Pill Identifier Recognized 3 Most Bizarre Drugs

Pill Identifier Recognized 3 Most Bizarre Drugs

As fun as smoking marijuana, tripping on LSD or shooting up heroin may be for some, others always need more. These amateur highs are simply not enough so they scour the world over for the most bizarre drugs out there. You might think you know your way around these substances but there are quite a few weird ones out there. Thankfully, this pill identifier recognized three of them.

1: PILL IDENTIFIER CALLS ZOLPIDEM ONE OF THE MOST BIZARRE DRUGS

According to the pill identifier, Zolpidem is a sedative that treat’s insomnia. Compared to other drugs, it works rather quickly, usually within 15-minutes and has a short half-life of two to three hours. While it’s not very effective for sleep maintenance, it’s great at initiating sleep. For those that stay up to experience the hypnotic effects, they’ll feel something similar to that of benzos and the popular drug Ambien.

2: PILL IDENTIFIER CALLS THE HELLISH ONE OF THE MOST BIZARRE DRUGS

Pill identifier will call Scopolamine many things. Whether it’s the Hellish or Devils Breath, this drug is widely considered some of the scariest in the word. Scopolamine is the main ingredient of the popular Colombian rape drug that apparently turns it’s victims into zombies. Hence, their captors are able to do all sorts of dirty stuff to them during this state.

Deadly Drugs3: PILL IDENTIFIER CALLS DNP ONE OF THE MOST BIZARRE DRUGS

DNP was once used extensively in diet pills from 1933 and 1938. Since then, some dangerous effects have been related. Case reports show that a just small dose of 20-50 mg per kilogram of body weight for humans can be deadly. Hence, DNP discontinued by 1939 in the U.S. Yes, these drugs continue to be popular amongst bodybuilders and athletes in hope to rapidly lose body fat. Obviously, they have more brawn than brains.


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