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5-MAPB
Dose
by Erowid
DOSAGE DESCRIPTION #
Caution : Dose information should not be taken as recommendations. [see below]
5-MAPB Dosages
Oral
( tentative )
Threshold
10 - 20 mg
Light
20 - 30 mg
Common
30 - 70 mg
Strong
60 - 120 mg
Heavy
120+ mg
5-MAPB Dosages
Nasal / Insufflated
( tentative )
Threshold
7 - 15 mg
Light
15 - 20 mg
Common
20 - 50 mg
Strong
40 - 80 mg
Heavy
80+ mg

5-MAPB is a synthetic empathogenic stimulant that is most often found in powder form and taken orally, nasally, or rectally. IM and IV use have been reported. Although there's a wide range of reported doses reported, often this is related to differences in expectations for effects. 5-MAPB is considered slightly more potent than MDMA (but less stimulating), on a milligram per milligram basis, with perhaps 50-70mg of 5-MAPB being the equivalent of 100mg of MDMA. Because Erowid has read less than 40 total human reports of 5-MAPB use (as of Oct 2014), dose ranges are tentative.

Some other information sources suggest that 100 mg is a "normal" dose, but the effects reported at this or higher doses are often very strong and the negative side-effects more prominent. 5-MAPB may not be suited to those seeking strong stimulation, as the doses required to achieve strong stimulation are quite high.

Several batches of 5-MAPB sold between 2013 and 2015 have included 5- or 6-EAPB and doses of the -EAPB versions appear to be lower, making some reported doses of 5-MAPB higher than they would be with pure 5- or 6-MAPB.

Note that insufflanting 5- or 6-MAPB can be more likely to result in unpleasantly strong effects or over doses.

CAUTION & DISCLAIMER #
Every individual reacts differently to every chemical.

Erowid's dosage information is a summary of data gathered from users, research, and other resources. This information is intended to describe the range of dosages people report using. It should not be construed as a recommendation of any sort. Individuals can respond very differently to the same dosage. What is safe for one can be deadly for another.