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What you Need to Know
- Try a test dose (a small dab with your pinky)
- Wait two hours before re-dosing to ensure there are no bad effects
- Control doses by measuring amounts. Use accurate scales, do not judge by eye!
- Users report a strong urge to re-dose but negative effects tend to increase with higher dosages, so take care and go slow!
- Users report long after effects (nausea, dizziness, headache, lack of energy) of up to 18 hours. Think about what you may have to do in the period following use
- Avoid mixing with other drugs especially alcohol or other stimulants which could put more strain on your body
- Injecting is the most risky way to use this substance and increases the risk of overdose as well as getting HIV or Hep C. If you choose to inject, use your own needles and do not share equipment.
As of 27 November 2015 methiopropamine was placed under a Temporay Class Drug Order. New drugs that cause concern can now be subject to a Temporary Class Drug Order for a period of 12 months, before they are made illegal and classified under the Misuse of Drugs Act.
Temporary Class Drug Orders focus on supply and anyone caught will be subject to penalties of up to 14 years in prison and an unlimited fine.
You can read more about Temporary Class Drug Orders here: http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2015/1027/contents/made
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