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AMT/Foxy

AMT/Foxy

AMT/Foxy

What are AMT & Foxy?

AMT and Foxy are hallucinogens.

What are the street names/slang terms for AMT & Foxy?

AMT is referred to as Spirals, Amtrak, and Amthrax.

Foxy is also known as Foxy Methoxy.

What do AMT & Foxy look like?

AMT is often found in an off-white or orange crystal powder but can be in capsule or tablet form as well. Foxy may be in powder, tablet, or capsule form. Tablets may be purple or red and may have a spider or alien marking on it. Foxy capsules usually contain a powder that is blue, green, tan, orange, gray, or pink.

How are they used?

Both AMT and Foxy are usually taken orally, but can be snorted or smoked.

What are their short-term effects?

Effects for both substances include an increase in energy, hallucinations with both visual and auditory distortions, euphoria, empathy, and emotional distress. Some users may experience nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. People also report nervous tension, irritability, restlessness, inability to sleep, blurry vision, and dilated pupils. An average dose of AMT can last from 12 to 24 hours while an average dose of Foxy can last from three to six hours.

What are their long-term effects?

Unknown.

What are their federal classifications?

Schedule I

Source

Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)

Click on the link below to download the fact sheet for this drug:

AMT/Foxy Fact Sheet (PDF)