What is 4F-ADB?
4F-ADB is an indazole-based synthetic cannabinoid It is a potent agonist of the cannabinoid receptors. It is very similar to other synthetic cannabinoids, such as 5F-ADB. If you plan on experimenting with this cannabinoid, then you will only need very small amounts to get strong results. This is because this chemical is very powerful. Make sure that you use proper laboratory safety procedures to prevent over-experimenting. Experimental findings for 4F-ADB include relaxation, disinhibition, feelings of bodily lightness, increased music appreciation, euphoria, and other findings that are common for synthetic cannabinoids.
4F-ADB is currently unscheduled in most nations, making it legal in many places. However, it could be considered an analog of 5F-ADB, which could make it illegal in nations with strong analog laws, such as the United States.