Methcathinone /ˌmɛθˈkæθɪˌnoʊn/ (α-methylamino–propiophenone or ephedrone) (sometimes called “cat” or “jeff” or “catnip” or “M-Cat” or “intash” ) is a monoamine alkaloid and psychoactive stimulant, a substituted cathinone. It is used as a recreational drug due to its potent stimulant and euphoric effects and is considered to be addictive, with both physical and psychological withdrawal occurring if its use is discontinued after prolonged or high-dosage administration. It is usually snorted, but can be smoked, injected, or taken orally.
Methcathinone is listed as a Schedule I controlled substance by the Convention on Psychotropic Substances and the United States‘ Controlled Substances Act, and as such it is not considered to be safe or effective in the treatment, diagnosis, prevention, or cure of any disease, and has no approved medical use. Possession and distribution of methcathinone for the purpose of human consumption is illegal under any/all circumstances in the United States and is either illegal or highly regulated in most jurisdictions worldwide but we bot you covered on on that as we do discreet delivery worldwide with stealth packaging methods.
Methcathinone hydrochloride increases spontaneous rodent locomotor activity., potentiates the release of dopamine from dopaminergic nerve terminals in the brain, and causes appetite suppression..Users can easily forget to consume fluids and a state of thirst and dehydration is apparent.
The effects of methcathinone are similar to those of methamphetamine, initially deemed to be less intense by the inexperienced user, and often more euphoric. The effects have been compared to those of cocaine, since it commonly causes hypertension (elevated blood pressure) and tachycardia (elevated heart rate). Reported effects include:
- Feelings of euphoria
- Increased alertness
- Dilated pupils
- Rapid breathing
- Increased heart rate
- Inability to stop talking
- Increased empathy and sense of communication
- Both decreased and increased sexual function and desire
- Loss of cognitive ability relating to the distinction of relative importance of matters (ie. one might spend days thinking that he or she is being productive but later realize that the activity and/or product was not even necessary)
The effects of methcathinone usually last from four to six hours.