Dear White Trash Junkie Crowd, Dear pathetic drug abusers, My fellow Americans! Those of you following RC SCENE on Twitter, which is and will always be first, because… it’s Twitter, might already have noticed and celebrated with 2mg of Eitzolam dissolved in a tiny bottle of strong liquor for which you paid as little as… Read More Happy Birthday! (Not If You Were The Last Junkie On Earth) — Opiates/Opioids Discussion
Sellkies Labs (US) and Chemical Collective (EU) plan to offer reagent testing kits for free. A reagent testing kit is a (mostly corrosive, take care) liquid that allows verification of compounds. You take a tiny bit of some powder, pour a drop of the liquid onto it, and wait for its color to change. There… Read More Ehrlich, Marquis, Mecke & Co: Reagent Testing Kits for Compound Identification. Drug Testing. (Preview)
2 weeks ago, we published a warning against ordering 2-Methyl-AP-237 from the vendor The Real RC in the news section. A young man had reported to have ordered that substance from there and that he, after taking two tiny amounts on two consecutive days, on the second day suddenly felt like dying, was hospitalized and… Read More Substance Warning: 2-Methyl-AP-237. Numerous intoxications and hospitalizations reported. #AVOID
Sketchy? Recently, Chemical Collective has been called sketchy here for even splitting orders shipped within the Netherlands, which – so I assumed – would indicate that there would be something wrong with the products he is selling, since research chemicals are perfectly legal in the NL. However, Chemical Collective stresses that it would indeed be… Read More Chemical-Collective.com (Trusted Shop Review)
Recently I stumbled accross a posting in a forum: Hepatotoxicity of Benocyclidine/ BTCP / N-[1-(2-benzo(b)thiophenyl)-cyclohexyl]piperidine. The text refers to a thread on Bluelight.org that describes a study from 1999 in which BTCP was found to be so toxic, that after two experiments with lab rats, who either or almost died, the experiment was stopped. Click… Read More Substance Warning: BTCP – Like cancer over the counter.
The Canadian clearnet vendor Syntharise.com is currently selling a dangerous blend of various Benzodiazepines mixed together labeled as 3-FPM. 3-FPM is a rather mildly stimulating Amphetamin of which you would take doses of maybe 40 mg. Benzodiazepines are not only a completely different substance class, they are also active in small doses of 2 –… Read More Warning: Syntahrise.com selling mislabeled / poisenous 3-FPM
Last updated: September 16, 2020 “Bath Salts”, “Plant Food”, or “Research Chemicals” are just marketing terms invented by a grey-area industry of manufacturers and sellers of synthetic designer drugs. CONTENTS Drugs have always been around Success with marketing lies 2020: Game over The Dutch NPS ban soon to come. NPS substance groups according to UNDOC… Read More Research Chemicals / New Psychoactive Substances explained. ++ Latest update: Behind the curtains: Have a look at labs manufacturing RCs.