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The first scientific paper on MDMA appeared in 1960 and described a synthesis for MDMA.
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(abbreviated as RC's) refers to chemical substances which
scientists in general use to conduct study and research in the field of chemistry.
This can offer an exciting opportunity to examine the properties and effects of
a variety of synthesised products. Many of these are analogous or structurally
similar to unobtainable substances.

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It's likely that LSD (which is synthesised from ergot - a fungus that grows on grains) works in a similar fashion.
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Amphetamines synthesis - Wikiversity

Cocaine was first extracted and identified in the mid-19th century and was then used in patent medicines and tonics to treat a wide variety of symptoms - real or imagined. Because of its stimulating effect, many people in the late 19th century took cocaine, even though some doctors recognized that users quickly became dependent. It later found common usage as a local anaesthetic for minor surgery but this role today is fairly limited as synthetic anaesthetics are more widely used. Cocaine has no other medicinal application.

Other analgesics, including all synthetics, come in a variety of forms including capsules, tablets, syrups, solutions and suppositories.
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Ecstasy is an hallucinogenic stimulant. It is a man-made drug with both hallucinogenic and amphetamine-like properties. The chemical name for ecstasy is 3,4 Methylenedioxymethylamphetamine - or MDMA in short form. It's chemically similar to two other synthetic drugs, MDA and methamphetamine.

Synthesis and impurity profiling of MDMA prepared from commonly available ..
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Flakka: New Synthetic Drug Is More Potent Than Predecessors

Benzodiazepines are widely used in medicine to treat anxiety and insomnia. These are synthetic substances normally seen as pharmaceutically-manufactured tablets, capsules and occasionally as injectables. They act as depressants of the central nervous system (CNS). Chlordiazepoxide (Librium®) was the first to be synthesised in 1957 and introduced into medicine in 1961. Benzodiazepines are under international control.

Recipes for home synthesis are available on the Internet

In the newly developed synthetic pathway to 3-methyl-hydrastinine, MDMA was mentioned as one of several key precursors under the name of methylsafrylamin.

Chemical Synthesis; Grand Pharmaceutical (China) Co., Ltd

New substances are being developed all the time – some of these are easier to make than MDMA; some are easy to acquire through the internet; and some are not illegal, though can be quite harmful. Increased global restrictions on the pre-cursor chemicals used in the synthesis of MDMA are making production more difficult and, therefore, people are turning to new substances as substitutes for MDMA, or mixing them with poor quality MDMA to achieve more potent results.

The expanding universe of synthetic drugs - …

Dimethocaine lacks a tropane ring and more closely resembles the structure of procaine, a local anaesthetic drug without psychoactive properties. Dimethocaine is formally named as (3-diethylamino-2,2-dimethylpropyl)-4-aminobenzoate (: 94-15-5), but is also known as larocaine or simply DMC. By analogy with the manufacture of procaine, a possible route of synthesis would be to condense 4-aminobenzoic acid ethyl ester with diethylamino-t-butanol.

Exploration and desperation The expanding universe of synthetic drugs

Analgesics are substances that provides relief from pain. Mild analgesics, such as the many brand-named preparations of aspirin or paracetemol, are relatively harmless. Analgesic drugs of abuse are far stronger than this and are all powerful pain killers. Some are refined from an extract obtained from opium poppies (Papaver somniferum) and are classed as "opiates" and some are produced by chemical synthesis.