A-pcyp has to be my least favorite pyro ever. Vapes terribly and the vapors are so caustic it caused the skin on my face to deteriorate. Also has no rush whatsoever. When taken orally, it just made me dysphoric scattered and sick. Of course, everyone responds to different compounds in different ways. Definitely never going near this one again.
Some people prefer this compound to a-pihp, at least I think I enjoy a-pihp, but I know conclusively I hate a-pcyp. We’re all wired a bit differently I guess.
Damn I miss a-pvp and mdpv.
Yeah, you know what? The funny thing is I don’t even know if I really enjoy a-pihp or not in the midst of a binge. It just induces this intense compulsive urge to vape more and more. It feels as if youre on the cusp of euphoria or whatever, but it’s so fleeting and you just keep chasing the your own tail. I think there’s this deep seated euphoric recall in my subconscious that’s linked to mdpv and since it has a similar taste and works via the same mechanism, I keep attempting to reach that same place. However, I never get there though.Yeah it is a shitty recreational drug but very surprisingly a decent functional stimulant at lower doses.
There is nothing functional about a-pihp however. Didn't find much enjoyable about it either though. Definitely compulsive when vaped though. Certainly doesnt hold a candle to a-pvp.
My knowledge of organic chemistry and biochem is limited to a couple of college courses, so I have a tenous grasp on how these compounds operate. You’d think these new analogues/derivatives would improve rather than get shittier and shittier. What’s the deal with that?
It’s a damn shame. Probably not the correct thread for this question, but is anyone familiar with PPAP? It seems to have dissapeared for quite some time, but it’s resurfaced. Is it psychoactive on its own? How is it combined with a-pihp or other stims?It's because in order to make analogues of these compounds additions need to be made (not subtractions), and added bulk can change them in ways that make them unbalanced (i.e, too specific for a certain monoamine transporter).