|Summary sheet: D-Phenylalanine|
|Common names||DMT, Dimethyltryptamine, Dmitri|
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- Cognitive euphoria - This effect is mild
- Motivation enhancement
- Focus enhancement
- Anxiety suppression or Anxiety - D-phenylalanine is often reported to reduce anxiety, though a minority of users report increased anxiety
- Emotion enhancement
- Addiction suppression - D-phenylalanine is sometimes used to reduce withdrawal symptoms from opioids such as kratom and oxycodone
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Tolerance and addiction potential
One study in rats did not find a development of tolerance or dependence with repeated administration of d-phenylalanine, however the potential for d-phenylalanine to cause addiction is unclear.
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- [https://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/cog/aetr/1982/00000007/F0020002/art00006 D-PHENYLALANINE AND OTHER ENKEPHALINASE INHIBITORS AS PHARMACOLOGICAL AGENTS: IMPLICATIONS FOR SOME IMPORTANT THERAPEUTIC APPLICATION]
- Analgesic effect, tolerance development and dependence potential of D-phenylalanine