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13.03.2006

Warning - fake ecstasy being seized in Upper Austria, close to Czech borders

Publisher: MUDr. Tomáš Zábranský Ph.D. | Last update: 13.03.2006

mCPP, sold as fake ecstasy, was seized close to Czech borders. mCPP after ingestion creates effects similar to ecstasy, but after few tens minutes, very unpleasant states arrive at the user. Moreover, when used with real ecstasy (MDMA) and some other substances, dramatic clonic spasms can apper at the user.

The unpleasant effects include headeaches, pains in kidneys, bad mood and dizziness. The  interaction with other substances might possibly be even more dangerous, since relevant research projects on this topics are still not finished.
This info has bein brought by Early Warning System, the joint project of European Monitoring Centre on Drugs and Drug Addiction, and the Europol

 


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