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2C-G is a psychedelic phenethylamine of the 2C family. It was first synthesized by Alexander Shulgin, sometimes used as an entheogen. It has structural and pharmacodynamic properties similar to 2C-D and Ganesha. Like many of the phenethylamines in PiHKAL, 2C-G and its homologues (see below) have only been taken by Shulgin and a small test group, making it difficult to ensure completeness when describing effects.
Chemistry[edit | edit source]
Dosage[edit | edit source]
In Shulgin's book PiHKAL, the dosage range is listed as 20 to 35 mg.
Effects[edit | edit source]
Effects are similar to the related Ganesha, and are extremely long lasting; the duration is 18-30 hours. Visual effects are muted or absent, and it is described in PiHKAL as an "insight-enhancher". Unlike other members of the 2C* family, 2C-G is nearly as potent as its amphetamine cousin.
Homologues[edit | edit source]
Several homologues of 2C-G were also synthesized by Shulgin. These include 2C-G-3, 2C-G-5, and 2C-G-N. Some, such as 2C-G-2 and 2C-G-4, are possible to synthesize in principle but impossible or extraordinarily difficult to do so in practice.
2C-G-3[edit | edit source]
Dosage: 16-25 mg
Duration: 12-24 hours
Effects: Some visual effects. General euphoria with an underlying sense of paranoia.
2C-G-5[edit | edit source]
Dosage: 10-16 mg
Duration: 32-48 hours
Effects: Similar to 2C-B for some users. General euphoria (sometimes followed by irritability), often leading to tiredness (likely due to duration).
2C-G-N[edit | edit source]
Dosage: 20-40 mg
Duration: 20-30 hours
Effects: Stimulation similar to that caused by amphetamines. General sense of unease or unfriendliness for most.
Law[edit | edit source]
2C-G and all of its homologues are unscheduled and uncontrolled in the United States, but possession and sales of 2C-G (and homologues) will probably be persecuted under the Federal Analog Act because of their structural similarities to 2C-B.
Categorization[edit | edit source]
Aleph • 2C-B • 2C-B-FLY • 2C-C • 2C-D • 2C-E • 2C-F • 2C-G • 2C-I • 2C-N • 2C-O • 2C-O-4 • 2C-P • 2C-T • 2C-T-2 • 2C-T-4 • 2C-T-7 • 2C-T-8 • 2C-T-9 • 2C-T-13 • 2C-T-15 • 2C-T-17 • 2C-T-21 • 2C-TFM • 3C-E • 3C-P • Br-DFLY • DESOXY • DMMDA-2 • DOB • DOC • DOET • DOI • DOM • DON • Escaline • Ganesha • HOT-2 • HOT-7 • HOT-17 • Isoproscaline • Lophophine • MDA • MMDA • MMDA-2 • MMDA-3a • MMDMA • Macromerine • Mescaline • Proscaline • TMA
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