Camfetamine - N-methyl-3-phenyl-norbornan-2-amine
This chemical is fairly new, and it’s an analog of fencamfamine, the well-known appetite suppressant, which is also very well-known in research circles. Camfetamine is the N-methyl homolog of fenfamfamine, and it is also known by its formal name of N-methyl-3-phenyl-norbornan-2-amine and as CFA. Currently this chemical’s production is limited to a single laboratory. The Camfetamine name is trademarked, so only retailers authorized by the Association of Independent Research Chemical Retailers are allowed to sell it.
Camfetamine is known to be a stimulant, although researchers have not yet pinned down most of its characteristics and effects. Because this chemical is so new, it presents unique opportunities for researchers to explore its use. It appeared on the market after many bath salt products were banned. A team of experienced pharmacologists spent about six months developing Camfetamine, and the chemical’s effect is expected to be similar to the effects of amphetamines and their analogs.
This product is designed purely for research applications and not for human consumption. Researchers who do decide to experiment with this chemical should take appropriate safety measures to protect themselves and their laboratory. All appropriate safety equipment should be worn, including chemical resistant gloves, goggles, and a mask.
- OK Review by girofantasy
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