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ARCHIVE: June 28, 2001
Dear Dr. Shulgin:
I would like to learn about 2,5-dimethoxy-4-(n)-propylthiophenethylamine, known as 2C-T-7, including recommended dosage, predicted effects and duration of action.
Addendum Sept. 2002: 2C-T-7 Scheduled.
There are two superb epidemiological studies of human trials with 2C-T-7 taken from surveys of users, and one excellent clinical study of it as a potential psychotherapy tool.
An article appeared in the MAPS Bulletin entitled, "An Amateur Qualitative Study of 48 2C-T-7 Subjective Bioassays," in Volume 10 #2 Summer issue of 2000, on page 11. It can be downloaded from the MAPS web site, where it is filed at http://www.maps.org/news-letters/v10n2/10211har.html. This was a survey conducted by Casey Hardison with users who attended an ethnopharmacologic workshop in Southern Mexico earlier that year.
Another review, a survey of users of both 2C-T-7 and the S-ethyl homologue 2C-T-2 was written by a person named Murple, and covered the 423 responses that he received from a request for information published by the drug web-site Erowid. This is entitled "2C-T-2 & 2C-T-7 User Surveys" and has been published at that site on February 6, 2001. The address is http://www.erowid.org/chemicals/2ct7/article1/survey.shtml for downloading.
The human clinical study was entitled "Preliminary Results with New Psychoactive Agents 2C-T-2 and 2C-T-7" and was published in the Jahrbuch f. Ethnomedizin, pp 99-117 (1993). It was authored by Myron J. Stolaroff and C.W. Wells, and it is in English.
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