Tryptamine Sample Pack 1
Tryptamine Sample Pack 1 contains 6 of the most
tryptamines on the market today (6 x 0,25gr). If you’re interested in learning and experimenting more with
tryptamines but you’re unsure of which one to start with, this is the sample pack for you. In addition we also
offer Tryptamine Sample Pack 2, containing the same tryptamines, only in quantities of 0,5gr each (6 x 0,50gr).
TRYPTAMINE SAMPLE PACK 1 = €138 (€28 saving!). Tryptamine Sample Pack 1 contains 6 of the most exiting tryptamines on the market today (6 x 0,25gr). If you’re interested in learning and experimenting more with tryptamines but you’re unsure of which one to start with, this is the sample pack for you. In addition we also offer Tryptamine Sample Pack 2, containing the same tryptamines, only in quantities of 0,5gr each (6 x 0,50gr).
Tryptamines are potent compounds that are understood to be psychedelic in nature. However, aside from this, they can vary quite a bit in their function. Researchers must work with each individual compound in order to deduce their full potential.
CONTENT TRYPTAMINE SAMPLE PACK 1 (6 X 0,25GR)
- 0,25gr of 4-HO-MET
- 0,25gr of 4-HO-EPT
- 0,25gr of 4-HO-MiPT
- 0,25gr of DPT-HCL
- 0,25gr of 4-HO-DPT
- 0,25gr of 4-AcO-DET
4-HO-MET, also known as methylcybin, metocin, or “schleeb,” is a relatively uncommon psychedelic. 4-HO-MET is chemically related to psilocin, the active ingredient in psilocybin mushrooms also common by the name “magic mushrooms”. Alexander Shulgin first synthesized 4-HO-MET back in 1997.
4-HO-MET stands for 4-hydroxy-N-ethyl-methyltryptamine.
Similar to other psychedelics in this class, 4-HO-MET is believed to exert serotonergic activity as a partial agonist. However, this is mostly conjecture due to similarities between 4-HO-MET and other substituted tryptamines.
4-HO-EPT is also known as 4-hydroxy-N-ethyl-N-propyltryptamine. It’s a relatively unheard of compound and, as such, there are no nicknames for it.
Like other substituted tryptamines, it shares a lot of structural similarity with psilocybin, the active ingredient in psychedelic mushrooms. Psilocybin’s chemical name is actually 4-HO-DMT, and is much more similar in structure to these research chemicals than most people are aware.
Nonetheless, don’t expect the experience to be the same. Researchers report a lot of similarities but it is the differences that set these chemicals apart. Expect a shorter duration of research with 4-HO-EPT.
4-HO-MiPT, or miprocin, is another psilocybin-like tryptamine that has been documented by Alexander Shulgin in his book, TiHKAL. His goal in synthesizing this compound was to produce a synthetic compound that shared similarities with the naturally-occurring psilocybin found in magic mushrooms.
Nonetheless, 4-HO-MiPT remains relatively uncommon if not unpopular. Compared to psilocybin it is less demanding on researchers although it may provide a less intense research experience. For many who find researching psilocybin to be too intense, this is a positive.
DPT HCL (0,25GR)
DPT, or dipropyltryptamine, is a less-popular psychedelic compound. It has been known for many decades but its popularity has failed to reach the levels of its more approachable cousin, DMT.
DPT, or dipropyltryptamine, is referred to as “The Light” by a religious group known as The Temple of the True Inner Light, who revere the substance — synthetic as it may be — as a sacrament hailed from god.
DPT research does share some similarities with DMT, especially in the sense that it is short-acting. Some might say that aspiring researchers will reach the same conclusion in their research, but each compound takes a completely different route in getting there. DPT is said to be much heavier and requires researchers to remain aware of their physical body.
4-HO-DPT is a lesser-known analog of a substance that is itself relatively unpopular: DPT. Both of these chemicals have a tryptamine base and gives rise to the belief that 4-HO-DPT, like other molecules of this class, exerts much of its influence by 5-HT2a receptor stimulation.
4-HO-DPT is not the same as DPT, but it shares a lot of similarities. It is the 4-hydroxyl analog of the base DPT. This chemical change can attribute for a number of effects, changing both the potency and duration of research required.
4-AcO-DET, also known as ethacetin (chemical name 4-acetoxy-N,N-diethyltryptamine), is a relatively unknown psychedelic in this family of chemicals. Unlike most of the other chemicals on this list, which were first synthesized by Shulgin, 4-AcO-DET was actually made by Albert Hofmann in 1958, several years after he discovered LSD.
4-AcO-DET is believed to be hydrolyzed into free phenolic 4-HO-DET, although researchers have not yet confirmed this. Nonetheless, expect the experience to be quite similar to the experience of 4-HO-DET.
WHERE TO BUY THE TRYPTAMINE SAMPLE PACK?
Tryptamine Sample Pack 1 can be purchased here on the Universal chems website. We sell premium quality tryptamines typically in powder form. These are available in different potencies for different research purposes. However, we often have other substance forms available, so feel free to contact us to see if we have your preferred substance form in stock. You must be at least 18 years old to buy the tryptamine sample pack from us.
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