Disco biscuits are also flat wide amphetamine
tablets that were often sold in the mid-90's at rave-like parties. They were sometimes passed off as ecstasy
, although they do not contain MDMA
. Once they became known and recognized in some circles, many dealers stopped selling them as fake X and started successfully billing them simply as disco biscuits. Usually, they were a cheaper alternative to X, and sought after when one couldn't find or afford X but wanted a similar experience.
Disco biscuits were supposedly comprised of equal parts heroine
, whereas the mixture of drugs in ecstasy is comparable to heroin and cocaine
. However, like all mixed street pills, disco biscuits were more often than not cut with a host of other nasty substances and their effects were hard to predict because of this.
From both talking to friends and from personal experience many years ago, I can tell you that no two biscuits ever produced the same effects as far as I could tell. Sometimes it felt more on the meth side, other times more on the heroin side. Sometimes the effects lasted for half a day, other times a mere half-hour. I haven't come across disco biscuits being sold (at least by that name) in years but I also haven't been to a rave in as long.
Since straight heroin by ingestion is extremely dangerous and meth is disgusting and evil
, I would advise you to stay away from these pills altogether. Keep in mind that this is coming from a 'responsible' drug user, with the assumption that we all know that drugs in general are risky in nature.