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2cb, also known with its street names of 7th heaven, 7-up, Blue Mystic, Lucky 7 and Tripstasy, is a psychedelic drug which affects a person’s cognition and perception of reality. Its chemical makeup is 4-bromo-2, 5-dimethoxyphenethylamine and is included in the 2C family, a group of hallucinogenic drugs. 2cb usually takes the form of white powder which can be intake orally or inhaled but can also be sold as tablets or gel caps.

2cb Medical And Miscellaneous Uses

2cb was effective for this use because of minimal and short duration of side effects. It has also become a popular drug to induce aphrodisiac effects. Legally, a prescription from a certified health care practitioner such as doctors is needed to acquire and buy 2cb.

2cb Effects

The onset of effects of 2cb is comparatively fast in a span of 20 to 90 minutes after being ingested or smoked. It will peak after 15 to 30 minutes of ingestion or inhalation. The next stage called plateau will usually last for 2 to 3 hours which is influenced by the dosage of the drug.


 
 
 
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