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    what are some of the other families of serotogenic psychedelics besides phenethylamines and tryptamines (not asking about dissociatives or deleriants or any other type of hallucinogen)

    i know of benzodifurans im not sure if that is considered a distinct class since stuff like 2cb-fly is essentially based off of 2cb.

    are there any others i know people say lsd isnt exactly a tryptamine it just has a skeleton
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    piperazines...but most people would agree they dont hold a candle to peas or trypts
    (but i shouldent be so judgmental since i have yet to try)
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    benzodifurans are close to PEAs but different enough in structure to warrant a separate class.
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    ^arent benzodifurans based on the overlapping sections of the PEA and tryp backbones??
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    No one's certain yet how tryptamines and phenethylamines correlate, so that's really up in the air. Although I haven't had the opportunity to try one yet, the things I've read lead me to believe that they're pretty similar to their phenethylamine counterparts, except longer-lasting, as the methoxy groups are easier for the body to metabolize.
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