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4F-Pentedrone (4fpd) is classified as a novel stimulant and substituted cathinone. Also, novel stimulants have been reported to cause stimulant-like effects, similar to amphetamines, HEP. Novel stimulants have also caused adverse events, including deaths, as described in the literature. Structurally, similar compounds include pentedrone, hexedrone, and N-ethyl hexedrone. Above all, pentedrone is a Schedule I substance in the USA 4FPD is not explicitly scheduled.

New psychoactive substances (NPS) have been progressively replacing classical narcotics on the illegal drug market.
Importantly, Among most prominent compounds of this type are synthetic cathinones and synthetic cannabinoids. Because of widespread abuse of such designer drugs (“legal highs”), the associated health risks and high frequency of 4fpd and other novel drug variants constantly emerging on the market.

Health effects of various market-available synthetic cathinones can differ. Peripheral nervous system effects of cathinone derivative abusers include dilated pupils, elevated blood pressure or hyperthermia. Moreover, the psychoactive effects of these compounds include states of increased excitement, elevated assertiveness, euphoria, better concentration, anxiety, restlessness or hallucinations.

Withdrawal syndrome
Therefore, withdrawal symptoms include sleeplessness, irritability, concentration problems, depression and various psychoses. Similarly, long-term abuse of cathinone derivatives may be destructive for both nervous as well as blood vascular systems and may result in irreversible mental disorders. To clarify, literature reports and subjective accounts of cathinone derivative abusers have cited the occurrence of panic attacks. convulsions, hallucinations, aggressive behaviour, chest pain, hypothermia and many other symptoms, which are sometimes life-threatening.

In conclusion, Drug Interaction Studies  of 4fpd have revealed the following

Warfarin: THC and CBD increase warfarin levels(Yamaori et al 2012).
Alcohol: Alcohol may increase THC levels (Hartman 2015).
Theophylline: Smoked cannabis can decrease theophylline levels (Stout and Cimino 2014).
Indinavir or nelfinavir: Smoked cannabis had no effect
Docetaxel or irinotecan: Cannabis infusion (tea) had no effect
CNS depressants: Cannabis has additive CNS depressant effects with alcohol, barbiturates and benzodiazepines.