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A dissociative drug of the arylcyclohexylamine class, N-Ethyldeschloroketamine, Eticyclidone, 2′-Oxo-PCE Vendor, O-PCE Buy USA, Canada, causes ketamine-like dissociative effects when taken. Ketamine, PCE, and 3-MeO-PCP are structurally similar to it.
MXE was first created using intelligent drug design as a potential cure for Phantom Limb Syndrome and other illnesses.
MXE has little history of usage in humans, and there is little information available about its pharmacological characteristics, metabolism, and toxicity. The use of harm-reduction techniques is strongly encouraged when consuming this chemical.
The majority of our research chemicals are structural or functional analogs of a controlled substance that have been created to imitate the pharmacological effects of the original drug while avoiding classification as an illegal substance and/or detection in common drug tests. Psychoactive substances and replicas of medicines used to enhance performance are examples of research chemicals. Some of these substances were initially created by academic or commercial researchers in an effort to find more potent compounds with fewer adverse effects, but they were eventually co-opted for recreational use. In secret labs, new preparations of other research compounds were made. Because the effectiveness and safety of these chemicals have not been adequately examined in animal and human trials, using some of these treatments may have unanticipated negative effects.
It’s possible to classify the creation of designer medications as a branch of drug design. The study of changes to known active medications—such as their structural analogs, stereoisomers, and derivatives—results in drugs that may have effects that are markedly different from those of their “parent” drug (e.g., displaying enhanced potency or fewer side effects). Designer medications occasionally have properties that are comparable to those of well-known drugs despite having entirely different chemical structures (for example, JWH-018 and THC). It is frequently used to refer to synthetic recreational drugs, sometimes even ones that have not been designed at all, despite the fact that it is a very broad phrase that applies to practically every synthetic drug (e.g. LSD, the psychedelic side effects of which were discovered unintentionally).
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