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Does My New Antipsychotic Block Entheogens
Flupenthixol & Mushrooms
by calypso
Citation:   calypso. "Does My New Antipsychotic Block Entheogens: An Experience with Flupenthixol & Mushrooms (exp102569)". Jan 23, 2023.

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Does My New Antipsychotic Block Entheogens

For the past 8 months I have received regular fluphenthixol depot injections for psychosis. I had consumed mushrooms in the past to good effect and wondered if I would still be able to experience them while on my new antipsychotic. I made 3 attempts, all were similar.

On the first attempt, I hiked into a remote cabin by myself and took what looked to me to be an average dose of mushrooms. Over the next hour I noticed a warming sensation, and anticipated this as the start of the high, but the high never came. I chopped firewood steadily, watched a mediocre sunset, built my fire with no more than the usual interest and went to sleep when it died down. My perceptions remained disappointingly normal.

On two future occasions I took a similar dose while at home, and had the same reaction, i.e. almost none. It occurred to me that the mushrooms were duds, but I know the source and I know other people who obtained mushrooms from the same source around the same time and were satisfied.

I tentatively conclude that flupenthixol blocks the action of psilocybin.

Exp Year: 2013ExpID: 102569
Gender: Not Specified 
Age at time of experience: 28 
Published: Jan 23, 2023Views: 136
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