Cathinones are a class of chemicals obtained initially from the Catha edulis (khat) plant found in the Arabian peninsula and Africa. Described as early as 1930, the active component of Cathinones is known to be cathine, which is highly prized for its neurostimulation effects. Presently, Cathinones are available as synthetic compounds and include a variety of variations based on the functional group attached to the main compound.
Part of a vibrant cultural association, natural Cathinones can only be extracted from the leaves of a specific plant. At the same time, its synthetic variants are readily available for research purposes and testing.
The chemical class consists of several variations synthesized through the attachment of a functional group to benzene and phe
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