Category: Arylcyclohexylamines

3'-Me-PCPy is a somewhat obscure derivative of the standard PCP molecule and has a varied arsenal of pharmacological effects. Find out what those are here.

3-Methyl-PCP is a PCP analog that has only just recently been identified, and precisely due to its novelty, very little is known about this particular compound

MXPr is a structural analog of the massively popular MXE, but is it a worthy successor? In this article, we'll be taking a look at MXPr and breaking down its profile.

Often compared to ketamine and MXE, MXiPr is one of the most recent substances to come out of research chemical labs. It’s still largely shrouded in mystery.

A dissociative anesthetic with potential antibacterial medical applications, DCK is a ketamine analog sold as a designer drug.

Not much is known about 3'F-PCP, as it never caught on in internet psychonaut circles. In this article, however, we'll break down the available information.

Producing dissociative, hallucinogenic, and euphoric effects, 3'-Cl-PCP is another in a long line of novel substances of the arylcyclohexylamine class.

A fluorine analog of the popular dissociative ketamine, 2-FDCK, is a recent emergence in the designer drug world. Learn all about it in this handy article.

Arylcyclohexylamines are a class of hallucinogenic substances that produce feelings of dissociation & depersonalization. Learn about PCP, ketamine, & more.