ⓘ 1,3-Benzodioxolylbutanamine


ⓘ 1.3-Benzodioxolylbutanamine

1.3-Benzodioxolylbutanamine is an entactogenic drug of the phenethylamine chemical class. It is the α-ethyl analog of MDPEA and MDA and the methylenedioxy analogue of α-ethylphenethylamine.

BDB was first synthesized by Alexander Shulgin. In his book PiHKAL, the dosage range is listed as 150-230 mg, and the duration is listed as 4-8 hours. BDB produces entactogenic, MDMA-like effects. Although pleasant and euphoric, BDB is also quite sedative and some users believe that the lack of stimulant effect makes it less enjoyable than other similar drugs. Additional side effects associated with BDB include nystagmus and vertigo. Very few data on the pharmacological properties, metabolism, toxicity and BBR.

Animal studies and anecdotal reports show that BDB is a slightly more potent releasing agent of serotonin, than his sister-methylated compound methylbenzodioxylbutanamine mbdb all, "Eden", "methyl-j". However, it is more known as a metabolite of N-alkylated derivatives of analogues mbdb and EBDB all ethylbenzodioxylbutanamine, "ethyl-j", which appeared in methylenedioxymethamphetamine tablets. While BDB itself has not been received, and are being sold as "ecstasy", urine analysis of ecstasy users suggest that this drug may have appeared like a drug, although it is unclear whether a positive urine test for BDB to consumption of BDB itself, or simply as a metabolite of mbdb all.

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