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25I-NBOMe (2C-I-NBOMe)
Dose
by Erowid
DOSAGE DESCRIPTION #
Caution : Dose information should not be taken as recommendations. [see below]
2C-I-NBOMe Dosages
Sublingual/Buccal
Threshold
50 - 250 ug (micrograms)
Light
200 - 600 ug
Common
500 - 800 ug
Strong
700 - 1500 ug

2C-I-NBOMe Dosages
Insufflated
Threshold
50 - 250 ug
Light
200 - 600 ug
Common
500 - 800 ug
Strong
700 - 1500 ug

2C-I-NBOMe is most commonly found in powder form, but is also mixed into liquid as well as dropped onto blotter paper (due to its extremely low doses). An additional complication is that some 2C-I-NBOMe is sold as freebase, some as HCl, and some as pre-"complexed" material that is mixed with a substance (HPBCD) designed to make 2C-I-NBOMe more soluble in water and therefore bioavailable. These different forms will all have different total masses per active dose.

Because of the different forms available, some pre-dosed onto blotter, it is difficult to provide consistent dosage information.

NOTES #
Due to its potency, misjudging the dose of 2C-I-NBOMe carries very real risks. A substantial dosage error could lead to undesirable or dangerous effects. If 2C-I-NBOMe is in pure powder form, small breezes, accidental inhalation, or touching the eyes or mouth after handling could result in full-blown effects or dangerous overdoses. Because of these dangers, 2C-I-NBOMe powder should be labeled clearly and handled with laboratory methods (goggles, gloves, mask) to minimize risks.

CAUTION & DISCLAIMER #
Every individual reacts differently to every chemical.

Erowid's dosage information is a summary of data gathered from users, research, and other resources. This information is intended to describe the range of dosages people report using. It should not be construed as a recommendation of any sort. Individuals can respond very differently to the same dosage. What is safe for one can be deadly for another.