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Re: The chocolate Amphetamine?? makaveli

Posted by Ame Sans Vie on August 5, 2003, at 11:44:42

In reply to The chocolate Amphetamine??, posted by makaveli on August 5, 2003, at 2:30:29

Chemical Name: beta-phenethylamine
Common Name(s): Phenethylamine, PEA
Facts: Not controlled or regulated in the U.S.; precursor to all the phenethylamines; is usually low in the urine of depressives, and high in the urine of paranoid schizophrenics; though a stimulant, because of its rapid metabolism it has no effect in man

All the amphetamines and substituted amphetamines are part of a class known as a whole as the phenethylamines. Some stimulants from this class include:

Chemical name: 4-methylthioamphetamine
Common Name(s): 4-MTA, Flatliner, Goldeneagle Facts: A research chemical--not controlled or regulated in the U.S. (yet); mild stimulation (less than amphetamines or MDMA) lasting about 12 hours; potent serotonin releaser

Chemical Name: N-benzyl-N,alpha-dimethylbenzeneethanamine
Common Name(s): Benzphetamine, Benzfetamine, Didrex
Facts: Schedule III controlled substance in the U.S.; prescribed for weight loss

Chemical Name: 2-aminopropiophenone
Common Name(s): Cathinone, Kat, Jeff, Mulka, Ephedrone
Facts: Schedule I controlled substance in the U.S.; often sold falsely as methamphetamine due to being extremely easy to manufacture, even for "kitchen" chemists

Chemical Name: ()-alpha-methylphenethylamine Common Name(s): Amphetamine, Phenedrine, Psychedrine, Actodron, Allodene, Adipan, Sympatedrine, Isomyn, Isoamyne, Mecodrin, Norephedrane, Novydrine, Elastonon, Ortedrine, Profamina, Propisaine, Sympamine, Simpatedrin
Facts: Schedule II controlled substance in the U.S.; occasionally prescribed for ADHD, narcolepsy, and obesity, though other amphetamines, methylphenidate, and Strattera have largely replaced its use due to undesirable peripheral side effects

Chemical Name: alpha-1-Methylaminoethylbenzene-methanol
Common Name(s): Ephedrine, MiniThins
Facts: List I regulated chemical in the U.S.; contributes to a substantial number of deaths each year and/or health problems; commonly employed as a caffeine or amphetamine substituted by addicts; added to OTC diet products due to its appetite-suppressant qualities

Chemical Name: (-)-alpha-methylphenethylamine
Common Name(s): l-Amphetamine
Facts: Schedule II controlled substance in the U.S.; not considered by recreational users to be as "fun" as the other common amphetamines

Chemical Name: (+)-alpha-methylphenethylamine
Common Name(s): Dextroamphetamine, d-Amphetamine, Dexedrine, DextroStat, Dex, Dexie
Facts: Schedule II controlled substance in the U.S.; commonly prescribed for ADD/ADHD and narcolepsy; considered by recreational users to be more "fun" than l-amphetamine; effects last about 6 hours

Chemical Name: trifluoromethylphenethylamine.
Common Name(s): Fenfluramine, Pondimin {the "Fen" in Phen-Fen)
Facts: Schedule IV controlled substance in the U.S.; part of the weight loss prescription "Phen-Fen"; removed from the market after cases of heart trouble resulting from use of the drug arose

Chemical Name: 3,4-methylenedioxy-1-propenylbenzene
Common Name(s): Isosafrole
Facts: List I regulated chemical in the U.S.; precursor to MDMA

Chemical Name: N-methylamphetamine
Common Name(s): Methamphetamine, Desoxyn, Meth, Crystal Meth, Ice
Facts: Schedule II controlled substance in the U.S.; occasionally prescribed for ADD/ADHD and narcolepsy; duration of action about twice as long as other amphetamines; unlike other common amphetamines, causes significant serotonin release

Chemical Name: 2-methylaminopropiophenone
Common Name(s): Methcathinone, Kat, Jeff, Mulka, Ephedrone
Facts: Schedule I controlled substance in the U.S.; often sold falsely as methamphetamine

Chemical Name: alpha-phenyl-2-piperidineacetic acid methyl ester
Common Name(s): Methylphenidate, Ritalin, Ritalin SR, Concerta, Metadate
Facts: Schedule II controlled substance in the U.S.; often prescribed for ADD/ADHD and narcolepsy, occasionally for obesity and depression (especially in the elderly); causes more peripheral side effects than amphetamines

Chemical Name: alpha-amino-beta-phenylpropionic acid
Common Name(s): Phenylalanine
Facts: Not controlled or regulated in the U.S.; amino acid important for the production of certain brain neurotransmitters (e.g. dopamine, norepinephrine); a mild stimulant

Chemical Name: 2-amino-1-phenyl-1-propanol
Common Name(s): Phenylpropanolamine, PPA
Facts: List I regulated chemical in the U.S.; the ingredient found in many OTC cold remedies that has been said to cause strokes

Chemical Name: 4-methoxyamphetamine
Common Name(s): Paramethoxyamphetamine, PMA, 4-MA
Facts: Schedule I controlled substance in the U.S.; toxic--sometimes misrepresented and sold as MDMA, or found mixed with MDMA

Chemical Name: alpha-1-methylaminoethylbenzyl alcohol
Common Name(s): Pseudoephedrine, Sudafed
Facts: List I regulated chemical in the U.S.; used for nasal decongestion; precursor to some amphetamines; differs from cathinone only by the addition of an alpha-hydroxy group and hydrogen group; likewise, methamphetamine differs only by the addition of two hydrogen groups

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The most relevant psycheledelic (and related) phenethylamines are:

Chemical Name: 3,4-methylene-dioxyallylbenzene
Common Name(s): Safrole
Facts: List I regulated chemical in the U.S.; found in nutmeg, cinnamon, juniper, calamus, and many other plants; non-amine prescursor to 3,4-methylenedioxyamphetamine

Chemical Name: 3-methoxy-4,5-methylenedioxy-allylbenzene
Common Name(s): Myristicin
Facts: Not controlled or regulated in the U.S.; powerful hallucinogen found in nutmeg; non-amine precursor to MMDA

Chemical Name: cis-1-propenyl-2,4,5-trimethoxybenzol
Common Name(s): beta-asarone
Facts: Not controlled or regulated in the U.S.; possesses relaxant and stimulant effects; one active constituent of the psychedelic herb calamus

Chemical Name: 2,4,5-trimethoxyamphetamine
Common Name(s): TMA-2
Facts: Schedule I controlled substance in the U.S.; causes hypnosis in most people; mildly empathogenic, like MDMA

Chemical Name: 2-methoxy-4-2-propenylphenol
Common Name(s): Eugenol
Facts: Not controlled or regulated in the U.S.; found in nutmeg and cinnamon; used in the synthesis of safrole, a precursor to MDMA

Chemical Name: 2,5-dimethoxy-4-bromoamphetamine
Common Name(s): DOB, 4-Bromo-DMA, Bob, Dr. Bob (lol!!!!!)
Facts: Schedule I controlled substance in the U.S.; effects similar to 2C-B, but several times longer in duration

Chemical Name: 2,5-dimethoxy-4-methylamphetamine
Common Name(s): DOM, STP (has been said to stand for Serenity, Tranquility, and Peace, Super Terrific Psychedelic, or Stop The Police; actually, it was named after the motor oil additive, STP... why? Who knows.)
Facts: Schedule I controlled substance in the U.S.; r-isomer responsible for psychedelic effects, s-isomer responsible for peripheral side effects

Chemical Name: phenyl-2-propanone
Common Name(s): P2P, Phenylacetone
Facts: Schedule II controlled substance in the U.S.; a common precursor to amphetamine

Chemical Name: 2,5-dimethoxyamphetamine
Common Name(s): DMA
Facts: Schedule I controlled substance in the U.S.; mescaline-like effects;

Chemical Name: 2,5-dimethoxy-4-ethylamphetamine
Common Name(s): DOET
Facts: Schedule I controlled substance in the U.S.; mildly psychedelic, relaxing, with an uplift in mood and libido

Chemical Name: 3,4-methylenedioxyphenyl-2-propanone
Common Name(s): MDP2P
Facts: List I regulated chemical in the U.S.; precursor to MDMA, MDA, and related chemicals

Chemical Name: monomethylamine
Common Name(s): Methylamine
Facts: List I regulated chemical in the U.S.; important reagant in the synthesis of MDMA and methamphetamine

Chemical Name: 3,4,5-trimethoxyphenethylamine
Common Name(s): Mescaline
Facts: Schedule I controlled substance in the U.S.; found in peyote, San Pedro, and several other species of cacti--of these, peyote is the only one that is currently illegal; peyote currently legal for use by Native Americans, for religious purposes

Chemical Name: N-methyl-alpha-ethyl-3,4-methylenedioxyphenethylamine
Common Name(s): Methyl-J, Eden
Facts: Schedule I controlled substance in the U.S.; less stimulating, more relaxing, and with less visual activity than MDMA; at higher doses, almost exactly like MDMA in effects

Chemical Name: 3,4-methylenedioxy-N-ethylamphetamine
Common Name(s): MDE, N-Ethyl-MDA, MDEA, Eve
Facts: Schedule I controlled substance in the U.S.; slightly less potent mg for mg than MDMA and shorter-acting; greatly resembles MDMA in effects, though physical and tactile effects are less prevalent; may resemble MDA at larger doses; empathogenic effects not so pronounced as with MDMA; has a "stoning" effect for some people

Chemical Name: 3,4-methylenedioxy-N-methylamphetamine
Common Name(s): MDMA, Ecstasy, XTC, X, E
Facts: Schedule I controlled substance in the U.S.; the most powerful empathogen and most useful tool in therapy (especially couples' therapy) currently known

Chemical Name: 3,4-methylenedioxyamphetamine
Common Name(s): MDA, Adam, Love Drug
Facts: Schedule I controlled substance in the U.S.; similar to MDMA, but less empathogenic and more stimulating

Chemical Name: 2,5-dimethoxy-4-propylthiophenethylamine
Common Name(s): 2C-T-7, T7, Blue Mystic
Facts: Schedule I controlled substance in the U.S.; CSA sceduling expires September 30th of these year

Chemical Name: 4-bromo-2,5-dimethoxyphenethylamine
Common Name(s): 2C-B, Nexus
Facts: Schedule I controlled substance in the U.S.

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And some phenethylamines in general:

Chemical Name: 3,4-dihydroxyphenethylamine
Common Name(s): Dopamine
Facts: Not controlled or regulated in the U.S., but prescription only; an endogenous brain chemical largely responsible for movement and pleasure; used medically in emergency situations of advanced heart failure when the use of digoxin is contraindicated

Chemical Name: phenethylhydrazine hydrogen sulphate
Common Name(s): Phenelzine Sulphate, Nardil
Facts: Not controlled or regulated in the U.S., but prescription only; antidepressant--non-selective MAO inhibitor

Chemical Name: ()-1-alpha-dimethylaminomethyl-
p-methoxybenzyl cyclohexanol hydrochloride
Common Name(s): Venlafaxine HCl, Effexor, Effexor XR
Facts: Not controlled or regulated in the U.S., but prescription only; antidepressant--strong inhibitor of serotonin, moderate reuptake inhibitor of norepinephrine, and weak reuptake inhibitor of dopamine


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