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Formula: C11H15NO
IUPAC ID: (RS)-2-methylamino-1-(4-methylphenyl)propan-1-one
Molar mass: 177.242 g/mol
Other names: 4-methyl-N-methylcathinone; 2-methylamino-1-p-tolylpropan-1-one
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Buy Mephedrone online. Mephedrone, also known as 4-methyl methcathinone, 4-MMC, and 4-methylephedrone, is a synthetic stimulant drug of the amphetamine and cathinone classes. Slang names include drone, M-CAT, White Magic, and meow meow. It is chemically similar to the cathinone compounds found in the khat plant of eastern Africa. cheap  Mephedrone online.

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Formular composition

Formula: C11H15NO
IUPAC ID: (RS)-2-methylamino-1-(4-methylphenyl)propan-1-one
Molar mass: 177.242 g/mol
Other names: 4-methyl-N-methylcathinone; 2-methylamino-1-p-tolylpropan-1-one

What is mephedrone?

Mephedrone (4-methyl methcathinone) is a stimulant drug, which means it speeds up the messages traveling between the brain and body.1 Mephedrone is classed among New Psychoactive Substances (NPS), a range of drugs that have been designed to produce effects similar to those of established illicit drugs.

It was originally marketed online as a plant fertilizer or ‘research chemical

How is mephedrone used?

Mephedrone powder is usually sniffed/snorted or swallowed.2 Swallowing is the most common way of taking the drug.


Stimulants excite the nervous system and increase physiological function.

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The emergence of
mephedrone, the perversity
of prohibition & the
rehashing of „moral panic‟
Dr Fiona Measham
Senior Lecturer in Criminology
Lancaster University, UK
Dr Karenza Moore
Lecturer in Criminology
Lancaster University, UK
Winter 2009/10… Drugs & the Media
Mephedrone Death Teenagers
 Background: Spring 2009 emergence & rapid
increase in popularity of substituted cathinones
(eg. mephedrone)  16th April 2010 Class B,
Schedule 1, Misuse of Drugs Act 1971
 Prevalence
 Role of internet in sales & promotion: mephedrone
as 1st drug of the internet age
 Media coverage: drug deaths & eager application
of concept of moral panic
 Emerging typology of users
 Wider implications regarding regulation of legal
highs within context of high levels of demand,
willingness to experiment & lack of evidence for
deterrent value of criminalisation
 Critique of moral panic – now 40 years old
 Presentations to drugs services:
parents, teachers, teenagers from more
affluent backgrounds
 Increased popularity amongst clubbers
(eg. online clubbing websites)
 Mixmag (Feb 2010) self selecting, self
reporting online clubbers‟ survey:
Mephedrone Ecstasy
2010: 1st UK prevalence figures
published autumn 2010
The “mephedrone menace”
 Nov 2009 Gabrielle Price‟s death
precipitated the “mephedrone menace”
(Daily Mail 27/11/09)
 Mephedrone implicated in 26+ deaths –
„ghouls‟ (Forsyth) awaiting 1st confirmed
 Ingredients of media drug deaths: young,
white, female, photogenic, „respectable‟
family, “never used drugs before” e.g.
Leah Betts (ecstasy), Hester Stewart
 UK politicians quick to condemn: “We are
determined to act to prevent this evil from
hurting the young people of our country”
(Gordon Brown, PM, Hansard 24/3/10)
 No retraction about Gabrielle‟s death in
national press after coroner‟s report that
due to bronchial pneumonia
Volatile Substance Abuse & Ecstasy
Deaths & News Coverage, E, W & S
 Privileging of certain drug deaths: hypervisibility of
ecstasy in media contrasts with „disappearance‟ of
VSA illustrating media „value‟ given to „respectable‟ &
marginalised youth (Manning, also Forsyth)
“Mephedrone”, last 12 months,
Emerging Typology of Users
 Age, motivation, context, pattern of use, drug history,
timing of emergence
1. Psychonauts – purity
 2008 onwards across Europe, 30s/40s, extensive drug histories,
occasional use, varied dose levels, varied contexts (home, alone,
festivals), experimentation, psychic exploration
2. Clubbers – availability
 Summer 2009 onwards, 20s/30s, hedonistic, disillusionment with Class
As, weekend polydrug repertoires in club/chill out context, experienced
in management of stimulant drugs
3. Novices – legality
 Autumn 2009 onwards after media coverage because cheap & legal,
teenagers, little previous drug history beyond cannabis, parties & parks,
from occasional to daily, curiosity, no experience of managing
stimulants, now presenting to A&E and GPs
The regulation of legal highs
 Pre-legislation:
 MDA – arrested for supply of unknown white powder & also
for possession e.g. the „Sugarhouse 7‟ at Lancaster,
fingerprinted & released
 Intoxicating Substances (Supply) Act 1985 – if supplied to
be inhaled by under 18s
 Criminal Attempts Act 1981
 Arresting suppliers: eg. Liverpool, Durham (also conversely
suppliers claiming cocaine is mephedrone to evade arrest)
 29th March immediate ban on imports – through licensing
not legislation – all imports into UK are banned!
 Post-legislation:
 16th April Class B, Schedule 1: drug; ACPO concentrating
on suppliers? Large seizures eg. Stanstead ½ metric tonne
The perversity of prohibition
Interviewer: “What will you do if mephedrone is
made illegal?”
Dealer: “Put up my prices”
(Mephedrone dealer in Sheffield trance club, Feb 2010)
 „Successful‟ enforcement suggests continuing lack of
availability of „tried and tested‟ higher purity ecstasy &
 Substantial substitute displacement to mephedrone
Spring 09-10
 Stockpiling for post criminalisation
 Substantial substitute displacement from mephedrone
Internet searches for NRG-1
spike at end of April 2010
Cohen‟s „Folk Devils & Moral
Panics‟: The concept
 The events – Clacton 1964 – mods,
rockers & minor disturbance
The “mephedrone menace”:
At 1st glance a classic moral panic?
Users as
Dealers as
„folk devils‟
Moral Panic Revisited or
 Relationship between media, state & drug users:
lack of critique of concept of moral panic
 Tabloid reaction and liberal counter-reaction
both over-simplify (Murji 1998)
 Active audience ignored; framed as passive and
gullible on both sides (Garland 2008)
 Importance of niche media & internet in youth
drug culture (McRobbie & Thornton 1995);
people who sell & traffic this harmful drug rather than
on the young people who we may find in possession
of it. It is not our intention to criminalise young
people… Its new classification will… provide a degree
of reassurance that something is being done about it.
Association of Chief Police Officers statement by Chief Constable
Tim Hollis, ACPO lead on drugs, 29/3/10
Concluding thoughts
 Displacement, deterrence & demand:
 Voracious UK desire to experiment with recreational
chemicals contrasted with minimal scientific
research base & lack of deterrence from
criminalisation of legal highs & resulting legal
 The internet comes of age for promotion and
distribution of legal highs – what next?
 Relevance of dated concept of „moral panic‟?

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