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Did slightly less than 1000mg (used "exctraction" method from psychonaut wiki, didn't manage to drink everything, 'cause I nearly threw up) with weed last friday (smoked first smaller joint ~30 mins after ingestion, second joint after 3-4 hours) Main visual effects were greatly increased visual static, more floaters, around the peak and come up saw wavy colorful patterns on the wall and floor.
The only truly /deli/ type hallucinations would appear if I stared blankly at something without moving my eyes and not blinking. After 20-30 a small screen of colorful static (something like a portal, dunno how to explain it) would appear in my visual field and show different characters and shapes that would morph into one another (I mainly saw many different birds, drawn in different styles, most very cartoon'esque, on the come up saw something like centipedes or something that looked how people depict giant sand worms) These halucinations were mainly contained within that magical screen.
Besides that I heard nonsensical voices both realistic, seemingly coming from somewhere in my environment, and ones coming from the inside, like the ones some people get in hypnagogic states.
Benzydamine is mentally stimulating, so sight and hearing were improved (sight improvement may not be noticed due to visual hallucinations; better hearing wasn't very pleasant, as the weed definately added anxiety and some paranoia, hearing (or hallucinating) a sound would cause me to look in that direction to make sure nothing bad/evil was going to happen to me), thoughts were greatly accelerated and time seemed to pass much slower, jaw clenching was also present and quite annoying.
The only time I felt delusional was when I was walking home, encountered 2 teens who spoke russian (which I barely understand), they were acting pretty goofy and weirded me out, at one point I passed them and heard them walking behind me, their voices and the tone they were talking in sounded menacing and for a few seconds I was convinced they were going to attack me, so I quickly turned and went home by a different route.
I didn't experience any palinopsia (tracers) during the main part of the trip, however, arouund 10-11 hours after ingestion, when most of the visuals were gone really INTENSE tracers appeared. This freaked me out, as they weren't present before and I was sure I was coming down. Besides tracers from moving my arms and double vision while moving around in the house, most notable was a swarm of lights, caused by many lamp posts that i see outside of my window, that would move in a different direction than I moved my eyes/head. These were caused even by very slight movements of the eyes (which made browsing porn a much more surreal experience with a light show beside my computer screen)
From what I noticed, visual halucinations seemed to be intensified by a faster pulse/ higher blood pressure (e.g. after hearing something scary and getting paranoid or after a doing some of push-ups).
Short term memory was shit (weed probably made it a lot worse)
Mental exhaustion was present a couple of hours after the peak, later it disappeared, falling asleep was really difficult. I would snooze for a bit then wake up, see a lot of visual static, have nonsensical thoughts, then drift back into sleep and wake up again. There were a lot of these cycles, but the sleeping phases increased in length and the wake ups became more sparse, around 5:30 am I managed to fall asleep for good.
It kind of intesified my HPPD, slightly increased the visual snow and gave it a more wavy look, started seeing blue field entoptic phenomenon where I wouldn't notice it before (e.g. a white piece of paper), a bit more floaters, minimal tracers during the day, more noticable during the night and occasional colourful lines appear or move near the peripheral (only a few times during the day, didn't have this before). Only 4 days passed since this experience, so I expect some of these efects to diminish a bit.