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2c-b

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2c-b

2c-b is classified as a novel psychoactive drug from the phenethylamine class of drugs, similar to mescaline. Its effects vary depending on dosage, but is classified as a stimulant and hallucinogenic. It is a club drug, commonly found as an adulterant in MDMA or Ecstasy. It can also be taken alone. It comes in powder or tablet form and can be snorted, taken by mouth, or taken rectally. It causes feelings of pleasure, hallucinations. Side effects can include tremors, muscle spasms, diarrhea of other GI distress, tachycardia, hypertension, and elevated body temperature.

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Other names

Nexus, Bees, Tu Si

Where do people get it?

It can be purchased on the internet, but more commonly mixed in other drugs or bought off the street.

How is it dangerous?

It can cause serotonin syndrome, leading to severe cerebral edema (brain swelling), seizures, and long term neurological damage.

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