It is usually created when methylphenidate and ethanol are ingested together. Ethylphenidate creation appears more commonly when alcohol and methylphenidate are ingested together. The carboxylesterase-dependent transesterification process known also to occur when cocaine and alcohol are consumed at the same time, creating cocaethylene.
Ethylphenidate is known to be far more selective to the dopamine transporter than methylphenidate but having roughly similar efficacy, yet has much less activity on the norepinephrine transporter. It has almost-identical dopaminergic pharmacodynamic profile as methylphenidate which is ultimately responsible for its euphoric effects.
It is reported that Ethylphenidate is being sold across Europe as a designer drugs or legal high. Please bear in mind, Ethylphenidate is NOT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION and must only be sold as, or used as a research chemical by scientists or students or scientific purposes.
To purchase Ethylphenidate please ensure you buy from a responsible research chemical supplier. For further information on Ephylphenidate please visit the Ethylphenidate Wiki page.