Citation: whitepine. "Mind Was Calm but Body Was in Panic Mode: An Experience with Unknown Cannabinoid Receptor Agonist (exp100633)". Erowid.org. Jul 8, 2019. erowid.org/exp/100633
I decided to try this substance out at the beginning of 2013. In the past I hadn't been interested in anything besides mushrooms and marijuana. But recently, I've opened up a little more to trying chemicals.
I was hanging out with my partners friends who offered me the substance telling me that it was similar to smoking marijuana but didn't last as long as the plant. I smoke a lot of marijuana for various reasons and decided/hoped that it would be similar, enough to reduce the nausea I had been experiencing at the time.
The first few times I tried it, it wasn't too bad and was very similar to marijuana but didn't smell at all or taste like it. The smell wasn't very pleasant and mostly added to my nausea.
The smell wasn't very pleasant and mostly added to my nausea.
I tried again but this time without someone really paying attention to how much I had inhaled. It is very hard to tell how much I am taking in because when I exhale it seems as though I haven't taken any in.
After a few minutes I started to feel really high, similar to a marijuana high but it escalated and I started to feel uncomfortable and confused about what everyone was talking about. So I went into the bedroom and lied down in the dark to try and control myself. It wasn't that my mind was out of control but my body was in complete panic mode and I couldn't control it. It was very uncomfortable and hard to deal with. My heart pounded for about 20 minutes and I eventually came back to it.
This is okay in very small dosesnbut I can't say I would do it again, it's not as relaxing or enjoyable and I just stick to the regular stuff.
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