ethyl-hexedrone Chemistry

Ethyl-hexedrone is among research chemicals that are in the stimulant family and the class of drugs known as cathinone. It is believed to be a stimulant even though many of these compounds for research in this family have not been thoroughly studied. The studies only point to suggestions due to the way in which these synthetic substances work in vivo and in vitro studies in laboratories without actually testing the research chemicals in humans such as with clinical trials.
Ethyl-hexedrone is known to inhibit the reuptake of dopamine and norepinephrine, therefore it was classified as a stimulant being related to hexedrone. However, ethyl-hexedrone at the terminal amine has one added ethyl-group which scientists believe will make ethyl-hexedrone three times more potent than hexedrone.

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