Ethyl-hexedrone

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Ethyl-hexadron is a stimulant compound which is a derivative of cathinone group of chemicals and was developed early in 2011 and it is the result of a great work elucidating the quantitative structure-activity relationship of the scaffold. The team looked for the key moieties wich acts as NDRI <> with higher selectivity for dopamine transporter rather than norepinephrine transporter. It is also possible for rhis chemical to have low affinity to serotonin transporter, but for amounts needed to succesful research this effect can be skipped. Another function of Ethyl-Hexedrone is that it functions as a local anaesthetic with effectivnes similar to Pentedrone and a-PVP. Continue reading

Nitracaine

NitracaineNitracaine is also known as 4-nitrodimethocaine. It has a systematic IUPAC name, that is 3-(diethylamino)-2,2-dimethylpropyl 4-nitrobenzoate. The molecular formula is C16H24N204, while the molecular mass is 308,37 g\mol. This substance is an analog of dimethocaine, which has been sold since 2013.

Research chemicals of Nitracaine found out, that this substance is similar in its structure to dimethocaine, but the only difference in the presence of a nitro group instead of amine group. It is also possible, that this substance is the chemical precursor to dimethocaine.

You can buy this substance as off-white colored crystal, which indicates that this substance contains nitracaine in its hydrochloride salt form. It is also known as nitracaine freebase. There is a dophamine reuptake inhibition and also sodium channel blocking properties we expect to find out in this substance. Continue reading

Research chemicals style

There are chemicals that are designed specifically for laboratory research purposes and these are known as research chemicals. Two types of research chemicals are: First, pharmacological research chemicals. This is used in pharmacotherapy development. Second are the agricultural research chemicals. These aims in determining substances that is to be used for commercial products.

 

research-chemicalsResearch chemicals refer to the psychoactive drugs that intend medical and scientific researches requirements. Though these are used for further developments, it has clinical characteristics that make it fall under the legal grey area of law considering that it is unsafe to consume.

 

Research chemicals is said to be dangerous most likely if improper dosages is applied. Moreover, some research chemicals being sold in the market are even unresearched in general. This is the common reason why some cases have stated that these kinds of chemicals caused death to some people. Research chemicals falls under several classes and these classes represents how dangerous the chemical can be. There is the Class A, Class B, and Class C. The classes are determined by the law under different states.

 

Research chemicals are commonly sold in the online market since it is one way to disseminate the products with ease. However, not all vendors might give you the real research chemical drugs. There is other who is scammers. They do market research chemicals drugs even if they are not real research chemicals because they know how the market reacts into it. They just wanted to earn profit that is why they are selling such. If you want to buy one, you must be certain that your supplier is real because this might also be the reason why most research chemicals fails its purpose.

 

Currently, research chemicals are banned in some places but there are also some who still conducts studies regarding this drug.

Phenazepam

PhenazepamPhenazepam is a drug associated with benzodiazepine. The drug itself was conceived in the Soviet Union in the year 1974 and is still manufactured today in modern-day Russia, though some CIS states also fabricate phenazepam. It has the potential to be used as a premedication in surgical instances because it can actually complement the effects of anesthetics. Other effects such as the reduction of anxiety have also been observed in phenazepam. Phenazepam is used primarily to treat neurological disorders both commonplace and rare to medicine. Patients suffering from alcohol withdrawal, epilepsy and insomnia are often prescribed phenazepam.

 

Like most drugs with anxiety reducing effects, phenazepam has gained popularity among young people as a recreational drug. This is particularly dangerous to youths as the drug is considered to be roughly ten times more potent than diazepam. The drug has reportedly been used illegally in the UK, the US, and the outlying countries of Finland and Sweden. The drug has several known side effects, some of the more minor being loss of coordination and anterograde amnesia. The severe side effects associated with misusing phenazepam include insomnia, convulsions, seizures, anxiety and death.

 

Many individual U.S. states ban the drugs as soon as they are discovered, adding them to the long list of substances to control. For instance, Louisiana classified phenazepam as a controlled and dangerous substance and is treating all byproducts associated with the drug accordingly (including certain air fresheners and other similar merchandise). The justification behind this ban was that putting phenazepam in a human-use oriented product contradicts the description of the drug as being “not for human use”

 

Surprisingly, United States federal law, phenazepam is actually not considered a controlled substance. Despite this, sale for human use is currently illegal, so it is natural to expect that the drug would be difficult to procure. That, strangely, is not the case, because people still manage to purchase the drug over-the-counter.   This is spurred by something of a legal loophole as the drug is marked with a disclaimer that reads: “Not for human use” Because of this, the FDA is not required to approve the drug.

 

All of these factors contribute to the suspicion that the drug is becoming highly popular in certain areas, and has a large consumer-base of misusers. After all, why would an air freshener need to emit a neurological medication?