Citation: Psyched68. "Warm Therapeutic: An Experience with 2C-T-21 (exp111032)". Erowid.org. Sep 26, 2017. erowid.org/exp/111032
Previous experience: +100 psychedelic experiences starting 30 years ago with +10 different compounds (tryptamines, ergolines, phenetylamines & MDMA).
Testing: Marquis reagent showed yellow-light orange.
Dosage: 10 mg, came capsuled from very reputable vendor. Total weight of content – excluding capsule – was 140 mg. Content colored strongly green.
Tolerance: Tried 6 mg 4 days ago.
Setting: At home alone, daytime.
Set: A bit vulnerable, wanted the substance to help with some emotional release (which it did).
Took about 45 min to feel on an empty stomach. Climbed for another hour or two. Plateaued for 4-5 hours. Slow come down for a couple of hours. Baseline after 10-12 h.
Physical effects: Slight chills & jaw tension. Very little mydriasis. Felt like BP might have increased a bit. Some increased perspiration. Initially suppressed appetite, but food delicious at about 5 hours. After 6 h light diarrhea. No nausea. Very little stimulation. Felt physically benign compared to some other 2C’s.
Mental effects: Visually just some warmth to colors and maybe a bit more 3D feel to space and shapes. Maybe some slight movement if staring at something. Music appreciation amplified – but not to the same extent as with some other chemicals. Had some sort of drunken feeling to it, hard to describe. A bit absent minded and easily distracted – in a different way than many other psychedelics which have more clarity – though also makes me easily distracted.
Tactile stimulation increased in an MDMA-like way – great sex-enhancer also at lower doses like 5-7 mg.
Felt warm and heart opening with definite psychotherapeutic potential – without being as deep or potentially overwhelming as many other substances. Had some emotional release that felt very good. Will definitely take again.
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