Mexedrone (4-mmc-oMe) is an analog of Mephedrone, 4-MMC. Mexedrone emerged upon Mephedrone’s classification as an illegal drug. Mexedrone has a molecular mass of 207.268g/Mol, a molecular formula of C12H17NO2, and a systematic name of 3-methoxy-2-(methyamino)-1-(4-methylphenyl)propan-1-one. Because Mexedrone is such a new compound, information regarding the biochemical properties of Mexedrone is not available.
Mexedrone is in the chemical class cathinone and reacts as such. The physical appearance of Mexedrone is white crystals, but you can buy Mexedrone in the form of crystals or chemically identical powder. Mexedrone is orally administered and has threshold dosages from 50 mg to 100 mg. Mexedrone dosages of 100 mg to 150 mg are witnessed to demonstrate similar effects of Mephedrone. Effects of Mexedrone may persist for 4 to 6 hours.
Mexedrone is a psychoactive drug classified as both stimulatory and an entactogen, which also causes stimulation. It is probable, but not yet proven, that Mexedrone causes an influx of neurotransmitters, resulting in the stimulatory effects of the experience. Neurotransmitters involved in the Mexedrone experience may include dopamine, noradrenaline, and serotonin.
The effects of Mexedrone are 70% of that of its parent compound, Mephedrone. Effects of Mexedrone become more probable in higher dosages, and are physical, cognitive, and auditory in nature. Physical effects of mexedrone include euphoria, sedation, tactile sensation and enhancement, dehydration, increased perspiration, spontaneous sensations, teeth grinding, vibrating vision, and suppressed temperature regulatory abilities. Cognitive effects of Mexedrone include euphoria, and thought acceleration and connectivity. Effects of Mexedrone can also present in the form of auditory enhancements.
Upon consuming Mexedrone, post-stimulation peak effects may occur. Post-stimulation effects of Mexedrone may be negative in nature and include decelerated thoughts and motivation, cognitive fatigue, anxiousness, irritability, depressive mood, and wakefulness. Post-stimulation effects of Mexedrone likely occur due to neurotransmitter depletion, where neurotransmitter supply was exhausted in the stimulation phase of the experience.
Mexedrone is used for chemical research, is sold as research specimen, and is not for human consumption under any circumstances. Mexedrone is also utilized in forensic settings. Mexedrone has not been extensively studied on humans, therefore the toxicity of Mexedrone is unknown. Mexedrone is a psychoactive substance and may have dangerous interactions if used in combination with other substances. Mexedrone is a stimulatory drug. Chronic use of stimulatory drugs may lead to addiction and potential abuse of the drug.