Phenazepam, Used Indiscriminately by Drug Users

by Savitha C Muppala on  July 9, 2011 at 8:00 AM Alcohol & Drug Abuse News
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Following the ban on the drug, meow meow, also called M-Cat or mephedrone, drug users have latched on to the epilepsy pill, phenazepam, which is easily available on the internet, to experience a similar feeling like the banned drug. 
 Phenazepam, Used Indiscriminately by Drug Users
Phenazepam, Used Indiscriminately by Drug Users

Phenazepam, is usually prescribed to reduce the symptoms of epilepsy and anxiety. This drug, currently facing a ban in Britain can be legally obtained online under the name Bonsai Supersleep 

A warning has been issued by Britain's well-known toxicologists after Phenazepam was found in the blood of nine people who died in Scotland due to drug overdose.   

Dr Peter Maskell, of the University of Dundee, cautioned, "Phenazepam use in the UK is on the rise. It can be obtained legally on the internet and is being used as a replacement for other drugs. Doctors should be aware of both the availability and use of phenazepam in the UK." 

  

 



Source: Medindia

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