Methiopropamine (MPA): What We Know

Methiopropamine (MPA) is a research chemical stimulant. Though it was synthesized in the 1940s, it only entered the drug market in the 2010s.

It primarily offers functional effects and isn’t known for being a euphoric substance.

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