Citation: Degaz. "Must See: An Experience with 2C-C (exp31191)". Erowid.org. Feb 24, 2004. erowid.org/exp/31191
||(powder / crystals)
I recieved my 2c-c in the mail in about 2 days. I thought this was unbelievably fast. I waited about a week to try it out when I had some time to really get into it. That turned out to be this weekend.
I put about .1 grams on a scale. I figured that was about 100+ mgs and a normal dosage (according to the few stories I read) was about 40mg. I took the 100mg and cut it in half. Then I took out the big chunks of crystals in that pile. I figured this was close enough to 40mg. I did not want to take too much since this stuff has a thin line between a bad trip and a good trip.
I put the 2c-c on a piece of tissue and parachuted it. Washed it down with some OJ and set off to a friend's house.
T+2 hours I still didn't feel anything. I purposely didn't do any other substances because I wanted to feel the true 2c-c trip. After 3 hours I became impatient and smoked a bowl with a friend. Within 5 minutes after getting high off the bowl, my body started to feel VERY good. It was like everything gave me goosebumps. Very cool feeling. My mind was clear and aware. I left there and took a drive back home. While searching for music on the radio, I found myself stopping at radio stations I don't normally listen to. It was like the music I heard was sounding better than I ever noticed.
T+7 hours I was still very hyper and feeling good. I was surprised by how long the dosage had lasted. During the whole thing I felt not one negative feeling, physically or mentally. I still have 400+ mgs of the stuff. I'll probably save it for shows. I think this stuff is made to be taken while in a concert/festival atmosphere. Lots of stimulation and music seems to increase the pleasant feelings.
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