nicotine molecule necklace
"This, Watson, is a three-patch problem," - Sherlock Holmes
While nicotine is one of the deadliest in our collection, it's affects on the brain cannot be disregarded. It is both a stimulant and a relaxant and up to these day the most widely consumed psychoactive substance.
Pendants are made out of stainless steel or polished brass.
The following finishes are available:
- matte black steel: stainless steel pendant with a matte black finish on black chain
- nickel steel: stainless steel pendant with a nickel finish on black chain
- bronze steel: stainless steel pendant on bronze chain
- bronze steel wax thread: stainless steel pendant on strong wax thread
- polished brass: polished brass pendant on black chain
Chain is 45 cm long and close with a lobster clasp.
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The substance - a.k.a. "focus boost"
Nicotine"s mood-altering effects are different by report: in particular it is both a stimulant and a relaxant. First causing a release of glucose from the liver and epinephrine (adrenaline) from the adrenal medulla, it causes stimulation. Users report feelings of relaxation, sharpness, calmness, and alertness.
Nicotine was first isolated from the tobacco plant in 1828 by physician Wilhelm Heinrich Posselt and chemist Karl Ludwig Reimann of Germany, who considered it a poison. Its chemical empirical formula was described by Melsens in 1843, its structure was discovered by Adolf Pinner and Richard Wolffenstein in 1893 and it was first synthesized by Amé Pictet and A. Rotschy in 1904.
Nicotine, Nicorette, Nicotrol, Tobacco, Cigarettes, 3-[(2S)-1-methylpyrrolidin-2-yl]pyridine, (S)-3-[1-Methylpyrrolidin-2-yl]pyridine.