Citation: StuckMojo. "What My Friend Said: An Experience with 2C-T-21 (exp30449)". Erowid.org. Jan 29, 2004. erowid.org/exp/30449
Two samples of powder (even of the same chemical) with equivalent volumes won't necessarily weigh the same. For this reason, eyeballing is an inaccurate and potentially dangerous method of measuring, particularly for substances that are active in very small amounts.
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I recently aquired 250mg of 2ct21 in the mail and eyeballed out 25 capsules and stuffed them with the white clumpy 2ct21. Now I dont know if the chemical is just fluffy or has a low weight but the capsules seemed twice as packed than my last 2c-I packing. I showed my friends on IRC in the third plateau chat room the picture of my filled 0 cap and they all said it looked like 20mg or more and they all looked about the same. Now the package came marked 250mg so I'm sure it was 10mg in each pill but I'm guessing its just more fluffy as I remember my amt gram looking like 2 grams when piled in a mountain. Anyways I found a friend willing to test a pill out and gave him all the proper information and he got back to me 2 days later with some of the following quotes:
'Totally blew my mind'
'The body high was amazing'
'I'm sure if a person new to psychedelics would have done a pill like this they would have prolly gone to the ER but I could handle myself'
'There was a definate mind fuck....Didnt you say reports of this stuff was CLEAR HEADED?'
'It felt like my skin was going to crawl off my body and I could swear I could have seen it leave the room'
'IT REALLY BLEW MY MIND'
I know there isnt much information from him as my conversation was cut short but from what it sounds like 10mg will totally mess my world up or the caps I packed were more than 10mg or he was sensitive so I'm going to repack the caps with about 1/2 and see what the response is from that.
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