Citation: Haymaker. "Very Enjoyable: An Experience with MDPV (exp103499)". Erowid.org. Feb 24, 2017. erowid.org/exp/103499
I had received 300mg of MDPV from a friend in the Netherlands and, despite some warnings, decided to eye ball four 5mg doses, 2 each for myself and a friend.
T 00:00 - We consumed the first 5mg orally, using a gelcap. I had eaten a moderately large meal; my friend had an empty stomach.
T 00:30 - Listening to music, effects barely apparent. Slight tingling in the back of the neck. Decided to go and buy some weed.
T 01:00 - Effects marginally more pronounced; slight raise in mood and feeling talkative. Pleasant. We decided to insufflate an additional 7.5mg each.
T 01:15 - Effects much more pronounced; large raise in spirits, very talkative, energetic, slight euphoria.
T 02:00 - Smoked ~0.5g of weed in bongs. Feeling a bit high but no decrease in energy. Music is very enjoyable. Very enthusiastic about everything.
T 03:00 - Still feeling very good. Heart beat feels a bit weak, cause for concern? Worried us quite a lot. This may be part of the 'panic attack' side-effect that people talk about?
T 04:00 - Very awake, smoked another 1g of weed. Feeling very high but with huge amount of energy. Heart still not as strong as usual but beats well after any exercise. Feeling very content.
T 05:00 - Still very contented, effects much as before. Smoked another 0.5g of weed.
T 07:30 - Trying to sleep was very difficult. Slight anxiety about death but very content still. No paranoia.
T 08:00 - Asleep.
T 14:00 - Awake. Heart still slightly weaker than usual. Very energetic once awake. Possible placebo.
T 16:00 - No effects remain. 100% baseline.
In conclusion, it was very enjoyable, with the potential to be a very useful tool. I was slightly concerned regarding my heart, will have to look into that further. Due to the ease of use I believe there is a very real potential for addiction.
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