SGT-67 is a new legal synthetic cannabinoid related to SGT-263 and SGT-25. Its full name is N- (2-phenylpropan-2-yl)-1-(5-fluoropentyl)-1H-indole-3-carboxamide, though it is perhaps better known as 5-CUMYL-PICA. Its formula is C23H27FN2O. Its IUPAC tag is 1-(5-fluoropentyl)-N-(2-phenylpropan-2-yl)-1H-pyrrolo[2,3-b]pyridine-3-carboxamide.
Pharmacology: SGT-67’s pharmacology has so far been minimally explored, but it is at its core a synthetic cannabinoid of the indazole family. The primary difference between it and its most similar derivative is that the former’s N-adamantyl group has been replaced with an N-cumyl group. It should share 5F-CUMYL-PINACA’s selectivity for the CB1 receptor, but should also agonise the CB2 noticeably.
Similar Compounds: • 5F-SDB-006 • CUMYL-PICA • 5-CUMYL-PINACA • CUMYL-THPINACA • SGT-263 • SGT-25 • SGT-151 • SGT-78 Health and safety advisory: SGT-67 is not known to be a controlled substance in any major jurisdiction, but it may be considered an analogue of SGT-25 which is controlled in a few countries.
SGT-67 is sold as a research chemical, and is not considered safe for human consumption. It should be used only in a laboratory context, as a research chemical.
SGT-67: Indole-3-carboxamides are a class of designer drugs which are known as synthetic cannabinoids. Examples of these include compounds such as 5F-APICA (“STS-135”). SGT-67 (5F-CUMYL-PICA) is with the N-adamantyl group replaced by an N-cumyl group. 5F-C