5F-AKB-48 (also known as 5F-APINACA) is an indazole-based synthetic cannabinoid that acts as a designer drug.
5F-AKB-48, or 5F-APINACA is a synthetic cannabinoid drug containing a substituted indazole group. This indazole moeity is substituted at R1 with a fluoropentyl chain, a substitution shared with 5F-PB-22.And the indazole is substituted at R3 with a carboxamide group. This group is N-substituted at its terminal amine group with an adamantane group. This group consists of four fused cyclohexane rings in a unique structure called a diamondoid. 5F-AKB-48 is an analog of STS-135 in which the core indole structure is substituted with an indazole base.
5F-AKB-48 or 5F-APINACA experience(effects)
5F-APINACA was first made in South Korea.It is expected to be a potent agonist of the CB1 receptor and CB2 receptor.Its metabolism has been described in literature.
Structurally 5F-APINACA closely resembles cannabinoid compounds from patent WO 2003/035005 but with a 5-fluoropentyl chain on the indazole 1-position, and 5F-AKB-48 falls within the claims of this patent, it is very similar to the corresponding pentanenitrile and 4-chlorobutyl compounds.
5F-AKB-48 or 5F-APINACA review
5F-AKB-48 is known to be a synthetic cannabinoid as well as an analogue of AKB48.Since 5F-AKB-48 is an analogue of AKB48 and has close resemblances we can use the research performed on this chemical to learn more about 5F-AKB-48. The major difference is that 5F-AKB-48 has a fluoro atom attached. No major studies have been released at this time for 5F-AKB-48. There is nearly none information regarding the pharmacology of this compound within the scientific literature. And it is available for sale as a grey area research chemical through us
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