Citation: Dr_Krieger. "Unmistakably There, but It Isn't Distracting: An Experience with Morphine (exp110575)". Erowid.org. Aug 2, 2018. erowid.org/exp/110575
Previous experience includes many other opiates in low to moderate doses. Perhaps the more dissapointing ones were tramadol and fentanyl, whereas classic morphine, not the best drug possible but does tick all the boxes.
I do seem to notice a higher tolerance development from morphine compared to say equivalent doses of codeine.
Morphine was made to 10mg/ml solution and 7-14mg used by injecting around 1cm deep into fatty tissue at a 45 degree angle.
T 0:00 - Administering usuall slightly over 10mg into SC tissue. Often I take 30mg of codeine to smoothe out the experience. Morphine tends to be cleared rapidly and leave me agitated. This is to slow that transition, morphine will kick in first.
T 0:05 - just intense itching of the area.
T 0:14 - Starting to feel that something is strange. It's hard to describe but the anxiolytic effects are starting and I feel normal and happy.
T 0:20 - Warmth and euphoria begin. I feel like talking and being around other people, which is a rare but a very satisfying feeling. I feel safe and can easily concentrate on my work.
T 1:10 - I am relaxed maybe sleepy. I imagine this is where one could nod. I have never tried that. The drug is unmistakably there, but it isn't distracting.
T 3:00 - Not much changes, just the feeling wears off. Sometimes I feel angry at things and myself, nothing seems good enough. It is not difficult to ignore that and stay motivated. Sometimes I feel relaxed.
A very clean but perhaps too rapid experience. IV would be even faster I have no doubt. The doses are not large and not overwhelming. I can't say if I prefer this or oral use.
I can't say if I prefer this or oral use.
Very little nausea.
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