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Meow Meow addiction

Meow meow is a relatively "new" drug which was only classified as illegal in 2010 and is still quite freely available online as a plant fertiliser. It is a stimulant drug called 4‐Methylmethcathinone, part of a family of drugs related to amphetamines. It most often comes in a powder form for snorting or swallowing, and is also available as a pill or capsule. It is becoming popular with clubbers as the effects are a combination of those achieved from using speed, cocaine and ecstasy. Meow meow users normally feel alert, confident, energetic, euphoric and talkative. Effects last about an hour which means taking multiple doses is common. There are no currently known physical signs of addiction to meow meow but its use is quite compulsive and psychologically addictive. Repeated and long term use can cause fits, agitation, hallucinations, paranoia and even death.

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