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The Dangerous Drugs Board in 2009 included BZP in the list of dangerous drugs, describing it as an 'orange...
Tattoo artist David Pepper, 47, thought he had taken amphetamines over a fourday period in January but it was BZP, which can cause heart attacks and fits.
Tattoo artist David Pepper, 47, thought he had taken amphetamines over a four-day period in January but it was actually BZP, which can cause heart attacks and fits.
The websites also sold "party pills", containing BZP, a legal drug but one for which sellers need a certificate, which neither of the brothers had.
His plea was accepted by prosecutor Iain Willis who said BZP had become known as a "legal high" - but became classified as a class C controlled drug in December 2009.
BZP was a popular replacement for ecstasy along with other substances such as mephe-drone, which was banned by Health Minister Mary Harney earlier this month.
"People who take ecstasy and BZP must realise that they can die from it.
BZP (Benzylpiperazine) is used to worm animals and as a fertiliser but has become popular for recreational use as it can have a similar effect to amphetamine.
Expert Advisory Committee on Drugs (2004) The Expert Advisory Committee on Drugs (EACD) Advice to the Minister on: Benzylpiperazibe (BZP), Expert Advisory Committee on Drugs, Wellington.
BZP - also known as Pep Love, Cosmic Kelly and The Good Stuff - was declared dangerous and illegal by the UK medicines regulator.
The main ingredient in most party pills in New Zealand is BZP. It is sometimes mixed with a related compound, trifluormethylphenylpiperazine (TFMPP).
The biologic zero point (BZP) of hybrid Pacific abalone Haliotis discus hannai (China) and Haliotis discus discus (Japan) at temperatures of 16[degrees]C, 20[degrees]C, and 22[degrees]C was calculated from the developmental hatching rate, formation of larval retractor muscle, 90 degree torsion and formation of epipodial tentacles.
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