DMTP (Dimethyltryptophan)

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N,N-dimethyltryptophan is a naturally occurring alkaloid found in the Jequirity bean and other plants. It is closely related to L-abrine (N-methyl-L-tryptophan, not to be confused with abrin). It can be synthesized via a reductive alkylation of tryptophan [1].

Research has shown that tryptophan (and other amino acids) can be readily decarboxylated into tryptamines. [2] [3]

This compound is NOT for human consumption or in vivo research and is strictly for other research purposes only. Available as the free zwitterion of the L-isomer.

[1] - http://noland.chem.umn.edu/content/reductive-amination-tryptophan-dimethyltryptophan

[2] - https://erowid.org/archive/rhodium/chemistry/tryptophan.html

[3] - https://erowid.org/archive/rhodium/chemistry/tryptamine.takano.html

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