Citation: E-venturer. "Blacked Out and Hit My Head: An Experience with Mushrooms & Cannabis (exp31587)". Erowid.org. Jun 17, 2019. erowid.org/exp/31587
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Last thursday I got out of school and decided to day trip that day. I went home and made a bowl of pasta. I picked out an eyed out 5 grams of the best looking whole mushrooms I had. The trip went well and kicked in just as I was playing dice at a friends house. After winning 30 dollars I was tripping kind of hard and decided to go home. The trip continued and I started to hit the comedown.
I had eaten the mushrooms at around 4:10-4:20 and it was now around 10. I went to a friends house and smoked 2 bowls of bud at this point and then went home at about 11:10. When I got home my sisters boyfriend was waiting for her to get off work and he was slightly shrooming. After hanging out for around half an hour and smoking another bowl I started to space out completely for brief periods of time. The spacing out went away and was replaced by an even stronger feeling. Then all I remember is losing track of everything around me and waking up on the floor with my sisters boyfriend looking down at me. I asked what had happend and he was shocked. I had apparently blacked out fell of the bed, and hit my head against the wall. I was also having mild muscle spasms I can compare to a seizure. I went into my room and layed down for about 10 minutes before going to the bathroom. While exiting I blacked out again and woke up on the floor. Made it back to my bed and layed down.
I continued to stay concious till 2:00 am fighting off 1 blackout. This had happened 1 time before about a half year ago after eating around 7g.
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