Health Alert: Tianeptine or “Gas Station Heroin”

The New Jersey Poison Center (NJPIES) has recently identified a cluster of poisoning cases
involving tianeptine, a substance with opioid-like effects that is being falsely marketed and sold
across the state in gas stations and online as a dietary supplement. Common names for
tianeptine include “gas station heroin,” “ZaZa Red,” or “Neptune’s Elixir” (among others).
Tianeptine use can lead to serious health complications and even death.

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