Death, but in this case, I think it sounds better if it's written suicide instead of death (such a morbid comment). Just my opinion, that said.
Ehh. This sort of thing doesn't go over too well these days.
Author, so you know, the "it makes you crazy until dead" approach isn't particularly interesting on its own anymore, given how many times SCPs with that effect have been written. Take a look at the articles tagged with "compulsion". Furthermore, the SCP's effect forcing someone to do something tends to be a bit of a lame narrative, since things are more interesting if there's a struggle involved, and/or if the people instead do terrible things of their own volition. Consider reading through the further discussion on the narrative issues of compulsion and addiction effects.
Also, right now, you have an object with a clearly defined activation and function, with no context or backstory, essentially a generic magic object. This kind of thing isn't really up to current site expectations for successful articles.
Edit: Also, two things:
- Only use "it's" when you can replace it with "it is". So "its containment" NOT "it's containment"
- Generally, the number (#) numeration is generally used for extreme precision measurements that can be fatal if misinterpreted, like drug prescriptions. You don't need to do that here when you're just counting a dozen roses.