Citation: Brown. "Losing Reality: An Experience with LSD & Salvia divinorum (10X Extract) (exp61580)". Erowid.org. Jun 4, 2020. erowid.org/exp/61580
I started off the night by trying the salvia alone to make sure that my preparation worked right. After taking 2 hits, I immediately felt the changes all around me. The floorboards in my friends attic all separated into a void and I remember walking aimlessly around his house. After that, we had a night of heavy drinking at a friends apartment. My roommate and I decided to drop one hit each of some pretty strong gel tab acid after drinking more than ten beers so we could enjoy watching some DVDs I just purchased. After the acid started to kick in (about 45 min), I remembered I had some more salvia and decided to pack up a bowl. This time, we could not stop laughing but the trip was nothing crazy. About an hour after that, I was started to trip really hard off of the gels and decided to pack up one last hit of salvia for myself. Not realizing my roommate passed out already, I take a rip of the salvia...and that's when it all went wrong.
I began to panic and call out my roommates name but there was no answer. Of all the movies to have on put at the time, Akria was the one that we chose. I heard a voice say, 'Kill him, c'mon and kill him already' and as I looked at the screen I saw a character get shot in the head and fall out of the TV screen. Then, at the same time, I had this pulling sense of gravity and tunnel vision made up of couch and a piece of my friends face. I got up, turned off the TV and went into my room to lie down in my bed. All of a sudden, I was trapped inside a cage and thought I was a rat. Reality sudden hit me and I remembered I had smoked salvia and began to laugh uncontrollably. By far one of the most intense experiences I have ever had.
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