This video articulates the gist of the following: Methoxetamine, abbreviated as MXE, is a dissociative hallucinogen that has been sold as a designer drug. It differs from many dissociatives such as ketamine and phencyclidine (PCP) that were developed as pharmaceutical drugs for use as general anesthetics in that it was designed specifically for recreational use. Methoxetamine (MXE) is a dissociative drug, which means it causes people to feel separated or detached from their body or physical environment. Dissociatives are similar to psychedelics, they can cause hallucinations and other changes in thoughts, emotions and consciousness. A white powder, chemically related to dissociative anaesthetics like ketamine and PCP, with similar effects. The name MXE stands for methoxetamine, or its full name, 2-(3-methoxyphenyl)-2-(ethylamino) cyclohexanone. MXE is a drug from the arylcyclohexylamines family of compounds. Arylcyclohexylamines also include ketamine and PCP, which are two drugs that have been around for decades and have been used for anesthesia in humans and animals. In contrast, MXE is a much more recently developed substance, which has been specifically developed and used as a recreational drug. MXE differs from ketamine on a molecular level. Initial reports indicate that despite its semi-legal status, MXE has longer-lasting and more intense effects than ketamine. There have not been any formal studies to demonstrate exactly how MXE works, but it is assumed to work in the same way that ketamine does by affecting the brain's neurotransmitters and acting on their receptors. In addition to glutamate and aspartate one of the neurotransmitters thought to be affected is dopamine, which is associated with feelings of euphoria, and has a role in many addictions, including substance use disorders. Given the fact that it has only emerged as a recreational drug in the last decade, very little is known about how to manage the medical consequences of the drug, making it a risky substance to take. Also Known As: Methoxetamine is also known as MXE, m-ket (sometimes written as m ket), k max, k-maxx, kmaxx), mexxy (sometimes written as mexy, mexxi), mexxiem, mkat, mxxe, methoxatamine, methoxetimine, and methoxetamin. Drug Class: MXE is an arylcyclohexylamine. It's classified as a dissociative hallucinogen. Common Side Effects: MXE can cause increased energy, euphoria, auditory and visual hallucinations, disassociation (m-hole), severe ataxia, nystagmus. There are several ways that people take MXE. Some take it orally or sublingually (under the tongue). Some take it by nasal insufflation or snorting it into the nose. It can also be inserted into the rectum, where it's absorbed into the bloodstream, or injected into a muscle. Like other psychoactive drugs, the MXE high is described as pleasurable and includes stimulant, relaxant, and dissociative effects. But MXE also has unpredictable and intense side effectsโparticularly with higher dosesโthat are extremely unpleasant both physically and psychologically.
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