Discussion in 'Research Chemicals' started by blinkKDX, Oct 17, 2006.
does anyone have any experience with 4-methylaminorex?
EUPHORIA - Well, someone took Pemoline, twisted it around a little bit and
put a whole lot of pleasure into the equation. This might be a Dangerous
drug! There are lot of different things that seem to happen with Euphoria.
The first time I took it (40 milligrams - I've learned since that 25 mg. is
considered your basic dose) I got really charged up. This is definitely a
High and it comes on suddenly (about 45 minutes after ingestion). My first
response upon coming on to it was an experience of an intense rush of
perceived personal power. I found myself goosestepping down the busy Berkeley
streets thinking about how good I felt, how successful I was destined to be,
and knowing that the world was my oyster. After about 15 minutes of this as
I found myself leaping down the BART escalator, I had to tell myself to slow
down for fear that I would be completely drained later on. Although I didn't
really slow down at all during this experience, I did bring myself into a
somewhat more humane mindset and I spent the subway ride having an almost
methoxylated amphetamine (MDMA, MDA, etc.)-type ideations. In other words, I
wasn't just feeling good about myself, I was feeling good about most
everybody else. The world was everybody's oyster.
Arriving at my office, I immediately found myself doing organizational work
at about three times the normal rate with far more self-assurance and fewer
mistakes than usual. Simultaneously, I was entertaining perspectives on the
nature of my true will and making important phonecalls which I had put off
for some time. I did about thirty hours worth of work in about ten hours. I
literally could not stop. I tried to make myself take a break for about ten
minutes. Within a minute, I found my hand going into a drawer to pull out
another file which needed reorganizing. Believe me, this is very unusual
behavior. I hate organizational work.
This all might sound like the first blushes of an amphetamine high, but
he emotional overtones and the mentation under this substance is of a softer
and more inwardly whole (less alienated) quality. As I've already indicated,
the Euphoria high seems to have a slight methoxylated amphetamine quality to
it. All in all, this was a very powerful experiencing of clarity,
self-assurance and cognitive ability. The following day, I experienced the
same sort of effects at about one-third the intensity. There was no burnout
at all in aftermath.
Subsequent experiments have shown Euphoria to be predictable as an effective
tool for organizing binges, brainstorming sessions and radio talk-show
appearances. It also seems to induce ongoing personal growth in terms of
clarity of personal will. (I've received three other testimonies in this
same direction.) As a writing tool, I've found Euphoria to be variable. It
seems that verbal acuity comes on strong but the verbal circuits burn out
quickly from intensity of use and one has to move on to less verbally
oriented tasks. In other words, this is generally good for creative flashes
and outlining grand syntheses but not too good for actual completion of
written work. It gives one an impatience for minutiae and the kind of
careful faceting that it takes to bring a work to completion. In terms of
appreciation and comprehension of aesthetics and information, this seems the
opposite of its close cousin Pemoline. The accessing mode favored is
visual. One wants to explore a painting or photograph or watch a movie
rather than read a book.
My only complaint about Euphoria is that it lasts 16 hours, which feels
about 4 hours too long. In two of my five experiences, the last four hours
were spent feeling slightly "headachy" and weary, although there was still
no burnout following sleep. I would say, at this point, that Euphoria should
not be used more often than once a week since it is so powerful and so much
energy is expended in the experience. This is easily the most Fun of the
intelligence increasers and, as such, is probably the most likely to be
very interesting report- thanks for sharing!
that was a report found on another board.
surely, you've tried the erowid vaults right?
yup, i have learned about it. posted before searching first. lesson learned and wont happen again.
longer lasting than meth.... thats strong stuff.
That sounds curious but seems to have been illegal for some time.
It sounds like too much of a good thing!
'tis never a good thing to unleash upon the taxpaying public a stimulant with cognitive enhancing properties - the horror - just think of the children - what if, what if - they may start thinking for themselves, and as the case with sychedelics this is the road to salvational ruination and moral degradation, a decrease in consumptive trends in alc and 'baccy, hell i say this is, n'est ce pas?
thus we must - and quickly so - enact, legislate, prohibit, blacklist, demonise and witchhunt those that would think other thoughts for thinking is domain of those that would, not those that would pay...
it is almost too much of a good thing, but what the reports say about it being so clear headed, and being able to come up with answers on problems they would have not been able to figure out is just really cool. meth on the other hand seems to fog the mind from what I has read
Does anyone have any new information or experience reports to add on this chemical? I'm amazed that this chemical seems to have died such a death given that it is an extremely strong and long-lasting stimulant. Is this the result of the incredibly tight legal restrictions placed on it, or simply Research Chemical manufacturers moving on to greener pastures? I'd imagine the aminorex derivatives are neglected because of analog law in the US.
Perhaps some of those here with a grey hair or two might have some recollections of this Research Chemical being sold as a party drug in the 80s under catchy names like 'U4Euh'? This must be one of the earliest stimulant RCs. With the recent boom in the cathinones market, now seems as good a time as any to reflect on it. Maybe mephedrone wasn't the first Research Chemical stimulant craze, and maybe 20 years from now mephedrone will be confined to the history books just as this one seems to be?