Molecular Weight: 374.484
Molecular Formula: C24H26N2O2
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3-m-furanylfentanyl is an extremely potent opioid which is structurally related to the highly potent opioid analgesic fentanyl.
3-m-furanylfentanyl alternatively goes by the names FU-F 2 and furanoylfentanyl.
It has the formal and systematic IUPAC name N-Phenyl-N-[1-(2-phenylethyl)piperidin-4-yl]-furan-2-carboxamide, has a relative molar mass of 374.475 grams and empirical formula C24H26N2O2.
3-m-furanylfentanyl has an ED50 value in mice of 0.02 mg/ kg. This effectively gives furanylfentanyl a potency of 20% of fentanyl which is one of the strongest opioid analgesics known to man.
Fentanyl has been growing in usage in the United Sates within the last decade. It is a highly potent opioid that has been linked to thousands of deaths. Overdose from fentanyl is problematic especially when it is included as an adulterant in street heroin in order to increase potency.
Chinese laboritiories are largely responsible for the upsurge in availability of illicit fentanyl in the United States in recent years. This was addressed recently by the Chinese government who introduced a ban on export of fentanyl. In a move typical of these clandestine labs a modified version was then marketed to be sold.3-m-furanylfentanyl is still a highly potent opioid which was still technically legal to sell within the United States as of April 2016 as legislation had not caught up with the evolving drug market.
Fentanyl, the patent molecule of 3-m-furanylfentanyl, is prescribed by physicians to treat chronic pain. Due to the extremely small doses required to reach therapeutic efficacy it is administered by a transdermal route using a patch.
The effect of 3-m-furanylfentanyl on the central nervous system is almost identical to fentanyl however it is comparatively weaker. It has been linked to a number of overdose fatalities around the world already.3-m-furanylfentanyl is twenty times as potent as heroin.
3-m-furanylfentanyl has little to no history of recorded human usage. Any information regarding effects is highly tentative and not substantiated by scientific studies and data. It causes depression of physical and mental functions.
This compound is not fit for animal or human consumption.
Unverified online reports state that the effects of 3-m-furanylfentanyl are typical of opioid analgesics. Short term effects include sedation, pain relief, drowsiness and feelings of euphoria.
Side effects include drowsiness, lethargy, paranoia, itchiness, respiratory depression and nausea often accompanied by vomiting.
The intense high produced by opiates makes them highly addictive and habit forming. They also are associated with tolerance where ever increasing doses are required for the user to feel the same “high”. This coupled with the extremely low threshold for overdose with furanylfentanyl makes it and other fentanyl analogues particularly dangerous chemicals that can be lethal.
Long term side effects of opiate abuse include bloating of the abdomen, chronic constipation, damage to the liver and potential brain damage due to hypoxia produced by depressed respiration.
3-m-furanylfentanyl is potentially deadly when mixed with benzodiazipines, GHB/GBL, alcohol, cocaine, MXE, DXM, Ketamine and tramadol.
It is also dangerous to take 3-m-furanylfentanyl with PCP, amphetamines, MAOI antidepressants and nitrous oxide.