Another Halogenated derivative of MPH (4fmph)
This drug was first synthesized in 1996 as a potential treatment for cocaine addiction. Taken orally or snorted with potent, long-lasting stimulant effect, likely habit-forming properties as well as an unknown toxicity profile.
Strongly recommended proper harm reduction practices if choosing this substance.
4FMPH has extremely short history of recreational use with no on street sales documentation.
Initially developed as a replacement for ethylphenidate, which became illegal in the United Kingdom on April 2015. Shortly after, it recently became made available for sale on the online gray market as a research chemical for global distribution.
Interestingly, they are sold online, in gas stations, or convenience stores. People who aren’t familiar with the drug culture may not understand how these potentially dangerous drugs can be sold mainly over-the-counter. Enterprising drug dealers and black-market chemists will label synthetic drugs and research chemicals as “not for human consumption.” By labeling them as such, manufacturers can avoid regulation from the FDA and other government authorities.
Though mind-altering doesn’t mean it is safe to use. Synthetic drugs are potent and powerful than the original drugs they emulate. Synthetic drugs different chemicals not tested for human consumption. These drugs can have several adverse effects on users and also come with a risk of addiction. Also, synthetic and research chemical drug abuse accounts for 1000 hospitalization. And as such, dozens die from the effects. Some of the most common and severe impacts of synthetic drug use.