3-MeO-PCP

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3-MeO-PCP is a dissociative that is more stimulating than drugs like ketamine. It also appears to be more capable of producing psychotic and manic states, particularly at higher doses.

It has a very short history of use, despite having been synthesized in 1979. The first report of its effects came from John Beagle (a member of The Hive) in 1999, who said it was similar to PCP in terms of effects and potency.

Since then, it has only been sold since the late 2000s as a research chemical and there’s still relatively little information on it.

Due to the lack of information, it’s difficult to say how safe the drug is, particularly when used at high doses or used chronically. As such, it’s wise to limit your use, use the lowest possible dose, and avoid combinations.


3-MeO-PCP = 3-Methoxyphencyclidine


Dose

Oral

Light: 3 – 5 mg

Common: 5 – 10 mg

Strong: 10 – 15 mg

Intranasal

Light: 2 – 5 mg

Common: 5 – 8 mg

Strong: 8 – 12 mg


Timeline

Oral

Total: 3 – 5 hours

Onset: 00:20 – 00:40

Intranasal

Total: 2 – 4 hours

Onset: 00:10 – 00:30


Experience Reports

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Test Results

 

 

 

 

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  • Carson Ruge

    Love the new website, sorry about the channel. Keep it up!

    • sethafitzgerald

      Great, I’m glad to hear you like it! The channel issue caught me off guard, but we’re only 24 hours into this site and it’s already turning out to be a positive step for The Drug Classroom.

  • Justin

    I have two questions. Do you have further information on why you were taken down? Was it the Lunesta video? Also what exactly is a dissociative?

    • I contacted YouTube, but they haven’t provided any additional information. I continue to connect the removal of the channel to the Lunesta video because that video was removed just moments before the entire channel. And, that was the first time any video had been taken down.

      A dissociative is a drug which has the ability to disconnect you from your body, environment, and even your self. Rather than altering your environment and perception like psychedelics do, dissociatives (often high doses, not low doses) detach your consciousness from your body and even from other normal cognitive processes.

      So, dissociative drugs can produce intense experiences that unfold before you, but the experiences aren’t really taking place “in” normal reality and they don’t feel the same way as psychedelic experiences.

    • 🐾vorpal🐾

      Dissociative experiences are amongst the most bizarre experiences you can have: lots of deja vu, and depersonalization, possibly with ego death. You can look in the mirror and despite the fact that you know what you will see, you are still shocked to see it because you no longer identify as an individual.

      If you hit the sweet spot, you suddenly get the sense of, “Uh oh… it’s happening again…” and reality becomes incredibly warped. You feel you have created it all and it is an elaborate joke you are playing with yourself, probably because of the elimination of the ego. It also seems like you can see “loose threads” in reality and you just want to tug them to see what will happen, and if everything will fall apart. Suicidal ideation can be quite common, because nothing seems to matter at all and ending the universe feels like a challenge.

      They are nothing like traditional hallucinogens, but far more awesome if you’re drawn to this type of experience, and much more challenging. (In particular, 3-MeO-PCP is very challenging.) Bad trips are common, but they seem to be the most profound and life-altering after the fact. Dissociatives only appeal to a small subset of people, but to those people, they are VERY appealing. (I am obviously one of them, having used various dissociatives thousands of times, from nitrous oxide to DXM to many of the arylcyclohexylamines – i.e. the ketamines, the PCEs, and the PCPs.)

  • 🐾vorpal🐾

    …12 mg is a strong dosage? I’d say it is of 3-HO-PCP, but not 3-MeO-PCP.
    I doubt I would feel barely anything at 12 mg. If you have no tolerance, 25 mg is a strong dose (which is in line with PsychonautWiki dosing guidelines). If you have tolerance, 45 mg is an amazing dosage.

    I used about 45 mg once per day for about a month, and it was an insane experience. I was definitely borderline-psychotic and could have turned out badly, but it didn’t, and was a hell of a lot of fun.

    • PW lists similar intranasal doses, raising the high end to 15 mg rather than 12 and their common dose range is 2 mg different. It’s a drug, which based on the research I did for the content, I preferred to be a little more conservative about. As to tolerance, the dosing on TDC is always for non-tolerant users, unless otherwise specified.

      • 🐾vorpal🐾

        I would genuinely hope that an inexperienced drug user or someone without tolerance would initiate with a high dose.

        Just stating an opinion. Your dosing on, for example, 2C-C seems much more accurate.

  • Cara Donnelly

    I’m not sure if you’ll even see this but it’s worth a shot. My 19 year old son is in the hospital due to taking too much 3MEO PCP. Today is the third day he’s been in the hospital and he’s still hallucinating and not making sense. Yesterday he was finally able to say his name. Today he can recall his name and DOB with quicker response time. He still has not slept. I think he’s been up since Thanksgiving possibly & today is Dec 4th. Today when asked what month we’re in his response was Thanksgiving. Yesterday when asked him how much of the stuff He had done his answer was “a f*** ton”. Today he still is experiencing hallucinations and cannot follow conversation. Today I asked why he did so much of that stuff & he said it was the color of shoes he was wearing. Is my son going to return to normal? What’s the longest this chemical can last? Holy shit!