/psy/ Psychedelic Discussion
I have 5g mushrooms, home-made dried in capsI grew it myself from a random grab-bag of syringes from a popular canadianvendor, but injected spores from each into each cakeDid i create a superpotent hybrid by mistake? the shroomies looked really different on each cake but I couldnt identify any strain except a really blue one i figured was z-strainI made prints of all unique capstook 300 ug orange sunshine, 4 tabs of DOM of unknown quantity, 4 grams of dried caps of this, weed and it was fucking fantasticI also had them fresh in the beginning and it was overwhelmingly potent, puked, continued to trip for a long time, I had this omnipresent disturbance in the center of my vision that seemed to soothe all my pain, but it was this undulating geometric shapeNeed to take it by its lonesome to be sure
>I grew it myself from a random grab-bag of syringes from a popular canadianvendor, but injected spores from each into each cake>Did i create a superpotent hybrid by mistake?When your mom got pregnant with you during that big interracial orgy, did you come out as a hybrid of all the races of the men she was fucking?
>I grew it myself from a random grab-bag of syringes from a popular canadianvendor, but injected spores from each into each cake>Did i create a superpotent hybrid by mistake?
>>894807post this on the shroomery
/psy/ you're some smart people. So how can I start bettering myself? I want to get over my depression, not feel anxious when I leave my house, and I want to feel motivated to reach my personal goals. Right now I do the same thing every day, mindlessly browse the internet and listen to music.
It's long. It's habits. Everything your mind is, everything you are, is habits. Built over millions of years of genetic replication, or through your daily choices, habits are what make you what you are. You can imagine your life as it might be, as a whole, as an image. But to make yourself better, to make it real, you need to break it down. Change your habits. It takes years, and that's the bad news. But the good news is that you don't have to work all those years all at once. Work in the moment to make yourself better. Start with the smallest of actions. Look around your computer. Find one thing that is out of place. Pick it up. Put it in a better place. It doesn't even have to be "the right place", or "put away". If it's closer to where it should be, then you win. You've focused and improved your life. Maybe it's just a little bit, but this is what you must do, again and again. And little bits are easy. Pick up that shirt and put it in the hamper. Run some cold water over your face, wash it a bit. Every moment that you are doing a little bit is a moment that you are beating the demon. Build those habits. Slowly. Depression is a monster, but you still have some control over the little things. You might not feel up for running a marathon. But I bet you could stand up from your computer and walk outside into your yard, or wherever is in front of your house. It sounds dumb, but this is how it starts. You are reinforcing habits. Slowly. Over time. You don't have to beat depression right away. It'll be a lifelong battle. And that's the bad news. But the good news is that you will have a lifetime of improvement. You'll get used to walking outside your house, then you'll walk down the block. You'll put that shirt in the hamper, and eventually you'll get used to doing laundry yourself. Build up to those goals at your own pace. You'll feel better and better. Depression always hurts, but think about it. If you begin good habits, good thought loops, then you will improve. You can't get rid of depression forever, unless you are very lucky. But you can reach a day when you can look at your victories over yourself and smile. It doesn'… Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Exercise. Eat more fruits and vegetables. Go outside more. Hang around other people. Try new activities. Maybe there's a project that you've had in mind. Save some money and sink some effort into it.The biggest thing is to not mentally punish yourself when you inevitably fail at any one of these things. You will fail. But you need to accept failure as part of a process. Healthy people fail all the time and they don't slip into a spiraling hole of depression whenever something bad happens. Unlearning that can take time. Learn how to forgive yourself and don't punish yourself for having feelings.Also, if you get into a cycle of negative thinking, I find that the best thing to do is to force yourself to do some small chore that is going to distract you for a bit. Take out your trash, make your bed, finish up cleaning your dishes, whatever. The process of moving and getting something done may actually make you feel better, especially if I play music or a podcast while doing it. Also, the fact that you improved your life in some small, tangible way is very rewarding.As for psychedelics, as much as I have enjoyed them and as much as I think they can change your general worldview, I think they're probably useless for giving specific directions on how to improve yourself. Don't mess with drugs if you are depressed.
Who else is really bored seeing this mf's face on /psy/ on the daily? My attempt at humor may be shit, but admit it, your caption is probably just as shit as mine but your still giggling about it as much as I am at mine right now.
Former psychedelic user here, done DMT, aMT, 4-Aco, Psilocybin, LSD and LSA, oh and some dissociatives too. It's been several years since I tripped. I recently experienced a minor cluster headache, and I will probably have more in the future.I hear psychedelics can be a miracle drug for cluster headaches. Does anyone here have experience using them for cluster headaches who also enjoys psychedelics?Does it affect the trip when you are using the psychedelics to treat a medical condition?
>>893944>>893944Yeah I used to do a shitton a psys a long time ago, and have gotten cluster headaches for years. Took some psys (can't for the life of me remember what it was, maybe shrooms or 4-aco) when I had one coming on and the headache didn't go away so I had to deal with that while tripping, but I was fairly experienced so it wasn't a bad vibes kind of trip it was just normal pain, combined with visuals. Ive been prescribed a couple triptans over the years since then and eh they kinda work if I catch the signs that one is coming on. Oxygen therapy worked semi ok too but I'm in the military so it's not very practical. Wish you the best, shit fucking blows hot cock.
>>894206SO what if I'm rustled? Are you gonna throw a fit about it? A person can't take a psychoactive substance for therapeutic reasons? All of the research being done in recent years regarding the benefits of psilocybin and mdma has been fake?Anyway, I do not know what you are talking about haha
dunno about clusters but taking psys usually reduces migraine frequency with mebut sometimes it still happens
Does anyone know if nodrags and royalcrownchemical are legit in terms of quality of their 1p-lsd and also safety like lysergi? I’ve ordered from lysergi in the past and have safely gotten it and it was acrually 1p-lsd and seemed to be dosed accurately. I haven’t been able to find anything on the two above sites. They’re much cheaper, 140 shipped for 50x 100mcg blotters.
>>894708Domain Name: ROYALCROWNCHEMICAL.COMRegistry Domain I 2259168913_DOMAIN_COM-VRSNRegistrar WHOIS Server: whois.ilovewww.comRegistrar URL: http://www.ilovewww.comUpdated Date: 2019-03-10T05:32:02ZCreation Date: 2018-05-02T06:45:28ZRegistrar Registration Expiration Date: 2019-05-02T06:45:28ZRegistrar: Shinjiru MSC Sdn BhdRegistrar IANA I 1741Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited https://icann.org/epp#clientTransferProhibitedRegistry Registrant I Not Available From RegistryRegistrant Name: William MooreRegistrant Organization: Registrant Street: 4058 Dennison Street Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>894708Seem like a scam website they have morphine and mdma and extascy. I don't think a real website would have that listed
What you got, /psy/?Here's mine:
>>894497No thanks NSA/CIA/DEA
>>894497Yeah, no thanks, officer.
>>894796What is this?? a stash for ants??/eduucational purposes??
Hi /psy/,I've now entered my early thirties and I am yet to have a major psychedelic experience during the course of my life. In my youth, I was extremely interested in psychedelics, not simply for recreation purposes, but also for, I suppose I could say that I had an interest in exploring the mind, encountering and experiencing vastly altered states of consciousness, etc. Throughout my twenties, I was seeking them, in particular Psilocybin mushrooms or DMT. Though I was mostly interested in the mushrooms for visionary purposes, as I had read from various sources that LSD tends to be rather psychological in nature, or self-reflective - Something I was less interested in. I was seeking visionary experience, wherein I would experience mysterious, extremely vivid hallucinations that didn't seem to "originate" from my own psyche. As my twenties played out, no mushrooms came to me, or DMT, despite my careful seeking them out.Enter mid to late twenties, and unfortunately I had several severe psychiatric episodes requiring hospitalizations - A broad spectrum mental health diagnosis sheet over the course of maybe three years, including mild schizophrenia, bi-polar, delusions, major depressive disorder with psychotic features, and a GAD on top of everything. After a year of bouncing around various meds, finally, we found a single low dose (10mg) of Aripiprazole (Abilify) along with generic Xanax completely eliminated the mental health disorder symptoms. I've been on a once-daily dose of Abilify ever since, and it's been three years now and no major mental health episodes. Now, with the all the above bullshit typed out, I have a few questions. One question is simply: Due to my psychiatric history, should I completely avoid a major psychedelic experience in a theoretical great set and setting? It feels as if I'm missing out on a great opportunity in life, in avoiding psychedelics out of both fear and respect.Secondly, given I've been episode-free for three years, and should I remain stable for several years more - is there any point where it could be considered less risky for me to try psychedelics?Sorry for the long post, but I'd just thought I'… Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Obviously there's two main issues here with you in particular taking psychedelics with the full intention of a breakthrough:The fact that psychedelics can and have exacerbated underlying mental disorders.The fact that while you are currently taking your meds they will interact and even counteract the drugs you'd wanna be takingThe first issue is the bigger of the two, I'd say. Generally speaking, you have to decide for yourself if the psychedelic experience is worth the risk. Me personally? If you already have had serious episodes that require hospitalization, then you're already treading very thin ice. Especially with the fact that two of your diagnoses are for schizophrenia and bipolar. I'm no psychiatrist, but a powerful, hallucinatory, emotionally turbulent experience doesn't sound like the best thing to subject yourself to when you're already prone to that WITHOUT the drugs in the first place. It's a little bit like seeing a crack in the ceiling of your home, and deciding to take a hammer to it. The problem could grow worse, or it could not. Depends on a lot of subjective factors unique to you. I've known multiple people over the course of my experience with tripping that have absolutely been diagnosed and absolutely still trip occasionally and even sometimes regularly. Some of them are doing absolutely fine (even though they are pretty weird, admittedly), and well, one of them (my ex as it so happens) struggles even more with her issues than she did before. She ended up back in the hospital. The general trend is that no, you should not take these drugs because there exists a decent chance for them to make existing mental problems worse. But there are exceptions to every rule, especially this one, because different drugs affect different people differently. Second is your meds. Antipsychotics and benzos on their own already "dampen" trips, and antipsychotics can sometimes downright stop them in their tracks (I myself have taken one as a sort of 'safety net' during a particularly harsh trip) depending on a number of factors. In conjunction, I imagine you'd be pretty hardpressed to trip even at all. Let alone have a breakthroug… Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
The only way I think you have a chance in the future is if for some reason your doctor approves you to slowly wean off of your medications after a certain period of time without a psychotic episode. I think that the fact you would probably have to quit your meds and add a heavy trip on top of that already coupled with the fact that you have schizophrenia and bipolar is currently too heavy of a risk.The psychedelic experience is a wonderful thing, sure. But it isn't worth losing yourself over. The odds are against you, but stranger things have happened still.
>>894774Hey, man. OP here. Just wanted to say much appreciated for taking the time. Very thoughtful response and very helpful. Respect.
How do I find a 'reliable' source for LSD or Shrooms without getting undersold what I am paying for. Better yet would it be more time effective growing/making my own I know its not easy but Its not like ill find a book in the library on making psychedelics for dummies. Just how do I get into it in general besides a mutual friend.
>>894694You know where to get psychedelics?
>>894716Lol and I thought I was tripping
>>894694>I know where to get psychedelicsgo on...
>I know where to get psychedelics
If someone were to take 100ug of AL-LAD, and then a week later take some 1P-LDS, would've have had the tolerance caused by the AL-LAD be less than the the the tolerance that would have beaen caused by taking 1P-LSD instead? Or would the tolerance be indistinguisherable between the two?
Probably the same since they attack the same receptors
Has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like?
>>894747Sorry, I was doing research with AL-LAD at the time. I'm asking if 100ug of AL-LAD would have the same effect on tolerance as a 100ug of LSD. Like, does AL-LAD create the same amount of tolerance than and equivalent dose of LSD?
I want to try morning glory seeds and i have a home depot 10 minutes away from me so i would much rather get them there then from Amazon because it's way more convenient. But is going to a home depot to get a bunch of those 99 cent pack's a good idea or will they be coated with pesticides or chemicals to discourage use? If they are coated with shit can I wash them off with vinegar or soap or something like that or should I not even bother and get em on Amazon???
>>894697>I don't consider myself a spiritual person by any means, but when I think of describing my LSA trips to a person, spiritual is a word that comes up. I mean that it was existential, philosophical, even almost like lucid dreaming. I think there's a lot to learn from it from a personal view point if you take it seriously and get the doses/consumption methods right for you. I think it's reminiscent of a mix between LSD and psy cubensis, if a little heavier on the psy cubensis side. I read some other opinions in another thread and it seems like a lot of people actually enjoy it. I must have had bad seeds or something because I had completely written it off. I tried it 4-5 times and I never liked it. The body load was uncomfortable, I felt like shit, had a bit of a weird headspace (similar to LSD) but pretty much no visuals. I never had any huge problems with nausea, but the seeds were really fucking disgusting.
>I don't consider myself a spiritual person by any means, but when I think of describing my LSA trips to a person, spiritual is a word that comes up. I mean that it was existential, philosophical, even almost like lucid dreaming. I think there's a lot to learn from it from a personal view point if you take it seriously and get the doses/consumption methods right for you. I think it's reminiscent of a mix between LSD and psy cubensis, if a little heavier on the psy cubensis side.
It specifically says its untreated on the website from my country and there are some cheeky comments in the review section about it
>>894668Yes. Make sure they're Burpee'a seeds. Make sure they're the heavenly blues
Ha ha, no really, I read a post on erowid about someone seeing the grand canyon and as I've been seeing the same quite a lot I wonder, is it common for this kind of Arizona-desert-scape setting to appear in your visuals? I wonder why, I'm not even American
Your visuals depend on your environment.I've high-dose tripped at a friends place in a room with dark finely patterned wallpaper, and the walls just morphed into some infinite deep space.Meanwhile, in my own home I've high-dose tripped in a room with white walls, and that transformed into morphing landscapes of ancient cultures and prehistoric ecosystems.
On Thursday night I was under the mistaken belief that my buddy and I were going to take LSD together at a mutual friends house. That was my misunderstanding, as he had an early day the following morning and could not partake that night because of it. We all chilled til about 1 watching The Two Towers, then we all went home. A little backstory: The last time I did LSD (minus a couple micro doses) was a very bad time. Was egged on by a bad friend to take way more than I was comfortable with, in an environment that was uncomfortable, with no trip sitter, in a house full of people who were not supposed to know. That trip properly fucked me up, I felt nothing for two months and it took better than two years for me to feel any degree of right again. This event augmented the depression and anxiety I have always dealt with to life crippling levels. I’d get panic attacks when sufficiently reminded of that trip. With that context understood, let me continue. I get home around two and decide to take half the tab. Thirty minutes later I decide to take the whole tab. Thirty minutes after that I find myself sitting on the floor, realizing that this acid was very strong and I would soon likely experience ego death. Not having a trip sitter I decided it would be best for me to just go to bed and lay down for the duration of the trip. I end up in the bathroom for awhile, which was rather unpleasant as it was super dirty and gross. I had a vision of skin cells, hair, dirt, piss and grim collected around a radiator in some form of creeping lifeform. I believe shortly after this I did finally make my way into bed just before I started peaking. I closed my eyes, willed my body to be completely still, and just let it ride. The experience that followed is hard for me to describe in words....I opened my eyes time to time to see a painting I had made while tripping on shrooms, illuminated by the bathroom light. That image burned into my mind, but inverted: The white canvas turned into a kaleidoscope of color whereas the colored bits turned into void. I perceived that void to be the edge of time, the burning edge of creation upon which every second of time is forged. There was nothing beyond it. Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>894729Im tripping and feel the same way thanks for the laugh.
Jive journaling, JarvisThe light is carcinogenic. see you in the void
Damn, the crackpipe is a much better method than sandwiching DMT in a bong. Why didn't anybody tell me this?
>>894683Congrats you just gave worse advice than OP which was already quite up there.
DMT in PG -> Subohm vapeNo burnt DMT, no hot glass to worry about dropping, easy breakthrough
>>894619That's an oil burner, used for meth. A crack pipe is straight and has brillo in it
Just about any other preparation is preferable to boiling. Personally, I'm a fan of roasti... ↵
>it goes on for a half hour, and we are now already 5 minutes over run past 11pm eastern,... ↵
Suck onto my dick.... ↵
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