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- Thu, 20 Feb 2020 19:27:43 EST juYrw7pw No.901685
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Ego death is just something like a page in a book you have to flip through.
People who mention ego death completely unprovoked should die.
Don't become suicidal because you think the trip will never end.
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Hannah Drinkingold - Fri, 21 Feb 2020 04:09:03 EST z7M8krlo No.901687 Reply
>>901685
>People who mention ego death completely unprovoked should die.

Ego death.

mareewana

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- Thu, 23 Jan 2020 00:12:34 EST kTXPlr6J No.901176
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if you smoke weed during your trip, whats your favorite hour after dropping to smoke? i figure im going to smoke on the comedown, maybe 5-8 hours in, if i feel like it.. i know it can turn things up a notch, and give you paranoia, but i smoke a good amount so im hoping that isnt the case so much lol
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Frederick Bubbleshit - Wed, 19 Feb 2020 18:48:32 EST R8QJv2KC No.901673 Reply
I've had nothing but bad trips whenever i smoke on the come up.
Smoking after the peak usually works as a nice refresher. Or if i'm really far into the comedown, it'll kind of bring the trip back.
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Wesley Duttinglad - Wed, 19 Feb 2020 20:08:48 EST ZFvENz2a No.901676 Reply
>>901176
If you have a bit of a tolerance to weed, I think it's a great pairing. If you're expecting a very intense trip, or haven't tried the acid you're taking yet, I'd maybe recommend not smoking on the comeup and waiting for the effects to settle in a bit before you decide to light up. If you smoke a lot and rarely get anxiety from it, you're probably fine either way. I do find that it amplifies the effects of the acid though, so just don't overdo it.

Psychedelic's Long Term Effects on Dreams

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- Sat, 08 Feb 2020 13:18:41 EST CQ+MGLrb No.901493
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So after tripping every other week for about 4 months straight, I took a break. Mostly 1cp-LSD and the finale was a 4-tab ETH-LAD trip.

In the ensuing months, I've noticed that even though the HPPD has more or less worn off, the effects on my dreams have actually become more intense. Like, I never thought I could dream productively, but I have. My dreams are ultra vivid, I'm self-aware in them about 50% of the time, I have psychedelic-esqe geometry that lingers for a minute or two after waking from an intense dream, I dream almost every night, and the sleep I get now is just so satisfying and rejuvenating.

Just last night I had what was arguably the best dream I ever had. I was out in the desert at a gas station trying to buy candy because I had just ingested some strong drug and was hungry. Before I could, I had suddenly become engulfed and intertwined in what could best be described as a "living" trip. I was part of some life form that moved and acted as my thoughts raced, with memories and emotions projected as video on it's scales and bones. It's really hard to describe much else due to how abstract it all was, but when I woke, I kind of realized that I had kind of experienced the emotional and spiritual elements that I had wanted from psychedelic drugs, but never actually got. My dream was basically the most fulfilling and intense trip I ever had and I haven't touched any drugs for months.

Anyone else have any similar experiences like mine? I've been reflecting on all since I woke about an hour ago.
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Molly Turveywill - Thu, 13 Feb 2020 02:06:45 EST OiIBPiTK No.901575 Reply
Hello OP

Yes, I have experienced this. From my first usage of psychedelics onward, I began to have more intense dreams than I had experienced since I was a child. I had some of the most horrible nightmares of my life where I felt like I came into contact with separate entities that had nothing to do with my psyche. Some of them, not in chronological order: gigantic huntsman spider that talked to me (I do not live in Australia), cephalopodic being that moved at the speed of thought and unsheathed knives from its limbs, invisible entity keeping my entire family hostage in a hidden room of my house, and a regular looking man without any eyes that I understood to be Lucifer. I had a lot of positive dreams too. This was after consuming about three and half grams of Cubensis. The waking experience was pretty normal for a psychedelic, and that pattern has continued in my life. I kept a dream journal for a long time. Some entries went on for whole pages. It was nearly 50,000 words long before my computer crashed. I suspected I had schizophrenia now and then but I knew a man who actually had a psychosis triggered by mescaline and later killed himself. After some years of abstention, much of this died down, but I still had visionary paralysis dreams where I interacted with what felt like distinct beings. In many cases they were dead people I had been reading about. I took their advice too seriously for a long time and caused myself some trouble by associating with certain people in waking life. To clarify, I had paralysis nightmares on a near-weekly basis for over a decade before taking psychedelics. They stemmed from a traumatic experience with a congenital illness as a child that probably contributed to all this.

I started taking them again a couple years ago and the same thing occurred. I took up to 440-660 ug of acid at a time. The trips were frightening at first but generally positive. To my surprise, I kept myself together during most of them, even though I was alone. The nightmares returned with more intensity though. I was taking much more than I had ever taken in my life, and almost every week. I was waking up to visions of locusts covering my bedroom walls. I'm not sure if they were locusts but they had a similar anatomy. I also had visions in the morning of a city floating somewhere in the Arctic. There were strange mammals flapping on ice floes around it. All of this was hypnagogia potentiated by HPPD, as far as I can tell. On New Year's Eve, I had a terrible nightmare about a spirit of war raping corpses in a field. They were dog-headed creatures. This was somewhere in the Appalachian mountains. The spirit ranted in my mind as it displayed horrible scenes to me. Once it was finished, I woke up with a jolt, as if it had severed the communication. I could go on but you get the picture. All of this has died down again, over time.

IME most hallucinogens with "psychedelic" properties potentiate dream activity. Some people are more sensitive than others. In many cases, entry into adult life has eradicated these tendencies, and these drugs have a way of bringing them back to the surface. I don't regret any of the things I have gone through. I will probably do it again. It fascinates me, for some reason.

SLAYER to everyone.
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Hedda Dartshit - Fri, 14 Feb 2020 04:44:07 EST I5Hl5a4A No.901586 Reply
>>901575
Yeeeesh, I'm definitely glad I don't dream about monsters and animals like you do.

My dreams are almost always centered around people I know in abstract but realistic environments. A nightmare for me is usually centered around not being able to do something I want to do because of circumstances beyond my control. They aren't scary so much as they are intensely frustrating. Usually something I really want will be so close I can taste it, but it slips away from me due to someone/something interrupting me.

Tornadoes are a pretty common bad dream for me; an unending line of tornadoes prevents me from doing anything other than moving out of their way and letting them pass me one after the other.

Dreams where my teeth are falling out is also a pretty typical bad dream for me.

The 'scariest' dreams I get are situations where I am in a cemetery or mausoleum where the corpses are disinterred lying around in various states of decomposition in their open caskets. It's not so much scary as it is unnerving.

I've only had sleep paralysis a handful of times. Last one I remember had me waking up with a car-hop waitress in a skirt and skates standing in the corner or my room. I also remember one I had as a kid where I was at some waterpark with slides and pools and there was a huge television screen with an alien on it. The screen just kept zooming in closer to the alien and I couldn't look away at all.
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Phineas Fossledock - Wed, 19 Feb 2020 13:28:30 EST p1hMElk3 No.901672 Reply
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I trip every week and I've noticed my dreams are much more intense and aren't as random anymore, they're much more affected by the things I did few days prior. It's like set and setting rules carried over from tripping to dreams.

I had a dream last night about doing chemistry experiments at school, poured some substances to black liquid. Orange, purple and translucent fractions started emerging, they had jelly-like consistency. After stirring the mixture thoroughly the mixture had even orange-ish tint. Soon the fractions started separating again, they were moving in all kinds of weird ways, flowing, rotating, mixing. Image started forming on the surface, getting more structured and complex with each second until it became a screenshot from Rain World.

I made scrambled eggs yesterday and mentioned Rain World to a friend online few days ago. Good game. Good eggs.

LSD tolerance

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- Mon, 17 Feb 2020 18:59:11 EST ikREZI+9 No.901658
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Is there a drug similar to LSD that i won't build a tolerance to?
I like how clear everything is when i'm on it, it feels like this is what normal people have it all the time, it basically kills my enthusiasm, so i'm looking to be on it, 24/7. but after one day you build a tolerance to it like nobodies business. Any help?
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Betsy Nickleforth - Mon, 17 Feb 2020 21:30:29 EST 4+4oGv9u No.901660 Reply
I kind of know what you mean. I feel "numbed" or anesthetized all the time, both emotionally and physically, and LSD makes everything feel more intense.

But no. The cause of the tolerance is your own nervous system, not the drug itself. In simple terms, your receptors get tired of being bombarded by serotonin and stop responding as strongly to the neurotransmitter. Since all classical psychedelics cause their primary effects through serotonin agonism, they all have cross-tolerance.

You could try microdosing. Take a sub-threshold dose (10-25 ug in the case of LSD) every day. They say it's supposed to cause a slight change in mood and/or creativity, without the disabling effects of normal doses. While I think I'd love to be on a permanent acid trip, I don't think I'd be able to function as a normal human being.
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Cedric Pickford - Mon, 17 Feb 2020 22:11:20 EST c3gflUrd No.901661 Reply
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>>901658
Meditate.

That clarity is what it feels like to be fully aware, mindful, in the present moment, to cultivate sati, w/e you want to call it. Meditation is just brain training to cultivate that state of clarity (which often brings with it peace, joy and compassion all on it's own) so that it becomes more readily accessible to you and slowly permeates more and more of your life. The first few months (maybe even year+ if you're not diligent in your practice) you won't even be sure it,s actually accomplishing anything. But after a year or so, little subtle changes in you begin to manifest. They might be pointed out by people around you before you yourself notice these changes. Eventually you start keying into these moments of pure awareness. not ioften, just a few times a day, maybe a few moments. but then it'll be several times, and dozens of times a day. They'll last longer. Then one day you'll notice that there's been a shift in your day to day experience. it might be after one sudden event, it might be more subtle and gradual, but you'll notice that your everyday experience is vastly different than when you first embarked on this journey. there's now a deep sense of peace, tranquility in the ''background'' of your conscious experience, always there. At times you become distracted, scatter brained and forget it briefly. but it's always there, just waiting fot you to tap into it, just waiting for you to remember. To remember the present moment, to remember to rest in awareness. At which point, congratulations, you've had some level of awakening. But there is no Enlightenment (yet?), awakening is a process.
Keep on practicing, and you'll find even deeper, clearer awareness. Or so I've been told, havent gone further than that yer. Only been at this for 4 years though, and surprised at my progress. i always thought meditation was bogus, but that even if it was legit any breakthrough would be a pipe dream or at the very least decades down the line. But awakening is a real thing, it's in the realm of human experience, and something any one can achieve if they so wished

For anyone who cares here's a link to a Buddhist Geeks podcast where they talk about research being done at John Hopkins with long time meditators doing /psy/'s for the first time. https://podtail.com/en/podcast/buddhist-geeks/trippin-at-johns-hopkins/
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Sidney Drankinlad - Tue, 18 Feb 2020 20:26:02 EST sf0XXoAT No.901669 Reply
>>901658
micro dose on a day on 2 days off basis, about 10ug. this worked for me in terms of clarity, for the first couple weeks i was absolute ecstatic with a feeling like "wow this is what normal people feel like". although like the anon just before said, meditation will do it too, and it'll be safer. micro dosing has almost the same effects as meditation

Shrooms

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- Mon, 17 Feb 2020 16:50:28 EST +0j/utNP No.901653
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Yo, so I'm new to 420chan. I don't know anything about this place but I was wondering if anyone can help me out. I'm really wanting to try shrooms. I've never done a psychedelic before but I think shrooms sound most like what I'm looking for. The problem is I don't know where to get them. Another issue is that I'm on Zoloft (150mg). I know there's already a thread up about a similar issue with another dude but he's wanting to do LSD and is on a different dosage also the replies in that thread didn't seem very helpful. What are my options here?
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Hugh Dandlefuck - Mon, 17 Feb 2020 18:05:40 EST ORGnopuU No.901655 Reply
we really need a "questions that doesn't a thread" general
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Mr_Shawmeen - Mon, 17 Feb 2020 23:48:12 EST O61PecZf No.901662 Reply
You got all the info you needed from the LSD and zoloft thread, it just wasn't what you wanted to hear. SSRI's work on serotonin receptors and psychedelics and certain other drugs are seritonergic so there's competition at the binding site and sometimes downregulation of receptor activity, the competitive binding is bad enough honestly. Anyways, if it's sometimes that binds at that site then chances are it basically short circuits the process or greatly weakens it. If it's something that raises serotonin levels then it could put them at dangerous levels causing serotonin syndrome(toxicity) and probably not kill you but maybe make you wish you were dead, barring underlying conditions that is. Now you know and you also know you'll need to go through full detox(potential reemergence of whatever illness+brain zaps) for two or three weeks for those drugs to work or be safe.

Remember

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- Mon, 17 Feb 2020 05:36:47 EST c+ot2hXd No.901635
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Always wipe your feet before entering the void.
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Caroline Meffingbury - Mon, 17 Feb 2020 11:02:30 EST nC72LLIm No.901637 Reply
>>901635
I let my green frootoftheloom t-shirt in another dimension once..
I wonder what "repercussions" may have happened.
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William Blackway - Mon, 17 Feb 2020 18:05:50 EST dlQVI4W/ No.901656 Reply
>>901637
I saw a time traveler wearing it at a concert. The shirt was rather dirty but the guy seemed to be enjoying himself. I think it's all even.

Subarachnoid hemorrhage, opiate recovery and psys

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- Sat, 18 Jan 2020 19:15:54 EST P7lyAaPS No.901117
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So I'm gonna do my first trip on acid with a friend, but have recently suffered a subarachnoid hemorrhage but have made a decent recovery in spite of it. Am also a recovering opiate addict, using kratom currently.

Would this be a good idea or no? I want to come to terms with the trauma as well as hopefully get the neurogenesis psys are known for
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Herschel Longbottom - Mon, 17 Feb 2020 12:00:40 EST LPAIQdC4 No.901639 Reply
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>>901117
I suggest a little more recovery time. Only due to the recent hemorrhage. I was dosing Kratom for the same reason and did three tabs the day after. Great trip. But let's face it, I think you've already made your mind up. Regardless, good luck to you my man

Zoloft and LSD?

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- Thu, 13 Feb 2020 19:37:13 EST l3eKjkid No.901583
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I have been on 50mg of zoloft for less then a month now, and I wanna trip this weekend. I read that it can ruin your trip. If I don't take a dose for 24 hrs will I still trip alright?
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Mr_Shawmeen - Sat, 15 Feb 2020 12:25:44 EST O61PecZf No.901612 Reply
>>901583
It'll fuck things up on some level in some way. It could potentially make the trip weak to nonexistent or it could interact in some unpleasant way otherwise. Ssri's like that take two full weeks to kick in and two weeks to fully wear off. Stopping for a day or two could help, but the reality is if you're on those kinds of meds then maybe tripping is the right move for you? In the end it's all up to you but you could simply be wasting your money and putting a speed bump in your treatment.
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David Gedgeham - Mon, 17 Feb 2020 01:53:09 EST zOZos08p No.901634 Reply
SSRIs bind to and block the sites that LSD and other psychedelics (and MDMA) bind to, so nothing happens unless you take a lot, stopping for a few days isn't enough, because they also down-regulate the receptors, meaning there are less of them for LSD to bind to even without the presence of an actual drug

Any length of time long enough to make acid worth it and you'll be into withdrawal territory and you might as well just stop at that point, there are lots of other drugs you can do on SSRIs though

LSD

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- Wed, 29 Jan 2020 23:33:39 EST TzPkcAI7 No.901270
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Does LSD taste like anything? I've never tried it yet but the thought came up.
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Graham Gonkinstutch - Sat, 15 Feb 2020 00:34:45 EST bs37+BMW No.901601 Reply
>>901572
It’s not really a traditional type of numb lsd makes your mouth, it’s more like the feeling of losing control over your jaw because it just wants to drop to the floor
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Basil Crollerneck - Sat, 15 Feb 2020 17:10:21 EST kTXPlr6J No.901614 Reply
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ive never mixed lsd with other drugs besides coffee, which sent me into thought loops with 125ug. otherwise ive tripped maybe a half dozen times. is taking 25-50ug a bad idea while coming down from an alcohol buzz? i'm not really drunk, because as a large man i need a lot booze to get "drunk". probably around 0.07 BAC content tbh. thanks buds

Reaserch chems

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- Wed, 12 Feb 2020 09:17:40 EST M1+MfE90 No.901549
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Where can I buy ald 52 liquid just the liquid for the lowest price avaliable
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psychosis plzgo

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- Sun, 16 Feb 2020 02:14:42 EST c+ot2hXd No.901622
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How do I make the psychosis go away, guys?
Do I just have to stop doing drugs permenently?
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Edwin Sinkinman - Sun, 16 Feb 2020 14:50:10 EST Y/E0rSUC No.901625 Reply
>>901622
take care of yourself go outside and take in the sun
food physical activity and not treating yourself badly

Audiobooks on present moment

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- Sat, 15 Feb 2020 11:54:08 EST 96Tl72Sp No.901611
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Best audio books about being in the present moment?

answer fucker

Not a fan of you either

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- Fri, 14 Feb 2020 10:06:43 EST XO8qaXaG No.901589
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Good Afternoon

So I have a shit personality. Everyone I know hates me to some degree. I enjoy the fact that they hate my guts. I took my mother's advice and saw a therapist but she hated my guts too.

Anyways, I heard paychadlics can help open your mind and reach out to your humanity. I'm not much of a drug user. I smoke weed, did MDMA once in college but never bothered with it again.

Which psychedelics should I try and to what dosage?
If you ever had a profound life altering experience with psychedelics, what kind of drug and what was the atmosphere like?
Ps I dont have any friends so I have to fly solo on this one

I'm not planning on doing this fun, just trying to find a cure before i get stomped to death.
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Graham Gonkinstutch - Sat, 15 Feb 2020 18:05:02 EST bs37+BMW No.901617 Reply
>>901610
Holy shit dude get the fuck out you’re addicted to mdma and you’re retarded now and you want everyone else to be as retarded as you.

Mdma = brain damage/neurotoxicity. Lsd/dmt/mushroom = neuron generation.

It just feels the opposite way around because mdma tricks your brain by releasing dopamine like methamphetamine
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Awe' !!Bwteoy2D - Sat, 15 Feb 2020 19:31:15 EST ZgfrcNMJ No.901619 Reply
>>901602
They don't change your nature IME. I've also though that everyone just becomes woke when they take psys, but experience show that dumb mother fuckers stay dumb, psychopatic mofos stay psychopathic and shallow bitches stay shallow for the most part. This is not cynicism, just observations. Trust me I also though that everyone who takes them must experience similar things, but that is simply not true. If they don't change your nature, they don't change who you are fundamentally, they can only help you rediscover some things that were hidden under layers and layers of crap, but when it wears off, it's up to you again to rekindle that it your daily life or let it stay there as a fond memory. Again you see, up to the tripper to be changed or not (excluding the ends of the bell curve where shizos and permafriers hang). We can agree to disagree of course tho, but since my natural first thought was to think as you do and then drop by drop I started to realize that it's a bit more complex than that, I am inclined to think that you simply lack experience, personal and that of observing the processes of others. I hope your ego can take what I've just said without getting defensive, I'm just honestly stating my opinioin here.
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Graham Herryman - Sat, 15 Feb 2020 23:26:30 EST 8frpwP7p No.901621 Reply
>>901617
dopamine is good for brain change too though, it literally drives all your actions. If its neurotoxic thats another issue entirely.

But shit, you dont have to be an asshole about peoples preferences and life choices. You're just being toxic.

ego loss from lsd analogs

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- Sat, 15 Feb 2020 04:05:35 EST c+ot2hXd No.901603
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Is it true that it's hard or impossible to achieve ego-death on 1p-lsd and the various other analogs of lsd?

Whenever I try 1P it's like I get all the token effects of LSD (visuals, weird body, sensation, warped sense of reality) but no definable loss of ego that I tend to hit quite easily with lsd-25/LAD. Is this a reacurrent thing for others who have tried this??
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Nell Hackleshit - Sat, 15 Feb 2020 10:37:08 EST o/OnKyOL No.901609 Reply
>>901603
Hard? Maybe compared to some substances, but not really. I've had ego death on ~400ug and more. Also in my experience 1P-LSD has been indistinguishable from regular LSD for the most part.
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Oliver Bunham - Sat, 15 Feb 2020 19:02:30 EST Wa5MIDsA No.901618 Reply
Not true. It's the same shit.

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