2,5-dimethoxy-4-chloroamphetamine (DOC) - is a psychedelic substance of the phenethylamine, and amphetamine chemical classes. It was presumably first synthesized by Alexander Shulgin, and was described in his book Pihkal (Phenethylamines I Have Known And Loved)
Doc,is a substituted alpha-methylated phenethylamine, a class of compounds commonly known as amphetamines. The phenethylamine equivalent (lacking the alpha-methyl group) is 2c-c. Doc has a stereo-center and r-(-)-doc is the more active stereoisomer.
Doc, is in our advanced section of research chemicals for very good reasons, the average experiment of doc ranges from 0.5–7.0 mg the former producing threshold effects, and the latter producing extremely strong effects. The onset of the substance is 1–3 hours, after effects can last well into the next day
Unlike simple amphetamines, Doc is considered a research chemical that influences cognitive and perception processes of the brain. The strongest supposed effects include open and closed eye visuals, increased awareness of sound and movement, and euphoria. In the autobiography pihkal, Alexander Shulgin refers to Doc as an "archetypal psychedelic" its presumed full-range visual, audio, physical, and mental effects show exhilarating clarity, and some overwhelming, humbling, and "composting"/interweaving effects.
As with all our chemicals this is not tested and therefore not sold for human consumption. Only very experienced researchers should purchase this chemical and 0.001g scales are a must.
Must be over 18 to purchase.