Experience:Mirtazapine (120mg, Oral) - Extremely sedating and dreamlike CEVs

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Experience reports - Mirtazapine

  • Date: 20/11/2018
  • Age: 21
  • Sex: M
  • Height: 5'8" / 173 cm
  • Weight: 68 kg / 150 lbs
  • Misc: Never taken a psychedelic before

Report

Time: 0:00 - Took 120 mg of Mirtazapine (little orange pills) after a full meal
Time: 1:00 - Began to feel sedation, no open or closed eyes effects yet
Time: ??? - At this point the sedation hit hard, I was slurring my words a little and I decided to go lay down because doing anything else required a tremendous effort. I was expecting some level of OEVs but even in the dark I didn't see anything psychedelic. At some point while lying down I closed my eyes and saw what others have experienced on this substance. It was almost as if a slide show of randomly generated images was being played in my mind at around a 3 second interval. They would appear, I would be able to comprehend what they were, but when I focused on any detail or after a short period of time they would go away.As soon as the images went away I would not be able to recall what they were at all. The one "theme" I remember is seeing blocks of code in my mind (I'm a programmer) containing completely random characters that were not in any language I could understand. I experienced about 5-10 of those images in an indeterminate period of time.
Time: ??? At some point after this slide show effect stopped I began having hallucinations similar to what I've seen described on reports of DPH. I would be certain that I was talking to someone or doing something and then after a moment I would become lucid and realize they weren't real.

Final Thoughts - None of what I experienced during this "trip" was perceived as scary. The entire time I felt extremely slow both mentally and physically and overall it wasn't really an enjoyable experience or something I would consider doing again.

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