I Just Melted Away
Citation:   Holdon Kundera. "I Just Melted Away: An Experience with 2C-C (exp21642)". Erowid.org. Feb 26, 2003. erowid.org/exp/21642

40 mg insufflated 2C-C
  120 mg insufflated 2C-C
[Erowid Note: The dose described in this report is very high, potentially beyond Erowid's 'heavy' range, and could pose serious health risks or result in unwanted, extreme effects. Sometimes extremely high doses reported are errors rather than actual doses used.]

On Friday, February 21st, 2003, I went to a party at a friendís house. I had been very depressed for a week or two. At around 12 I insufflated 40 mg of 2C-C. I heavily drank beer. I either lost or ate another 40 mg capsule at some later point, I can't remember. I had a similar as before, but much more sedated. Trails of dots following cigarettes, rapidly jumping thoughts, etc...

When I woke up at noon on Saturday, the 22nd, I immediately insufflated 120 mg of 2C-C. I broke it into two lines and snorted 1, then the other about 10 minutes later. I had to focus to do the second line. I was still a little under the influence from Friday, and it hit me fast. I heard voices, laughed continuously, saw quick lines of color, had rapid thoughts trying to find significance in the most basic ideas and processes, and felt extremely internal. I went outside and laid down on the stairs, cold rain drizzling on me.

After around 20 minutes I went inside and lay down on the couch and became very cold, yelling and laughing for blankets. At this larger dose, I felt complete vertigo, both physically and mentally. I wanted company, but felt like a burden to my friends who were there. I could not stand or light my own cigarette. I laughed, and talked little. The vertigo is the part that was completely new; itís hard to describe. Just a strong desire to pull all the way inside myself until .

I had many questions that I asked myself, but few answers. This lasted strong for around 4-5 hours. I went home, and my internal thoughts turned into dazed depression. I cried and felt hopeless. I had been feeling very down for the last couple of weeks, and this brought it all down on me heavily. I ate some pizza with my friend and smoked a few bowls of pot.

I remained depressed until I went to sleep at around 10. I felt much, much better the next day. I don't think I will take that quantity of a substance I don't know that much about again when I am depressed. It was a learning experience, though. It gave me several deep questions about myself that I am soberly contemplating. I do not regret the experience.

Exp Year: 2003ExpID: 21642
Gender: Male 
Age at time of experience: Not Given
Published: Feb 26, 2003Views: 20,713
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