25I NBOMe, is a psychedelic phenethylamine. It’s a potent drug with a low safety ratio, so it’s easier to encounter dangerous effects compared to LSD or psilocin.
25I NBOMe, Because it has received a lot of negative coverage in the media and has caused multiple fatalities, doesn’t have a good reputation. Nevertheless, it’s typically safe at common doses and some people enjoy its effects.
When using strong+ doses, it may be more likely to cause confusion and be overwhelming than other psychedelics. It could also contribute to HPPD at a somewhat higher rate.
The substance was synthesized in the early 2000s, but it didn’t enter the recreational market until 2010.
Usually it’s sold on blotter paper, but it has also been sold as a powder and liquid.
N-bomb; N-bome; Smiles; Cimbi-5
Molecular formula: C18H22INO3
Molecular weight: 427.282 g/mol
NBOMe-2C-I sold online atcoinchemicals.comhas a full IUPAC name of 4-iodo-2,5-dimethoxy-N-[(2-methoxyphenyl)methyl]-benzeneethanamine, monohydrochloride which belongs to a class of hallucinogen phenethylamine research chemicals.
25I-NBOMe might be a potent agonist at the HT2A receptor.
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NBOMes are psychedelic drugs similar in effect to LSD. The drug has different pronunciations, but on the street, they are often called N-Bombs. It appears that the drug reached the street market in 2010, and by December 2012, it was on the Drug Enforcement Agency’s radar.
As the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Addiction reports, from 2008 to 2013, there were 233 new drugs on the street, including NBOMes. There is a variety of NBOMes on the market, but all are N-Benzyl-Oxy-Methyl derivatives of phenethylamines such as 2C-I and 2C-B.
Side Effects of Use
Known side effects of NBOMes include:
- Increased blood pressure
NBOMes are potent and active below one milligram. A dangerous dose can be as low as three to five milligrams (for a point of reference, a large grain of kosher salt is over five milligrams).