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if i take DXM with an amphetamine it's usually adderall, but I've taken it with meth too.
when i used to do the combo of dxm and adderall in the apst, the result was somewhat hard to predict and could result in essentially two pretty different experiences, one being somewhat unpleasant and the other being a decent combo. now, however, i get a consisten result every time but the experience is entirely distinct from the two possible types of experinces I used to have.
for the record I have a mega-permatolerance to DXM (I use it maybe once or twice a month and still have to take 900mg to have a mid 2nd plat trip), and I'm presfcribed adderall 15 mgs and usually run out after 5 to 7 days, so I have a rather developed chronic tolerance to amphetamine as well. this is likely the the cause behind my experiecnes of the combo being both entirely dinstinct from the previous 2 possible experiences I could have in the past, and why the experiences i have on the combo now are so consistent.
In the past, the enjoyable type of trip is where it was like I became a literal robot. I felt like an unfeeling automaton almost it seemed like. The unpleasant type of trip is where I'd get an fairly uncomfortable degree of tachycardoa, as well as a bit of anxiety, unpleasant physical sensations in my body, and just felt generally weird and confused in a not very recreational way.
Now, taking the two together almost acts like what I imagine an opioid without the nod, and a much cleaner body high (warmness and painkiller glowing softness and mild euphoria) that literally feels much more stim-derived. my visionmblurs substantially more than it would on DXM or high doses of adderall alone as well. i also feel extremely content and relaxerd both mentally and physically, but in a very balanced way that doesn't come along the the depssant baggage opioids do (causing you to frequently nod off or not want to move or do anything at all).
ultimately, if you've done clean stims like ket and are familiar with how much dirtier DXM feels by comparison, think of this as the ketamine the opioid experiences, with commoon opioids like oxycodone or morphine being like DXM. It feels vastly superior.
Now, things are different with meth. Things tend to get both a lot more "pscychedelic" and psychotic-like. I'm fairly certain that every time I've done it I've experienced a mild to mdoerate case of serotonin syndrome, and meth's greater effects on inducing serotonin release in comparison to adderall are what the cause is imo. but, unlike the times ive experience serotonin syndrokme from experimenting with high doses DXM and cyp2d6 and cyp3a4 substrates and inhibitors to potentiate it, the experience of SS from using meth and DXM, while causing noticeably significantly more visual hallucinations, distorted perceptions of reality in general, and a tendecy toward experiencing extreme paranoia when put in potentially stressful situations (but virtually none if no perceived threat or having anything to fear exists). The distorted perceptions on reality, combined with the delusions and paranoia make an extremely potentreaction that can lead to the kinds of ideas and feelings that soudn like textbook cases of paranoid schizophrenic delusions.
pnysically speaking, though, in contrast to the high dosage DXM and cyp2d6 and 3a4 inhibitor SS experiences, there was little muscle tremors, rigidty or stiffness, extrmely staggered gate, myoclonus, physical dysphoria, or sense of dream or impending doom as if something about reality is ridculously and profoundly wrong and broken. it does share impaired mortor funtino and coordination to some degree, but it's more akin to being moderately drunk than trying to walk without being capable of bending your knees and having your legs feel like theye going to shoot through the fucking floor when you step downward because of the severe hyperreflexia the high dose dxm plus enzyme inhibitor SS caused.
the experience of meth and DXM isn't all that bad, the fact that I started exhibiting symptoms of mild serotonin virtually every time I did it kind of destroyed what good the experience had/has.