2C-E - Do’s and don’ts | Drugslab

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In this video Rens Polman tells you the do’s and don’ts to reduce the risks when using 2C-E (2,5-dimethoxy-4- ethylphenethylamine).
-          Always test your 2C-E.
-          Choose to swallow 2C-E. Snorting is very painful.
-          Make sure that you use in a save environment.
-          Use a mg scale to weigh the right dose.
-          You can become nauseous. Make sure you eat a good meal 3 hours before using, so you reduce the risk of vomiting.
-          Never take more than 15 mg. The chance of a badtrip will be higher.
-          Do not participate in traffic.
-          Do not combine with other drugs, medicines or alcohol.
-          Make sure you’re not alone during the use of 2C-E.
-          Stacking is not wise. 
-          The dose is dependent on: Your experience, sensitivity and the concentration of the 2C-E.
-          Please make sure you do not take a too high dose. There is a high chance of getting a badtrip.
-          Light dose: 5-10 mg.
-          Usual dose: 10-15 mg.
-          Strong dose: 15-30 mg.
-          Light dose: 1-3 mg.
-          Usual dose: 3-7 mg.
-          Strong dose: 6-10 mg.
Short term:
-          Badtrip (fear, restless, panic).
-          The trip is more intense than expected.
-          Injury due to accidents when participating in traffic and other situations.
-          Psychoses.
Long-term risks:
-          There is a little known about the long-term risks. But this doesn’t mean there are no long-term risks.


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