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Also called:

  • A2

  • BZP

  • Benzylpiperazine

  • Blast

  • Bolts Extra Strength

  • Cosmic Kelly

  • Esp

  • Euphoria

  • Exodus

  • Fast Lane

  • Frenzy

  • Happy Pills

  • Legal E

  • Legal X

  • Nemesis

  • Party Pills

  • Pep

  • Pep Love

  • Pep Stoned

  • Pep Twisted

  • Rapture

  • Silver Bullet

  • Smileys

  • The Good Stuff

What does it look like?

Piperazines can come in various forms and shapes. Pills can be red, blue, pink, white, off-white, purple, orange, tan and mottled orange-brown. They can carry an impression such as a housefly, crown, heart, butterfly, smiley face, bull's head, autobot, bird flying, Mickey Mouse, five pointed star, Superman and a witch’s hat. Piperazines are also sold as an off-white powder, in capsules and as a liquid. The best known piperazines are BZP (benzylpiperazine), TFMPP, DBZP and mCPP.

Physical health risks

  • Users often suffer a hangover-like reaction that can last for up to 24 hours.

  • Agitation, vomiting, stomach pain, fits, irregular heart rhythms, diarrhoea, allergic reactions and fever have been reported.

  • As stimulant drugs, piperazines are particularly risky if taken by anyone suffering from high blood pressure or a heart condition. And you may not know that you have a pre-existing heart condition.

  • Perfectly healthy young people can have a fit or heart attack after taking stimulant drugs.

  • In rare cases, users may suffer from serotonin syndrome, which can cause high blood pressure and be fatal.

Can you get addicted?

Early studies suggest that you can become dependent. It is very similar to amphetamine use, i.e. taking speed.

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