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What is AMT?
AMT is a lesser-known substance with a psychedelic effect that falls into the tryptamine class of research chemicals.
The substance was first synthesized in the 1960s by Upjohn and was prescribed for a short time as an antidepressant in the Soviet Union. It was prescribed in small doses under the name Indopan.
The structure of tryptamine is similar to that of the amino acid tryptophan. Tryptamine is found in plants, mammals and humans.
In addition, tryptamine is the basic structure for the substituted tryptamines.
In terms of operation, not much is known about AMT, so we recommend that you read carefully before you decide to use AMT and that you adhere to all safety regulations.
Are you experimenting with this substance for the first time? Then start with a low dose to be sure whether AMT has the desired effect on your research.
Synonyms α-Methyltryptamine , Indopan
Cas number 51553-17-4
Purity 98.0 % min.