Acetylfentanyl is a potent opioid analgesic with a potency approximately 6.67x that of morphine, sold only as a designer drug since the 1980s.
Not much is currently known about the history of acetylfentanyl, except that it was discovered at the same time as fentanyl, and has no currently acceptable medical use.
|Common||10-15 x mg|
- Feelings of relaxation
- Changes in focus, attention
- Respiratory depression
- Dry Mouth
- Urinary retention
As acetlyfentanyl is fairly potent, proper weighing of doses is essential, as well as proper identification of the substance.
- Avoid driving and operating heavy machinery
- Risk of Post-acute withdrawal effects
- Strong addiction potential due to short effects
- Risk of overdose/death
Check out our Drug Combinations page and chart for interactions and combinations of common drugs.
The LD50 of acetlyfentanyl is 9.3 mg/kg
- USA: Acetylfentanyl is a fentanyl analogue, making it schedule 1