Learn More About Eutylone . Eutylone also known as bk-EBDB or n-ethylbutylone is a stimulant of the Canthinone family. It belongs to a broader group of drugs called Psychoactive Substances (NPS). They are also known as designer drugs, or novel designer drugs or bath salts. reports also suggest that they are taken as MDMA. This makes eutylone looks almost risky because of it’s identical looks to the street MDMA; therefore people who have taken if for MDMA may think it’s weak or have been tampered with making them to take more leading to intense, unpleasant and potentially dangerous drug experience.
Due to it being relatively new there isn’t much knowledge about the required safe dosage with some users reported to have experience mild effect at around 35mg. If a user takes Eutylone thinking its MDMA, there is a greater risk of them unknowingly taking a dangerous amount. Because it is a stimulant, high doses can lead to restlessness and insomnia, and eventually psychosis due to lack of sleep.
Forms of Eutylone
Eutylone is most commonly available as an off-white powder, but it can also come in crystal, rock, capsule, and tablet forms. Testing can help minimize the risk of taking illicit drugs. At Everest Chemicals we have samples of eutylone that are clearly distinguishable from MDMA even by just looking with the eyes therefore without testing you cannot be certain you do not have this substance.
Eutylone shows the characteristic cathinone reactions when reagent tested – orange/yellow change with Marquis, and muddy green/brown with Mandelin.
If a substance contains MDMA, both Marquis and Mandelin reagents will turn black. It is important to note that other cathinones have been found mixed with MDMA, so a positive test result for MDMA does not mean a substance is unadulterated.