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NBOMe (25I-nbome, n-bomb, smiles) is a potent group of synthetic hallucinogenic drugs that mimic LSD and have been linked to many deaths overseas. The most common substances in the group are 25I-NBOMe, 25B-NBOMe and 25C-NBOMe. Like LSD it is often sold as squares of blotting paper which are placed under the tongue, but it can also come in capsules, tablets, liquid, or powder form.

NBOMe can cause hallucinations, distorted reality, euphoria, strong empathy, panic or nausea. It can also cause dizziness, hot and/or cold flushes, increased perspiration, and numbness in the arms and legs.

Important information about NBOMe, including its effects, how to be safer and how to cut down

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