Posted on 24th Sep 2010 @ 1:08 PM
Buckled Bonzi are delighted to announce Methoxetamine, (2-(3-methoxyphenyl)-2-(ethylamino)cyclohexanone), a compound which has previously been unavailable on the commercial chemical market. Whilst it isn't the very first time this compound has been synthesised, it is the first time it has been made available at retail.
After months of research and development, our lab has produced this extremely complex material to an impressive purity of almost 99.2%.
So what is Methoxetamine? Methoxetamine is the trade name for 2-(3-methoxyphenyl)-2-(ethylamino)cyclohexanone.
Essentially it is the 3-methoxy, N-ethyl analogue of 2-(2-chlorophenyl)-2-(methylamino)cyclohexanone which is more commonly known as Ketamine.
As many scientists will know, Ketamine offers a very unique area of laboratory research but alas for a while now has been impossible to acquire legally in the UK without at least a veterinary license.
The following illustration details the structural differences between Methoxetamine and Ketamine:
Please also note that like our other specialised products such as aMT, this compound is not an area of study for inexperienced scientists, and if your laboratory is not equiped with an analytical balance or set of scales capable of weighing 20mg with an minimum accuracy of +- 5mg then DO NOT PURCHASE THIS COMPOUND as you are clearly not equiped for any bonafide laboratory research.
Methoxetamine is currently being produced in large scale by a leading Asian Lab, and will be available from us in the coming weeks.