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Three piperazines have been circulating in recent years: BZP (Benzylpiperazine), TFMPP (Trifluoromethylphenylpiperazine) and mCPP (meta-Chlorophenylpiperazine). Note that TFMPP is almost always mixed with BZP, as it enhances its effects.
Effects of BZP and TFMPP
Enhanced perception of colors and sounds, which seem more enveloping
Enhanced sense of touch
Facilitated communication and sociability
Increased intellectual activity
Effects of mCPP
Enhanced perception of color intensity, which appear much more intense than usual
Enhanced perception of sounds
Uncontrollable laughter and euphoria (less intense than with ecstasy)
It is also
nausea and vomiting;
sudden temperature variations (sensations of intense heat followed by sensations of cold);
mucosal dryness, especially mouth dryness;
alteration of taste, pasty tongue;
stomach upset, diarrhea
shivers, jaw clenching
increased heart rate
sense of tightness in the chest (feeling of respiratory discomfort or blockage)
temporary blocking of urination
prolonged “hangover” (for several days)
If ingested, the effects appear after 30 minutes to 2 hours. If snorted or injected, the effects appear in a few minutes. They usually last between 5 and 8 hours, but some users have reported much longer effects.
No dependence has been proven with the use of piperazines. The use of these substances seems to remain mainly at the experimental stage. Some frequent and very unpleasant side effects may explain why it is difficult to become a frequent use.
In the absence of data about the risks of piperazines use during pregnancy, it is strongly discouraged to use them during pregnancy.
Do not consume in a place with strong sensory stimuli (flashing lights, loud noise, agitation), or consume in the vicinity of a quiet and secure place, where the user can rest. The hypersensitization of the senses caused by piperazines for several hours can become very aggressive and unsettling;
Be careful with the doses you take. The first time, it is recommended to take a small dose only and wait for the effects. It may take time for them to kick in, and they are long-lasting, sometimes almost unbearable
Do drugs only if you feel good and you have nothing to do for at least the next 24 hours;
Do not consume if you are prone to epilepsy or kidney failure
Avoid mixing with other drugs
The duration of effects combined with certain side effects and hypersensitization of certain senses (touch, sight, hearing) can trigger a panic attack in the user. The occurring of such a “bad trip” can lead to possible psychological complications that may require psychiatric treatment. There are no known deaths from any of these substances.