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**WARNING** 164mg Blue Supermans

High and variable dose MDMA (ecstasy) tablets - blue superman round

High dose MDMA tablets have been found at a NSW music festival in December 2021, average dose of 164mgKnow the risksYou are at increased risk of harm if you:take multiple MDMA (ecstasy) tablets or capsulestake a high-dose MDMA (ecstasy) tablet or capsuleuse other stimulant drugs (e.g. methamphetamine, cocaine or caffeine) at the same timeuse alcohol, certain medicines or illicit drugs at the same timeHot and humid weather will also increase the risk, as MDMA causes the body to dangerously overheat.MDMA (ecstasy) is often poorly manufactured and the amount of MDMA in a tablet or capsule can vary a lot, even within the same batch.The time from taking the drug to feeling any effect can vary significantly depending on the drug as well as the individual person.MDMA (ecstasy) has been linked to death, serious harm and life-long complications. Effects to look out forFeeling really hot, light headedness, rigid muscles, confusion or agitation, racing pulse/heart, feeling aggressive, uncontrolled repetitive movements, vomiting, seizures, difficult to rouse / unconscious.Getting helpSeek help immediately from your nearest emergency department or call Triple Zero (000).Start CPR if someone is not breathing.Support and advice

For free and confidential advice:

Call Alcohol and Drug Information Service (ADIS) on 1800 250 015 at any time 24/7. Start a Web Chat with an ADIS counsellor Mon-Fri, 8.30am-5pm.Call NUAA on 1800 644 413 (Mon-Fri 9am-5pm) to speak to a peer or visit NUAA for a range of resources.Call the NSW Poisons Information Centre on 13 11 26 for information on adverse effects from drugs.Visit Your Room for fact sheets and other resources.Take Home Naloxone ProgramIt is becoming more common for substances to be contaminated with opioids. Signs include loss of consciousness, slow/difficult breathing, skin turning blue. Anyone who uses drugs can get naloxone, which reverses opioid overdose.Naloxone is free, for participating locations and more information: https://yourroom.health.nsw.gov.au/getting-help/Pages/Naloxone.aspx.

Call '000' even if naloxone has been administered.

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  • December 29, 2021

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  • Posted by simplex
  • February 25, 2020

PILL WARNING NSW, AUS DECEMBER 2019

Drug warning - Variable dose and high dose MDMA tablets/capsules

Consumption of high doses of MDMA (ecstasy) has been linked to cases of serious illness and death in New South Wales (NSW). These illnesses and deaths were a result of MDMA toxicity itself, not as a result of contaminated or fake MDMA tablets or capsules.

While consumption of one MDMA tablet/capsule alone can kill, the risk of toxicity is greatly increased if multiple MDMA tablets or capsules are consumed over a short period, or if MDMA is consumed in combination with other stimulant substances (such as methamphetamine or cocaine).

The dose of MDMA tablets and capsules recently circulating in NSW varied by up to 10 fold.  Higher dose MDMA tablets have also been recently identified in NSW.

The average dose in some of these tablets is two to three times the dose commonly found in MDMA tablets and capsules circulating in NSW.

Consumption of MDMA may result in extremely unpleasant adverse effects, serious illness or death.

The higher dose tablets were yellowish green “SpongeBob” rectangular shaped tablets, and blue triangular/shield shaped tablets, stamped with a “TESLA” logo.



Avoid consumption of these tablets.

Adverse effects may include severe agitation and paranoia, raised body temperature, seizures (fits), heart rhythm problems and death.

Seek help immediately if you, or someone you know, has consumed MDMA tablets and experiences adverse effects.

Seek help from your nearest emergency department, call Triple Zero (000) for emergency assistance, or phone the NSW Poisons Information Centre (13 11 26).

Of 52 MDMA seized samples analysed, dose per capsule/tablet ranged from approximately 20mg to 200mg.The average dose of MDMA in the yellow/green “SpongeBob” tablets analysed was approximately 200mg, and the average dose in the blue “TESLA” tablets analysed was approximately 130mg.MDMA is likely to be incompletely mixed and inconsistently distributed through these tablets. Absorption and time to peak effect may also be highly variable

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  • Posted by andyturbro
  • December 13, 2019

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