3-CMC sold as mephedrone
A sample declared as mephedrone (4-MMC) did not contain mephedrone, but 3-CMC (3-chloromethcathinone, clophedrone) and iso-3-CMC.
3-CMC is a New Psychoactive Substance (NPS). Little information is available on the risks, side effects and long-term consequences of 3-CMC. It is assumed that 3-CMC has a high neurotoxic effect. The chemical structure is similar to 3-MMC and mephedrone and is often marketed on the internet as a mephedrone substitute. Iso-3-CMC is an isomer of 3-CMC and is most likely produced during the manufacturing process to 3-CMC. Completely unknown is the effect as well as the interaction potential with 3-CMC. Consumption of this sample therefore poses an additional, unknown health risk.
Due to the lack of scientific studies on 3-CMC and iso-3-CMC as well as the potentially neurotoxic effect of 3-CMC, we advise against consumption!
False declarations also occur time and again with powders and crystalline samples; 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.
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