N-Ethylhexedrone, also more commonly known as Hexen, N-Ethyl-nor-hexedrone, and NEH, is a synthetic stimulator of the cathinone chemical class. This type of drug is principally an active constituent of the khat plant and is constituted of a phenethylamine core with an alkyl group attached at the alpha carbon and an oxygen group attached to the beta carbon. These can also be modified in various ways to create hundreds of different compounds.
Those looking to buy N-Ethylhexedrone are typically intending to use it in various research fields as a research chemical. Common areas of research for drugs similar to this include Neuroscience and Forensic Science. They also have heavy use applications in the field of Mass Spectrometry.
More technical information for this chemical substance includes:
Psychoactive Class: Stimulant
Chemical Class: Cathinone
Systematic Name: 2-(ethylamino)-1-phenylhexan-1-one
While the intention of this drug is for research purposes, many have begun buying and selling this substance for recreational purposes. As with many designer drugs around today, there is little scientifically known about the effects N-Ethylhexedrone can have on human subjects. However, some commonly observed effects include stimulation effects, tactile enhancement, appetite suppression, as well as stamina enhancement. Users find themselves to have heightened energy for a period of time after use of this drug. They have also noted having pleasurable spontaneous physical sensations, which have been described as pleasant tingling sensations on various areas of the body.