Buy Synthetic Cocaine Online
Traditionally sold in sex shops and herbal stores, synthetic drugs mimic the effects of prohibited substances like cocaine, marijuana, or amphetamines, with their chemical make-up continually tweaked to circumvent drug laws.
Despite being declared illegal last month, sales of synthetic stimulants, known collectively as ”bath salts”, are being made online as customers in Australia source supplies with a simple click of a mouse.
What Is Synthetic Cocaine?
It contains the active ingredient 3,4-methylenedioxypyrovalerone (MDPV), a synthetic cathinone derivative of the khat plant alkaloid.
This cathinone works as a central nervous system stimulant that gives feelings of euphoria and a rush of energy.
Human consumption of synthetic cocaine results in feelings similar to cocaine, meth, or MDMA. Many people feel empathy, alertness, and heightened senses when high on this drug.
Because fake cocaine is relatively new, there has not been extensive research on the drug.
However, there is adequate information about the addictive qualities of the drug, its effects, and the dangers of continuous abuse — which are similar to the risks of amphetamine and cocaine abuse.
Effects Of Synthetic Cocaine
When it is ingested by snorting or smoking, effects can be felt almost instantly.
Public health and law enforcement officials indicate that while injecting the drug is not common, some people have turned to this method.
The mental and physical effects of using synthetic cocaine will generally mimic that of other central nervous systems (CNS) stimulants.
Increased heart rate and blood pressure may lead to a heart attack or stroke. When the drug is taken in high doses or by somebody with preexisting medical conditions affecting the heart and pulmonary system, this risk is increased.
Physical Side Effects
When a person ingests synthetic cocaine, they may experience numerous physical effects beyond the anticipated feelings of euphoria.
Excessive stimulation of the CNS may cause:
- excessively rapid heart rate
- chest pain
- high blood pressure
- rhabdomyolysis (muscle tissue breakdown)
- kidney failure