Research chemicals, also known as designer drugs or legal highs, are substances that are created to mimic the effects of illegal drugs such as cocaine, ecstasy, or LSD. They are often synthesized by altering the molecular structure of an existing drug, resulting in a new substance that is not specifically prohibited by law.

These chemicals are typically sold online or in head shops and marketed as legal alternatives to illicit drugs. However, because they have not been thoroughly tested for safety or efficacy, their effects on the body and mind can be unpredictable and potentially dangerous. In some cases, they have been linked to serious health problems and even death.

It is important to note that while research chemicals may not be illegal, they are often banned under the category of “analogues” or “controlled substances” by many countries’ laws. Additionally, the use of these substances is generally not recommended due to their unregulated nature and potential health risks.

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