I looked in the long index instead of just looking for it's own entry, my bad. Seems like and interesting one to me.morninggloryseed said:It has its very own entry in TIHKAL. You must have missed it. It was first described in a paper on MiPT analogues published in 1981 by Shulgin and someone whos name escapes me.
4-MeO-MiPT doesn't sound very interesting (from the reports in TIHKAL), however since it is the only 4-MeO-N,N-dialkyltryptamine described in detail...it is interesting to me. 4-MeO-DET is also known to be active, but there are no human reports.
Of course, 2C-D didn't sound very interesting from Shulgin's book either...but I found it a gem. Maybe this one is the missing link as well!
hugo24 said:Anyone venturing a guess if the methoxi group is being metabolized to Miprocin to some degree?
Edit: of course into Miprocin and not Psilocin.
Delsyd said:well, i take that back.
I read on another board of someone trying it and claiming it was entactogenic.
He didnt go into much detail but basically said that it reminded him of MDA and didnt feel much like a tryptamine.
nuke said:I would think not to a significant degree -- the methoxy group is a lot more difficult for the body to break down here than acetoxy or oxygen (as Shulgin has noted). I would wager most, if not all, of the effects are from the original compound rather than metabolites.
But I can't prove that.
Has anyone ever tried this or heard anything about its effects?[/quote said:No, but i am very curious. i love 4 position esters of tryptamines, but methyl groups on 5 i dont like too much, seem to have too much of a stimulated/too much cocaine buzz. very interested in what a 4 position methylated ester of a tryptamine is like. i do love hydroxide and acetone esters on that 4th position. yum yum!