FURTHER UPDATE 1 May: We’ve now identified this as eutylone, a new cathinone. You can find harm reduction advice in our more detailed eutylone post. UPDATE Saturday 19.00: After more analysis we believe this is not n-ethylpentylone as previously stated. It appears to be an unknown cathinone that we’re calling “C86”. The harm reduction adviceContinue reading “ALERT: White powder in clear capsules containing unknown cathinone C86”
Remember when you were four and your Mum used to tell you not to put things up your nose? Turns out lots of kiwis didn’t listen.
Testing by KnowYourStuffNZ this summer has revealed that some festival goers have been sold deliberately deceptive mixtures of drugs.
A warning has been released by Canterbury DHB after 9 people presented at Christchurch hospital Saturday night. Unfortunately it appears that the DHB is speculating about what the people had taken in the absence of knowing for certain, and have released a vague warning about a ‘faulty batch’. There is no such thing as aContinue reading ““Faulty batch” warning not helpful”
Combining drugs is an expensive and often pointless way to risk your life. You can’t enjoy a festival if you are unconscious or have been rushed to hospital.