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2C family

2C drugs – such as 2CB, 2CI and 2CE – have hallucinogenic and stimulant effects

Also called:

  • 2-CB

  • 2-CE

  • 2-CI

  • 2-CP

  • 2-CT

  • 7-UP

  • Nexus

  • Seventh-Heaven

  • T-7

  • Tripstacy

What does it look like?

  • A small pill

  • A powder, usually white but not always

  • A liquid, but this is rare

2C drugs are normally sold as pills or powders, but this can vary. For example, 2CB and 2CT-7 have been sold as white powders or small 5mg pills. A liquid form of 2CI has been reported, but this is rare.

What does it taste/smell like?

Users say that 2Cs can give a burning sensation and be painful to snort.

Physical health risks

Taking 2C drugs involves risks. Here’s what we know:

  • They can cause headaches, nausea and vomiting.

  • There is a risk of over-stimulating the heart and circulation.

  • It’s not yet known if 2C drugs cause any long term damage, but there have been numerous hospitalisations associated with their use.

Mental health risks

Because the 2Cs are psychedelic drugs, anyone with a history of mental illness should be particularly careful. Here’s what we know:

  • Panic attacks have been reported.

  • Severe psychosis has been reported.

  • Confused, agitated or even delirious states have been reported when the drugs have been taken in high doses.

  • Evidence from other drugs – such as ecstasy and LSD – suggest that regular users of the drugs become tired, low in mood and anxious when they stop using, or if they use in high doses.

What is 2C family cut with?

Information about 2C purity is difficult to get hold of.

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