amphetamine molecule necklace
Amphetamine: for some a medicine, for some a party accessory. Whatever your relationship with so-called medicinal speed is, this necklace will for sure spark some interesting conversations.
The pendant is a minimalistic, geometric representation of the amphetamine molecule.
Pendants are available in 4 finishes:
- matte black steel
- polished nickel steel
- bronze steel
- polished brass
45 cm long black curb chain in iron based alloy. Closes with lobster clasp.
Pendant measures 53mm x 30mm x 3mm and weighs cca 4 grams.
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The substance - a.k.a. "power pack"
Amphetamine is a potent central nervous system stimulant that increases activity in the brain and induces temporary improvements such as enhanced alertness, wakefulness, and locomotion. It is the parent compound of the substituted amphetamines class which also includes MDMA, methamphetamine, DOM and many others. Amphetamine is widely used throughout the world as a prescription medicine Adderall for the treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and the sleeping disorder narcolepsy. It is also used without prescription as an illicit substance of recreational use or abuse.
Amphetamine was first synthesized in 1887 in Germany by Romanian chemist Lazăr Edeleanu who named it phenylisopropylamine; its stimulant effects remained unknown until 1927, when it was independently resynthesized by Gordon Alles and reported to have sympathomimetic properties. Amphetamine had no medical use until late 1933, when Smith, Kline and French began selling it as an inhaler under the brand name Benzedrine as a decongestant.
Amphetamine, dextroamphetamine, Amp, Speed, Adderall, 1-phenylpropan-2-amine, α-methylphenethylamine, amfetamine, β-phenylisopropylamine.