Benzylpiperazine (Trifluoromethyl-Phenylpiperazine): Personal and social consequences

Last modified: Thursday, 25. December 2008 - 8:35 am

As with other mind-altering substances, use of BZP or TFMPP may give rise to hallucinations, anxiety, panic attacks, confusion, impaired judgment, or other psychological symptoms that may jeopardize work or school performance, relationships, or personal safety or that of others. Loss of control or inappropriate behavior may cause others to view the user as untrustworthy, immature, or even crazy. Physical side effects can have temporary or permanent health consequences. Addiction can cause the user to abandon life goals and incur debt, which may lead to loss of employment, theft, or other criminal activity.

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