Amoric Acid Acetamide

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Sci­en­tif­ic clas­si­fi­ca­tion: Amoric Acid Ac­etamide. The syn­thet­ic form is not cur­rent­ly man­u­fac­tured or sold by most phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal com­pa­nies, due to its ex­treme­ly short shelf life and its im­pend­ing sta­tus as a Sched­ule I con­trolled sub­stance (U.S.). The nat­u­ral­ly-oc­cur­ring form is wide­ly ad­ver­tised in pop­u­lar me­dia.

Ef­fects: Ini­tial eu­pho­ria, fol­lowed by a slow or rapid de­cay de­pend­ing on the in­di­vid­u­al. Some users ex­pe­ri­ence a re­bound de­pres­sion which of­ten leads to a de­pen­den­cy cy­cle. The symp­toms are in­ten­si­fied for most users of the syn­thet­ic ver­sion, al­though iden­ti­cal re­sults are seen us­ing a place­bo. A few rare in­di­vid­u­als are com­plete­ly un­af­fect­ed by any for­mu­la­tion. Com­mon side ef­fects in­clude headache, stom­ach pain, in­som­nia, ag­i­ta­tion, and oc­ca­sion­al­ly death.