2C drugs – such as 2CB, 2CI and 2CE – have hallucinogenic and stimulant effects
How the drug works varies from person to person
- How you might feel
- Awake, alert, affectionate and/or distorted sense of reality and hallucinations.
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- Effects on your body
- Sensitive to touch, colours, sounds and smells and/or headaches, nausea and vomiting.
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- How long it takes to work
- Depends on how you take it - can be snorted, swallowed or smoked.
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- How long the effects last
- Depends on how much you take but is usually around one hour.
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- Common risks
- Drugs that make you hallucinate can make existing mental health conditions worse. Panic attacks, psychosis, confusion and anxiety are all common risks.
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- Mixing drugs
- Mixing drugs is always risky but some mixtures are more dangerous than others.
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