2c-b. A synthetic substance with psychedelic effects is referred to as 2C-B, which stands for 2,5-dimethoxy-4-bromophenethylamine. The chemical structure of this drug, which is a phenylethylamine derivative, is very comparable to that of the hallucinogenic drug mescaline. It is a psychedelic substance that produces visual effects and has some stimulant-like qualities, according to certain descriptions. Reports based on personal experience suggest that LSD and MDMA are comparable.
In 1974, Alexander Shulgin was the first person to successfully synthesize 2C-B, and in 1991, he published a book titled PiHKAL in which he detailed his discoveries. After its discovery, there were some reports of therapists using 2C-B in the 1970s. This was followed by a breakthrough in the usage of 2C-B in the recreational drug scene in the 1970s and 1980s. During its brief legal existence, 2C-B was sold as an aphrodisiac in specialty stores across the United States and the Netherlands. However, in the 1990s, the substance was outlawed in a number of nations, including the United Kingdom, where it had previously been permitted.
At this time, 2C-B (together with other 2C medications such as 2C-D, 2C-E, 2C-I, and 2C-P) are considered to be narcotics of the Class A and Schedule 1 categories in the UK. This indicates that it is unlawful to own them, supply them, or make them. In recent years, 2C-B has seen an increase in popularity, particularly in terms of sales on the dark web. Additionally, it is well-known in the rave and festival scene.
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What does it look like, and is it used?
2C-B is most commonly obtained in the form of a powder (which consists of frequently white crystals), tablet, or capsule. Oral administration is the most common method, and the usual dose ranges from 15 to 25 milligrams each pill.
It is also possible to inhale or snort; however, doing so carries a higher risk than taking the substance orally due to the fact that the dosage necessary to generate active effects is significantly smaller when inhaled or snorted. There have been unscientific reports of individuals experiencing pain after sniffing this drug.
We highly advise against insufflating 2C-B through the nasal passages.
Does it have a medical use?
After the synthesis of 2C-B by Alexander Shulgin in 1974, there were reports that he recommended its use in therapy to a limited number of psychotherapists due to the empathogenic effects of this drug.
There is very limited clinical research into the medical uses of this drug, however, an observational study showed that 2C-B acts as an entactogenic drug. Entactogens have effects that include emotional openness, oneness, and introspection. MDMA is also described as an entactogen and this property is attributed to its potential use as a tool in psychotherapy for several psychiatric conditions, including PTSD. Therefore, it has been suggested by some that 2C-B may pose the therapeutic benefit that Alexander Shulgin had claimed.
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