2C-B (Nexus): Mental effects
Last modified: Saturday, 20. June 2009 - 3:56 pm
2C-B is capable of producing a number of varying effects based on dose. A few milligrams of increase in dose can produce a tremendous difference in the effect. Doses as low as 4 mg can make users become passive and relaxed. Users report the effects are similar to those of ecstasy. At slightly higher doses of 8-10 mg, the drug’s stimulating effects are increased and a completely intoxicated state is produced. Mild hallucinations may also be experienced. High doses of 20-30 mg produce overt and vivid hallucinations. Doses higher than 30 mg can produce paranoia, extremely frightening hallucinations, and morbid delusions.
The visual effects of 2C-B can be much more intense than those produced by LSD or psychedelic mushrooms. Music can heighten the visual effects of the drug. Moving objects leave “trails” behind them, and colors may appear from nowhere. Surfaces may appear covered with geometric patterns and may seem to be moving.
The effects of 2C-B can last for up to 12 hours, depending on dose. They usually start 20-90 minutes after ingestion and last for three to four hours before starting to decrease. It usually takes two hours to come down from the drug, and the aftereffect can last for four hours.