buy BZP (BENZYLPIPERAZINE) POWDER online
BZP is a piperazine derivative which comes as either the hydrochloride salt or a free base. The hydrochloride salt is a white solid while the base form is a slightly yellowish-green liquid. BZP base is corrosive and causes burns. In countries where its purchase is legal, BZP products are often produced in small specialist laboratories.
BZP (BENZYLPIPERAZINE) POWDER is often marketed ostensibly as a “dietary supplement” to avoid meeting stricter laws that apply to medicines and drugs, despite the fact that BZP has no dietary value.
What is BZP?
BZP is a common name for the synthetic drug N-benzylpiperazine, a stimulant that produces euphoria and cardiovascular effects and is approximately 10 to 20 times less potent than amphetamine in producing these effects.
What does BZP look like?
BZP typically is available as a powder, which may be packaged in small glass or plastic vials or in small plastic resealable bags.gos. BZP is occasionally available in capsules.
Effects of BZP
In low doses, the effects of BZP (BENZYLPIPERAZINE) POWDER are stimulating, similar to amphetamines. Higher doses can result in hallucinogenic effects, including delusions and hallucinations.
These compounds can cause harmful effects when taken recreationally. Commonly-reported features include palpitations, agitation, anxiety, confusion, dizziness, headache, tremor, mydriasis (dilated pupils), insomnia, urinary symptoms, and vomiting. if this happens, it’s extremely important to get immediate treatment to terminate seizures, which can be life threatening. When used in combination with other substances, deaths have been reported. Taking an intoxicated person to the emergency room for treatment will usually result in a good recovery.How is BZP used?
Who abuses BZP?
The drug also can be snorted or smoked, but these methods of administration are less common. Common oral dosages of BZP range from 20 to 200 milligrams. The effects of BZP generally last from 6 to 8 hours.
What are the risks?
The risks associated with BZP (BENZYLPIPERAZINE) POWDER abuse are similar to those associated with amphetamine abuse. Stimulants, including BZP and amphetamine, decrease appetite, dilate pupils, and increase blood pressure and heart and respiration rates. Other effects include anxiety, blurred vision, dizziness, and insomnia. Chronic abuse of stimulants can cause irregular heartbeat and can lead to delusions, hallucinations, and paranoia.
Compounding these risks is the uncertainty of the BZP dosage in a particular tablet, capsule, or quantity of powder–high dosages can cause overdoses. Further, BZP tablets often contain additional substances. Laboratory testing of some tablets that contained BZP showed that the tablets also contained TFMPP, cocaine, and dextromethorphan (DXM).