In answer to the orginal question, in New Zealand the law requires that products containing BZP must be labeled acordingly. However most NZ manufacturers now only label the BZP content, and leave out the other ingredients, such as TFMPP, MCPP and other piperazines
. Others list something along the lines of "200mg BZP, 270mg propietry blend of piperazines and amino acids."
The Methyl BZP is probobly a way of getting around the maximum of 200mg BZP per pill regulation(which is yet to become law).
Keep in mind that many companies chance / elvolve the formulas of their products. Jax for example has changed more than once.
The Fast and Furious product is a good meth
alternative in Swims opinion.
told me XXX is both speedier and trippier than MDMA
. It is also rougher and less empathogenic, but it is an advancement on Jax etc for an atempt at making an MDMA replica.
Whether or not we agree with the ethics of London Underground, theres no disputing they manufacture the most cutting edge products of the genre. They are lightyears ahead of Peps, Funk Pills etc in attempting to produce a legal alternative to the common illegal drugs
of choice (Meth, MDMA, Weed