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For general information about amphetamine, please see the amphetamine info page.
Aspirin is a commonly used anti-inflammatory. Due to its availability, Aspirin is useful for drug testing purposes to verify whether or not analytical reagents have expired.
BZP (Benzylpiperazine) is a stimulant that produces effects similar to amphetamine.
Creatine is a bodybuilding supplement. It's known to be mis-sold as cocaine and other drugs.
For general information about ketamine, please see our ketamine info page.
|MDA||MDA yields a yellowish color with Folin, whereas MDE doesn't yield a significant color change.
Closely related to MDMA, MDA is reported to produce more visuals, and is known to be more neurotoxic. Simon's reagent can differentiate MDA from MDMA.
Closely related to MDMA, MDE is relatively rare, and is reported as being less potent than MDMA.
For general information about MDMA, please see the MDMA info page.
For general information about methamphetamine, please see the meth/amphetamine info page.
MXE is a dissociative hallucinogen developed for grey market distribution. MXE is linked to a number of hospitalizations from higher doses and mixing with other substances.
PMA is known to be mis-sold as MDMA, and is linked to a number of deaths. PMA and PMMA are almost identical in chemical makeup.
PMMA is known to be mis-sold as MDMA, and is linked to a number of deaths. PMA and PMMA are almost identical in chemical makeup.
Because of sugars widespread availability, it's useful for drug testing purposes to verify whether or not analytical reagents have expired.
TFMPP (3-Trifluoromethylphenylpiperazine) is usually mixed with BZP when sold, in an attempt to mimic the effects of MDMA.
Vitamin C is an essential nutrient found in various foods and sold as a supplement. It is commonly added as a filler to cocaine as a cheap way to increase profits.
Vyvanse is an amphetamine derivative mainly used to treat ADHD and eating disorders.