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is a phenethylamine, a kind of hallucinogenic drug. Popular among the psychedelic phenethylamines known as the 2C-x family, 2C-B is structurally connected to the classic psychedelic mescaline. Although the particular process is not known, it is assumed to cause its effects through attaching to serotonin receptors in the brain.
The subjective effects of psychedelics include altered perceptions of time and space, feelings of pleasure and even a complete dissolution of one’s sense of self. The effects of 2C-B are often described by users as mild to moderate, hot, and very sensuous. There is a stronger focus on visual and tactile sensations, and it is often regarded as having a less serious or grandiose headspace than LSD or psilocybin mushrooms. A smaller amount may be used as an enhancer of sensory and aesthetic experience (similar to MDMA), while a bigger dose produces an unique classical psychedelic effect.
In terms of its physiological effects, 2C-B looks to have a safety profile comparable to that of traditional psychedelics, therefore it is likely to be well tolerated. Even yet, further study is required to properly comprehend its toxicity and health hazards. If you do decide to utilize this, please do it in a responsible manner.
Most of the compounds we use for scientific study are structural or functional analogs of restricted substances that are meant to have the same pharmacological effects without being unlawful and/or detectable by normal drug testing.
Psychoactive chemicals and performance-enhancing drug analogs are both examples of research chemicals.
In an attempt to find more powerful compounds with fewer adverse effects, several of them were first created in laboratories and then co-opted for recreational use. The first samples of other research substances were created in underground labs. Some medications may induce unanticipated side effects because their effectiveness and safety have not been fully studied in animal and human studies.
One possible branch of medication design is the creation of “designer drugs.” Medications discovered via the investigation of structural analogues, stereoisomers, and derivatives of known active drugs may have markedly different effects than those of the “original” drug (e.g., greater potency, or reduced adverse effects). It is also uncommon for designer medicines to mimic the effects of legally available narcotics while having fundamentally different chemical structures (for example, JWH-018 and THC have many of the same effects). Despite its wide applicability, the phrase “legal highs” is often associated with synthetic recreational drugs, occasionally including ones that have not been developed at all (e.g. LSD, the psychedelic side effects of which were discovered unintentionally).