Mech has been hailed by the medical professionals as the most dangerous drug on the planet. The first reported case was in New York City three months ago. Since then there have been nineteen other cases across the United States, seven of which ended in fatalities. The drug is just beginning to surface and it is our mission to educate people on the dangers before it's too late.
Last updated - May 27, 2014
Information on the drug is scarce, we will update the site as new details emerge. The origins and manufacture process are currently unknown, it is baffling scientists worldwide.
what we know:
Addiction. Mech is taken by intravenous injection. Immediately after intravenous injection, the mech user experiences an intense sensation, called a “rush” or “flash,” that lasts hours and is described as extremely pleasurable. Users may become addicted quickly, and use it with increasing frequency and in increasing doses.
Short-term effects. The central nervous system (CNS) actions that result from taking even small amounts of mech include increased wakefulness, increased physical activity, decreased appetite, increased respiration, hyperthermia, and euphoria. Other CNS effects include irritability, insomnia, confusion, tremors, convulsions, anxiety, paranoia, and aggressiveness. Hyperthermia and convulsions can result in death.
Long-term effects. Mech causes increased heart rate and blood pressure and can cause irreversible damage to blood vessels in the brain, producing strokes. Scabby lesions have developed on users after only a few uses. Other effects of mech include increased lung capacity, irregular heartbeat, and extreme muscle growth. Its use can result in cardiovascular collapse and death.
The life expectancy of a Mech user is less than one month. Even one use can be fatal.
Reported effects of the drug:
heightened senses, smell, touch
substantial increase in strength and muscle mass
increased sexual arousal
described by users as "steroids meets ecstacy"
Signs of a mech user:
sudden anti-social and erratic behavior
infatuation with kinesthetic touch
Facts and side effects:
more addictive than heroin
development of large scabby lesions
If you suspect someone you know is using mech, contact us immediately.