Methylone Research Chemical
Methylone Research Chemical – a chemical drug which is very similar in structure to MDMA and has comparable effects. A stimulant with a mild hallucinogenic effect.
Also the brand name for an injectable corticosteroid used in the treatment of allergic reactions and arthritis.
Because it’s a relatively new substance it’s called a research chemical. However, recommended to treat methylone with caution: because of its short existence. Thus with not much research conducted for it as well as about long-term effects or addiction rates.
Usually, offered as powder, with pills in circulation as well. As with XTC, these tablets can differ in size, colour and strength.
The chemical composition of methylone is very similar to the structure of MDMA (3, 4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine).
A number of research reports suggest that methylone use produces effects similar to MDMA and amphetamine. While the drug is a Schedule I controlled substance, it appears that its effects are not as well known as its use is not as extensive as similar drugs, even though the drug has been on the market for decades; it was originally developed in 1996 as a potential treatment for depression.
It appears that methylone is available in formulations of bath salts, or it may be the only chemical in the package.