The structural signature of the substituted cathinone class of compounds is a phenethylamine backbone with an alkyl group of various lengths at the alpha carbon adjacent to the nitrogen and a ketone in the beta position. The cathinones are a beta-keto analogue of amphetamines. Ethyl hexedrone is a structural analogue of the substituted cathinone hexedrone.
The substitution of the nitrogen with an ethyl group increases the potency of ethyl hexedrone by a factor of three compared to its chemical relation. It is hypothesised that ethyl hexedrone is a noradrenaline-dopamine reuptake inhinitor like the cathinones MDVP and alpha PVP. There are no scientific studies confirming its status as a noradrenaline dopamine ruptake inhibitor.
Ethyl hexedrone is yet another member of the large family of compounds known as substituted cathinones. It goes by alternative names “hexen” and “n-ethyl-hexedrone”. It was first synthesised in the 1960s by Boerhringer Ingelheim, but only became widely known as a “research chemical” as of 2015. It is suffice to say then that little information exists on this compound with such a short history of human use.
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These products are currently marketed throughout the U.S., but many states have already banned them. More than half of our 50 states now have laws in place prohibiting distribution and possession of these highly dangerous drugs, which no doubt drives their sale and use “underground.” The street name given to this collection of synthetic stimulants includes bath salts, plant food or stain remover. The drugs are often marketed as Ivory Wave, Purple Wave, Fine China, White Girl, and Bliss.
Poison control centers in the U.S. are reporting an alarming increase in calls about these powerful stimulants-a good sign of the popularity this menace enjoys, and it highlights the ignorance of the population of the dangers involved with their use. The drugs may be found in powder or tablet form and may be ingested, snorted or injected. Zane Horowitz, MD, an emergency room physician and medical director of the Oregon Poison Center, noted that health care providers have no way to identify these drugs through common testing procedures. Physicians must rely on the victim telling them just what they had taken.