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U-47700 is a structural analog and isomer of opioid and was first developed in 1970 in the laboratory by the designer drug synthesizers team named Upjohn, intended to be used as an analgesic.
Chemistry of U-47700
The chemical formula of U-47700 is “3, 4-Dichloro-N-[(1R, 2R)-2-(dimethylamino) cyclohexyl]-N-methylbenzamide”. The molecular formula is C16H22Cl2N2O.
What is U-47700 used for?
It is a sedative for pain and used by people who are suffering from long-term illnesses. It causes psychological impacts as well.
It can cause a range of positive and negative effects. The positive results include alleviation of pain and feeling of relaxation. It causes sedation and euphoria. The negative impacts of the drug include difficulty in respiration.
It’s highly selective for the µ-opioid receptor and is believed to be roughly 7 to 8 times as powerful as morphine dose-per-dose.
Sweden has outlawed it as of January 2016, but no other major jurisdictions have yet followed suit.
Like most opioids and their derivatives, it is not suitable for human consumption.
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