Citation: Sevion. "Candy Flipping Slightly Changed: An Experience with MDMA & 2C-B (exp52719)". Erowid.org. Nov 7, 2008. erowid.org/exp/52719
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One of my boys bought some 2cb, he also happens to always have e. So when he had them both I decided to try them both at once normally candy flipping is Ecstasy and LSD but this was the perfect trip.
I droped the x at about 8:30PM hit about 9 and the normal ecstasy roll began nothing special about it just a normal ecstasy roll.
At about 11PM I parachueted 50mg of 2cb, that kicked in fast I've never done 2cb before only LSD so I wasnt expecting it to hit how it did and how fast it did as I understand it usually takes 45-75mins. This took more along the lines of 15 mins.
The dose described in this report is very high, potentially beyond Erowid's 'heavy' range, and could pose serious health risks or result in unwanted, extreme effects. Sometimes extremely high doses reported are errors rather than actual doses used.]
Right after the 2cb hit the trance I was listening to in my friends car took on a whole new sound with the combination of the two drugs for the evening.
Lights still looked very glowy and bright just as they would if you where on Ecstasy or LSD
I got back to my house and plugged my headset into the computer, turned all my computer case lights, and started up some trance. Since everyone is going to sleep early for a friends wedding thats happening tomorrow. I had to trip without a partner but I've had plenty of oxperience with psychoactives so it wasnt a big issue.
All I did all night was listen to trance and watch the lights on my computers fan spin and the case lights glow.
Overhaull even though it wasnt a eventful night it was AWESOME. I have to do these two drugs together again but with some other people at the same time
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