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DOI: What We Know

DOI is a psychedelic amphetamine that was first synthesized by Alexander Shulgin, who described it in PiHKAL (1991). It has been used recreationally and is a common scientific research tool.

Like other members of the DOx class (e.g. DOM), DOI has a long duration of action. It’s not uncommon for people to be incapable of sleeping for 24 hours or more, particularly with strong+ doses.

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