BURUNDANGA: What You Need to Know About It


What is Burundanga? An odd name to name a person like that if you ask me ;-) I wouldn't name someone like that unless I'm not sober ;-)

Well, it's been a while since I browse the net to update myself on what's goin' on. I want to write about almost anything when a Facebook post caught my attention. Burundanga! What the h*ll was that?

So I went to seek help, from the net of course, and Burundanga seems to be more serious than I thought! The worse thing is, a lot of bent-soul people are trying to use it for their evil (and when I say evil it is really evil) intent. Let's get to it shall we!

Burundanga is the street version of a pharmaceutical drug called Scopolamine. It's made from the extracts of plants in the nightshade family such as henbane and jimson weed. It's a deliriant, meaning it can induce symptoms of delirium such as disorientation, loss of memory, hallucinations, and stupor.

According to Wiki, Scopolamine or (USAN) and also known as levo-duboisine and hyoscine (rINN), is being sold as Scopoderm. It is a tropane alkaloid drug with muscarinic antagonist effects. It is among the secondary metabolites of plants from Solanaceae (nightshade) family of plants, such as henbane, jimson weed (Datura), angel's trumpets (Brugmansia), and corkwood (Duboisia). Scopolamine exerts its effects by acting as a competitive antagonist at muscarinic acetylcholine receptors, specifically M1 receptors; it is thus classified as an anticholinergic, antimuscarinic drug.

Scopolamine's anticholinergic properties give it some legitimate medical applications in very minute doses although it is a dangerous drug. As an example, in the treatment of motion sickness, the dose, gradually released from a transdermal patch, is only 330 micrograms (µg) per day. In rare cases, unusual reactions to ordinary doses of scopolamine have occurred, including confusion, agitation, rambling speech, hallucinations, paranoid behaviors, and delusions.

What really caught my attention are these stories that were really confirmed happened!

In Katy, Tx a man came over and offered his services as a painter to a female putting gas in her car and left his card. She said no , but accepted his card out of kindness and got in the car. The man then got into a car driven by another gentleman. As the lady left the service station and saw the men following her out of the station at the same time. Almost immediately, she started to feel dizzy and could not catch her breath. She tried to open the window and realized that the odor was on her hand; the same hand which accepted the card from the gentleman at the gas station.

She then noticed the men were immediately behind her and she felt she needed to do something at that moment. She drove into the first driveway and began to honk her horn to ask for help. The men drove away but the lady still felt pretty bad for several minutes after she could finally catch her breath. Apparently there was a substance on the card and could have seriously injured her. The drug is called 'BURUNDANGA' and it is used by people who wish to incapacitate a victim in order to steal or take advantage of them.

Four times greater than date rape drug and is transferable on simple cards. So take heed and make sure you don't accept cards at any given time alone or from someone on the streets. This applies to those making house calls and slipping you a card when they offer their services.

Another report of the incident goes like this!

Last Wednesday, Jaime Rodriguez's neighbor was at a gas station in Katy. A man came and offered his neighbor his services as a painter and gave her a card. She took the card and got in her car.

The man got into a car driven by another person. She left the station and noticed that the men were leaving the gas station at the same time. Almost immediately, she started to feel dizzy and could not catch her breath.

She tried to open the windows and in that moment she realized that there was a strong odor from the card. She also realized that the men were following her. The neighbor went to another neighbor's house and honked on her horn to ask for help. The men left, but the victim felt bad for several minutes.

Apparently there was a substance on the card, the substance was very strong and may have seriously injured her.

Jaime checked the Internet and there is a drug called "Burundanga" that is used by some people to incapacitate a victim in order to steal or take advantage of them. Please be careful and do not accept anything from unknown people on the street.

Apparently, the main target of the culprit are girls, well you'll never know. We just to be more aware, vigilant and alert to avoid and eventually eliminate these kinds of "modus"

Try to do something right and inform your loved ones about this!

Cheerio!

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