Novel Psychedelic Compounds, from 4-AcO-DMT to 2C-I
DoubleBlind Mag: Issue 5
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On his own, legendary chemist Alexander “Sasha” Shulgin discovered, synthesized, and analyzed more than 230 psychoactive compounds, including MDMA (which he synthesized and popularized decades after a German pharmaceutical company formulated it in 1912), as well as compounds of the 2C family, such as 2C-B (which is often compared to a hybrid of MDMA and magic mushrooms). For decades, underground chemists and devout psychonauts have also tinkered with mind-bending substances and used themselves as guinea pigs to chronicle the bizarre, divine, and sometimes outright terrifying on message boards like Reddit and Erowid, the digital encyclopedia of psychedelic reports. Today, dozens of scientists are continuing this work, creating novel psychedelics as potential mental health treatments. Chemist Del Potter is one of them. In this webinar, he’ll discuss how new psychedelics are created, as well as introduce us to some of the more obscure analogs that have long graced the underground.