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Ethylnaphthudate - The Ethylphenidate Replacement?
#1
Hello, first post here, please go easy on me!

I just recieved a link from a friend of mine who has come across a site which supposedly have an upcoming product launch of ethylnaphthudate. They are claiming this is a replacement chemical of the recently banned ethylphenidate.

I can't find a single thing about this chemical on Google- I came here to ask if anybody can help, my chemistry knowledge isn't great.

The website gives very little info away about this ethylnaphthudate, but one thing they seem to have been clever with is a marketing ploy as they are giving away free samples to those who share links, and I admit this is one of them: http://ethylnaphthudate.com/

Thanks in advance to anyone who might be able to shed some light on this....

Mike

Renton edited 01-05-2015 01:58 PM this post because:

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#2
There is a thread on here, might find it by searching HDEP-28, as it the ethyl derivative of HDMP-28 or methylnaphidate. At least 1 person here had thried it and it will soon be more than one. There's another phediate been re;eased as well, 4-Me-TMP, which is a nice thing indeed I find but the stock that became available was very limited and hasn't been replenished since the original  batch. There is at least one vendor already stocking this but I do'tremember which one. It is in the HDEP-28 thread though.
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#3
I like how the URL has spelled it wrong... although is could be something else weirdly named.
Also the title says "The banned ethylphenidate replacement"... sooo...


edit; as Kompressor said also, there's a thread already on what this likely is
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#4
LOL, I hadn't noticed the dodgy spelling, or the poor word selection so thanks Renton, a chuckle at least in the end.
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#5
Thanks Kompressor,

Thanks, yes that's what I thought but isn't HDEP-28 (which your calling Ethylnaphthidate) actually methylnaphthidate: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HDMP-28 . I think this may be something different/newer?
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#6
NO, it's ETHYLnaphidate.

HDMP-28 is METHYLnaphthidate.
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Humphry Osmond to Aldous Huxley (in a book)

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(01-05-2015, 02:14 PM)Kompressor Wrote: NO, it's ETHYLnaphidate.

Well im totally confused then.... from wiki...

"HDMP-28 or methylnaphthidate is a piperidine based stimulant drug, closely related to methylphenidate, but with the benzene ring replaced by naphthalene."

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#8
I edited my above post.. HDMP is not HDEP.
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(01-05-2015, 02:01 PM)Renton Wrote: I like how the URL has spelled it wrong... although is could be something else weirdly named.

Could it be that this is indeed something very new? I guess that's what I wanted to establish but now im just confused.
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(01-05-2015, 02:20 PM)mike89 Wrote:
(01-05-2015, 02:01 PM)Renton Wrote: I like how the URL has spelled it wrong... although is could be something else weirdly named.

Could it be that this is indeed something very new? I guess that's what I wanted to establish but now im just confused.

No, the chemical structure stated on the page is ethylnaphthidate. I hope it's some kind of misguided branding and not just U being next to I on the keyboard.
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