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Wednesday, 2 February 2011

Research Chemicals

R C ' s
Research Chemicals are just as their name implies -
 chemicals that are often still in "research" stages 
and thus don't have much background or knowledge surrounding their use. Therefore, as the caption for this subforum states, 
ALL interactions with RC's are at one's own risk.
The most common chemicals researched by those like yourself include:
-Common names: Mephedrone, 4-MMC, M-CAT, miaow miaow, meow, meph, 4-methylephedrone
-Common form: White powder; white crystalline powder
-Category: Stimulant / entactogen. Belonging to the cathinone and amphetamine classes.
-Commone names: Buphedrone
-Common form: Powder
-Category: Stimulant. Belonging to the phenethylamine, amphetamine, and cathinone classes.

-Commone names: Butylone, bk-MDBD
-Common form: Powder
-Category: Stimulant / entactogen phenethylamine.

-Common names: Methylone, bk-MDMA, M1, MDMCat, lone, arlone
-Common form: White powder
-Category: Stimulant / entactogen. Belonging to the phenethylamine, amphetamine, and cathinone classes.

-Common names: MDPV, peevee
-Common form: White or tannish powder
-Category: Stimulant. Norepinephrine-dopamine reuptake inhibitor (NDRI).

-Commone names: 2-DPMP, 2-diphenylmethylpiperidine
-Common form: Powder
-Category: Long-acting stimulant. Norepinephrine-dopamine reuptake inhibitor (NDRI).

-Commone names: O-2482, Naphthylpyrovalerone, NRG-1
-Common form: Powder
-Category: Stimulant. Triple reuptake inhibitor: serotonin transporter (SERT), dopamine transporter (DAT), and norepinephrine transporter (NET).

-Commone names: 2-AI, 2-Indanamine
-Common form: Powder
-Category: Stimulant.

-Common names: 5-MeO-DMT
-Common form: Powder; resin
-Category: Psychedelic tryptamine. DMT analogue.

-Commone names: 2c-e
-Common form: White crystalline powder
-Category: Psychedelic phenethylamine.

-Commone names: 2c-c
-Common form: Fine white powder
-Category: Psychedelic phenethylamine.

-Commone names: 2c-i
-Common form: Sparkling fine powder
-Category: Psychedelic phenethylamine.

-Commone names: 5-MeO-DALT
-Common form: Tannish powder
-Category: Psychedelic tryptamine.

Dextromethorphan hydrobromide
-Commone names: DXM, Robo
-Common form: Gel caps; white crystalline powder; yellow crystalline powder
-Category: Psychedelic / dissociative. SERT blocker.

-Common names: DOI
-Common form: Blotters; powder
-Category: Psychedelic phenethylamine. Serotonin receptor agonist. Vasoconstrictor.

-Commone names: JWH-018
-Common form: Fine white powder; crystalline white powder
-Category: Analgesic / cannabinoid.

Obviously, there are many more Research Chemicals 
out there than what is listed here. 
Before researching a chemical,
 try to find information on it 


The following combinations are known to be dangerous and can cause SEVERE adverse reactions or in some cases death when researched in the same experiment. READ ON:

DXM (dextromethorphan) and DOI (2,5-dimethoxy-4-iodoamphetamine)
[And this applies to ANY pair of SSRI's - DO NOT COMBINE THEM.]
MAOI's and stimulants / entactogens
MAOI's and SSRI's

By researching these combinations you are risking your life. You have been warned.
(Special thanks to theazo2 for providing extremely useful info!)


If you do not believe you can safely research the chemical or compound you're planning to study, or you do not have enough information to be certain, do not proceed. It is better to pass up on a potentially dangerous chemical than to harm yourself or others. Remember that there are others out there who will more than likely research the same chemical you're unsure about now. As time goes on, more and more experience reports and information will gradually become available about these chemicals. Patience is a virtue.
However, if you do not wish to wait for more information and would prefer to find out for yourself, take all safety precautions possible. Here are some general ones that may help:

-USE a milligram scale, EVERY TIME.
-TAKE any vitamins or supplements recommended by others, depending on the chemical you plan to research. Many supplements, taken during, before or after your research, can ward off potential negative effects.
-PLAN ahead. Know where you're going to be, who will be with you, and what you will be doing. Make sure your group knows all of this as well.
-DRINK plenty of water and other hydrating fluids.
-GET enough rest before your research. Fatigue can have negative effects on your experience.

                       thanks to Black_Parasol from LHG

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