Experience:3-MeO-PCE (20-30 mg, insufflated)
Experience reports - 3-MeO-PCE (20-30 mg, insufflated)
- Date: 02/2021
- Age: 35
- Sex: Male
- Height: 185 cm
- Weight: 145 kg
- Misc: Taken at home, alone. Quetiapin (seroquel) 100mg probably still active in body from oral ingestion the evening before at 20:00. User have tried substance at lower dose before. User has ADHD, Bipolar (Type II) and aphantasia.
12:45: Material insufflated.
Strong bitter taste.
Typical nasal reactions to insufflation.
No burning sensation experienced.
12:50 - 14:00: Time spent sitting, engaged in writing and research on PC, and general introspection.
- Time experienced as accelerating and decelerating rapidly during this period.
- Thought deceleration and acceleration.
- Enhanced introspection.
- Enhanced metacognition.
Stimulation in whatever task was undertaken:
- Motivation enhancement in whatever task was undertaken.
- Enhanced focus in whatever task was undertaken.
- Immersion enhancement when engaging with any kind of media.
- Analytical thinking dominating thought processes.
General dissociation from body:
- Perception of bodily lightness.
- Physical euphoria.
- Pain relief.
- Anxiety suppression.
- Appetite suppression.
- Nausea suppression.
- Optical sliding.
- Light flickering and flashes of lights experienced with both open and closed eyes.
- No hallucinations.
- Dizziness with rapid head movement, but not when in locked position.
14:00 - 14:10: Time spent moving around, getting from workspace to bed.
Above effects are still active.
Feeling of motor control loss:
- Feeling the need to hold onto things as moving around in the apartment, using arms against walls as safety. However, no problems actually moving, body responds as anticipated.
- Tactile suppression, numbness in hands, feets and limbs. Slight sensation of physical autonomy.
- Changes in felt gravity. Body feels heavy, balance is off.
14:10 - 14:30: Time spent lying in bed mostly with closed eyes. Some writing, mostly introspection.
Some above effects are dissolving: Time distortion and some stimulation are beginning to wear off.
- Cognitive euphoria.
- Physical euphoria.
- Respiratory depression.
- Body feels relaxed.
- Paranoid thought patterns.
- Sense of impending doom.
- Body feels heavy.
- Sensations of hovering, flying and falling, despite the increased perception of gravitational "force".
Awareness of not normally perceived parts of the body:
- Sensation in throat and deep tongue muscle.
- Sensation of spine positioning.
- Olfactory activation seems intensified.
- Strong smells and taste sensations seems to persist longer than usual.
- Urge to socialize, user interacts with friends and strangers via online communication.
14:30 - 14:40: Time spent standing again, and on dental hygiene in bathroom
Some above effects are dissolving: Europhoria and introspection are slowly beginning to wear off.
- Standing up requiring a lot of focus. Feeling of motor control loss as above.
- Awareness of lacking dental hygiene motivates user to brush teeth, a bit excessively compared to baseline but not causing any damage.
14:40 - 15:45: Time spent sitting in bed, online socializing, writing, researching and relaxing
Some above effects are gone: Paranoid thoughts and sense of impending doom have disappeared
Some above effects are dissolving: Changes in felt gravity, Nausea, Respiratory depression.
Some above effects are coming back: Time distortion, immersion and stimulation are increasing again.
Mood changes, antidepressant effect:
- Positivity towards task that earlier seemed insurmountable.
- Focus on actionable task rather than hopelessness.
15:45 - 22:45: Time spent sitting at workspace, online socializing, writing, researching, relaxing, and listening to music
Almost all of the above effects are dissolving, some after-effects lingers.
- Enhanced focus and mood change lingers while most other effects disappears slowly - probable stimulant interaction with ADHD.
- Time passes rapidly, as baseline when user is focused on task.
- Fatigue starting to set in.
Submitted by Greybear