<br> Many drugs are used or abused in social contexts without understanding the ramifications of their use. In this research, we examined the consequences of a newly in style drug, 5-methoxy-diisopropyltryptamine (5-MEO-DIPT; ‘foxy’ or ‘foxy-methoxy’). In the primary, 5-MEO-DIPT (0, 10, or 20 mg/kg) was administered to rats four instances on a single day and animals have been examined three days later. that obtained 5-MEO-DIPT demonstrated hypothermia during the period of drug administration and delayed delicate hyperthermic rebound for at least forty eight h. Corticosterone levels in plasma had been elevated in a dose-dependent manner in comparability with saline-treated animals with minor modifications in 5-HT turnover and no adjustments in monoamine ranges. In experiment 2, rats were examined in behavioral t<br><br>