3-Fluorophenmetrazine (also called 3F-Phenmetrazine, 3-FPM or PAL-593) is a stimulant substance of the chemical class phenylmorpholine. It is a fluorinated structural analogue of phenmetrazine, a once popular stimulant that was clinically used as an appetite suppressant (weight loss agent) in Europe in the 1950s before being subsequently withdrawn due to misuse problems and addiction.
Very little data exists on the pharmacological properties, metabolism and toxicity of 3-FPM in humans. It has no history of human use until 2014, when it began to be sold as a research chemical by online sellers.The effects of 3-FPM are very stimulation oriented, it is very little euphoric and almost not empathogenic , because it does not act on serotonin, which characterizes empathogens, the effects are concentrated on dopamine and norepinephrine, it gives a stimulating effect quite “clean” without trooop side effects compared to empathos, and trippant effects, so very functional to summarize …I’ve never tasted the phenidates, but apparently it’s a bit of the same kind of effects, functional, cognitive stimulants , no tripping effects, no troooop suitable for recreational use, even though it’s all people, a long-term consumption that empties considerably less serotonin reserves, fewer side effects of any kind related to seroto compared to empathos etc …
Despite being a popular abusable prescription drug until the mid 1970s phenmetrazine (referred to as PM herein) has never been sold publicly on modern black markets and as a result no reports have ever been submitted to Erowid. Perhaps more surprising given the fast-moving nature of the novel substance market is that no other analogues of phenmetrazine have been seen and 3-FPM was not publicly sold until October 2014.
From what information can be gathered about the parent compound it appears that the addition of fluorine has minimally changed the original compound. 3-FPM appears to be a similarly functional stimulant with a similar dosage range.
The duration does appear to be increased slightly and there is suggestion that protracted (“binge”) dosing can keep sleep at bay for considerably longer than would otherwise be expected. This is not surprising given that a possible metabolite would be 3F-ephedrine and the resistance to metabolism conferred by fluorine would cause both this and 3-FPM to hang around longer. In addition to this, and not unusually for a functional stimulant, there appears to be a “ceiling effect” whereby after a certain level the desirable effects are not significantly increased by taking more, but the desire to redose and negative side effects are strengthened. Given that phenmetrazine is a releasing agent and 3-FPM is so closely related it is very reasonable to assume that its action is exerted as a dopamine/norepinephrine releasing agent (NDRA).
3-FPM’s full chemical name is 3-fluorophenmetrazine. It is also known as 3-FPH and PAL-593. The substance’s name in IUPAC is 2-(3-fluorophenyl)-3-methylmorpholine(3-fluorophenmetrazine) and the chemical formula is C11H14FNO. 3-FPM is based on phenylmorpholine and is an analogue of phenmetrazine. A similar substance is 3-methoxyphenmetrazine. In neutral conditions 3-FPM consists of white crystals. You can also see it in the form of 3-FPM powder.
Effects of 3-FPM
3-FPM, when used on humans, acts as a stimulant. It increases the levels of serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine in the brain, which results in a higher heart rate, increased energy, more stamina and increased libido. There are very few side-effects which makes 3-FPM a safe substance to use in laboratory work. Doses larger than 70 milligrams are considered dangerous. 3-FPM makes the nervous system more active and increases the physiological functions of the organism.
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3-fluorophenmetrazine (3-FPM) belongs to phenylmorpholine chemical class that specifically exhibited stimulant properties. It is a synthetic chemical molecule of amphetamine family. In literature, it was previously being recognized as “PAL-593” so a lot of information on this drug can be retrieved using the old name. This substance is structurally analogous to a popular phenmetrazine, which in 1950’s in Europe was popularly being utilized for its stimulant and weight-loss (marketed as “appetite suppressant”) characteristics. But as the concern over addiction and other misuse potential arises, this substance was withdrawn from market.
As it belongs to amphetamine family having alpha-methylated phenethylamines, this phenethylamine core which contains a phenyl ring is attached to an amino group (-NH2) through an ethyl chain with an additional methyl substitution at R. On R3 position of the phenyl ring, the fluorine atom is attached, that is why the 3-FPM is called as a fluorinated derivative of phenmetrazine. The amphetamine skeleton, in part, is incorporated into a morpholine ring. While on R2 position of this chain, an oxygen group is attached. Through an ethyl chain, this oxygen group is linked to the terminal amine of the amphetamine chain to form a morpholine group.
Due to its dependence and addiction potential, it is important to observe harm reduction practices that includes but is not limited to starting with lower doses due to difference between individual body weight, tolerance, metabolism and personal sensitivity. This will help in counteracting the undesirable effects of chemical substance. When addiction develops in an individual, it is more likely that the person would experience withdrawal effects on abrupt stoppage. Moreover, like any other psychoactive substance, the drug is safe to use, but combination/mixing of drug with other substances can cause life-threatening effects.