Phenacetin is an active substance from the group of analgesics with analgesic and antipyretic effects. A large proportion of the active substance is converted into paracetamol in the body. Due to its toxicity to the kidneys and the risk of carcinogenesis in the urinary tract, phenacetin is no longer on the market.
Forms of appearance:
Powder or tablets.
Phenacetin can cause excitement and euphoria in high doses.
Because of its carcinogenic and especially kidney-damaging effects, phenacetin has not been on the market since 1986. Side effects: Skin diseases, blood count disorders, methaemoglobinaemia, haemolytic anaemia, kidney damage, renal insufficiency, headaches especially when taken for a long time.
If possible, always have your cocaine chemically analysed.
Refrain from mixed consumption. As unknown and unpleasant interactions can occur.
Phenacetin has a carcinogenic and kidney-damaging effect.
Take regular breaks from cocaine use. Also to minimise the risks of phenacetin.