Citation: Matt the Spider. "Craving Killer, Stunned: An Experience with Lagochilus inebrians (exp66102)". Erowid.org. Mar 7, 2018. erowid.org/exp/66102
I am not big on 'herbal highs.' Wasted plenty of cash trying to find something to quelch my marijuana habit, tried sun opener, dagga, etc...mostly to no avail. Pot is just great stuff.
I ingested (orally) 30mg of lagochiline. The onset of effects took about 15 minutes, I was totally baseline, not having smoked pot for at least a week before, and otherwise clear-headed. I am stunned - STRONG buzz with similarities to benzodiazepines (I hate XANAX, Clonepin, etc.) but much, much more euphoric. There were very mild kaleidiscopic effects, but absolutely no hint of fear or danger behind this, no 'tripping'. Utter relaxation except my girlfriend kept talking to me and I wanted to enter an introverted state and just bug out. Warm blanket body high. Like with pot, I could watch paint dry and be perfectly happy. AND IT KILLED MY DESIRE TO SMOKE POT. I still smoked the next day, but who cares? I've now got a reasonable alternative that works great.
Look, I am a skeptical drug user. Most stuff on the internet is absolutely bogus (yes, Kratom works, salvia works, but they are often unpleasant). This stuff is FUN. One might actually use it to get high and not just f-ed up. One can buy it in purified form from two sources on the internet (maybe more). If you want something to supplement regular pot use, or even augment it with an alternative, this is the stuff. In my heart I can feel the DEA already concocting reasons to outlaw lagochiline and the plant it is derived from. It's a great experience.
(I've also tried the tea, but will stick with the pure stuff).
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