alpha pvp sale Alpha-PVP is an analogue of methylenedioxypyrovalerone (MDPV), a powerful stimulant with similar effects to methamphetamine. It has been sold as a designer drug, originally in the US, since the early 2000s. There has been very little research done on it. Its toxicity – and even exactly how it works – are not known with any certainty. The few studies that have been done, however, lend scientific weight to the frequent assertion alpha-PVP can really mess with your mind.
We don’t seem to need the rats. Weird stories abound in the media. In April this year, the Associated Press reported that a man who had taken alpha-PVP ran naked through a Florida neighbourhood, tried to have sex with a tree and told Police he was the mythical god Thor. Two others tried separately to break into jail because they thought people were chasing them. One wound up impaling himself through the buttocks on a fence.
“It actually starts to rewire the brain chemistry. They have no control over their thoughts. They can’t control their actions. It seems to be universal that they think someone is chasing them. It’s just a dangerous, dangerous drug,” Don Maines, a drug treatment counsellor in Fort Lauderdale, told Associated Press.
These are sensationalised stories that make excellent media fodder and likely reflect the bizarre behaviour associated with having taken high doses of alpha-PVP. Nevertheless, purely positive user experience reports are hard to come by, even with more moderate doses. Matters of Substance could find only one on the drug education and harm-reduction website Erowid, and that was by a user who insisted his drug use was extremely disciplined.