Eutylone β-Keto-1,3-benzodioxolyl-N-ethylbutanamine (‘Eutylone, bk-EBDB, N-Ethylbutylone) is a stimulant compound developed in the 1960s which has been reported as a novel designer drug and has appeared recently (2019) being sold as a designer drug.
As a designer drug, it is commonly sold on the street along with ethylone as a substitute or counterfeit for NEP and methylone (all of which have collectively come to be referred to as “stimulating with low serotonergic activity”) due to methylone’s declining availability on the research chemical market.
Hazard Statements EUTYLONE:
- EUTYLONE can cause respiratory and eye irritation.
- Never discharge research chemicals into the environment.
Safety Recommendations EUTYLONE:
IF THE powder comes into contact with the eyes: Rinse carefully with water for at least 10 to 15 minutes, remove contact lenses if necessary.
In case of skin contact: Rinse with water, if possible also with soap. Inhalation: Take fresh air and adopt a position that promotes breathing.
- Do not expose the powder to heat sources.
- Store it in a dry environment at room temperature and store in a good container and keep out of reach of children.
- A good stability of the eutylone crystal under the above conditions can take up to 2 years.