Citation: Steven. "Very Social and Mood-Uplifting: An Experience with 2-Aminoindan, Lidocaine & Methiopropamine (exp104878)". Erowid.org. Aug 27, 2016. erowid.org/exp/104878
I started by testing a bit of the mixture on my tongue and gums the day before to make sure I was not allergic to the mixture.
The next day I came home from college and decided to try out some of the mixture. I made a small 2-3 cm long line and I snorted it.
I felt like a had a bit more energy and my mood was uplifted from a tired state to a state of normal energy levels. I waited about 30 minutes before snorting another line about double the size of the first one. Now I felt it a lot more this time it hit me within minutes I felt a bit euphoric.
My heart rate went up and I had a lot of energy. The energy I had was good and it wasn't too edgy/jittery. My body felt massively stimulated but my brain seemed to take about another 10 minutes to feel as stimulated, kinda hard to explain. I felt very social and confident.
My friend was asking me via text over skype if I could help him decide on what PC to buy. I was reacting really quickly and writing long informative paragraphs that made lots of sense and really helped him decide. We talked via text for about half an hour just sharing videos and such. I went outside to buy a takeaway meal and I was very pro-social compared to my usual anxious, quiet self. I was having conversations with random people in the line, this is something I would never even think about doing normally.
The main part of the effects lasted 3 hours and the effects also seemed to affect me in strength like a cup of coffee for another 2-3 hours. Overall I had a great experience with what I would consider my first real stimulant minus caffeine and I would like to try it again sometime for something more productive though like going to the gym or finishing loads of work.
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