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A Closer Look At 3-meo-pcp

3-meo-pcp is an aesthetic drug that is sold online with very positive results. It acts as a stimulant and has strong dissociative effects.

DOSAGE OF 3-MEO-PCP
- It is hard to measure the exact quantity to take since 3-meo-pcp is active in a single milligram range .
- The drug is taken orally and dosage is as follows : 1.5 to 3 mg – Threshold, 3 to 5 mg – Light, 5 to 10 mg – Common ,10 to 15 mg- Strong and 15 to 18 mg – heavy .
- For insufflated , dosage is as follows : 1 to 2 mg – Threshold , 2 to 5 mg – Light, 5 to 8 mg – Common, 8 to 12 mg – Strong and 12 to 15 mg – Heavy.

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Published Research on Diclazepam

is classified as a benzodiazepine as well as an analog of diazepam. The IUPAC name for Diclazepam is 2-chlorodiazepam with a systematic name of 7-Chloro-5-(2-chlorophenyl)-1-methyl-1,3-dihydro-2H-1,4-benzodiazepin-2-one. The chemical formula for Diclazepam is C16H12Cl2N2O with an average weight of 319.185303 and a molecular weight of 318.032654.

US Environmental Protection Agency’s EPISuite, ACD/Labs’, and ChemAxon have published their findings on Diclazepam for scientific research purposes. ACD/Labs published such information as a 524.6±50.0 °C boiling point at 760 mmHg, a 271.1±30.1 °C flash point, 1.647 index of refraction with a 47.5±7.0 dyne/cm surface tension, 3 Hydrogen bond acceptors, and 1 freely rotating bonds.

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Phenazepam Uses and Effects to the Body

Phenazepam is a long acting, very potent and powerful benzodiazepine which is a category of drugs which are referred to as minor tranquillizers since they are able to relieve anxiety and tension helping the user to feel relaxed and calm.

Uses of Phenazepam

Phenazepam is not used in UK. But in Russia and other ex-Soviet states, it is available in prescription where it is used to treat certain neurological disorders such as insomnia, epilepsy and acute alcohol withdrawal.

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Mephedrone: Information for Young People, Parents, Carers and Professionals

Mephedrone, also known as methadrone, meow, meow or M-CAT, Mephedrone is becoming increasingly popular among young people. It is usually found in powder form and snorted, although also comes in capsules, and can be bought on the internet where it is sold as ‘plant feeder’. Effects are said to be like MDMA (ecstasy). It may produce euphoria, alertness and talkativeness but also paranoid and anxiety states in some. The risk of over stimulating the heart and the nervous system is high, as are chances of seizures. There have been a number of deaths linked to mephedrone and there is growing government concern regarding its use. Mephedrone’s legal status is currently being reviewed and a report by the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs is due imminently. It has been made illegal in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Israel due to growing evidence of harms and links to a number of deaths in humans.

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The Effects and Dangers of JWH

JWH also known as a  synthetic cannabinoid’, is an emergent drug widely considered the soon to replace the popular Marijuana. In fact, many of herbal smoke integrate the JWH 210 to form the ingredients with Marijuana to provide high and better experience. Nonetheless, the effect with the use of JWH varies from one person to another. Normally, beginner smokers may experience high experience with little doses as compared to senior smokers. Besides, some of the users may or may fail to show similar symptoms and signs. However, all may end up experiencing similar JWH effects in general. Continue reading