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Research chemicals have been around for years, but recently there has been a surge in interest by many scientists working both independently and collaboratively. They have discovered interesting new substances being used as medicines without enough toxicity.

Due to the increased interest in this area, more and more people are trying to use these drugs without enough information about their effects. These chemicals are also known as designer drugs because they are designed by chemists who modify the molecular structure of more common illegal substances.

One example of a designer drug is Spice, which was sold as incense (a substance usually used to mask the smell of illegal drugs). Spice refers to a wide number of herbal mixtures that produce experiences similar to marijuana due to the ingredients in the mixture. They found these drugs and then created an entire industry around them, selling them as legal alternatives to illegal substances.

However, most herbal mixtures have a variety of ingredients in them and the effects of these substances on the body are not well documented.

Spice has been criticized for being sprayed with chemicals that could be harmful to users. The long-term consequences of using these drugs are still unknown, but the increased interest in chemicals for research may lead to many new discoveries.

Some of the effects of these drugs include hallucinations, paranoia, nausea, and vomiting. Users can experience the effects immediately when the drug is inhaled or they can wait for up to 45 minutes.

There are many reasons why using these drugs may be dangerous, not only the direct effects of the drug but also because they are often sold as something else which can lead users to purchase other substances that they did not wish to use.

Because these drugs are not regulated, there is no information to determine their purity or strength. Some manufacturers have been caught adding ingredients to their herbal mixtures which can lead to serious complications in users.

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The 2C-E research chemical is also known as 2,5-dimethoxy-4-ethylphenethylamine. It was first synthesized by Alexander Shulgin and has been used as a research tool into the effects of psychoactive drugs on the human body.

It occurs as a colorless or white crystalline solid with a melting point of 181-184 degrees Celsius. It has a chemical formula of C11H17NO2 and its structural formula is as follows:

Its name comes from the abbreviations for 2,5-dimethoxy-4-ethyl phenyl and -ethylamine. It is also known as N-(2,5-dimethoxy-4-ethyl phenyl)-2-methoxyethyl amine due to its structural formula.

A 2C series is a group of psychedelic phenethylamines that is mentioned in Alexander’s book: A Chemical Love Story. The general formula for the members of the 2Cs is that of the letter “C” followed by a numerical multiplier (e.g.: 2C-B) and then followed by an identifying suffix. The first member of the 2Cs is 2C-B which has already been introduced as a research chemical, but little interest is shown in research chemicals as research tools because research chemicals are not considered to be effective research tools. 

2C-E research chemical is the second psychedelic research chemical of the 2Cs and it has many similar effects to other research chemicals in this category, which include stimulation, thinking patterns that are different than normal thought processes, empathy for others, altered sense of time, closed and open eye visuals (necessary conditions for hallucinations), but it also has a few unique research chemical properties which include an increase in heart rate and blood pressure, dizziness, lightheadedness, inability to urinate or control urinary urges.

These research chemicals have been popularized by websites that sell research chemicals because research chemicals are not considered to be effective research tools.

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