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 What is 4-HO-DET
4-HO-DET  falls into the tryptamine  class.  4-HO-DET is similar to psilocin. Psilocin is the main active ingredient in magic mushrooms. 4-HO-DET is a synthetic chemical.  It was first synthesized in the late 1950s. Generally, 4-HO-DET experiments yield findings that are nearly identical to the findings of magic mushroom/psilocin experiments.

Where to Buy?
Here at proximo research, we offer high-quality 4-HO-DET for sale. Our product comes in HCl or fumarate powder form. However, contact us if you would prefer it in other available forms. Above all, to see if we can give you a custom order.

To purchase from proximo research, you must at least 18 years of age.   4-HO-DET is intended for research purposes. Not for human or animal use.

4-HO-DET Legality
Legally, in the United Kingdom, 4-HO-DET is a Class A drug. In the United States, it is unscheduled. Considered a psilocin analogue. Its use could lead users and sellers to prosecution under the Federal Analogue Act. It is illegal to sell or possess in Sweden..

Always store in a cool, dry place for maximum shelf-life.  Intended for forensic research applications only. Conclusively,  NOT intended for human consumption or in-vivo testing of any kind on animals or any living organism.

Effects of 4-HO-DET
Taking a trip is The experience you get taking a tryptamine sometimes.. Above all, trips can be good or bad, but until you take it.  You don’t know how it will affect you – and once it’s started you can’t stop it.

Moreover, Tryptamines are hallucinogenic and psychedelic drugs. This means that users are likely to experience a distorted view of objects and reality, and may see, and sometimes hear, things that aren’t there. In addition, users have also reported feeling euphoria.

Finally, time and movement can appear to speed up and slow down. Morever, colour, sound and objects can get distorted and you can experience double vision.


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