|Summary sheet: MEAI|
|Common names||DMT, Dimethyltryptamine, Dmitri|
|Routes of Administration|
5-Methoxy-2-indanamine (commonly known as MEAI or Chaperon). 5-methoxy-2-aminoindane (MEAI) was 'created' in December 2014 by a recreational drug chemist who goes by Dr. Z, who filed a patent application on the drug in November 2014 . It was later donated to Professor David Nutt's charitable research group DrugScience. The Drug is currently sold under the Name "Pace Drink" as a nonaddictive alcohol replacement.
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