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Proscaline Microdose (Mescaline Analogue)



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For sale: microdose (Mescaline) An analog microdosing kit could be beneficial for treating addiction, depression, PTSD, stress, anxiety, and trauma. Flowchart, libido, creativity, empathy, compassion, social relations, confidence, and self-esteem are other benefits of proscaline.

  • 100mL
  • 200mg Proscaline
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    What is Proscaline?

    Proscaline is a psychoactive compound of the phenethylamine class. This synthetic drug is closely related to more popular mescaline and causes similar effects.


Make sure the bottle is kept out of children’s and pets’ reach and in a cool, dark place.
Even at lower dosages, 4-ACO-DMT, 1P-LSD, and proscaline are extremely potent substances. Make sure your Proscaline bottles are stored in a safe place where kids or pets cannot get to them. A measuring cup and 200 milligrams of proscaline diluted with 100 milliliters of distilled water make up the kit. Proscaline microdoses typically range from 2 to 4 grams or from 4 to 8 grams. Before utilizing the contents, make sure to give the bottle a good shake.
Note: This product is solely sold for research reasons and Deadhead Chemist makes no claims about its potential to treat any medical illnesses, including mental health issues. It is not offered for human consumption alone or for use in veterinary medicine.
Proscaline, sometimes referred to chemically as 3,5-dimethoxy-4-propyloxyphenethylamine, is a kind of phenethylamine in which an amino group (-NH2) is connected to a phenyl ring via an ethyl chain. Proscaline is composed of two functional groups: an additional propyloxy group at carbon R4 in the phenyl ring and CH3O-, a functional group attracted to carbon atoms R3 and R5. Since proscaline is the 4-propyloxy analog of mescaline, it differs from escaline, another related molecule, in having an extra carbon atom on its alkyloxy group.
The Hungarian psychologist and chemist Stephen Szára conducted the first scientific investigation into the psychoactive effects of DMT in the mid-1950s using volunteer subjects. Szára had turned to DMT after his request for LSD from the Swiss business Sandoz Laboratories was denied on the grounds that the potent psychoactive could be dangerous in the hands of a communist government. Szára eventually worked for the United States National Institutes of Health.
Unless it is coupled with a monoamine oxidase inhibitor, such as harmaline, a reversible inhibitor of monoamine oxidase A (RIMA), DMT is typically not active when taken orally.[4]Unless the dosage beyond the body’s monoamine oxidase metabolic capacity, oral DMT does not have a hallucinogenic effect since it is rapidly metabolized by the body in the absence of a monoamine oxidase inhibitor. Other methods of ingesting the drug, such as vaping, injecting, or inhaling it, can cause strong hallucinations that last for a brief period of time—typically less than thirty minutes—because the DMT enters the brain before the body’s natural monoamine oxidase has a chance to breakdown it. Before vaporizing or injecting DMT, taking an MAOI lengthens and improves the


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