Summary and History

Cyclopropylmescaline, also known as CPM and 4-cyclopropylmethoxy-3, Is a relatively unknown psychedelic hallucinogenic drug created by Alexander Shulgin. It was tested at 70 and 80 mg and had varied effects from dose to dose. Inability to sleep was a common problem on both drugs, and like many hallucinogenics there were effects such as enhanced appreciation for music and art, discussion of philosophy etc... . Caution should be used with this drug as little is known about its pharmacology and therefore its potential negative physical effects are unknown and could be dangerous.

Dosage

Light: 50-60mg

Moderate: 60-70mg

Strong/Heavy: 70-80mg + (The creator recommends using caution when dosing above 80mg)

Duration

12-18 Hours (Duration increases as dosage increases)

Pharmacology

Very little is known about the pharmacology of CPM. We do not know how it is metabolized nor how much is toxic.

Effects

Positive

  • Enhanced appreciation for music
  • Enhanced cognition/ discussion
  • Closed eye visuals

Negative

  • Insomnia

Harm Reduction

Caution: not much is known about how CPM affects the body, be cautious with doses and how you use it.

Sources

https://www.erowid.org/library/books_online/pihkal/pihkal037.shtml

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