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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. BTCP… 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.