Citation: Mr.. "Euphoria: An Experience with Heroin (Black Tar) (exp41148)". Erowid.org. Aug 19, 2020. erowid.org/exp/41148
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When I was 18-19 years old, I met some older guys who were into selling all sorts of drugs: mushrooms, cocaine, marijuana, e-tabs (ecstacy), ketamine, pharms, hashish, basically anything that there was a market for on the street. By the time I met these guys I had tried almost every drug I could get my hands on except heroin, which they also had.
It took me a few months to decide to buy any of this black tar heroin which was black, gooey obviously like tar. It looked a lot like black hash I've bought except it had a wierd smell almost like vinegar (I think that smell has something to do with the cut) anyway I bought two grams, $50 each. At first I tried smoking the H like hash by putting it on top of a nice chron bowl which gave me a small opiate high for a bout 15 minutes and then it was gone. I went throught the first gram with this method. By the time I got to the second gram I was over it. I took a break for a few days and then I tried the 'chase the dragon' method were you simply get a piece of aluminum foil and put about a .1 gram (or less) ball of H on it. Then I held the lighter underneath the foil and the H started to bubble and I sucked up all the smoke with a straw. The H started to run a little and I had to chase it but this got me F*CKED UP. This method made me feel so euphoric. At the highest point I had no choice but to puke, but when it was over I was in total bliss. This high last about 6-8 hours. I am guessing this was some really good H. It took a long time finish off that last gram but man that stuff was amazing.
Overall Black Tar Heroin made me feel like I took too much morphine pills or almost like fentanyl pops/patches- definitely a great experience. Peace out, be safe.
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