Experience:DXM (660 mg) - Life Changing Experience

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Subject

  • Age: 19
  • Sex: M
  • Height: 5'9" / 175cm
  • Weight: 260lb / 118kg
  • Date: 03/30/21 12:14am

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I took this dose to cope with the loss of my uncle and it was one of the most life changing experiences I've ever had.

I took 44 15 mg softgels (I thought it was 45 aka 3 bottles, but I had dropped one and found it the next day)

I stayed on my computer after taking my dose but after about 30 minutes if I remember correctly I felt nauseous sitting up, not from anything like guaifenesin but just cause the effects were so strong

it's worth noting that before this I had only taken Polisterex aka Extended-Release so taking a dose equivalent to Extended-Release with the HBr hit me like a truck

So after feeling very nauseous I decided to go lay down in bed and this is where everything happened.

I can't give time as I was engrossed in my trip but I remember it vividly.


The effects first


As I stared up at the roof I had some pretty major tunnel vision along with minor drifting at what I was looking at and major drifting in my peripheral along with tracers

I also had double vision that I really noticed when holding my hand in front of me

I also felt locked to the bed and really did not want to move and probably couldn't if I tried, I could really only move my arms


Now for the experience


As I laid there I felt like my uncle that I mentioned earlier was watching me, I just felt like I wasn't alone and it really made me start thinking about the afterlife

and how the people in our lives who we have lost aren't really gone which is weird for me cause I've never really thought like this before.

So for a while, I just laid there thinking about how death isn't the end and how even though we can't see or interact with the people we have lost, they aren't gone.

It's hard to put in words exactly what I experienced but it has changed me as a person it has kind of eased my fear of death and really just opened my eyes to how beautiful the universe really is.