5-APB

IUPAC

5-(2-aminopropyl)benzofuran

CAS

286834-80-8

Formula

C11H13NO

Mol. Mass:

175.23 g/mol


General:

By simply looking at the name one can infer that 5-APB can with certainly to be structurally similar and more than likely produce effects similar to that of 6-APB,  structural relatives have been noted as having many of the same stimulant/empathenogenic type characteristics as one another and are both considered to be agonist to the HT2A receptors. One of the few notable differences would be 5-APB lacking on the psychadelic feel that 6-APB holds. These structural relatives are also said to be quite potent, with a common dose falling around 100mg. Another prominent characteristic of both these benzofurans is the unforgiving nature if too much is taken. Some reports of this involve a user initially taking the right amount -100mg, and then for whatever reason administering another 100mg or so later In the night. This turns a fun and interesting experiment into an uncomfortable over agitation that can last for hours.



 

Legality:

Although no legislation to date has been placed specifically banning/scheduling 5-APB, it could still be considered a close enough analogue of MDA, which would allow for prosecution under the Analogue Act.



 

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