this is a very common experience after taking psychedelics, especially if the experience was of profound import to the user. it tends to subsist.>>4744
i'm taking a big break from psychedelics right now, but am thinking that a good tyrptamine experience might be a much needed therapy, soon. once i cross that hurdle, i will probably see if i can find the 5meoDALT and wade into it.
Oh I forgot, I once brought some MDMC.
I actually really, really enjoyed the stuff. It was very much like MDMA, good stimulation, good euphoria, lots of potential for psychotherapeutic or enjoyable recreational use. i got very drunk with friends once while on it and ended up taking to much (ie, sticking pinky in bag) and spewed all over the place. my homie who was also thoroughly enjoying the drug swept it up without hesitation and we resumed as normal. i gave it to him and he's since disposed of it, but if it's still out there (which presumably it isn't) i'd recommend. as expected, hangover was terrible. can't attest to comedown.>>4859
is this still available? as much as i enjoy the spiritual side of mushrooms, the emotional stimulation aspect of many of the tryptamines is the real payload for me.>>4884
thoughts? are you died?>>4914
the poster below you is offering very good advice. benzos are really, really bad news as a habit. they can turn you into a horrible person (uncharacteristic behavior + no memory thereof), the addiction potential is high, and the withdrawals can easily be lethal.
i'd say, figure out what dose you need for stressful situations of high importance (key point) then banish that soykaf to a drawer and only use it for that. or whatever works for you (i don't mean to preach or moralize.) but don't do it as a habit, there's no goodness to be found going down that road.
(t. former opiate addict, lifelong addict)