The 2C psychedelic family boasts a long list of compounds, each with a distinct set of effects. Popular members of the group include 2C-B, 2C-C, 2C-D, 2C-E, & 2C-I.
LSD (AKA “Acid”) is just one of many members of the lysergamide family of psychedelics — a few of which possess even stronger psychedelic effects.
PCP (phencyclidine), also known as angel dust, is a powerful dissociative psychedelic with stimulant, euphoric, & deliriant effects.
2C-T is the first of a series of psychedelics in the subfamily 2C-T-X. This compound is psychoactive but has mild effects compared to 2C-T-2 or 2C-T-7.
2C-T-7 is a mixed bag. Some users suggest it's one of the greatest psychedelics of all time; others compare it to the deliriant effects of datura of DPH.
2C-T-2 is a member of the 2C-X family. It’s described as a middle-ground between MDMA & LSD. Some experts are interested in using this with psychedelic therapy.
2C-P is the most potent member of the 2C-X psychedelics invented by the late Alexander Shulgin. It's a popular research chemical but heeds caution.
2C-I is one of the most stimulating members of the 2C-X family of psychedelics. In lower doses, it's used as a nootropic and higher doses for its psychedelic activity.