Citation: IlIlIll. "Experiments With Application: An Experience with Diphenidine (exp115549)". Erowid.org. Jul 7, 2021. erowid.org/exp/115549
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Going into the experiment I brough a wealth of psychadelic experience and perhaps too much experience with DXM. I had previously had access to pure DXM powder and consumed said substance on a pretty regular basis. Unable to find more I began my research into the available NMDA antagonists on the market and came accross Diphenidine.
Dosed 100mg via oral gel cap and decided to lay down whilst awaiting the effects. Ended up dozing off for about 2-3 hours. I was awakened by the stimulation of the substance but otherwise felt mostly sober with some mild dissociation and loss of coordination. I did notice a buzzing sensation.
I did have dinner before setting out on this experience and this may have drawn out absorption enough to diminish the effects.
Decided to try insuflating some to boost the dissociation. I separated 50mg into two separate lines and snorted one. Mildly uncomfortable on the sinuses initially and went to have a smoke. At this point it's about 3am and the limited lighting of the outdoors appears to have a stark contrast between light and dark, almost monochromatic. I lost some time and noticed that the smoke seemed to go by rather rapidly. Came inside and blew my nose a few times before sitting down.
At this point I kind of froze in thoughtlessness. My body simultaneously felt enormous and very tiny. As if my perception filled the room through a tiny pin prick. I had the thought that my body felt like 100 pounds which although not far from the truth mostly was an awareness that I could feel the full weight of my body. After this I started a movie as the effects wore off. Rather short lived altogether. Quite different from DXM.
The next day I had pretty serious sinus headache and congestion. No side effects to report other than those associated with insuflation. Won't be doing that again.
Weighed out two gel caps of about 100mg each. I took the first and awaited the effects. I had eaten less than the previous night in hopes that things would come on quicker. As I waited patiently I went about doing some artwork and playing guitar. As things progressed I did begin to feel a sense of calm and relaxation settling over me.
At about the 2 hour mark I decided I was feeling all that I was going to and decided to take the second capsule.
It's hard for me to recall the progression afterwards until the point when I reach my peak. I thought I was dead and having moved on to the after life time was endless. I took my time as I went about the house having forgotten any and all urgency. I quite enjoyed this aspect of ease and it came as a relief to know that I no longer had to worry about things. That I might do as I please taking all the time I feel I need.
After smoking a cigarette I put on some very zen music to enjoy and that I did.
Later in the evening I found myself mourning the loss of my grandfather (2 years prior). I struggled to remember his face or the last time that I saw him in person. The thought brought me to tears.
When the time came I lay down to sleep and was disappointed to awaken to having slept through most of the day. With DXM I'm able to enjoy a night's trip and awaken with little or no sleep and continue about my day energized. If anything I would expect Diphenidine to be far less energizing and therefore less productive as I have used DXM as a means of encouraging my creativity and productivity. Hoping to find a productive means with which to apply this substance.
Dosed 1 capsule at 150mg. Effects seemed minimal and went to bed after 2-3 hours. Awoke about 3 hours later feeling moderately dissociated and began my day energized. This compound may prove useful yet.
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