Citation: Ewok. "Pleasurable With Very Few Drawbacks: An Experience with Cocaine & Kratom (exp115332)". Erowid.org. Apr 17, 2021. erowid.org/exp/115332
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Cocaine and Kratom for the Elite
Back in college I experimented with many drugs and their combinations. One combination that I found to be particularly pleasurable with very few drawbacks was cocaine and Kratom. I experienced the warm, euphoric feeling from Kratom, with the alert and social feelings of cocaine.
One particular night, my best friend and I had forgot to buy liquor before the store closed. Being aggressive alcoholics, we freaked out and gathered all the drugs and alcohol at our disposal at the moment. What we thought was an unfortunate bounty turned out to be an amazing night. We had slightly less than 1g of 7/10 cocaine and about an ounce of red Bali Kratom.
We each started the night at 10pm with a gator tail and 5g’s Kratom each. As we sat there watching tv, my face grew numb and my body started to tingle. I looked over and my friend was going through the same thing. Around 45 minutes in, waves of pleasurable tingling sensations started rolling across my body, starting from the feet, up the legs and back, and settling on my head. We both did another line and another 5g of Kratom so that we wouldn’t lose this amazing feeling. It was very euphoric, almost like I was on MDMA, but I felt like my head space was completely normal. I was fully confident I could talk to my parents, the cops, potential employers, anyone with no issue. This went on for hours with the doses getting sequentially smaller until around 6 am I fell asleep on the couch. I woke up the next morning feeling pretty normal, almost as if I had completely avoided the cocaine blues. The only negative effect I noticed during this experience was some slight nausea.
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