6-APB

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6-APB is a stimulant and entactogen that’s similar in structure to MDA. It provides effects that are reminiscent of those provided by MDA and MDMA.

Compared to MDMA, 6-APB tends to offer more visual effects and a stronger psychedelic feel. It’s usually said to be at least as entactogenic.

Due to a lack of information about the drug, it’s hard to say how safe it is, especially with long-term use. Common doses don’t appear acutely dangerous for healthy people. Overdoses certainly can occur and they may feature paranoia, anxiety, headache, agitation, and hypertension.

6-APB has only been used since ~2010.


6-APB = Benzo Fury (Benzofury); 6-(2-aminopropyl)benzofuran


Dose

Oral

Light: 40 – 80 mg

Common: 80 – 100 mg

Strong: 100+ mg


Timeline

Oral

Total: 6 – 12 hours

Onset: 00:45 – 01:30


Experience Reports

Erowid



References

(2015) Pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics and toxicology of new psychoactive substances (NPS): 2C-B, 4-fluoroamphetamine and benzofurans.

(2013) Acute psychosis associated with recreational use of benzofuran 6-(2-aminopropyl)benzofuran (6-APB) and cannabis.

(2013) Recreational use of 1-(2-naphthyl)-2-(1-pyrrolidinyl)-1-pentanone hydrochloride (NRG-1), 6-(2-aminopropyl) benzofuran (benzofury/ 6-APB) and NRG-2 with review of available evidence-based literature.

(2012) Neurochemical Profiles of some novel psychoactive substances

(2012) The Characterization of 6-(2-Aminopropyl)benzofuran and Differentiation from its 4-, 5-, and 7-Positional Analogues


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