Flakka is a synthetic stimulant of the cathinone class that was developed in the 1960s. It at has been sold as a designer drug that is illegal in some countries and has been banned in several states. Flakka produces a feeling of euphoria, increased movement, enhanced alertness and wakefulness in its users. These effects are similar to those produced by cocaine or amphetamines. Flakka is a contributor to death by suicide or overdose.
I Have the Truth has posted a video of a girl who has taken Flakka. In the video, the young girl is writhing on the ground, wearing a yellow bikini, cursing and moaning as loudly as she can. She is oblivious to the world around her while under the effects of the drug. It really makes you wonder what enjoyment she is getting out of the drug. Watching the video will surely make you want to avoid the drug and its users.
I Have the Truth reports:
Flakka is made from a compound called alpha-PVP, a chemical cousin of cathinone, the amphetamine-like drug found in bath salts.
Like cathinone, alpha-PVP is a type of stimulant, colloquially called an “upper.”
Uppers are linked with feelings of euphoria, enhanced alertness and wakefulness, and increased movement – all symptoms that are similar to those experienced by people on other drugs like amphetamines or cocaine.