25I-NBOMe

 

 

IUPAC

 

   2-(4-iodo-2,5-dimethoxyphenyl)-n-[(2-methoxyphenyl)methyl]ethanamine

 

CAS

 

 919797-19-6

 

 

Formula

 

  C18H22INO3

 

 

Mol. Mass:

 

 427.277 g/mol

 

 

Other Common Names

 

 NBOMe-2c-I, BOM-CI, Cimbi-5, solaris

 

 

Appearance

 

 Clumpy orange looking powder that somewhat resembled a sort of “powdered rust.”

 

 

 

General:

Although this psychadelic compound was discovered in 2003, it did not gain popularity until David Nichols and his team at Purdue University investigated it further. 25I-NBOMe is a derivative of the pnethylamine hallucinogenic commonly known as 2C-I. The NBOMe series boasted a potency 16x stronger than its predecessor , with it producing effects in the low microgram range.  It was initially used in the study of mapping the 5HT2a Receptors in the brain because of 25I-NBOMe’s high affinity for those particular receptors.

Dosage (VERY TENTATIVE):

Keep in mind these are all in Micro grams, not milligrams. Huge difference.

Oral

  • threshold: 50 mcg
  • light: 75-250mcg
  • common: 250-500 mcg
  • heavy: 500-700 mcg

Insufflated

  • threshold: 25-35 mcg
  • light: 50-75  mcg
  • common: 100-300 mcg
  • heavy:  300+mcg

Is it legal?:

In the US there is no current legislation pending or passed against the NBOMe series of chemicals. This does not mean they are entirely legal though, as they are structurally similar to such scheduled substances as 2c-B and mescaline. Not approved for human consumption, implying consumption is unlawful and can result in arrest.