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Waiting for It to Happen
Citation:   louse. "Waiting for It to Happen: An Experience with Methoxetamine (exp100223)". Erowid.org. Dec 8, 2013. erowid.org/exp/100223

150 mg insufflated Methoxetamine
[Erowid Note: The dose described in this report is very high, potentially beyond Erowid's 'heavy' range, and could pose serious health risks or result in unwanted, extreme effects. Sometimes extremely high doses reported are errors rather than actual doses used.]

0:00. I go to purchase 50mg of what I was told was 98% pure MXE. He ended up putting 150mg on the table instead. I had one experience with MXE prior to this and knew the doses were 50mg and under. I had initially said I didn't feel safe doing all of it, but he assured me it was a safe dose.

Immediately after snorting it I feel the intense alcohol buzz feeling I relate to Ketamine. Within minutes I am stuck to my couch.

0:15. I'm realizing 150mg was too high of a dose for me to handle. I'm getting extremely hollow feeling, as well as feeling light but in a lot of discomfort.

0:30. Time and space are irrelevant. I feel like I'm being ripped out of my body and it's very uncomfortable. I got extremely bad motion sickness. I had to lay flat on the floor face down just so I could feel like there was something nearby that was real.

0:45. I am blacked out. I remember some of my experience but have no recollection of the events that actually occurred. The last thing I remember is being carried to my bedroom by a couple close friends of mine.

But the entire time I had the most odd feeling, I felt like I had experienced all of it before, and that it wasn't just a party night, but it blurred my memories together and made me feel as if they were a collective experience. I had also felt a constant sense of deja vu. All I could do at this point was sit, try to stare, and wait for it to happen. Whenever I could feel my body or was aware of it it felt like it was churning or in constant motion, not as a whole but on a molecular level. My mind was tearing itself apart and there was nothing I could do to stop it, at this point. I was feeling tracers of everything but my vision, if that makes sense. Everything was the effect of a ripple and caused a ripple and that was the only feeling that was constant throughout the experience.

6:00. I'm finally out of the pit. I feel extremely relieved to be out of it, even though I still feel outrageously nauseous. I'm still in an M-hole, but I am no longer blacked out. I had my friends help walk me back into my living room where the rest of my friends were. I kept trying to talk but my mouth could not form sentences. I sit on the couch and watch the sunrise through the main window, and at this point I can begin to find the experience somewhat enjoyable. I still felt very light, but I was able to get comfortable this time.

8:00. I'm out of my M hole, left with nothing but an empty wallet, a severe headache, and a lot (and I mean a lot) of confusion. I'm thankful to be out of it. I'm definitely not sober from the MXE, but I'm getting there.

When all is said and done I found that if someone sells a drug and is even a close friend or family, I need to research the dose myself. Personally I have experienced all the MXE I feel like I need to, and I don't plan on having it around me in the future. I don't know if it's possible to overdose on MXE, but I feel like I was very close to dying from this experience. All I can say is: be sure you know what you're taking, how much you're taking, and know your body before doing any sort of drug as powerful as this.

Exp Year: 2012ExpID: 100223
Gender: Male 
Age at time of experience: 18
Published: Dec 8, 2013Views: 4,479
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