trippinoutlaw (trippinoutlaw) wrote in dxm_elite,
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so we all know of dextromethorphan.....the right isomer of said compound or whatever....actually methylated right isomer of said compound. Which is a potent NMDA receptor antagonist - placing in it the same category as Ketamine and PCP....And yes all compounds have opposite isomers..... - but usually one being far less potent....w/ out action....or for all practical purposes useless. Or like with amphetamine - dextro being centrally acting levo being peripheral....making adderall what it is as opposed to dexedrine. But a point of fascination for me lately is this - one my most respected chemical compounds in my arsenal - DXM (is a potent disassociative) as its right isomer....but becomes as its left....suprise suprise....a potent opioid narcotic stronger than morphine. levorphanol (left isomer of dextrorphan DXO)[it is also the same as levomethorphan...but less potent).....
But to me i find this fascinating......Two worlds of drugs i've delved into with excess.....(at times to cancel each other out.....exist perfectly across from each other.....right isomer....disassociation....left....blank opioid bliss....
This compound never ceases to amaze me.............it contains both my worlds.....one in each hand.....
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