Buy Methylone Crystal, bk-MDMA M1 is a psychoactive drug that is also called “3,4-Methylenedioxy-N-Methylcathinone,” “MDMC,” and the slang term “M1.” It belongs to the group of drugs called substituted amphetamine, substituted cathinone, and substituted methylenedioxyphenethylamine.
Methylone is similar to MDMA in that it is a substituted cathinone and similar to methcathinone in that it is a 3,4-methylenedioxy. The only difference between methylone and MDMA in terms of its structure is that one oxygen atom replaces two hydrogen atoms in the position of the phenethylamine core, making a ketone group.
Methylone has been sold for recreational use because it is not illegal in many countries.
Most of the chemicals we use for research are structural or functional copies of controlled substances. They are made to have the same pharmacological effects as the original drug without being illegal or showing up on standard drug tests. Some research chemicals are psychoactive, and others are similar to drugs that improve performance. Some of these were made by academic or industrial researchers who were trying to find more powerful derivatives with fewer side effects. They were later used for fun. In secret laboratories, some research chemicals were made for the first time. Because these substances haven’t been tested on both animals and people to see how well they work and how safe they are, they may have side effects that were not expected.
The creation of “designer drugs” could be thought of as a part of the field of “drug design.” Exploring changes to known active drugs, like their structural analogs, stereoisomers, and derivatives can lead to new drugs with effects that are very different from those of their “parent” drug, such as increased potency or fewer side effects. Some designer drugs, like JWH-018, have effects that are similar to those of other drugs, but their chemical structures are very different. Even though it is a very broad term that can be used for almost any synthetic drug, it is often used to refer to synthetic drugs used for recreation, sometimes even ones that haven’t been designed at all (e.g. LSD, the psychedelic side effects of which were discovered unintentionally).
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