Dimethocaine Research Chemical


Dimethocaine Research Chemical

Dimethocaine Research Chemical

Also known as DMC or larocaine, is a compound with a stimulatory effect. This effect resembles that of cocaine, although dimethocaine appears to be less potent. Just like cocaine, dimethocaine is addictive due to its stimulation of the reward pathway in the brain.

Dimethocaine is a local anesthetic and a stimulant that has some cocaine-like activity. It’s generally reported to be weaker than cocaine and amphetamine.

However, dimethocaine – a legal cocaine replacement in some countries and even listed by the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) under the category “synthetic cocaine derivatives”. The structure of dimethocaine, being a 4-Aminobenzoic acid ester, resembles that of procaine. Also found as a white powder at room temperature.

When a product sold online in the UK in June 2010, advertised as dimethocaine was tested, it was found to in fact be a mixture of caffeine and lidocaine, and the lack of any dopaminergic stimulant ingredient in such mixes may explain the limited recreational effects reported by many users. Other samples tested has shown to contain genuine dimethocaine, and one branded “bath salt” product containing primarily dimethocaine as the active ingredient.  

There are a limited number of reports about the drug’s effects. Most point to little activity or, at most, mild euphoria and mild stimulation.


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