Field Dispatch
Citation:   totemist. "Field Dispatch: An Experience with Ethylcathinone (exp99515)". Mar 21, 2013.

300 mg IV Ethylcathinone (powder / crystals)
In regards to background I've been an IV heroin user of some four years and a methadone user for around two years. I'm familiar with many psychoactives from across most chemical groups.

Having seen how few reports there were regarding ethcathinone, I went ahead and ordered some from a reliable vendor.

The first thing to mention is that people with a greater knowledge of biochemistry than I expected ethcathinone to be more of an agonist at norepinephrine than at dopamine receptor sites, which I feel I can confirm. For me this chemical caused tachycardia, hypertension and peripheral nervous system stimulation long before a 'satisfying' dose was reached. Potential users should be aware of this.

I started by insufflating some 10mg, then proceeded to titrate an IV dose up to around a total of 300mg. This chemical is comparable to amphetamine, with less euphoria and an uncomfortable, ephedrine-like spikiness. While an increase in motivation was noticed, it was somewhat difficult to concentrate on a single task due to remarked akathisia.

In a separate experiment I injected a dose of >300mg, during which a resting heart rate of ~120 and hypertension was noted, with an uncomfortable level of stimulation accompanied by diaphoresis and bruxism. Oops.

I imagine any compulsion to redose with this chemical would be moderated by the uncomfortable side effects, but fiends will fiend. I just hope they've got strong hearts.

Expect little sleep, even for a stimulant.



Exp Year: 2013ExpID: 99515
Gender: Male 
Age at time of experience: 24
Published: Mar 21, 2013Views: 6,200
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