What is BOH-2C-B HCL?
BOH-2C-B HCL is a cathinone analogue of the 2C-B (2,5-dimethoxy-4-bromophenethylamine) which was first synthesized by Alexander Shulgin. It is still unknown who first synthesized ?k-2C-B, but it first appeared on the market in mid-2013. In the following years, several papers reporting analytical characterizations of the substance appeared.
It is the beta (?) ketone structural analogue of 2C-B. It features methoxy substituents at R2 and R5 and bromine at R4. A ketone group is present at the beta (?) position from the functional amine group connected to the alpha (?) carbon, giving rise to its name indicating it is a structural analogue of 2C-B.
It is often referred to as a substituted cathinone of the ketone functional group. ?k-2C-B is readily available for purchase online as it is unregulated in most countries. It is available for research purposes only and not for human consumption.
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