Methoxetamine

Methoxetamine is a synthetic research chemical developed by research chemical manufacturers to aid scientists that are studying derivatives of ketamine. This chemical has a CAS number of 1239943-76-0, a formal name of (RS)2-(3-methoxyphenyl)-2-(ethylamino)cyclohexanone and a molecular formula of C15H12N2. Even though it is a derivative of ketamine studies have shown that it is structurally related to 2-meo-pcp as well as eticyclidine. A few other studies have been conducted using methoxetamine but the published data is limited. It is through these studies that it is believed that the new chemical will inhibit the NMDA receptor along with inhibiting the reuptake of serotonin. Other information from different laboratories suggests that methoxetamine will inhibit the reuptake of serotonin and dopamine.

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pv-8 Psychoactive Compound

Pv-8 is an interesting research chemical being a pyrovalerone analog with a difference. Research chemicals are created from synthetic substances so laboratories can learn more the various chemicals to help in creating new medications that can benefit humans without the side effects as well as with lower potential for abuse. PV-8 instead of a pentiophenone part it has a heptaphenone. More research needs to be conducted in controlled laboratories that can purchase from a compound supplier to learn if there could be health or mental advantages for pv-8.

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