Tryptamines

Toxicological studies on tryptamines remain limited. Reported adverse effects related to the use of ‘foxy methoxy’ include restlessness, agitations, gastrointestinal distress, and muscle tension [1]. Rhabdomyolosis after ingestion of ‘Foxy’ has also been described in a case study [2]. Other fatalities associated with the use of ‘Foxy’ and other tryptamines have also been described in scientific literature [3].

 

References

[1] Alatrash, G., Majhail, N.S. and Pile, J.C., “Rhabdomyolysis after ingestion of “Foxy,” a hallucinogenic tryptamine derivative”, Mayo Clinic Proceedings 81.4 (2006): 550-1

[2] Alatrash, G., Majhail, N.S. and Pile, J.C., “Rhabdomyolysis after ingestion of “Foxy,” a hallucinogenic tryptamine derivative”, Mayo Clinic Proceedings 81.4 (2006): 550-1.

[3] Einosuke, T., et.al., “A fatal poisoning with 5-methoxy-N, N-diisopropyltryptamine, Foxy”, Forensic Science International 163 (2006): 152–4; Sklerov, J., et.al., “A fatal intoxication following the ingestion of 5-methoxy-N,N-dimethyltryptamine in an ayahuasca preparation”, Journal of Analytical Toxicology 29.8 (2005): 838-41.

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