Methallylescaline, also known as 3,5-dimethoxy-4-methallyloxyphenethylamine, is a novel mescaline homolog originally discovered in 1972 by Otakar Leminger (1). It has also been explored further in research by Alexander Shulgin and Ann Shulgin (2).
It is the 4O-methallyl homolog of mescaline, and binds similarly to the serotonin receptors. It seems to have considerably increased potency by weight, with an active dose in humans reported to be 30-50 mg (compared to 300-400 mg for mescaline).
This compound is NOT for human consumption and is available for research purposes ONLY. Available as the hydrochloride salt.
(1) – Leminger, Otakar. A Contribution to the Chemistry of Alkoxylated Phenethylamines – Part 2, Chemicky Prumysl, vol. 22, pp 553 (1972)
Web link: https://www.erowid.org/archive/rhodium/chemistry/leminger.html?
(2) – Shulgin, Alexander T., and Ann Shulgin. Pihkal: a Chemical Love Story. Transform Press, 2019.
Web link: https://erowid.org/library/books_online/pihkal/pihkal.shtml#index