It's already pretty hard to keep up with teens and their wild vodka eyeballing and buttchugging. But according to CBS News, there's yet another "growing" and "disturbing" trend gripping the nation's ne'er-do-well youths: they're getting high on flowers. All of them. OH THE MADNESS, WILL IT EVER STOP?

As per yesterday's "Seen at 11" report (as in, "Is your dinner killing you RIGHT NOW? Tune in at 11, after you've finished your delicious AND MAYBE LETHAL meatloaf casserole, to find out,") kids are dosing on Datura plants, common (and pretty!) flowers often found in backyard gardens. And this weed is pretty wacky: "It was just really, really intense, seeing people that weren’t there, talking to people that weren’t there," one anonymous user told the station. Another anonymous user reported, "It was horrible and it lasted two days. The after affects were terrible. We got blurry vision. We actually thought we were going blind."

It turns out Datura's a fairly well-known hallucinogen in the psychedelic drug scene: known to some as Jimson Weed or Moonflower, ingesting or smoking the flower can result in an intense, sometimes 30-plus-hour trip rife with vivid hallucinations and deliruim. And the drug can be pretty toxic, so if your experimental adolescent offspring have been spending a little too much time at the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, well, maybe show them a few of these Datura forums to turn them off. Of course, CBS' characterization of this teen flower-smoking fad seems just a tad hyperbolic, and most of the teens we know are too busy getting magnetic tongue-piercings to bother with this one anyway. That being said, we've been warned of the dangers of flower power before...