Diphenidine is a research chemical that falls under the diarylethlamine class of chemicals. Diphenidine is one of the lesser known dissociative substances. In terms of chemical structure, it is very similar to methoxphenidine and ephenidine. Dipehnidine is a potent agonist of the NMDA receptor. DIpehnidine is becoming very popular in the research chemical community due to its favorable findings.

Research experiments with dIphenidine commonly yield results of anxiety suppression, changes in felt bodily form, stimulation, disinhibition, tactile suppression, time distortion, ego death, euphoria, perspective distortion, environmental cubism, and déjà vu. This research chemical is very powerful, so make sure you use small measurements in your experiments and follow all laboratory safety procedures.