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It's believed their drinks were spiked with the substance - but what exactly is Devil's Breath and what are the side effects? The drug is called scopolamine, but more commonly referred to as Devil's Breath, is made from the seeds of the borrachero tree. It is mainly produced in Colombia, where it is used to make victims carry out sexual assaults and robberies.
Devil's breath comes as a fine white powder which is blown into the victim's face or used to spike food and drinks, and renders people helpless within minutes. It then disappears from the bloodstream within around four hours, meaning it often becomes untraceable before a victim has had time to be tested. It has a reputation for turning people into zombies, wiping victims' memories and enforcing a lack of free will.
Victims have reported feeling drowsiness, clouded vision, incoherent speech and even frightening hallucinations.
After recovery, they claim to have no memory of what happened. Scopolamine, also known as Hyoscine, is used in very small doses to prevent nausea and vomiting caused by motion sickness or from anesthesia given during surgery. It's believed to work by blocking some of the nerve als sent from the vestibular system.
The drug, which is available over the counter from pharmacists, is also used to treat stomach or intestinal problems and muscle spasms. Attackers have reportedly used Devil's Breath as a date rape drug by blowing it into victims' faces through a straw. In some cases, the powder is used to carry out a vicious attack. The second — aged 20 and living in Spain — was attacked on waste ground last week in the nearby resort of Estepona.
She had gone for a drink with a Frenchman she met on Facebook and told her mum she remembered him emptying white powder into a beer she shared with him. Jump directly to the content. in. All Football.Dragon powder drug
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