What is AKB48-CH
AKB48CH is a pentyl indazole with structural similarity to the synthetic cannabinoids JWH 018 adamantyl carboxamide and STS-135 , which have been sold for recreational use. Generally, quinolones with adamantyl-carboxamide moieties display high affinity for the peripheral cannabinoid (CB2) receptor but greatly reduced affinity for the central cannabinoid (CB1) receptor. AKB48 N-( cyclohexylmethyl) analog is an AKB48 derivative in which the pentyl chain has been replaced with a cyclohexylmethyl group in order to mimic a structural feature of the potent CB1 modulator .The physiological properties of this compound are not known.
This product is intended for research and forensic applications.
Chemical composition of AKB48-CH
Although this substance has not been formally studied, from analysis of the structure, it is presumed that AKB48-CH has a similar binding profile to that of other cannabinoids and matches many of the in vivo properties of Δ9-THC. However, the role of these interactions and how they result in the cannabinoid high continues to remain elusive.
other description and use
- Spontaneous physical sensations – The “body high” of AKB48-CH can be described as a sharp, uncomfortable, all-encompassing, and electric tingling sensation that spreads over the body after initial ingestion. It maintains a consistent presence that quickly rises with the onset and hits its limit once the peak has been reached before immediately dissipating.
- Motor control loss – This substance causes a partial to moderate suppression of motor control which intensifies proportional to dose, but rarely results in a complete inability to walk and perform basic movements.
- Appetite enhancement – As with many other cannabinoids, It causes an increase in appetite, known colloquially as “the munchies” in popular American and United Kingdom culture. Clinical studies and survey data have found that cannabis increases food enjoyment and interest in food. This is thought to be due to the way in which endocannabinoids in the hypothalamus activate cannabinoid receptors that are responsible for maintaining food intake