I am a postgraduate researcher studying in Liverpool in the UK. The title of my project is, "an exploration of the concept of
My name's Jacqui McCoy and I'm completing my PhD at the University of Tasmania, Australia. I'm looking to recruit health professionals
My name is Kieran and I'm looking for people who have taken novel psychoactive substances (NPS, aka 'research chemicals' or
So, LC will soon be submitting 3-bromo-4-(1,1-difluoromethoxy)-5-methoxyamphetamine and the corresponding 3-bromo homolog of difluoromescaline, whereLast Post By: creativescience Today, 04:26
Both of these especially the meth version are available by many chemical companies. I've heard N-hydroxy versions of MDMA and other Shulgin compoundsLast Post By: g0to Today, 02:10
from this source; http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/releases/316567.php
im annoyed, they couldnt determine chemicals that can tweak enkephalin
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