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5-MAPB

5-(2-methylaminopropyl)benzofuran (abbreviated 5-MAPB) is a synthetic entactogen of the substituted benzofuran class of chemicals, which are known to produce euphoric, entactogenic, stimulating and mildly hallucinogenic effects. These include such MDA-inspired substances as 5-APB, 6-APB and 5-EAPB, among others. 5-MAPB is the N-methylated form of 5-APB, analogously to how MDMA is the N-methylated form of MDA.

5-MAPB is commonly found as the succinate and hydrochloride salt. The hydrochloride salt is 10% more potent by mass so doses should be adjusted accordingly.

5-(2-methylaminopropyl)benzofuran, or 5-MAPB, is a substituted benzofuran and phenethylamine. It is comprised of an N-methylated ethylamine chain and a furan ring attached to a central benzene ring.

5-MAPB is a triple reuptake inhibitor for the monoamines norepinephrine, dopamine and serotonin as well as being an agonist for the 5-HT2A and 5-HT2B receptors.It has also been speculated that 5-MAPB acts as a releasing agent for the previously mentioned neurotransmitters.

Physical effects
Stimulation
Increased heart rate
Dehydration
Appetite suppression
Nausea
Temporary erectile dysfunction
Increased perspiration

Visual effects
Acuity enhancement

5-MAPB is sold for research purposes only and is not be utilized for any other purposes.