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2C-I
Bits & Pieces
by Erowid

The "Bits & Pieces" section is intended for random snippets of information which don't fit
easily elsewhere and/or which have been newly added, but not yet carefully categorized.


  • 2C-I/2C-* Sold as "Mescaline Derivative"
    Jun/Jul 2004: In some underground markets such as parties or outdoor festivals, people are selling 2C* compounds in liquid and telling consumers it is a "mescaline derivative". See the article Myth Debunking: Mescaline in Microdots for more about the implausability of fitting an active dose of mescaline in a single drop of liquid.
  • Local and Regional Marketing/Nick Names
    Spice: We've received emails from individuals calling 2C-I "spice", as a play on Frank Herbert's Dune and the letter "i". Spice was a marketing name used by a Research Chemical Vendor in Canada for 2C-I in 2004. Areas: Massachussets, New York state, Canada.
References #
  1. Crowell EB, Ketchum JS. "The treatment of scopolamine-induced delirium with physostigmine". Clin Pharmacol Ther May-Jun 1967; 8:409-14.
  2. Duvoisin RC, Katz R. "Reversal of central anticholinergic syndrome in man by physostigmine". JAMA. Nov 25 1968; 206(9):1963-5.
  3. Ketchum JS. Chemical Warfare; Secrets Almost Forgotten. James S. Ketchum, MD. 2006.