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What is BMDP?
BMDP is also known as 3,4-Methylenedioxy-N-benzylcathinone (hydrochloride) and 1-(1,3-benzodioxol-5-yl)-2-(benzylamino)propan-1-one. It is a substituted cathinone family stimulant which is very closely analogous to Methylone. It is also considered a substituted amphetamine and can be classes as a methylenedioxyphenethylamine type stimulant.
Though few formal studies have been published, many of this chemical’s properties can be predicted chemically. It should be a powerful empathogen as well as a stimulant. This class of chemicals was developed initially as antidepressants, but they have seen much more unregulated recreational use than as licensed pharmaceuticals. These predictions are largely backed up by anecdotal reports.
BMDP is also a near chemical analogue for the much better known MDMA, and in vitro tests suggest that it probably has roughly the same degree of dopamine and noradrenaline transport inhibition.
What side-effects might BMDP cause?
In the same way as other research chemicals which belong to both the substituted cathinone and amphetamine classes, it causes wakefulness, an increased ability to concentrate, and has a distinct euphoric effect. The active dosage is higher than in MDMA, but BMDP is probably stronger in terms of its serotonin reuptake inhibition. For that reason, many feel is should be modelled as an Amphetamine analogue, not a Methylone analogue.
Is BMDP illegal?
BMDP is not known to be prohibited or banned in any major jurisdictions. It is a relatively new product, and is not yet well known. However, purchasers should take care that it does not fall under a controlled status as an analogue of Methylone or another cathinone derivative.
In this regard, the buyer and importer bears sole responsibility for understanding and complying with their country’s laws, regulations and import standards. DoctorChemistry bears no responsibility for this.
BMDP is sold only as a research chemical. It should never be taken internally, nor allowed into the hands of untrained personnel. It is intended only for in vitro research or other laboratory or forensic use.