Memory wiping ‘devil’s breath’ powder used to drug woman in ‘first European case’ | Metro News

The drug also affects free will.

A woman has become the first victim in Europe of memory wiping powder ‘devil’s breath’, according to reports.

The 36-year-old was rushed to hospital after allegedly being poisoned by her boyfriend in Mallorca, Spain, last month.

She was talking incoherently, feeling drowsy and suffering from a loss of memory after being slipped the powder, which is officially called burundanga.

The powder, which comes mainly from Colombia, is blown at the face of a victim or placed in food or drink.

It works within minutes and is known for being used in robberies and sexual assaults as it causes victims to become helpless.

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