25I-NBOMe is a hallucinogenic drug that is a derivative of the substituted phenethylamine psychedelic 2C-I. It is a new substance, and little is known about its behavioral and pharmacological risks. It is referred to as 25I, 25C, NBOME, GNOME, Dime and DOB.
Users compare the effects of 25I-NBOMe to LSD. Like LSD, it is measured in micrograms and is often distributed on “tabs.” These tabs are often mistaken for LSD. It is used sublingually and buccally; users also report snorting, smoking, and inhaling the drug.
Effects can last four to twelve hours and are subject to how the drug is taken and what dosage is used. Users report euphoria, hallucinations, and mental and physical stimulation. They also report nausea, difficulty focusing, confusion, vasoconstriction, panic and paranoia, fainting, and out of control thinking.
STREET NAMES: 25I, 25C, NBOME, GNOME, Dime and DOB.