What is 2C-B/2C-T-7?

These are psychoactive or hallucinogenic compounds similar to mescaline. Chemically, 2C-B is 4-bromo-2, 5-dimethoxyhenethylamine. 2C-T-7 is 2,5-dimethoxy-4-(n)-propylthiophenethylamine. Because they are produced in clandestine laboratories, they are seldom pure and the amount in a capsule or tablet is likely to vary considerably.

What are the street names/slang terms for 2C-B/2C-T-7?

7th heaven, 7-up, Beautiful, Blue Mystic, Lucky 7, Nexus, Tripstasy.

What does it look like?

Both are sold in powder or in pill form.

How is it used?

Taken orally or snorted. Even in small doses it can be lethal. 2C-T-7 is more lethal when snorted.

What are its short-term effects?

2C-T-7 causes intense hallucinations. The most commonly reported unpleasant effects are gastrointestinal: nausea and vomiting. Also, diarrhea, gas, delirium, muscle tension and spasms, headaches, increased heartbeat, raised blood pressure, confusion or disorientation and inability to concentrate. 2CB has been reported to cause confusion, cardiovascular disturbances, and dehydration.

What are its long-term effects?


What is its federal classification?

Schedule I


Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) and National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)

Click on the link below to download the fact sheet for this drug:

2C-B/2C-T-7 Fact Sheet (PDF)