, a synthetic drug known by its effects similar to LSD and its sublingual consumption via blotter paper, was analyzed directly in the sample by DARTTOFMS.
has also been registered as a Schedule V drug in the UAE federal law.
Phenylalkylamines (derived from phenethylamine
) are often termed "bk-amphetamines" for the beta-ketone moiety.
The serotonin 2C receptor potently modulates the head-twitch response in mice induced by a phenethylamine
Plant part Class of the Constituents Reference constituents Leaves Alkaloids 3,4-Dimethoxy-  [beta]- phenethylamine
3-Methoxytyramine  Tyramine  Fatty acids Methyl palmitate  Methyl linoleate Methyl [alpha]- linoleate Flavonoid Vitexin  Phytosterol [beta]-Sitosterol  glycoside glucoside Lactone Dihydroactinidiolide  Phenolic 2,4-Ditert-  compounds butylphenol [alpha]-Tocopherol [36, 37] Catechin  Epicatechin  Quercetin  Myricetin  Sterols Campesterol  Stigmasterol [beta]-Sitosterol  Terpenoids [beta]-Carotene  Phytol  Fruit Caretenoids Lutein ([beta], [26, 37] e-carotene-3,3'- diol) Zeaxanthin ([beta], [beta]-carotene- 3,3'-diol) TABLE 5: Percentage (% w/w) of mineral contents in the leaves of P bleo .
The direct three-component reactions worked well with a variety of arylamines bearing either electron-donating (Table 1, entries 11-17) or -withdrawing groups (Table 1, entries 4, 42-46) and phenethylamine
(Table 1, entries 8 and 9).
(5.) According to popular dictionary sources, the term amphetamine is a contraction of the pharmacological name alphamethyl phenethylamine
, which in turn is compounded from the morphemes /alpha/methy/hyl/ and /phen/eth/hyl/amine/.
Phentermine HCl is a member of the amphetamine and phenethylamine
"Chocolate contains phenethylamine
, a nutrient that enhances mood and is the chemical we produce in our brains when we fall in love."
Pseudoephedrine is a phenethylamine
, and an isomer of ephedrine.
Later research has fleshed out the picture as follows (with apologies for inevitable simplification): the stage of attraction involves a cocktail of endogenous phenethylamine
(PEA), norepinephirene, dopamine, and serotonin, while feelings of attachment or affiliation involve endorphins, oxytocin, and vasopressin.