Fluorexetamine (also known as FXE) is a new research chemical that belongs to the class of dissociative anesthetics. It is chemically similar to the well-known anesthetic ketamine, but with a longer duration of action and potentially less side effects.
There is limited research on Fluorexetamine and its potential benefits, as it is a relatively new substance. However, some anecdotal reports suggest that it may have a range of potential benefits, including:
FXE has been reported to produce fast-acting antidepressant effects, similar to ketamine. This is believed to be due to its ability to increase levels of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) and promote neuroplasticity in the brain.
FXE may also have anxiolytic effects, reducing symptoms of anxiety and promoting relaxation.
FXE may have analgesic properties, reducing pain sensations in the body.
Some users report improved cognitive function after taking FXE, including increased creativity, focus, and productivity.
FXE may also promote feelings of social bonding and empathy, making it potentially useful for social anxiety and related conditions.
There are no reviews yet.