/psy/ Psychedelic Discussion
Are baby woodrose and LSA worth it?
>>893715tf you driving around on LSA for
Thumbsup if LSA-seeds are very dissociative.
>>893746how, to be honest? I liked it and the headspace was surprisingly groovy but I haven't figured out to deal with the nausea except for weed and I don't usually want to mix
It's been awhile since I've heard about it, and since I've been looking into LSD (not very hard, mind you) I'd consider doing Peyote instead.I know at one time it was legal--or at the very least, wasn't illegal, and hoping it's that much easier to get than LSD.Any tips or suggestions?
>>893906In my honest opinion, RC's are only fun when you know you're taking it. Lsd-25 tends to have a certain feeling that is different from analogs and RC's. They are fun, but if you're expecting pure lsd and you get an analog, it can really catch you off guard
>>893908Although I agree, I prefer Ald-52 to LSD tbh
There are a lot of other cacti which contain mescaline other than peyote, and they would be worth looking into. San Pedro is the most notable of these, but check the shroomery forums for a GREAT insight into this whole thing. Mescaline + the other various alkaloids in these cacti are very a overwhelming trip, so I would recommend 100ug LSD first if possible to get into psychs.
just took one square of unknown strength and here are the highlights:>invisible entity spotted >i look like a demon in the dark >spacing out >uncontrollable intense tremor-smiling>wanting to move and not move at the same time and remaining in odd positions >strange weightless sensation for two days
>invisible entity spotted >i look like a demon in the dark >spacing out >uncontrollable intense tremor-smiling>wanting to move and not move at the same time and remaining in odd positions >strange weightless sensation for two days
This sounds like a normal high dose trip to me. But I was also diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia.
First of all you're a retard kysSecond,>entity>two daysabnormal>I looked like a demon>spacing out>tremors>ambivalence toward the body and weightlessnessnormal
>I looked like a demon>spacing out>tremors>ambivalence toward the body and weightlessness
>>893344Sounds normal to me. I used to get the wanting to move and not move at the same time a LOT back when i first started to trip a long time ago, it was one of the predominant features of my, at the time, high dosage trips. it seemed to be more prominent with tryptamine based psychedelics like shrooms most intensely, but happened more or less with all of them.my trips now all go pretty much more or less exactly the same way in general, with the only differences being in the experiences and hallucinations themselves. its hard to explain, the experiences are still unique, but the overall journey the trips take overall is the same and very predictable feeling. typically they're all characterized with me instantly becoming god (more like connected with god to the point i was always "god" and my ego and "self" that i experience during this life are more or less perceived or understood to be illusory and fleeting, knowing that it is all ephemeral and transitory). along with that, i feel that am in complete and total control of my experience. all sense of anxiety or uncertainty in my actions or what i experience happening vanishes, because the state im in has such a transcendental kind of self-actualized/successfully individuated kind of quality to it. i still get odd and conflicting sensations like wanting to move and not move at the same time, but the cognitive dissonance from wanting to do both equally bad no longer applies like it used to way back when i first started (where it could be almost distressing and was something i would have to be calm, accept, and then kind of just ignore during the rest of the trip back then). now, everything that happens feels so expected, "right", and inevitable in a deterministic kind of way that it doesn't cause distress or uncomfortability in the least and instead is just another great part of the experience on the whole.
I'm not well versed in mushrooms and this has probably been posted before, but I found this and multiple more growing on a piece of discarded lumber in my back yard. Curious to know if these are the fun mushrooms Whoever reads this, thanks for your time
Very likely not funIf you're serious about finding mushrooms around outside please take the proper steps in iding them, but even then it is risky. There are tutorials on how to do thisSafest way is to grow your own with spores, it is much easier as well
>>893975If you have to ask, you shouldn't be picking mushrooms in the first place. No, this does not look like an edible mushroom. Do your research, and even then just buy them or grow them yourself. It's not worth risking having one of the most agonizing deaths a human can experience.
Looking for some experience here. So, I did some DMT back in January. Extracted it myself, researched it and all. My first few experiences with it were underwhelming; didn't do 3 hits so it was basically the visual part of the peak of an acid trip. "Swimming" orange dyed wooden floors. I bucked up and managed to do three hits, and don't remember much of the trip other than the feeling. I wish I had somebody irl to speak with this about. I was in a maze or rather, I saw a maze and a red light emanated from a part of it and spread outwards. Or, it almost felt like the suggestion of a maze or something. I also saw pic related if I closed my eyes and pressed on them (the toothy, weird column part). They were really tiny and moving like a wave. Funny thing is I had read of people who had seen those fucking things and always thought it would freak me out but it didn't. Basically nothing I saw messed with me fucked me up but the intensity was completely overwhelming. I like listening to McKenna not because I take his opinion as law, but because he at least speaks about dmt in a coherent manner. He'll sometimes mention the threat of "death by astonishment", and the audience will laugh, and he'll then confirm that he's not really being facetious. That's how it felt for me. i kept losing track of time and forgetting that I had done DMT, and then remembering what the hell was happening. I mean, it was out of this world, and I don't even think it was a breakthrough. I'm sure it wasn't. How do I recover and get the balls to try dmt again? This was about a month and a half ago.
>>893973I said it was overwhelming. No clue what you read.
>>893972Well, I did see the toothy column things. They weren't the same color, and were illuminated like christmas lights. Very crisp and bright. They were very small, and covered my vision if I squeezed my eyes shut. I didn't get the impression they were living or anything.
I have seen similar columnar entities.
I have Mimossa hostilis and B. cappi. Is there a reason for the 12 hour+ cooking methods? Would it be possible to literally just put some mimossa and ayahuasca in a tea bag and make a tea from it? Ive found some recipes that just involve eating the plant matter by themselves but that was with Syrian rue. Could I do that with ayahuasca leaf? Would it work to just make a simple tea?
nah they just put that in there to fuck with you it's all a big joke
>>893970I made a thread with my method. Its about as simple as it gets at takes under an hour but it uses mimosa and syrian rue. Just buy the fuckin rue dude. It's super cheap and easy to work with. If you buy the rue come back and I might consider writing it out again.
Found a new way to smoke dmt, vaping. No bad smell, tastes great, super efficient. I mean there's just no cons to this method. I use the Smok 22 which i bought for $15. All i do is mix up 1 gram of dmt in 2 ml of non-nicotine juice and i breakthrough in 2 hits at the push of a button. Your welcome.
If you're right about normal vapes being able to burn it at the correct temperature, that's intriguing news.I'm not sure I believe you can dissolve a whole gram in 2ml though, and the smok 22 is going to leak 90% of that out the side. That's intensely wasteful.
I just ingested 1.5g of dried shrooms ground up and mixed in oj. I need some music, stat
>>893873Why is it you think you got bullied for it? I'm asking rhetorically, I don't give a shit about your answer, I'm just trying to generate some potentially meaningful lines of inquiry for you while tripping that could lead to some decent self discovery and enhanced self-awareness. I think that's what the poster you responded to was trying to do as well.At the same time, maybe next time you trip you should try discovering some new music on youtube on your own, it could be fun and the results may surprise you and be immensely satisfying, both during and post-trip. It's not exactly the easiest thing to accomplish, but it's definitely possible. I usually do it myself (sometimes while tripping, sometimes not) every few months just to try and update my music collection and find some good shit. Sometimes you run across old shit you haven't listened to in forever and entirely forgot that you loved it, which is always nice too.
>>893870I know the servers have rolled back, but if you are trippin my go to come up music is:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6WUTlCTi7fg
What's your experience purchasing from Avalon, or any other online vendors?
Do any of you silly shaman gypsy ass hippie mother fuckers actually believe it to be the "Third Eye" in the sense that it is your window into the astral realm or some kind of state of "cosmic consciousness"? Or alternatively, that it is the brain structure that could be considered the "seat/throne" of consciousness? If so, mind giving some sources (preferably scienfitic) that present evidence favoring these beliefs? Otherwise why do you buy into this mystic horseshit? Later on some discussion and probably sources on why either certain areas of the forebrain or, more likely, the thalamus are likely to be what you'd actually consider the seat of consciousness (although "hub" in the latter case is a better description) incoming if people are actually interested.
>>893892I wasn't disputing anything regarding the third eye's existence; I was specifically disputing the fact that it was the pineal gland itself that was the third eye. The Thalamus is both a better match in terms of physical location in exactly the "center" of the brain rather than the center-rear like the pineal gland, as well as in function. The Thalamus is the hub where signals coming from all the cortical regions pass through, and it performs a "gating" mechanism whereby some signals are stopped and others allowed to pass through on to the sensory binding pathways that work to integrate the various disparate currents coming from the cortical regions allowed to pass through the Thalamus and constructed into the final model of reality that we experience.You clearly didn't take the time to actually understand what it was that I was saying/asking, instead being more gung-ho to tell me I was wrong about one of your rather rigid beliefs. This is pretty much the type of behavior and thinking processes I was trying to challenge by creating this thread in the first place, aside from possibly starting a good discussion between people that might agree or disagree for various reasons, some that may have surprisingly good merit to them... along with generally being informative to anyone interested enough to give the thread a look. For your own sake, in the pursuit of gaining ever greater awareness of the self and the nature of existence, lighten up on the dogmatic horseshit and the need to so quickly and readily defend it. Be open to some actual investigation, or the idea that you might be wrong. Did you even go out and look anything up about the Third Eye and which brain structures might potentially be the cause for it when coming across the thread, before deciding to post? Even just to double check if you might not be wrong, or if any new scientific evidence has been uncovered that may change what we think we know about all of this?I did, and found out that despite my insistence that the Thalamus is the best candidate for being the actual "seat of consciousness" or "Third Eye", the scientific conses on that has become quite dogmatic itself and … Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>893927>This is pretty much the type of behavior and thinking processes I was trying to challenge by creating this thread in the first place, aside from possibly starting a good discussion between people[...]That said, your post did itself generate some good discussion that might better help lead to enlightenment on the subject (I myself am still trying to better understand the phenomena being discussed and harbor no illusions that I actually think I know about it all is in fact indisputably the truth by any means). I didn't really mean to come across as negatively judgmental and critical of you as I did, reading back on what I wrote, so hopefully you don't feel like I was trying to being a dick or anything. I'm just interested in cultivating a discussion that develops better understanding and learning for everybody involved.
>This is pretty much the type of behavior and thinking processes I was trying to challenge by creating this thread in the first place, aside from possibly starting a good discussion between people[...]
Do you guys think that there are some drug using females coming on this website?Interesting question.
Yes I am woman teehee I love drugsPlease send money
What are some good research chemicals to start out with and what are some interesting/different ones?
>>893797vaped is more lucid and usually more visual and clearheaded just like green. less muddy, more transparent.admittedly oral aya can go way further due to the mechanics of administration. still id prefer iv for a massive end of the world trip.
>>893827Have you tried AL-LAD? How does ETH compare to it?
>>893903But even IV would only last for a 1-3 hours. Oral still feels pretty clear to me. Honestly I think the intensity gradient it goes is more gentle and easy to accept. From what I've read true ayahuasca vs mimosa the true ayahuasca sounds more gentle. Probably due to fewer analogs present but who knows. Still I think it peaks higher than vaped regardless of dose. I mean how would you vape 500mg and ingest god knows how more by way of analogs?
In a couple days I'm going to trip on lsd and go see estas tonne. The plan is to take one or maybe 2 tabs earlier in the day and then go while I'm still tripping good. Though I've noticed my passed couple trips I had a bit of anxiety about going out in public, I'm wondering how many hours before the show should I take it? I'm thinking somewhere between 5 or 7 hours
If you already have a ride I'd suggest about 5 hours
It blew my mind. So trippy and psychedelic. 10/10 Love the cool, underwater nautical theme
Pork roll eggs and cheese - ween
HAIL BOOGNISHI think that white pepper, quebec and pure guava are also great albums to trip to. Pure guava being the most experimental and white pepper is the most accessible. Quebec and the mollusk are somewhere in between. Highly recommend ween, but they're not one of those bands that's really gonna grow on you over time so if you don't "get it" after listening to some of their more accessible stuff you just likely won't gel with them at all which is fine; ween fans aren't really the type to give you shit for not liking them. But we are off-puttingly passionate about this band, it's an odd but very loving family to be part of.Deaner did an "interview" for the 20th anniversary, about the writing and recording experience. I thought it was a great read but I'm a big fan so ymmv. https://www.stereogum.com/1951136/weens-the-mollusk-turns-20-an-oral-history-by-mickey-melchiondo/franchises/the-anniversary/
>>893472I fucking loved it on my last trip.Thanks for sharing!
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