bk-EBDP is More commonly known as Ephylone, bk-EBDP is of the phenethylamine chemical class and is considered to be a substitute for the other regularly used chemical component Cathinone. This drug produces similar results to Ethylene, so it can be expected to produce entactogenic, psychedelic, and other similar stimulating results. Another common name for this chemical substance is bk-Ethyl-k.
Defining characteristics of this drug include a phenethylamine backbone with an alkyl substituent next to the nitrogen at the alpha carbon. It also has a ketone at the beta carbon. It has a similar structure to Cathinone, which is a naturally occurring plant-based chemical native to Africa. Due to its similarity to Cathinone, those looking to buy bk-EBDP might do so for use in drugs similar to ephedrine, cathine, and methcathinone.