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Euphoria After Nausea and Anxiety
25C-NBOMe
by WhiteFern
Citation:   WhiteFern. "Euphoria After Nausea and Anxiety: An Experience with 25C-NBOMe (exp104049)". Erowid.org. Jan 25, 2016. erowid.org/exp/104049

 
DOSE:
1 hit   25C-NBOMe (blotter / tab)

BODY WEIGHT: 125 lb


A Great New Experience

This was my first time ever experiencing 25C. I was a little nervous at first, but I was able to put myself in a good state of mind in preparation for the trip. My friend C picked up my boyfriend and me from his house; she was going to be our “baby sitter” for the night. C took us to our friend D’s house where we would initially drop our tabs.

It was around 8 PM when I took my tab. A few minutes after I took the tab, my friend C decided we should go out to our friend A’s house to hang out in her room. Just a place we could chill for a while without being bothered. As I got into her car, I felt the 25C begin to set in (8:30 PM). I was surprised how quickly it set in for me, and I began to wonder if it was placebo or not. When it set in, it was an uncomfortable feeling. It was an overwhelming feeling of anxiety and disorientation. I was totally in my own world and had a little trouble focusing and communicating with my friends. My first instinct was to get into the back seat and cuddle with my boyfriend for a sense of comfort, which seemed to help a little.

When we arrived at our friend A’s house, everything was sort of a blur. I wasn’t talking too much because I was just going with the flow of everything, and it was really hard to focus on anything. As I sat down in A’s room, I began to feel nauseous. I started to think this wasn’t going to be a good trip at all, and I was embarrassed because I actually felt like I was going to throw up. Yet, I was able to control myself and did some quiet meditation to bring myself back to a calm, happy state of mind.

Once I was able to feel in control again, I would focus on the visuals I was starting to have (9 PM). Everything would pulse and “breathe”. It was very pleasant, but I was still having trouble socializing.
Everything would pulse and “breathe”. It was very pleasant, but I was still having trouble socializing.
Every time I would try to talk, I would begin laughing or I would slur my words; so for a while I just listened to my friends talk and tell stories. As the visuals got a bit stronger, my friend’s faces began to warp and look funny and strange rainbow colored patterns appeared. D decided to treat my boyfriend and I to a light show and all I could do was laugh the whole time. After that, I began to draw but I couldn’t focus enough to actually get anything decent on paper, so I just drew trees with mangled branches that went on and on forever. It was just something to do.

A decided it was time to leave her house and go get something to eat (10 PM). This was around the time I felt the trip was most pleasant for me. It was very euphoric and the visuals were great, and I could actually have conversations with people. I would spend my time looking at pictures and enjoy the visual effects of the 25C. As C, D, and A ordered their food, I noticed that I had absolutely no appetite.

For a while we drove around and nothing really eventful happened. C dropped my boyfriend and I off at his house around 11:30- 12. That’s when it wore off.

In a quick summary the come up sucked due to the nausea and uncomfortable anxiety, but after that it was complete euphoria and awesome visuals.

Exp Year: 2014ExpID: 104049
Gender: Female 
Age at time of experience: 16 
Published: Jan 25, 2016Views: 1,572
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