Diclazepam (Ro5-3448), is also known as chlorodiazepam and 2′-chloro-diazepam. It has Systematic IUPAC name 7-Chloro-5-(2-chlorophenyl)-1-methyl-1,3-dihydro-2H-1,4-benzodiazepin-2-one. CAS number of the element is 2894-68-0. The element also has PubChem CID 76168.
Research chemicals of Diclazepam found out, that it`s formula is C16H12Cl2N2O. While the molecular mass of the element is 319.185 g\mol. Half-life of this element is ~42h. it also has a hepatic metabolism.
Diphenylprolinol is a biological inhibitor that is often used as designer drug. In the recent times, toxicologists and pharmacists have recommended banning of the substance to prevent abuse. Almost all governments have now classified it as a class B drug. This is to mean that it is not legal to be in possession of the drug, whether for sale or for individual use. In pharmacology, the drug is normally used for preparation of chiral CBS catalyst and has been used before as a stimulant in some medical procedures.
200px-DiphenylprolinolAbuse of the drug however grew rampant and its nature as a powerful stimulant has caused its widespread use. Many of hard drug addicts consider this an alternative to regular doses, a very misguided school of thought. Diphenylprolinol has many times been found in the substance ‘ivory wave’. Its abuse causes a stimulative effect similar to that of amphetamine. Despite being a very powerful substance, it has been found to last a record seven days in the abuser and cause addiction. Abusers who take this substance have had to go to the hospital for rehabilitation against substance abuse.
JWH-210 an analgesic, is a chemical in the naphthoylindole group. It is a strong analgesic with CB1 and CB2 receptor, with Ki values. It has a high binding affinity, and was created by Dr. John W. Huffman. It was banned in Sweden on October 1, 2010 and declared illegal on September 1, 2011.
It contains herbal blend extracts and is rapidly broken down by the liver, and discharged via urine. Average detection window in oral fluids is 24 to 48 hours after swallowing. The biological actions are yet to be fully determined. Primary cannabis agonist’s are responsible for the psychoactive and euphoric effects similar to marijuana.
Synthetic substances are between 4 to 100 times strong in potency. Adverse effects noted were rapid heart-rate, agitation, confusion, nausea and dizziness. In America, there were an average of 139% human calls relating to synthetic cannabis.