Citation: Psychetopic. "Delightful and Very Manageable: An Experience with 25C-NBOMe (exp95984)". Erowid.org. Sep 27, 2016. erowid.org/exp/95984
Dose: 3 blotters NBOMe-2C-C labelled 333 micrograms. (A single 333 blotter was taken the night before so some tolerance may or may not have been a factor.)
Setting: Outdoor trance party.
Very interesting material. It seems to provide the sensory enhancements of a psychedelic, particularly with music, color and depth perception, not unlike a mild dose of LSD, and most notably it provided the elation or mood-uplift that LSD often imparts (I felt happy, giddy and very sociable), however, it left the ego fully intact. My sense of self and identity were hardly touched (it barely felt like an 'altered state'), so while sensory and mood effects could be felt and enjoyed, it was a somewhat 'shallow' experience relative to psychedelics like 2-CE, LSD, 4-AcO-DMT, etc.
Even though I have never enjoyed MDMA very much (I always preferred the somewhat more earned 'ecstasy' that comes along with LSD and found MDMA to be too psychologically and emotionally overbearing and too physically taxing), I thoroughly enjoyed the easy, clear and manageable euphoria of this compound. It's sort of like an 'acid-light.'
The other thing about it that makes it appropriate for some social contexts and not others is that it doesn't provide that much physical energy, especially after it wears off in 6 hours. So if I want to dance past the dawn and into the morning hours, a moderate dose of LSD would give me the energy and clarity to keep going, but if I prefer for the effects to wear off in 5 or 6 hours, NBOMe-25C is better because going to sleep by the 6th hour is very easy.
This is all from 3 x 333 microgram hits. One hit was very very mild. A friend is exploring it as a nootropic in that range but I think it has more potential as an anti-depressant than a cognitive enhancer at the milder doses, as I find a slight increase in distractability, which is fine for socializing and simple chores but not for seriously attention-demanding tasks.
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