3-FPM (3-Fluorophenmetrazine), which is also commonly referred to as 3-Fluorophenmetrazine and PAL-593, is a phenylmorpholine-based stimulant and fluorinated analogue of phenmetrazine that has become increasingly popular in the realm of online designer drug sales.
3-FPM (3-Fluorophenmetrazine) Powder is sold for research purposes only and is not be utilized for any other purposes, including, but not limited to, in vivo diagnostic purposes, in foods, in drugs, in medicinal devices, and/or cosmetics for humans and/or animals.
While the positive effects of a substance like this being used recreationally might seem to be intriguing, the negative side effects typically outweigh the positives. In this case, users have found the drug to result in an inability to sleep. They have also reported instances of headaches for quite an extended period of time after ingestion of the substance. An increase in heart rate as well as an increased level of anxiety are also common side effects in this type of drug, and 3-FPM is no exception. Additionally, users have also reported that they have had the urge to redose shortly after the initial stages of ingestion of 3-FPM, which only tended to increase these negative side effects.
Expected Physical effects of 3F-phenmetrazine
The physical effects reported based on subjective effect index and personal experiences of users are stimulation that energizes body, abnormal heart beat, increase in heart rate, appetite suppression, stamina enhancement, dehydration, increase in perspiration, frequent urination, dry mouth, vasoconstriction, increased libido, pupil dilation and teeth grinding.
On administration, it causes stimulation, enhances focus and motivation, accelerates thought, increases wakefulness and produces euphoria. Other cognitive effects this drug imparts includes anxiety, disinhibition, focus and analysis enhancement, increase in motivation, cognitive euphoria, ego inflation, immersion enhancement, increased music appreciation and time distortion. Moreover, the reported after effects are anxiety, cognitive fatigue, depression, irritability, motivation suppression, thought deceleration, wakefulness etc.