Methiopropamine

Methiopropamine

Stimulant

Banned in 2015 (TCDO) Click here for report

Banned in 2017 (Class B drug) Click here for report

What is Methiopropamine?
Methiopropamine (MPA) is a stimulant drug first synthesized in 1942 and is chemically related to the class A drug methamphetamine (crystal meth). This drug was placed on a temporary class drug order in november 2015, and then made a class B drug in 2017.

What are the desired effects of Methiopropamine?
Confidence, sense of well being, euphoria, sexual arousal.

What are the undesired effects of Methiopropamine?
Risky behaviour, jaw clenching, mood swings, anxiety, nausea, depression.

How can I reduce the harm that Methiopropamine may cause?
When taking stimulant drugs it is important to stay hydrated, take small sips of water regularly, you should replace all the water that leaves your body, through urination, and sweating.

visit our harm reduction page for more ways to reduce harm

Anything else I should know?
Risk of overdose: Medium

Risk of becoming addicted (psychologically): High

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