Citation: Wasper. "A Mistake With No Consequences: An Experience with 2C-B-Fly & Cannabis (exp115361)". Erowid.org. Apr 16, 2021. erowid.org/exp/115361
I had some prior experience with Mushrooms, MDMA and weed, though never any combinations of each. I ordered some 20 mg of 2-CB-FLY and took just 10 the day after receiving it. I had to do some walking around town, so I figured it'd be fun to make the experience somewhat more interesting...
The very first thing I noticed as I walked out was how unusually cold I felt in that weather. The lighting was more cold and vibrant than it probably was, too. On the transport, I had very mild CEVs and a slight mood enhancement. I was fully intact as a functional member of the society, and was fulfilling my role as such not a iota worse than I usually do. My interactions with people had a slightly better flow, if anything.
Once I came home though, I decided to play some videogames with my friends on voice chat and smoke some weed, without thinking much of it. The effects were probably so weak I'd already forgotten I took anything that morning.
I put some weed in the cigarette, and immediately felt something being off after smoking it - I felt extremely sedated and very slow; but again, I did not think much of it. I then decided to close the window, as it was dark and getting too cold - and that's where that stuff hit me like a truck...
In the process of closing it I felt an extreme detachment from my body, it felt as if the actions my body was doing were done prior to me even having had the urge to do them in my head. That manifested itself most notably when I was talking with someone - all of my actions were already being done before even thinking about them, and that included anything I would say. So, I would say something, and only a moment after pronouncing the words, I would think about actually saying those things I just said! That would make me really freak out, and made communicating with my friends almost impossible.
I would now like to say that I am extremely glad that I took this substance in particular, as my core self, the observer, the consciousness, or however you call it, was largely intact unlike any other psychedelic I've tried before
my core self, the observer, the consciousness, or however you call it, was largely intact unlike any other psychedelic I've tried before
. That prevented me from having a truly awful experience.
I had no delusions that this would last for an eternity, I was not afraid that someone was doing this to me or was out to get me, or that I was going to die or would be better off dying than living through this. I was aware of the situation, and the thinker in my head had an acutely sober understanding of what was happening.
During the peak, I would see endless spirals of mirrors of my action going down deeper and deeper with each second, for about 30 seconds, after which I would just snap out of it. For example, I could do something as simple as bite my lip, and see that action kind of from a 3rd person perspective going down endlessly, which was very uncomfortable, and then remind myself that this was just temporary and go back to normal. I would see people and some dirt-green colored geometry that sat on the first layer of my visual perception. It would pulsate and be more clear with each wave that hit me.
After closing my eyes, I would see vivid visuals that responded extremely well to any fluctuations in the songs, showing me the most extreme synesthesia one could think of. From what I remember, I saw videogame-y mazes with characters going around them, and they would react to the music I was listening to, changing the colors and contents of the mazes, though that was some of the weakest and thus memorable stuff that I saw.
The effects lasted for 40-50 minutes, after which they ended abruptly. I then slept like a baby, mood-wise returning to the baseline the next day and having some mild distortions in my visual perception...
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