Can you get high off air freshener
No. Air freshener does not contain any chemicals that you could get high off of. ChaCha with me again soon! ( Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/can-you-get-high-off-air-freshener )
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- How do you get high off air freshener?
- Yess, You can with air wick. I do it all the time, since I'm on probation and get drug tested every month randomly I do that. Since i can't get high or do any other stuff. It works. Trippy stuff thow.
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