2-MMC sold as 3-MMC
One sample declared as 3-MMC did not contain 3-MMC but 2-MMC.
2-MMC (2-methylmethcathinone) is a rather new NPS (New Psychoactive Substance) and a cathinone of the amphetamine group. There is no reliable information about its risks, toxicity, side effects and long-term consequences. 2-MMC is often marketed on the Internet as a mephedrone (4-MMC) or 3-MMC substitute. According to user reports, the effect of 2-MMC tends to be compared with 2-FA or amphetamine (performance-enhancing and stimulating), which is why many users have experienced a somewhat different effect than expected. Thus, in case of a false declaration as in this case, the risk increases that a high dose of 2-MMC is consumed unintentionally.
Due to the lack of scientific studies on 2-MMC and we strongly advise against consumption!
With powders and crystalline samples, false declarations occur again and again; it is therefore essential to have these tested before consumption!
Have your substances tested in a Drug Checking
If you do not have the possibility to have substances analysed, always test a small amount to avoid overdoses.
Wait and see
Wait 2 hours after oral intake, as there are always powders / crystals in circulation with unexpected active ingredients, which can have a later onset of action.
Always use your own sniffing utensils when applying powders nasally (sniffing) to avoid infecting yourself or others with diseases.
If you are in possession of a substance that does not appear on this page, this in no way means that it contains the expected ingredient or that it should be safe. The warnings we publish only refer to the substances listed in our Drug Checking offers, these substances pose a high risk of consumption and should not be consumed. A substance may have the same visual appearance (shape, size, colour, etc.) and yet have different ingredients or a different composition. There is no drug use without risk! Only a complete renunciation of drugs is risk-free! If you still decide to use drugs, you should at least follow the safer use rules.