Etorphine Hydrochloride Powder (M99) is a semi-synthetic opioid possessing an analgesic potency approximately 1,000–3,000 times that of morphine. It was first prepared in 1960 from oripavine, which does not generally occur in opium poppy extract but rather the related plants Papaver orientale and Papaver bracteatum. Etorphine Hydrochloride was later reproduced in 1963 by a research group at MacFarlan Smith in Gorgie, Edinburgh, led by Kenneth Bentley. It can also be produced from thebaine.
Being a quality replacement of Ethylone and Methylone, MDPT (tBuONE) can evoke negative Body reactions are obvious within the first minutes after the intake. They normally last from three to six hours. When the duration seems to be really short, some users often take another dose, which may lead to Over dose and negative results. Some of them are mild.