Dibutylone Crystal (bk-DMBDB) is a stimulant drug of the amphetamine, phenethylamine, and cathinone drug classes. It is structurally related to butylone, a designer drug that has been detected in products marketed as bath salts or plant food.
In 2018, dibutylone was the third most common drug of the cathinone class to be identified in Drug Enforcement Administration seizures.
Dibutylone Legal status
In the United States, dibutylone is on the list of Schedule I Controlled Substances as a positional isomer of pentylone.
The effects of Dibutylone will vary depending on your dosage and tolerance, for best results you should take a small “test dose” and monitor any changes after taking the dose. If all is well after the test dose, feel free to up the dosage in order to truly experience the effects of the drug. Some of the commonly reported effects are listed below:
A feeling of wakefulness and increased alertness
Euphoria or dysphoria (this will vary from person to person, but will also depend on the dosage)
Trouble sleeping at a reasonable time
Derealization and hallucinations (this again depends on the individual, but is seen mostly in those who take a large dose or extend use)
Increased blood pressure
Increased body temperature, possibly sweating
Feeling a nauseous
Erectile dysfunction (short term only)
So as you can see, Dibutylone has similar effects to party drugs such as MDMA. Please note, however, that the effects you experience will depend greatly on you as an individual and the dosage you took, as always it’s best to start a low dosage and build up so you understand your tolerance of the drug. Also, remember that taking the drug orally will result in a longer high but will also take longer to get started; it’s best not to re-dose even if you feel that the drug hasn’t affected you.
Chemical formula: C13H17NO3
Molar mass: 235.283 g·mol−1
Except where otherwise noted, data are given for materials in their standard state (at 25 °C [77 °F], 100 kPa).