Citation: childlikesense. "Shooting into Outerspace: An Experience with 5-MeO-DALT (exp103040)". Erowid.org. Jan 23, 2016. erowid.org/exp/103040
I got two 5-MeO-DALT tabs from a trusted vendor that I've used many times. I took one 45 milligram tablet at around 9:50pm on a very beautiful and relaxing evening. The whole experience lasted about five hours. I had just eaten a rather large dinner.
About 20 minutes into the trip, I was already beginning to feel a light, floaty body load. It was pleasant and I was enjoying a book and some relaxing music.
At around 10:30 I experienced a noticeable widening of my perception. I felt like the world had more depth to it and it was getting hard to focus on one point when the clouds were rapidly moving behind the trees in my backward.
Ten minutes later, the body load started to hit me. I was coming up insanely fast and it felt like someone turned the gravity off in my back yard. Like I was falling off a tall building and I needed to grab onto something before I fell to my death, but there was nothing to grab on to. It was an incredibly uncomfortable come up and I found myself unable to get off my outside couch. Eventually I decided that I absolutely needed to get up and get some water, and I promptly threw up my large dinner. This seemed to help my body load slightly, but I felt very heavy even after the purge.
Eventually the come-up subsided. I still had a heavy body load through the trip, but after the come-up I began experiencing some light visuals. The clouds above me were morphing slightly, walls were breathing, patterns were moving. The visuals remained slight through the whole trip.
The heavy body load and visuals lasted until about 1 am. There was no real mental high to speak of. Really, the only thing this drug did for me was make me feel heavy and the walls breathe. I did not have an introspective trip with this chemical.
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