Citation: Anonymous. "Mind Control Drug: An Experience with Olanzapine (exp30565)". Erowid.org. Oct 10, 2020. erowid.org/exp/30565
I was prescribed to Zyprexa in 2003 and one day I decided to experiment with it. I took three of the regular pills and snorted two of them. I started to feel jittery and uncomfortable after fifteen minutes. I kept waiting for the buzz to kick in but I never got a visual or body buzz.
I kept waiting for the buzz to kick in but I never got a visual or body buzz.
After about a half an hour I was pretty much just 'wigged out'. My friends were trying to talk to me and ask me what was wrong but all I did was mutter things over and over again and yell at them occasionally. I remember that I couldn't stop rocking back and forth and I wanted to talk to my friends but I was just too scared and extremely uncomfortable. Imagine the opposite of Xanax times 5.
It lasted for about four and a half hours then I calmed down a bit. It effects almost all of my brain and feels a lot like mind control. I drank on it once and the next day I was so hot my skin was red. I also used marijuana on it and was so tired I couldn't hold my head up. My point is that this is a hard drug even though it doesn't get me high. Experimentation only caused me discomfort.
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