Citation: frost. "A Dose of Tryptamine: An Experience with Acacia & Passion Flower (exp49846)". Erowid.org. Apr 21, 2021. erowid.org/exp/49846
It was 9:30 at night, me and a few of my friends had gone out earlier that day to buy some acacia gum incense, this is a herbal mix which consists of about 30 per-cent DMT. We were very happy with our purchase, and excited about DMT of course.
We packed monstrously sized cones of this stuff. My friends all smoked theres before I smoked mine. They all seemed to be enjoying it alot. It was my turn and I was excited. I inhaled all of the smoke, a rush went up the back of my body and pinned me to my chair. I was filled with rushing euphoria, everything in the room started shifting and patterning and I became tense and my hands were tingling and fuzzy, if I put them anywhere near each other I could feel the fuzz touching the fuzz from the other hand, it was very aesthetically pleasurable.
I would look at the floor and all the objects around me would start to dissipate, I heard a sawtooth buzzing in my ears and thought to myself 'holy shit I think I'm going into hyperspace', but the buzzing just stayed at one pitch and I did not reach hyperspace. I had an incredible feeling of silent noise filling the room, I would look at the carpet and create beautiful kaleidescopic patterns that never ended.
After a little while my friend turned the light out and I lied down on his bed and closed my eyes. A giant wavy grid started to come down on me, it made me feel very nice and I finally relaxed, it came down and down and didnt seem to stop as it was getting closer and closer to me. It eventually faded away and I was left smiling uncontrollably and giggling until all the effects wore off.
I find it hard to remember exactly what happened in those 10 or so minutes, thats as best as I can do.
[Reported Dose: "1 cone of acacia gum incense (a DMT smoking mix of acacia and passiflora)"]
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