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West Nile Fever West Nile Fever is caused by West Nile virus, which was first isolated in Uganda in 1937. The disease was reported in North America in the summer of 1999.
Whizz Class B Drug (or Class A if prepared for injection). Reduces appetite and ability to sleep.
Some users may feel tense and anxious while using and afterwards many feel very tired and depressed. The drug can cause sudden death from heart attack or stroke.
Frequent high doses can cause panic, hallucination and weight loss. Heavy long-term use places strain on the heart and can cause mental illness. Amphetamines are addictive.

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