What is Methoxetamine (MXE) ?
Methoxetamine (MXE) is an arylcyclohexylamine.It acts mainly as a selective NMDA receptor antagonist, similarly to other arylcyclohexylamines like ketamine and PCP.
Methoxetamine (MXE) is a result of rational drug design, its N-ethyl group was selected to increase potency, lessen risk of interstitial cystitis caused from the accumulation of ketamine-like metabolites in the urinary bladder. This research substance is lawful for users to possess, supply and use it as per terms and conditions stated by the supplier but similar to other research chemicals like methioprotamine, benzo fury, and amt methoxetamine cannot be use in human consumption or any form of vivo (living) research.
Methoxetamine (MXE) users may experience pleasurable feelings of euphoria and enlightenment for up to 24 hours after using the drug. However, taking too much or having a bad reaction to MXE may lead to psychiatric, cognitive, neurological, and/or cardiovascular problems.
MXE can also cause a range of negative side effects, including sensory distortions, paranoia, and problems with speech and communication.
Side Effects of MXE
MXE produces short-term effects that users may find pleasurable including :
A sense of intense happiness, or euphoria.
Feelings of peace and calm.
Heightened sensory experiences.
Spiritual and transcendent experiences.
The satisfying short-term effects of MXE may lead users to take more of the drug in the future. In some cases, a user may have an adverse reaction to MXE or may experience an MXE overdose, a condition that can be fatal. Additionally, long-term use can have mounting negative effects on the body.
In addition to the intoxicating short-term effects sought by users, MXE can also produce undesirable side effects such as :
Difficulty with communication.
Fear and/or paranoia.
A distorted sense of time, distance, and body image.
A sensation of being near death.
While there is little data on the potential for MXE to cause physical dependence. MXE users may find over time that they become addicted to the drug, and in fact, there are many self-reported experiences among MXE users of compulsive use of consumption of more MXE than was originally intended. Initially, users may begin taking the drug recreationally and feel in control of their use. However, in some cases, a person who continues to use MXE may start to find their use grows out of their control.
Professionals use the term “substance use disorder” to diagnose problematic drug use in clients. Signs and symptoms of a substance use disorder include 6:
Taking more of the drug than intended.
Feeling unable to cut down or stop using the drug.
Spending a long time acquiring, using, or recovering from the drug.
Strong urges to use.
Difficulty carrying out responsibilities at work, home, or school because of drug use.
Continuing to use despite problems in relationships.
Giving up activities that were once important because of drug use.
Using in dangerous situations like driving or operating machinery.
Continuing to use the drug despite physical and psychological problems associated with use.
Developing a tolerance (experiencing less of an effect with the same amount of the drug or needing larger amounts in order to achieve the desired effects).
Withdrawal symptoms upon stopping the drug.
Molecular weight: 247.33
Compound purity: > 99.7%
Related substance: Total Impurities(%) ≤ 0.3%
Synonyms: MXE, 3-MeO-2-Oxo-PCE
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