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Pink Cocaine

What is Pink Cocaine? Harvard organic chemist Alexander Shulgin, known for his work with Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA or ecstasy), originally developed phenylethylamine ​​2C-B in the early 1970s. Marketed and sold as a libido enhancer and treatment for erectile dysfunction, Phenylethylamine 2C-B went by the name Performax or Erox. In 1995, the United States Drug Enforcement Agency reclassified the drug as a Schedule 1 Controlled substance because they concluded it had no acceptable medical use and a high potential for abuse. Over the last decade, Phenylethylamine 2C-B has had a resurgence as a recreational party drug that began in the club scene in South and Central America, which is where it became known as pink cocaine or Bromo. Drug manufacturers commonly manufacture the drug as a pill or a pink powder form that users ingest orally or intranasally. Can Cocaine be Pink? Pink Cocaine is the common slang term for synthetic phenylethylamine 2C-B. It is a popular designer drug that is often used in club and party scenes because of its stimulant effect and psychoactive properties. The term “Pink Cocaine” is a misnomer because it does not share any chemical resemblance to cocaine, which is plant-derived hydrochloride. Where Does Pink Cocaine Come From? 2C-B…