2C-T-7 is a psychoactive or hallucinogenic compounds similar to mescaline of the 2C family. 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.
2C-T-7 is generally taken orally, and produces psychedelic and entheogenic effects that last 8 to 15 hours. Up until Operation Web Tryp and three deaths, two of which involved the use of other drugs in addition to 2-C-T-7 and one which involved an excessive insufflated dose, 2C-T-7 was sold commercially in Dutch and Japanese smartshops and online as “Blue Mystic”.There has been little real research done on this chemical other than Shulgin’s comments in PiHKAL and a few small animal studies mostly aimed at detecting metabolites.
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.