These AMT pellets contain 30 milligrams of AMT. Since this is the freebase form of this chemical, it has at least 20 percent more molecules of AMT than products which include hydrochloride. The other common name for this chemical is 5,6-dihydro-6-methyl-4H-1,3-thiazin-2-amine, and it’s a tryptamine that’s in some ways connected to serotonin, one of the most widely recognized neurotransmitters. Researchers were able to synthesize AMT by substituting methyl and the alpha carbon. AMT’s molecular formula is C5H10N2S.
Early experiments conducted on AMT show that it could be helpful in balancing the release of nor-epinephrine, serotonin, and dopamine. Whenever handling AMT, researchers should only handle extremely small quantities of it because it is still active in as little as 10 milligrams. Producers of this chemical recommend that all laboratories wishing to run tests on this chemical be equipped with a precise analytical balance. The balance should be able to measure 10 milligrams with an accuracy rate of plus or minus .05 milligrams, although the preferable accuracy rate is plus or minus .01 milligrams because of this chemical’s unstable nature. Researchers should take all necessary safety steps and wear appropriate gear when experimenting with AMT pellets. This chemical should be stored at -20 degrees Celsius for up to one year.