What is 2C-B?
– Drug Science What is 2C-B? 2C-B stands for 2,5-dimethoxy-4-bromophenethylamine, a synthetic drug with psychedelic effects. 2C-B is a phenylethylamine derivative and has a similar structure to mescaline, another psychedelic drug. It is described as a psychedelic drug with visual effects and some stimulant-like properties.
How long does it take for 2C-B to come up?
 The onset of 2C-B lasts about 45-75 minutes, with a 15-30 minute “coming up” period. During this time, it’s common to feel a sense of anticipation or even anxiety. This is often coupled with a pleasurable warmth or tingling—like electricity or pins and needles—going up and down the body.
What is a 2C drug?
All drugs in the 2C family are Class A under the 1971 Misuse of Drugs Acts which means they are illegal to produce, supply or possess in any form. The maximum penalty for possession is seven years in prison.
How do you take 2C drugs?
It’s usually sold in small pills or white powder to be swallowed or snorted. Another way to take it is by smoking, but this is less common. 2C drugs are part of the psychedelic drugs family, meaning they are structurally similar to mescaline (mesc/cactus) and MDMA (ecstasy/molly).