- Dec 4, 2008
Any info on 3-FMA ? Does it exist or has it been synthesized yet ? Im guessing it's not too far around the corner from being available..Wonder how the effects of this would be
I won't rule out the possibility but I will say that it is unlikely. There are previous records of testing compounds that were determined to be 2-FMA and this test was done much later, so their previous GC/MS data should have indicated if it was 2-FMA. The color was brownish/pink, and the compound felt like flour.Thanks for the valuable info. Can you write something about the appearance of the material ? There were brownish/pink and (off-) white batches. Also it could be, that the authorities made a mistake. What surprises me, that you could not make out a difference between (supposedly) 2-FMA and (allegedly) 3-FMA, because the difference between 2-FA and 3-FA is very noticeable. I conclude that the state lab made a mistake, but maybe that is just wishful thinking
Antioxidants won't protect you from potential neurotoxicity. The antioxidant fad is more marketing than science.I don't think its more neurotoxic than meth, but that's bad enough. I certainly load up on antioxidants when using it.
The meta-substitution makes me worry about cardiotoxicity, hence fenfluramine. To me it feels less taxing on the heart than meth, but Im not sure you are able to "feel" any action on the 5HT2B receptor.