#TestIt Alert: Misrepresented ‘Beatles Blotter’ Sold as 2C-B in Saskatchewan, Canada
Last Updated: August 1, 2022
By: DanceSafe Staff
DanceSafe has received information from a community member in Saskatchewan, Central Canada, about ‘Beatles blotter’ that was sold as 2C-B. According to the individual, the blotter had “a metallic taste that stung the tongue.” A half tab was ingested and it made the individual groggy, but there weren’t any “distinguishing visuals.” The blotter was not tested with reagents.
This is clear misrepresentation, as active doses of 2C-B do not fit on standard blotter paper. For example, a dose of 2C-B at 23 mg (which is within the range for a common dose) would be 23,000 ug, which far exceeds the absorbency capabilities of common blotter. It is unknown what this substance could be.
We urge our community to keep in mind that drug markets are expansive and that this blotter may appear in locations other than the submission’s origins. Always test before you ingest to avoid ingesting misrepresented substances, and so you can adjust your intention, set, and setting appropriately to minimize risks. Purchase your DanceSafe drug checking kit here.
The purpose of #TestIt Alerts is to alert the public to misrepresented substances circulating in their region. We neither condemn nor condone drug use, but rather want people to be aware of what they are ingesting so they can take steps to minimize risks.
Since 1998, DanceSafe has been keeping the electronic music and nightlife communities safe. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, we provide free harm reduction services at music festivals and nightlife events across the nation. All proceeds from the sales of our drug checking kits go back into the organization so we can continue to provide our services to our communities for free. By purchasing a kit, you are not only helping keep you and your friends safe, you are also contributing to the harm reduction movement. Thank you for your support!