Citation: mike. "Infancy: A Unique Chemical Combination: An Experience with DXM & Salvia divinorum (10x extract) (exp10137)". Erowid.org. Dec 15, 2020. erowid.org/exp/10137
I am an experienced user of psychedelic drugs. An interesting combination I recently discovered is DXM and Salvia divinorum. Earlier in the week I got it in my head that I wanted to Dex. It had been over a year since I had taken DXM, and the night seemed particularly perfect for psychedelic use. I bought cough syrup, drank it, and experienced the mild, dreamy, disassociation, that goes with a low dose of DXM.
I was visiting with my friend, who has been my psychedelic companion for several years. My friend suggested that we smoke some 10x strength Salvia divinorum. Myself, being a huge fan of Salvia, was happy to comply. The Salvia-DXM combo blew my mind. Usually when I smoke Salvia, I like to take several hits to get as far out as I can. This time it only took two. After the first hit I couldn't feel the DXM anymore.
This was a straight Salvia experience, with the DXM working heavily behind the scenes. The Salvia spirit spoke to me. 'We know you are on DXM, but we want you to come with us for a while'.
The Salvia spirit spoke to me. 'We know you are on DXM, but we want you to come with us for a while'.
I was really spacing out and had the whole mental landscape visuals that Salvia brings. The second hit put me over the edge in an amazing way. After exhaling, the Salvia spirit kept saying 'We're shipping you out' over and over. I was put on a train made of bright plastic alphabet letters and 'shipped out' to my infancy. I was laughing uncontrollably and drooling all over my self, I had a few pristine seconds of total ego loss. Then my language centers rebuilt and I understood what had happened. I am convinced the Salvia and DXM combination showed me the consciousness of infancy. It was as earth shattering as it was beautiful.
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