One in every 45 (%) last-year users of BZP in New Zealand is classed as dependent upon it, although % of users said that "it would not be difficult to stop using legal party pills", and % of people who reported using both BZP and illegal drugs such as methamphetamine reported that they used BZP so that they did not have to use methamphetamine, which was perceived as more harmful.  Still, most of the people who use BZP, even though they say it is quite easy to stop, do not want to, and continue to use the drug, feeling that it helps them to reach higher levels of mood, sociability, and energy.  Studies undertaken on animals have indicated that BZP can substitute for methamphetamine in addicted rats, although it is one-tenth as potent and produces correspondingly weaker addictive effects. 
This is the second in a series that talks about what I believe are the first things a prepper should buy once they decide they want to start purchasing items for their preps. If you have not seen The First 5 Things A Prepper Should Buy Click here . This list is intended for people who are brand new and who are preparing for a wide range of realistic and highly probable threats (Regionalized disasters like hurricanes, forest fires, pandemics, etc). I believe that by preparing for those types of incidents you are spending your money wisely and also setting yourself up for success if a bigger nationwide disaster like an Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) was used against the USA as well. The list below does not take into account smaller items that many average households probably already have in them. It looks to highlight the bigger ticket items that most home probably do not have on hand. The list is also geared 80% towards bugging in and 20% towards bugging out. One last caveat is that this list is meant to spur thought and not be a literal guide. You must examine the list and decide what will work best for you in your specific situation. With that enjoy the video!