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Benzylpiperazine (BZP) is a piperazine and a CNS stimulant. It is one of the more commonly used piperazines, providing stimulant effects which people describe as a noticeably different than those of amphetamines. It is not particularly popular because many people find that it has more side effects than amphetamines.
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BZP is used orally at doses of between 70-150 mg. Effects last 6-8 hours.
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BZP was placed in Schedule I by emergency order of the DEA on September 20, 2002. This makes it illegal to buy, sell, or possess in the United States without a DEA license.
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The Substance:
BZP; A2.
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