Citation: HowDoYouFeel. "A Good First Impression of Nexus: An Experience with 2C-B (exp111548)". Erowid.org. May 1, 2018. erowid.org/exp/111548
7:10 AM - Woke up early to do this so let's hope it's good. Ever since I'd read about this, I've been dying to try it, and now I've finally got some! I just swallowed 25mg in a capsule.
7:30 AM - Felt a little burst of energy and a slight body load, I'm probably feeling this stuff so fast because I haven't eaten anything for the last 12 hours.
*After this point I forgot to take notes so the following times are estimates since I wrote the following notes about four hours after I swallowed the capsule*
~7:40 AM - Extreme nausea, I feel like I could vomit at any moment.
~7:45 AM - Colors are definitely getting better. Some slight pattern recognition enhancement.
~7:55 AM - Full on psychedelia, OEV's are clouding my vision. I take a look outside and everything looks pastel and indescribably unreal.
~8:10 AM - I decide to watch some TV until this gets a little more manageable.
~8:30 AM - Still a little anxious but overall headspace has cleared up a lot. May go outside in a bit to relax with a smoke.
~8:50 AM - Decide to go outside and smoke some cigarettes and enjoy nature until the trip comes down.
In essence, 2C-B was amazing. Certainly one of my favorite drugs.
Since writing the initial report, I've taken 2C-B again (about three weeks later) at the same dosage. I enjoy the clear headspace yet strong visuals while under the influence of this compound. The nausea isn't too fun during the come up but it can be fought off with some ginger. Usually I return back to baseline four hours after taking the drug. After the peak the mind clears up a lot and colors and pattern recognition remain constant for the next two hours into the trip ultimately ends. Overal, this chemical is one of my all time favorites and I would not hesitate in taking it again.
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