1B-LSD (1-butanoyl-lysergic acid diethylamide) is an LSD analogue which appears to be about as potent as 1P-LSD (slightly more potent than LSD) and has a slightly shorter duration than that of LSD, again thought to be about the same as 1P-LSD. Released in late 2018, and marketed agressively as a replacement for 1P-LSD. 1B-LSD does not yet have a clearly established safety profile,
1cP-LSD (1-cyclopropionyl-lysergic acid diethylamide) is a novel lysergamide with little to no history of use. It is said to be a less pushy and shorter lasting version of LSD. Described as having a more gradual onset than 1P-LSD, with a less visual more meditative headspace when compared with LSD.*NOTE: This is a very new research chemical - take all info with a grain of salt.*
A new psychedelic lysergamide which is suspected to be a prodrug of ETH-LAD, which could explain why the doses are very similar. Or it could be active on its own. Scientific studies would need to be written to understand, yet there are none.
An LSD analogue which appears to be slightly more potent with a shorter duration. Its effects are reported to be extremely similar to LSD, and thus far seems to be similarly safe. Released in late 2014, It has quickly become a highly popular research chemical due to its implicit legality, similarity to LSD and wide availability on the Internet.
Also known as 2,N,N-TMT, this drug was first synthesised by Alexander Shulgin. Described as a very mild psychedelic of similar subjective effects to other tryptamines. Reported as having an unusual and unpredictable dose curve, it is recommended to start low with this drug.
A phenethylamine psychedelic and stimulant derivative of 2C-B, this compound is related to and has similar effects to 25b-NBOMe. It is significantly more potent than 2C-B but less potent than 25B-NBOMe. Overdoses of NBOH compounds may cause dangerous vasoconstriction. May induce uncomfortable body load.
A phenethylamine psychedelic and stimulant derivative of 2C-C, this compound is related and has similar effects to 25c-NBOMe. It is significantly more potent than 2C-C but less potent than 25c-NBOMe. Overdoses of NBOH compounds may cause dangerous vasoconstriction. May induce uncomfortable body load.
A relatively new and popular research chemical. A short acting psychedelic related to 2C-C with similar effects to LSD, though more visual with less of a 'head-trip.' Frequently mis-sold as LSD. Causes an uncomfortable body load and has caused several deaths even within regular dose ranges.
A potent psychedelic phenethylamine and derivative of 2C-E, usually sold on blotters. May be mis-sold as LSD. Effects include vivid hallucinations, stimulation, heavy body load and vasoconstriction. At high doses vasoconstriction can endanger life, exercise caution.
A rare psychedelic stimulant and bomamine. A derivative of 2C-G, but far more potent. Likely to have hallucinogenic, stimulant and vasoconstrictive properties which may be dangerous at high doses. A heavy body load is to be expected.
A rare psychedelic stimulant and bomamine. A derivative of 2C-H, but many times more potent. Likely to have hallucinogenic, stimulant and vasoconstrictive properties which may be dangerous at high doses. A heavy body load is to be expected.
A phenethylamine psychedelic and stimulant derivative of 2C-I, this compound is related and has similar effects to 25i-NBOMe. It is significantly more potent than 2C-I but less potent than 25i-NBOMe. Overdoses of NBOH compounds may cause dangerous vasoconstriction. May induce uncomfortable body load.
A relatively new and popular research chemical with psychedelic properties. Users report an uncomfortable body load with very strong visuals, though with less of a mental aspect than most psychedelics. Commonly mis-sold as LSD, since it is much cheaper to produce. Is considered quite unsafe, and has caused several deaths at 'regular' doses.
A rare, highly potent and yellow psychedelic phenethylamine and derivative of 2C-N. Effects are similar to other NBOMe compounds, with hallucinations, intense body load, stimulation and vasoconstriction. At high doses vasoconstriction can be dangerous, exercise caution.
A popular psychedelic in the phenethylamine family. Provides empathic experiences at lower doses and strong visual and psychedelic experiences at higher doses. Commonly used as a party drug as it is more clear-headed than most psychedelics. 2C-B has been in use since the early 1990s
A psychedelic similar to the more well-known 2C-B. Users frequently report very vivid and bright open-eye visuals and more mild closed-eye visuals compared to 2C-B and other drugs in the 2C family. Can also be more stimulating than 2C-B along with having a slight body load for some users. Less safe at high doses compared to 2C-B
A relatively uncommon and short-acting psychedelic phenethylamine of the 2C-x family. It behaves much like other 2C-x drugs, but is unique in that it is a yellowish golden-coloured salt. Described by some, namely Shulgin, as being quite underwhelming.
An unusual psychedelic with similar effects to 2C-B and a slightly longer duration, but maligned because of some deaths in the 2000s. Also similar to 2c-t-7, but with a shorter duration. Potentially unsafe with stimulants and empathogens.
An uncommon psychedelic tryptamine with a short history of human use, also known as Ipracetin. Possibly first synthesised by Alexander Shulgin. Some reports of heavy nausea, with effects comparable to 2c-b and mushrooms.
A rare compound first produced by Albert Hoffman, also known as ethocin. Structurally related to 4-HO-MET (metocin) and psilocin (4-HO-DMT), this drug has similar psychedelic effects but little recorded human usage. Probably similar to mushrooms. Potentially stimulating.
A psychedelic tryptamine also known as iprocin. A homologue of psilocin, this drug likely has similar effects to psychedelic mushrooms. Said to have a rapid onset and relatively short duration for a drug of its class.
A psychedelic hallucinogenic first synthesized by alexander shulgin. At light doses it causes enhanced cognition and appreciation for things like art and music while high doses cause visuals. The drug is known to cause a bodyload.
A reasonably popular tryptamine deriviative and Psilocin analogue, first synthesised by Alexander Shulgin. It has been reported as having comparable effects to psychedelic mushrooms, though with a shorter duration.
A rare tryptamine derivative first synthesised by David Nichols. This drug, also known as lucigenol, has rarely been documented outside the lab. It is known to be a psychedelic similar to other psychoactive tryptamines, with a potency similar to DOI, but little else is known.
An empathogen structurally similar to MDMA. Typically more visual than MDMA. Often reported to be much less stimulating and more relaxing than most other stimulating empathogens. Less psychedelic than 6-APB. Much longer lasting than MDMA.
A strange drug with an unknown mechanism of action. Some psychedelic effects alongside some effects non-characteristic of psychedelics like appetite enhancement. Reported as having rapid, intense and short acting entheogenic effects.
5-methoxy-di isopropyl tryptamine, also known as 'foxy', a psychedelic tryptamine related to DMT, which distorts visual and audio perception. Reported to have a heavy body load at high doses, it behaves similarly to other drugs of its class.
A powerful psychedelic tryptamine found in many species of plants and some toad venom, with a history of use by native South Americans spanning thousands of years. Has similar qualities to DMT and related tryptamines. Very potent. Orally active in combination with an MAOI.
A stimulant, empathogen and analog of MDA. Typically more visual than MDMA or MDA, as well as having a much longer onset and duration. Users often report a slightly more psychedelic headspace as well. Commonly sold as an alternative to MDMA and MDA.
AL-LAD is a hallucinogenic drug, lysergamide and an analogue of LSD. It is reported as having some subtle experiential differences to LSD (such as increased visuals), and also appears to be slightly shorter lasting. AL-LAD doses are similar to those of LSD, depending on purity. Its availability on the Internet since 2013 has lead to strong popularity among the drug community.
ALD-52, or N-acetyl-LSD is a less common chemical analogue of LSD, first synthesised by Albert Hoffman. It was famously implicated in the 'Orange Sunshine' trial. A psychedelic lysergamide, this compound exhibits similar properties to LSD, and is thought to be a pro-drug for LSD.
A concoction made of two or more plants that contain at least an MAOI and DMT, the combination of which allows the DMT to work orally. Typically associated to south american cultures. Also, sometimes approximated synthetically by taking an external MAOI with extracted DMT. Causes intense, spiritually orientated hallucinogenic experiences.
A common and widely used psychoactive plant, which is beginning to enjoy legal status for medical and even recreational use in some parts of the world. Usually smoked or eaten, primary effects are relaxation and an affinity towards food - a state described as being 'stoned.'
Changa is the name given to a smoking blend of caapi or other MAOI containing plants with an infusion of extracted DMT. Changa often contains other milder psychoactive herbs as well. The maoi action results in a longer and more intense trip (see Ayahuasca) NOTE: There is no standardized recipe or concentration of infused DMT, therefor dosage and potency will vary per batch.
Cyclopropylmescaline, AKA CPM, is a psychedelic/hallucinogenic that was produced by Alexander Shulgin. It causes visual and auditory hallucinations and lasts quite a long time. Little is known about it so caution must be used when trying out this substance.
A popular and powerful psychedelic, typically used in two ways; either it is vapourised for a short 'breakthrough' experience, or it is taken in combination with an enzyme inhibitor for a long, intense trip (this is also known as ayahuasca or pharmahuasca).
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