Midday Panic
Methamphetamine & Cannabis
by KaptainKetamine
Citation:   KaptainKetamine. "Midday Panic: An Experience with Methamphetamine & Cannabis (exp19596)". Erowid.org. Aug 10, 2018. erowid.org/exp/19596

 
DOSE:
  smoked Cannabis  
    smoked Methamphetamine (freebase)
      Pharms - Methylphenidate (daily)

BODY WEIGHT: 165 lb


This is the story of the first time that I did meth in a considerable quantity. Basically, the day started normally, my friends and I preparing for a massive cannabis session later that afternoon. One of my friends had brought a sizable vial of Methamphetamine freebase (actual meth 'oil'). He had been freebasing it for some time, and naturally, wanted us to try it.

I've wanted to try meth to see why it's so damn popular. I'm very experienced with drugs. I've done everything except for huffing (which is just retarded), daturas (which are just too dangerous), crack (self-explanitory why I'm avoiding these two) and heroin, when I mean everything, I also mean the eclectics like 2C-T-7, the major tryptamines (DMT, AMT, 5-MeO-DiPT, etc) and 2C-B. Now, I am not a fan of stimulants, I've been on prescription Ritalin for 13 years
I've been on prescription Ritalin for 13 years
, and I've grown to hate being tweaked, just because I'm always in a state of perpetual tweakiness. Anyways, back to the meth experience. Basically, I got an instant idea of what meth was like when I took a drag from a bazooka (cigarette dipped in meth freebase) that my friend had sold to another friend. It was very confusing at first, because it felt somewhat like Ritalin, only sharper. I know that I only had a baseline dose at that time, but the meth was strange just because it was so pronounced so quickly. Unlike Ritalin, it felt warmer (Ritalin has a very unpleasant cold feel), and somewhat more coherent (it's the only word that comes close to describing what I felt).

Later in the day, the big session started, we were smoking some nice joints (some were quickly dipped in the meth). At that point, me and two of my buddies freebased the meth freebase. The best description that I attribute to the meth rush is it felt like my brain was hooked up to a giant electric generator. At first, my eyesight got a bit distorted (occasionally happens with me when I'm on Ritalin), but it cleared eventually. I can't say that meth made me feel more aggressive, but it definately totally changed my thought pattern. I feel as though the meth made me more of a literal logic thinker (either that or I was so tweaked that I thought that I was logical).
I feel as though the meth made me more of a literal logic thinker (either that or I was so tweaked that I thought that I was logical).
I also felt as though everything that my friends were doing was taking too long, and wasn't efficient enough. I told them that we should run our sessions like 'An East-German train schedule'. Well, it was true, they were inefficient, and I didn't like that, because in my mind, I was running on a schedule (meth induced) that had to be followed. I knew how meth can make someone go berserk, so even in my very methed-out state, I tried to keep myself from becoming agitated, and I tried to keep calm. Eventually, I came down, but not after having numerous interesting thoughts, which seemed to be constructive in nature (I believe that I devised a plan to re-organize my possessions). Also, I never was in a state of delusion, like I was when I snorted coke, if anything, meth made me more morose. Thankfully, years of stimulants have given me somewhat of an idea of what to expect with stimulants, so I wasn't totally caught off guard with the overwhelming brain-twist that meth caused. I respect stimulants. Even so-called weak stimulants like Ritalin pack a punch. Sometimes, I think that stimulants are just *too* powerful for human usage!


Exp Year: 2002ExpID: 19596
Gender: Male 
Age at time of experience: Not Given 
Published: Aug 10, 2018Views: 1,099
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