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Methiopropamine

Among many of the other research chemicals available today, Methiopropamine or MPA is another popular widely used one. It is a chemical analog of a Schedule II chemical, methamphetamine. Methamphetamine found a wide range of users due to its addictive psychoactive properties. Unlike methamphetamine which is approved as a prescribed medicine by the FDA in the US, MPA is considered a structural analog of Meth and is labeled as a research chemical. In the UK, it was first approved for medical study in 1942. Soon after it gained popularity as a legal high or a research chemical and the market for it grew quickly. Methiopropamine is popular however not as popular as other recreational drugs which mimic the effects of ecstasy, heroin, cocaine, etc. This is because it has a milder high. The euphoria produced by methiopropamine is relatively less; so less that in fact it is described as giving a clear head and focus along with a slight euphoria. Due to its time period as a research chemical, some details of its pharmacology are available as compared to other research chemicals. It actually reverses the flow of neurotransmitters dopamine, serotonin and norepineprhine. This causes the neuron synapses in the brain to be flooded with these neurotransmitters and cause the euphoria. The DEA has conducted various assays on it including CNMR, FTIR and electron ionization which are all measures to identify and quantify the chemical in a sample. This is information to be used in criminal investigations when necessary. The MPA’s labell of research chemical in the UK has gathered a large supplier directory for it. Many web sites sell this drug freely online as with other research chemicals. In addition, user discussions and forums are also widely available as a reference guide for its use. However, these user reports should never to be considered as a safe reference. Methiopropamine can be vaporized, insufflated or taken orally. The peak of its effect is reached at 3 hours after and then lasts for 8-18 hours. However, due to its hydrophilic or water-loving nature, it


dissolves in the body very easily and is excreted in the urine. Therefore, it is quite easy to test for it through a urine test. However, because it is not technically illegal, there are rarely consequences. User experiences say that Methiopropmaine causes other effects along with mild euphoria. It induces energy, alertness, focus, and sexual arousal. It is safe to say that methiopropamine chemical is like a milder form of ecstasy. Side effects include increased heart rate, addiction, loss of appetite, vasoconstriction, anxiety, labored breathing and chest pain. There is also a significant hangover associated with the use of methiopropamine. Unfortunately, since the positive effects are slight and the negative effects are pronounced, methiopropamine does not have a huge fan base as compared to amphetamines and other drugs or even other research chemicals. Read More

Methiopropamine  

Methiopropamine or MPA is another popular widely used one. It is a chemical analog of a Schedule II chemical, methamphetamine. Methamphetami...

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