Citation: CallMeGhost. "The Body High Was Terrible: An Experience with Allylescaline (exp107839)". Erowid.org. Nov 18, 2016. erowid.org/exp/107839
Allylescaline Trial 1
I tried allylescaline for the first time with a full stomach, and alcohol being the last thing I drank. The body high of this following report was terrible, and I spent much of the time in the bathroom.
9pm drank a Pacifico beer and left work.
Around 930 I took 20 mg of allylescaline and then got my dog ready to go on a walk. After the short walk I went back inside and took another 10 mg and took a shower. After that I went to my room to begin my trip, and roll a blunt.
After smoking the blunt I noticed I didn't feel much of the weed buzz, but a definite other kind of build up. I lay down and turned off the lights waiting for the CEV to build up, and nothing happened... I got discouraged at +2 hours, when in the dark, I could see nothing happening. I turned on my light because my stomach was starting to feel terrible, and so I wanted to see my way to the bathroom... The floor was covered in a pink and green fog, and the pattern on the tile was raised by about 6 inches and bright streaks started running all over the floor.
I went into the bathroom and while I was there just stared at the floor for a while. The pink and greens were like clouds of smoke forming weird circular flowers and plants and everything was really blurry. When I looked at the walls I could see the same thing reflecting the floor, but dimmer and more blurry. When I made it back to my room I just stared at the pink and green clouds and surfaces of the floor and bookshelves which seemed to be waving, like in a breeze.
The whole experience lasted about 12 hours and seemed to peak at +4, and by +7/8 the colors were normal but everything I looked at looked like it was gently swaying in a breeze.
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