Steller Pharmaceuticals

Steller Pharmaceuticals began distributing industrial chemicals and Opoid Pills and has since established itself as a strategic, reliable, and dominant link in the nutritional, personal care, pharmaceutical, and specialty chemical supply chains. Steller Pharmaceuticals does not limit itself; we are also experts in providing psychedelic drugs.

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Steller Pharmaceuticals is a supplier of high quality research chemicals and Designer Drugs. Our focus is to provide chemical research compounds in a fast and convenient way for a sharp price via our online platform.
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Psychedelics (also known as hallucinogens) are a class of psychoactive substances that produce changes in perception, mood and cognitive processes.

Psychedelics affect all the senses, altering a person’s thinking, sense of time and emotions. They can also cause a person to hallucinate—seeing or hearing things that do not exist or are distorted

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Designer Drugs

Designer drugs are drugs that have been created to mimic the effects of illegal substances while still attempting to be sold legally. They are often made in homes or secret illegal labs. They can be made from plant substances or entirely synthetic chemicals that can be legally purchased to attempt to create a new “legal” substance.
What Are the Different Types of Designer Drugs?

The DEA classifies designer drugs as new psychoactive substances (NPS). Although there are hundreds of different designer drugs out there, they fall under several different categories. To simplify things, here are the three main types of designer drugs:

Synthetic cathinones – These types of designer drugs are stimulants. They work by increasing serotonin and/or dopamine levels in the brain to produce feelings of happiness and pleasure or to increase attention and motivation.
Synthetic cannabinoids – These types of designer drugs mimic the effects of marijuana and work by interacting with the same brain cell receptors as THC. They produce similar but much stronger, effects as marijuana, including relaxation, elevated mood, altered perception, and some symptoms of psychosis.1
Synthetic phenethylamines – These types of designer drugs are hallucinogens. They affect the brain by altering its understanding of sensory input, producing hallucinations of sight, sound, taste, and touch. Users might also experience other strange effects like feeling detached from the body, or a blurring of the senses (feeling colors, tasting sights, etc.).2

Examples of Designer Drugs

Some common examples of designer drugs making headlines in recent years include:3

MDMA/Ecstasy/Molly
Bath salts
K2 Spice on Paper (synthetic marijuana)
2C drugs (2CI, 2CE, 2CB, and 2CT-7)
Methylenedioxypyrovalerone/MDPV (also found in bath salts)
mephedrone (also found in bath salts)
Methylone (also found in bath salts)
NBOMe
Flakka
Benzo Fury

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The simplest way to sum up the dangers of designer drugs is that the side effects of the chemical combinations used to make them are largely unknown. Additionally, many of the chemicals used while producing and manufacturing designer drugs are not intended for human consumption.
Are Designer Drugs Legal?

No, designer drugs are not legal. However, clandestine drug manufacturers find ways to get around the law to sell legal designer drugs online, in head shops, or in gas stations around the country.

New crops of designer drugs are hitting the streets all the time. As illegal drug manufacturers attempt to stay one step ahead of authorities, they change formulas rapidly hoping to be able to claim that their product is legal. Many manufacturers and dealers will market their products as being incense, plant food, or even dietary supplements to avoid legal intervention.

For example, Spice, or synthetic marijuana, which claims a marijuana-like effect, is marketed as incense, while bath salts which claim to provide a cocaine-like high were sold as plant food. Other drugs are sold in powder form and labeled “not for human consumption” and sold under the premise that they are for animals or to be used for study or research.
Are Designer Drugs Addictive?

Researchers don’t know whether designer drugs are addictive or not because illegal manufacturers of these substances are constantly modifying the ingredients that are used to make them. Similarly, one batch of designer drugs may be drastically different from another, as the ingredients and manufacturing practices are completely unregulated and unmonitored.

Since health officials and researchers can’t keep up with the ever-changing ingredients and designer drugs out there, it’s impossible to say which ones are or aren’t addictive. However, based on the current research regarding designer drugs, it is safe to say that many of them probably have addictive qualities and produce very harmful or deadly short-term and long-term effects.
What Are the Most Prevalent Designer Drugs?

According to the DEA, the most prevalent designer drugs are synthetic cannabinoids and synthetic cathinones.4

K2/Spice (among other synthetic cannabinoids)
GHB
Benzo Fury
Bath salts
PCP
LSD
MXE
Bromo-DragonFLY

What Are the Effects of Designer Drugs?

Designer drugs are dangerous because the combinations used to create them are untested. As a result, designer drugs’ effects on the body are often unknown, as are the effects on the brain and the user’s overall health and behavior.5 Also, because the drugs are created so quickly with chemicals that are not meant for human consumption, there is little known about the long-term health effects for users.

In an unmonitored lab, chemical errors are likely to occur. Also, it is nearly impossible to know the potency of ingredients that are used in a designer drug. The amount of active ingredient can vary wildly from one dose to the next leaving users with no way to anticipate what the effects will be or if they are taking a dangerous dose. All these factors lead to a high rate of accidental overdoses and deaths for users of these substances. With no regulations in place, no monitoring, and little known about the chemicals being used, users risk serious health issues including dangerous side effects, addiction, and death.

Although it’s impossible to say exactly how a designer drug will affect a user, here are some potential short-term and long-term effects of designer drugs:

Intense euphoria/exhilaration
Relaxation
Decreased appetite
Amnesia
Feelings of detachment
Paranoia
Hallucinations
Panic attacks
Long periods of wakefulness
nausea and/or vomiting
Seizures
Slurred speech
Increases or decreases in blood pressure
Loss of consciousness
Coma
Death

What Are Designer Drug Withdrawal Symptoms?

If a person is addicted to a designer drug and then suddenly stops using it or drastically reduces their use, he or she will most likely experience some uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms. Designer drug withdrawal symptoms will vary, but may include:

Severe depression
Difficulty sleeping
Tremors or muscle spasms
Loss of appetite
Difficulty concentrating

What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Designer Drug Abuse?

A person may become physically dependent or addicted to a designer drug if he or she uses it consistently for a long period of time. Common signs and symptoms of designer drugs addiction are:

Sleeping too much or too little
Sudden drastic changes in appearance or hygiene
Inappropriate or strange behaviors like paranoia and extreme aggression
Extreme mood swings
Uncharacteristic difficulties at work or school
Relationship problems
Memory problems
Isolating from friends and family