5C-ABP is a synthetic analogue of 5F-AB-Pinaca (5F-ABP), and like that chemical is an indazole type synthetic cannabinoid. This entire family of research chemicals was developed by Pfizer in the late 2000s as a line of potential medical analgesics.
As its chemical ancestry would suggest, 5C-ABC is believed to be a potent agonist of both the CB1 and CB2 cannabinoid receptors in the human nervous system.
DOES 5C-ABP HAVE ANY KNOWN SIDE-EFFECTS?
There is very little formal data available for 5c-ABP, but there is a great deal known about indazole synthetic cannabinoids in general. It is possible to hypothesize with some degree of reliability that 5C-ABP users would experience a substantial euphoric experience, as well as relief of minor aches and pains.
Anecdotal evidence suggests that there is a sedative effect at higher dosages, and there has been some reported use of this material as a sleep aid. Of course, such use is not recommended, and violates DoctorChemistry’s Terms and Conditions.
SIMILAR COMPOUNDS TO 5C-ABP
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IS 5C-ABP LEGAL?
5C-ABP is not known to be outlawed or controlled in any major world country. However, it should be noted that many countries such as the US, the UK and parts of Europe are beginning to control or ban large groups of chemicals as analogies of other controlled substances. 5F-AB-PINACA is a controlled substance in many countries, and5C-ABP could potentially fall under such a ‘blanket ban’.
In any case, it is the customer’s responsibility to determine the laws, policies and regulations regarding the importation of research chemicals into their location. DoctorChemistry bears no responsibility for this, and does not undertake to know the laws in your jurisdiction.
Once again 5C-ABP is sold as a research chemical only, and is not suitable for human, animal or in vivo use. It is intended for use in equipment calibration, the establishment of reference samples, and for in vitro experimentation. Any other use violates DoctorChemistry’s Terms and Conditions.