Tianeptine is an antidepressant being sold in gas stations and convenience stores in New Jersey. It is not FDA approved or regulated for use in the United States. Also known as “ZaZa,” “Neptune’s Fix,” and “Pegasus Silver,” tianeptine is being inaccurately marketed as a safer alternative to opioids and a dietary supplement to treat a variety of health ailments. The New Jersey Poison Control Center has recently identified a cluster of tianeptine poisonings. Tianeptine exposure can cause life-threatening symptoms, including seizures, coma, and death.