N-benzylpiperazine

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N-benzylpiperazine

(bĕn″zĭl-pĭ-pĕr′ŭ-zēn, zĭn, pĭp′er),

BZP

An amphetamine-like drug used illicitly for its euphoric effects. Originally marketed as an antiparasitic agent.
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Benzylpiperazine (BZP) - also known as Pep Love, Cosmic Kelly and The Good Stuff-comes in pill form, often imprinted with a housefly, heart or butterfly.
Package Name1 Supply of reagents and consumables to perform coagulation tests along with the lease of the analyzer;2 Delivery of one-cluster test and control solutions for the detection of drugs and medicines;3 Delivery Elisa tests for determining benzylpiperazine, THC, Opiates and Flunitrazepanu along with the lease microplate reader.
The case came after covert officers had followed her and her partner as they travelled to Merseyside to pick-up a batch of tablets containing benzylpiperazine (BZP).
25kg of cocaine, 12kg of amphetamine and 11,370 class C benzylpiperazine (BZP) tablets.
One kilogram of amphetamine with a street value pounds 3,000 was also seized along with 8,700 benzylpiperazine tablets with a street value of pounds 24,000 and pounds 2,400 worth of temazepam.
Luke Passey, of Beech Close, Tamworth, pleaded guilty at Warwick Crown Court to possessing Benzylpiperazine, but denied having the pills with intent to supply them.
He was caught with 77 benzylpiperazine tablets after he and his friends were spotted acting suspiciously by police monitoring the Perthshire festival.
On March 20, 2009 a revision of the Law on Combating Drug Addiction was adopted to include new types of recreational drugs (such as Benzylpiperazine, or BZP) to the list of prohibited substances.
A number of drugs, including benzylpiperazine (BZP), which produces similar effects to amphetamine were also found by the pathologist.
DRUGS worth pounds 1m on the street were seized by police in an operation Cocaine, cannabis, amphetamine and benzylpiperazine pills were recovered as eight men were jailed for a sophisticated criminal operation pumping drugs from Liverpool onto Newcastle's streets.
Andrew Jones, 33, of St Domingo Vale, Everton, charged with possession of Benzylpiperazine - pounds 60 fine.
In 2008, the ROK added benzylpiperazine to the list of narcotics and gamma butyrolactone (GBL) to the list of narcotic raw materials.