Buy MDPV, 3,4-methylenedioxypyrovalerone (“MDPK”, “Bath Salts”) Online
10 Grams = $150 USD
What is MDPV?
MDPV is 3,4-methylenedioxypyrovalerone (“MDPK”, “Bath Salts”). It is a pure white to light-brown hygroscopic, clumpy powder with a slight odor. It has been observed to rapidly degrade and change properties when exposed to air.
MDPV, or 3,4-Methylenedioxypyrovalerone, is a synthetic stimulant of the cathinone and pyrrolidine classes. MDPV is the 3,4-methylenedioxy ring-substituted analog of the compound a-PVP, developed in the 1960s, which has been used for the treatment of chronic fatigue and as an anorectic, but caused problems of abuse and dependence. However, despite some shared structural features, the effects of MDPV bear little resemblance to other methylenedioxy phenylalkylamine derivatives such as 3,4-methylenedioxy-N-methylamphetamine (MDMA), instead producing primarily classical stimulant effects with only mild entactogenic qualities
How is it Used?
MDPV is most often snorted. It can also be smoked or taken orally, rectally, or intravenously. It is reported to have a total duration of 2-3.5 hours, plateauing between 30-120 minutes.
What is the Dosage?
Typical doses are 2-5mg (low), 5-10mg (moderate), 10+ mg (high) It is active at 3–5 mg (half the size of a match head or less). This is nearly impossible to measure with the unaided eye.
What are the Effects
-MDPV is one of the main chemicals found in powders sold as “bath salts”. The full name of the drug is 3,4-Methylenedioxypyrovalerone. But there are, in fact, several dozen different chemicals that may be found labeled as bath salts. MDPV is just one.
-The duration appears to be very dose dependent. The effects of MDPV are usually compared to amphetamines or other stimulants (euphoria, mood lift, elevation in heart rate). After effects include elevated heart rate, elevated blood pressure, confusion, and stimulation (mental and physical) lasting from 6 to 8 hours, as well as mild depression due to dopamine depletion. Taken in larger doses or for longer stretches, MDPV seems to bring on powerful feelings of paranoia and depression.
These government agencies took this action because of these dangerous effects related to MDPV abuse:
-High blood pressure
-Child endangerment or murder
-Fatal traffic accidents
A substance sold as MPDV may contain a mixture of MDPV and other substances, mostly other synthetic and dangerous stimulants, or no MDPV at all. Some people may take an MDPV product (tablet or powder) and then follow it with another drug like Ecstasy (MDMA).
Snorting, injecting, and smoking has specific risks of HIV and Hep C transmission, so users shouldn’t share straws, needles, or pipes. Many users have reported obsessive redosing, and some didn’t remember that they had taken more. Let others know what you are doing and what your limits are, and watch out for each other. High doses and long binges have brought on mental health problems similar to amphetamine psychosis, but much earlier. Less Is More!
IS IT ADDICTIVE?
It is unknown if MDPV is addictive as of yet. It is unknown how or why it might be, but some studies have likened the process by which it reacts within the body to that of Cocaine.
The comedown can be harsh and many users report feeling depressed, paranoid, and anxious afterwards, sometimes for days.
Users have reported a compulsive desire to continuously re-dose, even following onset of the unpleasant side effects.