N-Ethyl-Nor-Hexedrone (Hexen): What We Know



N-ethyl-nor-hexedrone (Hexen) is a stimulant in the cathinone class. It’s only been on the market since ~2015 and little more than anecdotal reports exist about its activity.

It’s become somewhat popular due to its recreational potential. People have turned to the drug as an alternative to methamphetamine, cocaine, alpha-PHP, and alpha-PVP, among other recreational stimulants. It’s most often used via fast-acting routes of administration (e.g. intranasal and inhalation) to maximize its recreational effects.

Though most people are pursuing euphoria when using it, the drug may be used as a productive stimulant at low to common doses.

TDC overview page (with references): https://thedrugclassroom.com/video/n-ethyl-nor-hexedrone-hexen/

Reddit discussion: https://www.reddit.com/r/TheDrugClassroom/comments/7knwk2/nethylnorhexedrone_hexen_what_we_know/
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- Post Time: 12-29-17 - By: http://www.phoenixchem.net