3-MeO-PCP

While doing research on ketamine subordinates, you may wish to find more about methoxetamine. This exploration concoction is identified with 3-MeO-PCP and in addition eticyclidine basically. The formal name for methoxetamine is (RS)2-(3-methoxyphenyl)- 2-(ethylamino)cyclohexanone. You may have perused a few information with respect to this substance under various names, for example, 3-MeO-2-Oxo-PCE or MXE.

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Deschloroketamine

Deschloroketamine is a synthetic research chemical that is listed as a dissociative compound in the arylcyclohexylamine family. Chemicals in this family create anesthetic and hallucinogenic effects. The new research chemical is also known as O-PCM, DXE, and DCK. The IUPAC name for this chemical is 2-Phenyl-2-(methylamino)cyclohexanone. The difference between this chemical and ketamine is that it does not have a chlorine substitute on the phenyl ring but it does have other similarities of chemicals in the same family including the amine group that has an aromatic ring with a cyclohexane ring bound to it. Deschloroketamine also has an oxo group with a substituted cyclohexane ring that has a phenyl ring bound to it. Along with this, the cyclohexanone ring has an amino methyl chain that is attached to the alpha carbon of the ring.

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Deschloroketamine Dissociative Anesthetic

Deschloroketamine often referred to as DXE is known among other psychoactive compounds that through research has shown to be the arylcyclohexylamine family and performs like a hallucinogenic dissociative anesthetic. Deschloroketamine is only to be used in the group of other research chemicals that are created by a compound supplier for the sole purpose of research and study.
Deschloroketamine has been studied in different countries and via research in vivo and in-vitro may have some health benefits for humans for such conditions as protozoal infections, viral infection, fungal infections, or bacterial infections. However, since it is listed with compounds for research, at this time, it is not intended for animal or human consumption. More studies need to be conducted to learn if Deschloroketamine created from synthetic substances have any side effects or may have an abuse potential before going further and allowing the chemical to be placed on the market or for physicians to prescribe Deschloroketamine as a medication.

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