Methoxetamine Research Studies

Methoxetamine is a research chemical also known as MXE is derived from ketamine using synthetic substances which also has the same structural features of 3-MeO-PCP and phencyclidine. Methoxetamine has been studied in forensic and scientific laboratories that have found it is in the psychoactive class under dissociative and the chemical class of arylcyclohexylamine.
Studies performed using rats showed that this research chemical was very similar in action to ketamine as it inhibited the reuptake of dopamine and was a receptor antagonism. It is believed to be longer lasting than ketamine with stronger effects but also showed weaker anesthetic and analgesic effects.

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