5-F ABICA (5-fluoro AB-PINACA) is another designer drug developed as a synthetic cannabinoid but is different for its aminoalkylindazole on its base. It is a homologue of 5-fluoro AB-PINACA, except that it has an indole group instead of an indazole group. It’s quite new so neither of its toxicological nor its pharmacological agents is confirmed by thorough studies, making it a good research chemical for discovering its wide range of potential.
Some characteristics are—molecular formula C19H26FN3O2, formal name (S)-N-(1-amino-3-methyl-1-oxobutan-2-yl)-1-(5-fluoropentyl)-1H-indole-3-carboxamide, formula weight 347.4 and purity ≥98 percent when sold. Coming in a crystalline solid and brown color substance, 5-fluoro ABICA can last up to two years if stored at room temperature less than 20 degrees Celsius.
For some experience, Drugs Forum user ‘SoZuu’ wrote his mixed review that he smoked one gram of 5-fluoro AB-PINACA and that he expected it to be strong, preparing with the other cannabinoids. He revealed that it was somehow on the same level with THJ-2201 and that it worked well but failed standing out. He also said there were many suppliers of it although it was quite unknown. 5-fluoro ABICA was overall okay without weak rubbish and strange effects like that from BB22, but it was okay but he just expected it to be more potent.
Average pricing is €25.00 per gram, but varies from vendor to vendor and can change without prior notice. Availability for shipping to your destination must be checked to ensure legality of such product. And absolutely it is for forensic and research purposes and not for human consumption.
As of this writing, there aren’t many trip reports on this compound.
But as we always say, only test research chemicals in an equipped lab with an accurate milligram scale for your safety. Now if you have your review on this product, kindly post it below to enlighten others looking to research and test it out, too.