2-Fluorodeschloroketamine : Guide

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2FDCK also known as 2-Fl-2′-Oxo-PCM or 2-Fluorodeschloroketamine is a lesser-known dissociative substance of the class arylcyclohexylamines which is known for producing common effects like dissociation, inducing medical anesthesia, and hallucinogenic effects. The structure formed by this substance is closely related to arylcyclohexylamines like ketamine and deschloroketamine which is why it comes as no surprise that the effects caused by this research chemical are also near-identical to the other two. The major use of this chemical is done for its recreational purposes which is why it more known for its “trip” inducing capabilities rather than all the other functions it provides like acting as an antidepressant over small dosages when mixed with other compounds, or how its varying doses can easily induce a medical state of unconsciousness. 2FDCk as its full name suggests is an analogue of ketamine.

The best use for this substance so far has been considered for recreational purposes due to its high tolerance and effects like producing hallucinations or also known as “out of the body” experience (which is also known as “dissociative anesthesia”) but the key factor in determining if this state will be achieved or not still retains on how high the dosage is and whether is it being regulated over a certain time gap or not. These are very rare effects only seen in a few members of the arylcyclohexylamines class which is why 2FDCK is highly in demand. Usually, it is …

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