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How does psych tolerance work? Also 4-ho-met dosing question for longer trip? by Basil Penkincheck - Thu, 29 Mar 2018 08:52:14 EST ID:3J+3hVTa No.887277 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I did 30mg of 4-ho-met 5 days ago and it felt like I took 1.5gs of shrooms or 1 tab of acid, slightly visual, no real mushroom headspace, but yet still slightly sedating and euphoric. I had a pretty high tolerance because I had only tripped a few days before, and that's understandable. I never test my tolerance to /psychs/ until about a week has past because it feels like that basically resets my tolerance to zero.

If I wait two more days which makes it a full week after tripping last, does /psy/ think my tolerance will be nearly reset, or because I had an unusually high tolerance the last time I tripped will I still likely have a higher tolerance and should wait 2 weeks?

Also, how would you guys recommend dosing so I can get a longer trip out of 4-HO-MET? I can ingest it I know but I usually love to insufflate it, hits harder, comes up faster, less body load. Should I just ingest like 20mg and then 5-10 minutes later rail 20mg? I don't wanna plug it.
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Eugene Honeycocke - Thu, 29 Mar 2018 12:16:09 EST ID:kxLI9wKT No.887281 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i'd say try 50mg, that got me pretty damn fucked up for a while but keep in mind it was with zero built up tolerance
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Frederick Brookshit - Sat, 31 Mar 2018 04:46:58 EST ID:QPXH1Lf+ No.887311 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Different drugs have different tolerance curves. I don't think that there's any one curve or formula that works for everything.
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Beatrice Nundertack - Sat, 31 Mar 2018 18:11:54 EST ID:W69QLDMJ No.887333 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>887311
there is, it's called the Fibonacci frequency, learn to science bro.


Anyone know where to get DOM? by Graham Bubblebat - Fri, 02 Feb 2018 01:17:22 EST ID:gMYxylTK No.885393 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Long trip, deep shot, sent hippies to the hospital when they thought it was acid, Shulgin wrote about it?

I've looked everywhere and can't find anyone who has it. Has anyone here done it? I'm eager to get my hands on it.
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Sophie Drubberhood - Fri, 02 Feb 2018 15:19:44 EST ID:ZgfrcNMJ No.885460 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>885452
king nb
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Emma Honeygold - Fri, 02 Feb 2018 18:44:07 EST ID:xCRvhvbD No.885480 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>885393
gammagoblin was selling tons of it a few years ago. From memory it the effects were somewhere between acid and 2cb but more speedy and shallow and didn't last any longer than acid ime. I preferred doc. That shit goes deeper and is longer lasting.
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Angus Dinnerspear - Fri, 02 Feb 2018 19:31:18 EST ID:NU5Ph7lR No.885482 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>885393
the are selling it currently on dream market bro
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Esther Grimstock - Fri, 02 Feb 2018 22:25:15 EST ID:zeCThNjW No.885484 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>885393
I bought 5 tabs of it late last year, it's pretty fun but not as good as LSD in my opinion. Gives you a lot of energy but not forcefully. Tastes fucking awful. I tend to see lots of animals on my trips but it was especially prevalent taking DOM. I'd advise planning a nature trek and taking a bit in the morning and going on a hike. You need a full day free and to take it early, it's very slow to come on. All in all, it's quite interesting, and I'd recommend it if you can find something active to do.
Serenity, tranquility and peace is quite a good way to describe it in my opinion.
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Simon Blabbermadging - Sat, 31 Mar 2018 03:25:08 EST ID:b8HiaYnF No.887309 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>885482
Who is? OP here. I did manage to find DOB, but no DOM, anywhere ;-;
DOB was beautiful, but I'd snap up DOM in an instant if I had the chance. I feel like I'd enjoy it.

>inb4 necro


Third psychedelic trip went awry by Eugene Smallway - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 06:25:39 EST ID:kZojwwkw No.887243 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Okay so it's been my third time with acid. I got it from a reliable source on the deepweb. I took the sheets and lay them in the back seat of an old used car, covered the car in petrol and took a light to it, and ran, but this time the car blew up startlingly fast. The last two times it caught fire and burned for about maybe 5-10 seconds and then boom. Did I do something wrong? I was advised once to use a burning rag for a safer experience. I'd like some advice on best to do LSD. The last two times went smoothly and the experience was euphoric, refreshing and cleansing, and I felt completely open and wonderful as the stars looked down on my burning wreckage. I truly felt at one with them.
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Angus Hisslesodge - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 22:18:39 EST ID:ZTQuhU+N No.887266 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>887243
I had the same problem when i was 10, here's where you went wrong...you cant just light the car on fire and not piss on it and inhale the fumes.
Without inhaling the LSD flavored fumes there's no point. I hope this helps i wasted a full book of acid when i was a kid and my uncle showed me this protip.
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Molly Pimmlebot - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 22:40:23 EST ID:LywZUfmH No.887267 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This thread is stupid, ya'all are retarded, and I'm a fucking idiot for reading all this sit and smirking.

Shame on you all, may the hypervoid chastise you with multilevel transpunishment from the 11th dimension.
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Eugene Honeycocke - Thu, 29 Mar 2018 07:59:06 EST ID:kxLI9wKT No.887274 Ignore Report Quick Reply
thank you for making this, I needed a good laugh after learning today that somebody torched my acid
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James Crommersene - Thu, 29 Mar 2018 12:12:12 EST ID:sNujqPlr No.887280 Ignore Report Quick Reply
thank you for making this, I needed a good laugh after killing myself today
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Oliver Fuckingdock - Sat, 31 Mar 2018 01:37:13 EST ID:QgUbohnQ No.887306 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>887246


Odd first experience by Polly Shakefield - Sat, 17 Mar 2018 10:43:38 EST ID:ISPSo08i No.886921 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>tried shrooms for the first time
>went through three stages
>first stage: unrelenting anxiety, like a fear gripping my chest from the inside
>second stage: emotional release, almost two hours of crying
>third stage: a floaty feeling, complimented by visual distortions and vivid colors

Did I do something wrong? Was that how shrooms were supposed to go?
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Matilda Mucklefuck - Sun, 18 Mar 2018 16:46:31 EST ID:7OBsp/5q No.886966 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>886932
Drums or powerful rhythms in general, at least when played during the come up of and during a trip, apparently can actually help immensely when it comes to reducing anxiety.

Anxiety is in large part a result of widespread destabilization of brainwave coherency due to disinhibition in the corticocortical feedback loop (networks/circuits of neurons in the cortical regions of the brain/neocortex) and the thalamocortical circuit (the primary circuit connecting various smaller ones, such as the corticocortical circuit, and their projections to the thalamus where the sensory info is collected or gated, and then projected through sensory binding pathways to be integrated). The destabilization in the two-way pathways between the cortices and thalamus causes recurrent excitation that feeds on itself and causes a vicious cycle. Here in particular, the destabilization leads to sensations of sensory overload, the need to recede/shrink/hide away, the loss of control or grip on one's reality, etc.

It isn't until the neurons in these circuits fully decouple (leading to ego death) and then recouple hypercoherently (transcendence following that during the plateau) that feelings of anxiety, fear, and terror go away. Now, given these last two brain states are less... turbulent than the initial one, they are typically considered the goal to reach, and the journey to that goal is capable of being made much less turbulent, and even expedited. Let me quote the article I'm getting most of this information from, because the author puts it best:

"What I am offering here is a model for measuring positive vs. negative psychedelic experiences based not on trip content but on the ease with which the subject can transition through excitation, destabilization, and decoupling to get to the all-important peak, or some similar hyper-coherent mind state associated with gnosis and mystical enlightenment, depending on what the subject seeks. The set, setting, and ritual of shamanic practice is thus primarily to help subjects and groups seamlessly navigate these transitory states, making sure internal brain rhythms destabilize gracefully, decouple, and re-cohere at optimized phase states for extended perio…
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Nell Washset - Mon, 19 Mar 2018 03:48:40 EST ID:ZhQSnk15 No.886983 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>886938
this
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Alice Drinkinlock - Tue, 27 Mar 2018 09:47:59 EST ID:3jFDLGS5 No.887223 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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How much did you eat, though, because the only time I've had bad feels was with 7g, the first hurdle was a little tough, but I've never cried for two hours. It's probably just your personal response to it, and there's no guarantee next time will be the same.
In any case, and I don't know what other people do, but I like eating around 4-5g, it's where the fun kicks in. Sometimes I eat another tiny bit before going to bed for the tickly feeling in the toesies. I also always smoke weed eventually during the trip, maybe that will calm you.
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Hamilton Crudgetat - Tue, 27 Mar 2018 12:05:16 EST ID:e8+NWkQJ No.887224 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>887223
not op but ive had it on low doses of various psys, sometimes people bottle up their emotions and something like a psychedelic trip is enough to let it all come out, regardless of the dosage
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Jenny Connerhall - Sat, 31 Mar 2018 01:31:57 EST ID:bxQUbK7e No.887304 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Dude... That's called a mushroom trip if you wanna skip that shitty first stage , get your shit together so you don't have things to be anxious about.


2-CB Alone? by Graham Duckhall - Tue, 20 Mar 2018 19:24:46 EST ID:YyjxWXRM No.887035 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey guys,

I finally found myself some 2-CB. I've taken pills/mdma several times and it has always been my fave. in january tho, i came to you guys and told you about my wonderful truffles trip. too good. so different and made me think perhaps psychedelics are my new thing, so different and beautiful. For me, I loved the 'inner' experience mostly, but the visuals were cool too.

So I understand, 2-CB is like a mix of the two, but more visual than spiritual? And even then it seems that the visuals are very mild. As i'm an experienced MDMA user, and my truffles trip was positive (i felt in control but did have a sitter), would it be safe to take alone? Asking because I dont want to be that dick, I would rather consider the risks and if its worth it. However, from what I've seen online its a very mild drug. perhaps the only risk is i lose the empathic element of the trip due to being alone.

I ask aswell as my boyfriend doesn't want to take it soon, he wants to wait a little bit, however I will be in my parents house (lived in it for 18 years and then was away during uni term) alone sunday night as they are away. It's practically MY home, ive grew up in it and i'd feel so comfortable and happy. Boyfriend is unable to trip sit as he's working nightshift, and to be honest, after the truffles trip i've just been wanting to do a psychedelic alone so i can really meditate and understand myself. I think it would only enhance the experience. I feel that some of the trip i was pressured/anxious into feeling/thinking things that would please him. Not his fault, just me being too aware of others perceptions of myself.

What would you advice? I have 2x 20mg capsules, i'd either be taking one with him, or one alone and then hang out with him when he takes his. I wouldn't risk taking 40mg alone.
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Graham Bronningville - Tue, 27 Mar 2018 06:40:10 EST ID:OrWVm480 No.887221 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>887216
>>887217
Thanks lads
I'm just trying to imagine what it'd be like as I've done MDMA, LSD, and psilocybin before, and the psilocybin in particular gave me feelings of child-like wonder while the LSD made me scared and confused but not in a bad trip-like way ;_;
The MDMA-like headspace sounds comfortable and nice, though

How's the physical euphoria? Is it a big part of the experience?
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Clara Chingernit - Tue, 27 Mar 2018 12:11:00 EST ID:gKvH2xf9 No.887225 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>887221
I get what you mean with LSD. It makes me feel like I'm a ghost.

I love it.
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Graham Bronningville - Tue, 27 Mar 2018 13:43:01 EST ID:OrWVm480 No.887227 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>887225
literally this
i felt like i was phasing through my girlfriend when i lay next to her and had auditory hallucinations of wind blowing but very distorted
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William Dembleway - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 20:38:03 EST ID:gKvH2xf9 No.887263 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>887221
The physical euphoria is like a moderate mdma roll but with a weird edge to it.
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Phyllis Gurrywell - Thu, 29 Mar 2018 20:58:51 EST ID:gqNwNzlf No.887285 Ignore Report Quick Reply
2-cb is wonderful. i have in the past mixed with mdma and it was truly incredible. If youre into partying and any kind of rave culture its the perfect drug. Visuals are gorgeous and youre able to think clearly while enjoying stage lights or whatever. The feeling of euphoria at bass drops or changes in music were incredible i was actually saying oh my god out loud and just being absolutely blown away.

also sex on it was fab


Most sedative psychadelic? by Beatrice Greenson - Sat, 10 Mar 2018 15:44:44 EST ID:kxLI9wKT No.886703 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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i'm not sure if this is a stupid question, but what psychadelic would you consider the most sedative/hypnotic/comfy/couchlocking? from my own random googling i'd guess probably shrooms, but my only personal experience with psychadelics is with LSD and 4-HO-MET. i'd definitely say 4-HO-MET had me slumped at times, but i also spent a lot of time walking around and talking pretty energetically.

anyway, what's your guys' opinion?
>inb4 ketamine
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John Dashbot - Mon, 26 Mar 2018 17:50:15 EST ID:bQYHaK3z No.887215 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>886703
for me, shrooms comes closest to anything i would call sedating, but still not super sedating. mushrooms made me feel incredibly heavy, whereas LSD made me feel energetic with a sort of electric buzz. on mushrooms, it was hard to stand up, but i wasn’t lethargic or sleepy, simply felt “heavy”
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Graham Bronningville - Tue, 27 Mar 2018 06:47:27 EST ID:OrWVm480 No.887222 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>887215
This
I've done a moderate dose of psilocybe truffles before, and it felt like my whole body was 'sleeping'. You know, that tingling sensation when a limb is a bit numb.
When I consumed the psilocybin I was sitting on a chair, and when I tried to get up from the chair, I slowly moved down to the floor and it was hard to get up again because my body felt heavy, tingly, and numbed (but not in a dissociative way).
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Nathaniel Semmleman - Tue, 27 Mar 2018 20:14:18 EST ID:LSqD7lMG No.887235 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>887156

>psys will make you go crazy
[Citation Needed]
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Fiend !!1C9jE+w+ - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 16:02:11 EST ID:qwgZcDpK No.887254 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>887235
Like, c'mon. It's not farfetched to think that doing psychs every day will eventually fuck up your entire perspective on life. Whether or not you consider that "crazy" or not entirely depends on your perspective. Easy examples are Leary and McKenna, who both ended up sounding like evangelical nutcases by the end of their career. Hunter Thompson's later work is largely a jumbled mess. Bob Weir and Bill Kreutzman are still playing music, but if you watch interviews with them (check out Long Strang Trip if you care), especially in relation to Jerry, you can see how much of that shit is still pumping through their system (literally or figuratively IDK, but I suspect they're still doing acid regularly). Phil Lesh on the other hand seems like he got himself relatively unscathed at some point. An example of someone who truly lost it is Syd Barrett. Now obviously in his case it's sort of assumed that their was already an underlying mental disorder, but if you're not famous, without a family history people will call a pseudospiritual bullshit burnout what they are, which is to say burnt the fuck out. And being delusional is being delusional, regardless of whether it's a matter of "faith" or not. There's believing in something and then there's acting on that belief in a way that drastically alters one's behavior, which is not much different from the way people who we label as psychotic act.

And from my own personal experience, I have many underlying mental disorders (predominately Bipolar 2), but I'm 90% sure that schizotypal was not one of them. Yet after years of drug use I've developed all the symptoms of SPD in some form or other.
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Eugene Honeycocke - Thu, 29 Mar 2018 08:06:07 EST ID:kxLI9wKT No.887276 Ignore Report Quick Reply
has anyone on here taken 5-bromo-DMT? i've heard thats it's considerably sedative and stoning. i know it's super rare but i've always wanted to get my hands on some


Long Trips! by Edwin Shittingwater - Thu, 22 Mar 2018 05:16:15 EST ID:h+kMUIzh No.887074 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Need some experiences, stories, or general advice about uncomfortably long acid trips. I took a tab and a half of acid at 9:30 AM thinking it would be about a 12 hour trip. Now at 2:00 AM, about 16+ hours later I'm still tripping quite a bit. I'm definitely ready to come down but I can't, so I'm just waiting it out. If anybody has any experiences with trips like this please post them here.
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Cedric Fandlewill - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 03:55:42 EST ID:g+WWltaK No.887239 Ignore Report Quick Reply
on a relative note are mushrooms just not for 2 day trips? I wanted to get weird here but the first dose of 5g was strong but so short, and the second dose is doing nothing. Ive read about the tolerance but shit man. nb
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Isabella Sosslehood - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 05:06:22 EST ID:A9dCxeb0 No.887240 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Anybody saying he didn't take acid is absolutely pants on head retarded. LSD affects everybody differently. Especially when new to psychedelics you can easily notice the difference in headspace for up to 24 hours.
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Barnaby Pocklock - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 16:26:51 EST ID:MRCIo/Wv No.887256 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>887240
this, my first trip was balls deep 300ug (GG acid, don't know if its legit enough for you guys) and it lasted somewhere around 18h total

what I also noticed is the longer break you take, the longer your next trip will be
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William Dembleway - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 21:06:43 EST ID:gKvH2xf9 No.887264 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>887256
That is true. Truly amazing visuals fade pretty quickly leaving a much larger portion of the trip being spend in a mental tizzy and less enjoying the scenery with very frequent trips.
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Cyril Bammleshaw - Thu, 29 Mar 2018 01:47:31 EST ID:ZrtCaAMW No.887268 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>887240
not really because theres psychedelic analogues that last 18-24 hours, also headspace doesnt mean tripping


Violet morning glories by Nell Bruffingman - Sat, 24 Mar 2018 13:28:22 EST ID:xsYY90bx No.887134 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I stumbled upon these morning glories a while ago and collected some of its seeds. Can anybody tell me if they're psychoactive? I am currently growing heavenly blues but it would be interesting trying to grow these as well.
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Fiend !!1C9jE+w+ - Sat, 24 Mar 2018 14:45:11 EST ID:D3a0JsRG No.887136 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>887134
All Morning Glory seeds are somewhat psychoactive. I don't know which types have more or less LSA than others, but when I went picking I'm pretty sure most of the seeds I got were from plants like that. The purple ones seem to be the most popular as house plants from what I've seen, or at least they were for sure in my old neighborhood. I don't recall picking from more than 1 or 2 actually blue ones (I think that may have to do with climate though?!? I'm no fucking botanist).

Point is, yes. Those seeds contain LSA. How much compared to the Heavenly Blues you're growing? No idea.
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Basil Follerhood - Sat, 24 Mar 2018 18:57:15 EST ID:Td/6TBQQ No.887141 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>887134
Pretty sure the furry plants have little to no good stuff in them.
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Edward Pumblehood - Sat, 24 Mar 2018 22:34:28 EST ID:qiu0guIb No.887149 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm split on whether it's a good idea or not to extract them with alcohol and naphthalene. The nausea is seriously really terrible alone and only goes away past the halfway mark of the trip. The extract really works great but seriously reduces potency. Same goes for any other exaction.
The thing is tho, they have never had the power of HBWS, which for me at least, has been like LSD without the visuals or sounds.
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Frederick Davingfoot - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 17:06:34 EST ID:xsYY90bx No.887258 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well I have gone about consuming 110 seeds of this variety, some immature because I read in some places those have more potency. I will come back to report results.


lsdee by Cedric Fandlewill - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 03:51:35 EST ID:g+WWltaK No.887238 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey so not expecting actual names but I get my weed and mushrooms online in canada no problem. I am not good at computers and doubt ill get bitcoin and deepweb shit going going, are there canadian mailorder sites for lsd accepting non bitcoin payments or other psychedelics?
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Barnaby Pocklock - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 05:16:05 EST ID:MRCIo/Wv No.887241 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I hope nobody is that stupid
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Cedric Fandlewill - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 05:19:02 EST ID:g+WWltaK No.887242 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>887241
but why are mushrooms so easy then guy
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Barnaby Pocklock - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 09:01:05 EST ID:MRCIo/Wv No.887247 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>887242
Don't know, don't care
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Charlotte Punkinson - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 09:31:06 EST ID:ncWy+tY+ No.887248 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>887242

Doesnt matter. anyone who names their source on a public forum is a fucking dope and a danger to dealers everywhere.
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Beatrice Fanworth - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 21:24:38 EST ID:21KazeVk No.887265 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>887248
No like I said not looking for names just wondering if this exists or is deep web is my only option, again sorry for being a noob nb


Help by Beatrice Nickleridge - Wed, 21 Mar 2018 00:25:30 EST ID:rpblXuJa No.887038 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey, can someone hook me up with something? I've never done anything before. (P.S. the image was random.)
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Doris Darringwell - Fri, 23 Mar 2018 10:08:20 EST ID:3+Q9MN87 No.887104 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>887038
Just make some Jenk like a real nigga nigga
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Angus Nipperway - Fri, 23 Mar 2018 15:40:16 EST ID:uTE9KTDT No.887114 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>887038

Eat a bag of shit.
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Simon Drommlenotch - Fri, 23 Mar 2018 17:55:26 EST ID:gKvH2xf9 No.887119 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>887114
That would really fuck someone up
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Ian Dorryham - Sun, 25 Mar 2018 15:27:44 EST ID:kxLI9wKT No.887160 Ignore Report Quick Reply
if you smoke banana peels there's a small amount of natural DMT inside, i'd recommend it if you're just getting into psychedelics.
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Cedric Degglewon - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 02:50:56 EST ID:YtWemj8Q No.887236 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>887038
Squat down with your back against a wall. Deeply breathe, fully inhaling and exhaling slowly for about 30 seconds until you can feel your heart rate start to slow. Inhale fully, stand up, make a fist with your thumb in a slight "thumbs-up" pose, press your thumb into your mouth and exhale hard while holding your lips closed tightly around the tip of your thumb.

You will get very lightheaded and pass out for a few seconds, have an extremely vivid "hallucinogenic" experience akin to a lucid dream, and then wake up.

Make sure you don't have anything in the general area that you will fall onto and kill yourself.


Math, physics by Hamilton Debberputch - Thu, 22 Mar 2018 12:33:00 EST ID:zOmmfFlN No.887080 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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If you've studied mathematics or physics, please share any psychedelic experiences during which you gained further insight.
Links to such experience stories would be nice also. Didn't find any on Erowid.

Personally I'm not far in my studies so I can't really extract rigorous benefit from my experiences. On a conceptual level psychedelics have certainly helped me understand (or rather get a feeling for) such areas of math and physics that I haven't even properly studied yet - especially complex dynamics, relativity and different types of infinity. Inspiring and also frustrating because I can't put it into rigour.
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Matilda Duckgold - Sun, 25 Mar 2018 05:50:31 EST ID:I24R9tiJ No.887151 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>887146
Bressloff, P.C., J.D. Cowan, M. Golubitsky, P.J. Thomas and M.C. Wiener, 2001. Geometric visual hallucinations, Euclidean symmetry and the functional architecture of striate cortex. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 356, 299-330.

Bressloff, P.C., J.D. Cowan, M. Golubitsky, P.J. Thomas and M.C. Wiener, 2002. What Geometric Visual Hallucinations Tell Us about the Visual Cortex. Neural Computation 14, 473–491.

Butler, T.C., M. Benayoun, E. Wallace, W. van Drongelen and J. Cowan, 2012. Evolutionary constraints on visual cortex architecture from the dynamics of hallucinations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 109 (2), 606-609.

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Augustus Sullybeg - Sun, 25 Mar 2018 15:33:34 EST ID:Xp0yN/d1 No.887161 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I dropped out of physics after two semesters at university. But all abstract concepts I've ever learned, be it mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, economics appear during my psychedelic trips. When they do they connect to form a whole and create magnificent imagery to illustrate it.

I've seen the universe create itself from a point of nothing. Folding in on itself fractally to create dimensions and laws of space and time. From that come stars until the tree of live working under the principle of evolution appears and flourishes. On the leaves of this tree of life conciousness develops in the form of independet minds trying to understand the tree and the rest of the universe and communicating with other minds.

It's a very spiritual experience in which the whole universe makes a lot of sense. It also feels that I gained a deeper understanding about the interconnectedness of all scientific and artistic work. So I'd highly recommend it.
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Graham Mollerfuck - Tue, 27 Mar 2018 17:10:56 EST ID:TzwKY8t4 No.887232 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>887080
I was always good with math and physics, on university level too. Whenever I take cannabis or just strong psychedelics in decent amount, it gets too difficult to work on that kind of thinking. I simply always go into arts if something, which I normally don't do. I never gained any mathematical or scientific revelations on trips and always thought it's all pretty understandable already. What was amazing though was seeing all the amazing recursions, fractals and other stuff. It's like your brain becomes this great calculator of visual patterns and produces them with perfect accuracy straight to the visual cortex without any hinders of the eye, displays and optics. So much amazing stuff happens in our brains and it is interesting to open the door to take a peek into that with various psychedelics. Oh, what drug I did find useful, was stims, as they can make you really focused on scientific and other problems and then working them out with a lot of energy to keep on thinking and doing relentlessly till it's finished. You just gotta be careful to not rely on heavily as the side/after effects can eventually surprise.

PS. I don't want to discourage psychedelics and I know some people have experienced discoveries when they were high. It's a great way of gaining new perspectives and inspiration. I just find that for myself the actual technical or scientific working in easier totally sober or stimmed up at most. The founder of DNA said that LSD played a part in the finding, but on other thand, the greatest guy behind quantum theory never touched any drugs or alcohol because he was afraid they could hurt his brain and way of thinking that he so much relied on. Feynman mentioned though, that he was never the less interested of LSD and did consider it.
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Nathaniel Semmleman - Tue, 27 Mar 2018 20:10:15 EST ID:LSqD7lMG No.887233 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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nigga why are you still trying to debate with him as an equal? he rekt you so fucking hard i cringed empathetically on your behalf. he literally stomped your teeth into the curb then followed up with like 20 sources just to piss on the corpse. you are dead now, stop even trying to try.
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Emma Bibblechone - Mon, 02 Apr 2018 04:47:09 EST ID:dfBTLAu9 No.887373 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Matter, energy, laws, sensations, etc. they are all "patterns". The universe/multiverse is composed of patterns. Infinite patterns exist, and you are one of them.


Body altering under psy effect by suggestive thoughts by Beatrice Cazzleman - Mon, 26 Mar 2018 06:27:53 EST ID:6UhOc68V No.887184 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This idea popped into my head lately.
Is it possible to generate such thought processes while tripping that would result in real life changes of ones body?Did somebody try something like this before?
For example you want to increase your body height by let's say 1-2cm even though you are past of the growing stage.So while you trip you send suggestive thoughts toward your brain/body? so it will start the necessary neurological,biological,chemical processes to make this happen.
What dosage would allow this in theory?Ego dissolution,microdosing?Is it possible at all?
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Lillian Chicklestock - Mon, 26 Mar 2018 07:17:33 EST ID:2CmQaVZj No.887190 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>887189
lol. dude if you want to be taller by 2 cm you have a problem with your height, definitionally. anyway buy my specially formulated piss enemas. I’ve been eating all kinds of disgusting roots and fungus for maximum piss potency. you’ll put on that height in no time
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Matilda Blatherway - Mon, 26 Mar 2018 07:51:39 EST ID:PJx1I8Vo No.887193 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>887189
>So based on your response anything that doesn't belong into the categories you listed are not changeable?

Easy cowboy I'm not a real doctor I just play one on the chans. Take none of this as definitive.

Your body doesn't react to the world around you, what does your liver know about anything? It obeys commands sent from the sympathetic nervous system which is tied into the nervous system you use to think and move.

The sympathetic neevous system is tied into the bottom of your conscious nervous system, it's more closely associated with emotions and reflexes than higher reasoning. After all can't have your heart rate spiking and your glands dumping their cocktail of combat drugs into you every time you think about tigers. Now what if you picture a tiger in the room with you on acid and HOLY SHIT IT'S REALLY THERE OH FUCK.

But think really hard on something that really scares you and your body will prep itself for a fight. Think about buxom women (or in your case huge cocks) you'll get a lot of blood rerouted to your dongle.

Now lots of shit is so well developed as to be totally automated. I'm not aware of your liver preparing enzymes in advance when you get out some glasses and a whiskey bottle out and your brain is happy to be in your drinking routine. (But has this ever been studied? Hmmm)

So in short, if your body does it in response to sober stimuli, you may be able to illicit a response by visualizing a stimuli on lsd. But LSD isn't magic and doesn't physically alter the brain and make it do anything it can't normally do.
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Jenny Dimblefield - Mon, 26 Mar 2018 10:43:54 EST ID:LywZUfmH No.887201 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Oi, you fucking idiot. Altered States is a fictional story, not a documentary.
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Phineas Sorryshaw - Mon, 26 Mar 2018 13:59:42 EST ID:e8+NWkQJ No.887208 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yes OP, I have a video for you to watch, showing a study involving positive brain change achieved my meditators, vs non meditators; https://youtu.be/aAVPDYhW_nw

What weve found is that non meditators have much more activity in the 'default mode network' of the brain, which represents a few certain areas light up when you arent focused on anything in particular, and are associated with mind wandering, bad habits, depression, and anxiety, now, the remarkable thing is, they tested meditators vs non meditators, and they found that the meditators had much more activity in whats called "task positive network", which activates when you reach a state associated with focus, and freethinking, calmness and learning, the crazy part is, that the participants didnt even have to be meditating during the test to show these results, meditating has literally altered their brains default mode network, physically changing the way they thought, for the better. Watch the full video if you find this interesting.
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Esther Fuckinggold - Mon, 26 Mar 2018 17:35:45 EST ID:DKbjtDtU No.887212 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Good nutrition and a strong dose of epigenetics.


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