What is Captagon (fenetylline)?
Captagon (fenetylline) is the trademark name of Fenethylline, an amphetamine-type stimulant used between the 1860s and the 1980s, to treat Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), narcolepsy and depression.
It is a psychostimulant which is made of a combination of amphetamine and theophylline.
Captagon is also reported to be a commonly used stimulant in both the Middle East and some countries bordering the European Union, and drug seizures indicate that European countries may sometimes be the source of the captagon consumed in these countries (see the graphic below).
Advantage Captagon (fenetylline)
Fenetylline keeps users awake for long periods of time.
It also makes users feel energetic and happy – which is why it has been dubbed “chemical courage”.
The clinical effects, characterized by an increased energy and productivity, appetite suppression, sense of euphoria, enhanced self-confidence and talkativeness, appear only a few minutes after ingestion with a maximum after 15 minutes, and they last for 10 to 12 hours. This, under the effect of Fenetylline, users feel energetic and are less vulnerable to pressure and fatigue.
Signs of Captagon (fenetylline) Addiction:
Increased energy levels despite not getting much sleep
Severe headaches and/or blurred vision
Decreased appetite and/or drastic weight loss
Long-Term Effects of Fenetylline Abuse:
High blood pressure
Impotence or change in sex drive
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