- Dec 11, 2007
Appearently a new MXE analogue. Can anyone tell me what the full IUPAC name would be?
Are MXE and PCP derived from the same thing?
Yes. They're both arylcyclohexamines. MXE is 3-MeO-2'-oxo-PCE, in the nomenclature of 'PCP'. (MXE has an ethyl group where PCP has a phenyl ring, and MXE has the two additional substitutions, the methoxy and the ketone)
Anyway, HXE has been rumored for years so it'll be interesting to see if it actually shows up
Was mxe really that great? I never ordered when i had the chance because dissociatives don't make me feel objectively "good" like opioids, but who knows.
The only dissociatives i ever really enjoyed were nitrous oxide and IV ketamine (IM ketamine was just weird). The euphorigenic properties are of utmost importance to me. MXE sounds decent though....as fastandbulbous said, "its like ketamine but with the scary bits removed"...
He still alive btw?
Yes. I would liken it to LSD in terms of greatness. Or to what Catholics wish their communion wafers could be, the flesh of Jesus.Was mxe really that great?
That's weird, did you not shoot for hole doses? I could barely form sentences, my mouth muscles wouldn't work, when I was T+1hr on my way into a hole. Couldn't really talk or walk straight till about T+4hr.What I loved about MXE is that I could do virtually anything without anyone noticing I was on it.