2C-B is taken by mouth, preferably on an empty stomach. The action of 2C-B is strictly dose dependent. The required volume of the drug is so small that complex scales are used to accurately determine a single dose. Using "street" 2C-B, it is very difficult to accurately determine how much drug is contained in the capsule. People using quality 2C-B often mix it with a neutral powder before measuring individual doses, which allows them to be more accurate.
In the description of PIHKAL, the dosage range indicated by Shulgin varies from 16 to 24 mg. Another description of 2C-B gives a range of 12 to 30 mg. Shulgin's descriptions of the effects of various doses of the drug can be summarized as follows: 16 mg induces a "museum-level" state. A person can visit public places, for example, he can go to a museum, but at the same time his perception will be slightly sharpened. A dose ranging from 20 to 24 mg produces more vivid experiences with visual effects and heightened sensations.
From 30-40 mg of the drug, you can already experience discomfort. Shulgin talks about overdoses of over 100 mg, which caused terrible experiences, but did not lead to long-term disturbances in the body. However, some people have an unusually low sensitivity to 2C-B and other substances of the phenethylamine family.
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