Citation: endangered. "I Had a Really Good Time: An Experience with Huasca Brew (Syrian Rue & Acacia tenuiflora) (exp103486)". Erowid.org. Aug 15, 2019. erowid.org/exp/103486
I had settled on what I called a good blend. Which was 4g of rue and 8 g of mimosa bark, brewed with a half dozen drops of food grade phosphoric acid. I had used this several times always with a good effect. No barfing but evacuation on the lower end. I just powderized the resiny mimosa bark and the rue seeds then boiled them for a while with the phosphorylated water, and then decanted the liquid several times over several days, resulting in a clear pure tannic wine of sorts. I kept this in a wine bottle and served it in wine glasses.
I kept this in a wine bottle and served it in wine glasses.
One glass with 4g rue and 8g mimosa per serving. It went down pretty easy with only a little stomach discomfort but never barfing episodes for anyone. Although a trip to the hopper was appropriate soon on after the toasting. I only might do this early evening with a night off, no driving until morning, no responsibilities except to chill and enjoy the both intense and possibly hilarious experience. Some of my friends had somewhat too-awesome experiences briefly, but with no harm done apparently.
I drank my glass over about half an hour, then went to use the BR as a precautionary measure. my little trip to the BR was pretty unremarkable, except that when I got up to head back to the living room I entered the hallway and it had become a tunnel in an Aztec temple. Just like that! I reclined on the couch and experienced a few minutes of intense bliss, filled with emerald green lightning shooting through my body, mind, and all around him. I opened my eyes to see my friend sitting facing me, arms crossed tightly on his chest, with an intense look of concentration on his face. I asked him if he was AOK and the guy said, 'No, but I'm ok as long as I don't shut my eyes.'. my friend felt better shortly after that but said the wine might have been a little too strong for him. I hadn't quite finished my glass and he had also drank the rest of my glass.
One of my friends had a glass and had gotten sucked through the wall into a white room with praying-mantis type entities. That freaked him out, especially when they sizzled at him. But I never had anything like that happen to me. Although I talked to my cat, who gave me some really intense diagrams drawn in liquid mercury that looked a bit like pieces of a doily. The cat told me they were 'maps'.
I had a really good time and anyone I shared my wine with had at least an intense memorable experience, although qualitatively different from mine. None of them was upset in hindsight, although they may have expressed that they didn't really want to experience something that intense again.
The only mistake I made was when I added a half dozen YOPO seeds to my wine one time, and apparently that was too intense even for me. I barfed that time and then spent half an hour looking at my face in the mirror and laughing hysterically. I don't think those anandanthera seeds shold be mixed with the wine.
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