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AET
COMMON & BRAND NAMES
Monase
EFFECTS CLASSIFICATION
Psychedelic Tryptamine
CHEMICAL NAME
alpha-ethyltryptamine
DESCRIPTION
AET is a short-acting synthetic psychedelic that was first sold as a pharmaceutical antidepressant (Monase) in 1961. It was emergency scheduled (made illegal) on March 12, 1993 and has remained uncommon since.
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