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What is 4-ACO-DIPT
4-Acetoxy-DiPT is a synthetic psychedelic tryptamine. It is relatively uncommon and has only a short history of human use
But 4-aco-dipt was patented and then largely forgotten, until it reappeared in the 1990s rave scene as a new designer drug. Then in 1999, professor and psychedelic scientist David E. Nichols tried to put it on the map as a safe and cost-effective alternative to psilocybin. Because it’s much easier (and cheaper) to synthesize. Yet, more than 20 years later, there still haven’t been any clinical studies on the safety, toxicity, or potential efficacy of O-acetylpsilocin, despite its rising popularity among psychonauts.
Today, psilacetin is comes in the form of a brown or off-white powder (technically a fumarate salt) that can be taken orally or intranasally in micro-doses or more, depending how hard you want to trip—which, depending on how many milligrams one takes, can resemble the effects of mushrooms or DMT, causing many to speculate that 4-AcO has psychedelic properties of its own.
Psilacetin Side Effects?
According to my survey data, psilacetin side effects resemble those of psilocybin. For instance, nausea on the come-up is common, especially if users had some food in their stomachs. Like with mushrooms, it’s best to fast for a few hours before consumption in order to avoid stomach upset. Interestingly, many report the nausea subsided and a body euphoria with pain relieving effects took over, especially after the peak. In fact, the nausea seems to be less intense than with mushrooms for some folks, and many have speculated the reason is that there’s no mushroom material to digest, like chitin, the protein that makes up the cell walls of fungi.
The other two most common negative side effects folks reported in the survey was frequent urination (coupled with thirst) and getting the chills or feeling cold (especially on the come-up), no matter what the temperature in the room is.
Is 4-acetoxy-dipt Legal?
The legality of 4-acetoxy-dipt is somewhat complicated and exists in a legal grey area in many countries. That’s because 4-AcO is not included in any international drug schedules, such as the UN Convention on Psychotropic Substances. In the United States, 4-AcO is unscheduled, but if you’re caught with the off white powder, there’s still a chance you could be charged under the Federal Analogue Act. A section of the Controlled Substances Act that allows any compound that is “substantially similar” to a Schedule I or II substance to be prosecuted. With this it’s meant for human consumption. And so, because psilacetin is an analogue of psilocin, a Schedule I substance, the manufacture, distribution or possession could be a punishable offense. Although, according to the Third Wave, “Prosecutions are practically unheard of.”
In Canada, there is no legislation for or against 4-AcO, and so it’s pretty easy to buy the substance online. A handful of countries have also decriminalized 4-AcO-dipt still be fined, while more serious actions like deportation have been reported, as well for small personal use possession, but that still doesn’t make it legal; it can still be confiscated and you can
List of countries that have banned 4-AcO-dipt in some way:
- New Zealand