Citation: Captain Tripps. "Up in Smoke: An Experience with 2C-I (exp36693)". Erowid.org. Sep 12, 2004. erowid.org/exp/36693
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I received my package on a Friday and was in a hurry to try it out. None of my friends have had any experiences with 2C-I so all I knew was from the net. I had not fasted and did not have the time for a full blown experiment that night so I decided to smoke some.
I do not have a scale so I eyed what I believe was 3-5 mg into a test tube that I torched and sucked the smoke up with a straw. The taste is a lot like freebasing. A burning plastic chemical taste. I am sure some smoke was wasted in the process but here are the results.
Initially a light foggy visual, body high and slight confusion. I thought that it would hit me hard and fast all at once but this was not the case at all. A slow progressive experience of the same as the initial. I never peaked, saw visuals nor did I have profound thoughts. I went to the movies and saw Resident Evil: Apocalypse which is a fast paced visually stimulating movie anyway so I do not think that the 2C-I made much of a difference. Within 1 hour I felt normal again without the 'Profound Enlightenment' that I had hoped for.
I returned from the movies and did the same again. 3-5 mg, in a tube smoked. This was pleasant although still nothing tripendiculas. I played on the computer, thought a bit and eventually went to bed where I had wonderful thoughts just prior to falling asleep that I only remembered in the morning.
Now this whole experience seems like a waste however, it was not. It was a nice light way to work myself into bigger and better. I relay this to those that want to try smoking it first or solo. From what I have read and what I experienced I recommend that you save your stash for a real experience and take it orally. I will relay my new experienced of oral when I do it till then I hope this helps.
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