Citation: the wrong one. "Nearly Fatal but Great: An Experience with Heroin (exp67411)". Erowid.org. Aug 20, 2020. erowid.org/exp/67411
Before I ever tried heroin, I was familiar with some other hard drugs like coke and meth. But those are uppers. I wasnt to experienced with many downers except pot and alcohol. Never really messed with pain pills, most people that I did heroin with were surprised I never did any other opiets like oxys or tabs.
But anyways, I wanted to try it because a guy I know said it lasts for up to 8 hours and it really goes well with pot. Plus all I needed was 20$ for 2 or more doses. I was excited to get it and try it, it seemed to take forever to get it, but finally we did, and it was a tiny looking ball of tar. We got to the spot where we were gonna shoot it up and got prepared and whatnot. After they shot theirs up it was my turn. A buddy did the injecting for me. What I remember after that was feeling very hot and dizzy, so I stood up and walked around. Next thing I remember is waking up on the floor not knowing exactly where I was for a second but it all became clear very fast. I felt great. But my buddies I was with said my eyes rolled into the back of my head and I stared having what looked like a seizure. Scared the shit out of them. But I didn't feel a thing, and I was not scared or shooken up at all. I felt amazing, it was literally the best rush and high I ever felt. After that they told me I should not ever do it again and that they had never seen any one do that. But I could care less at that time. They even wouldn't let me do it with them. But the next time I did it was 2 weeks later with the same people. But no seizure that time.
Needless to say I got pretty addicted for several months then I went to in-patient rehab for it, and I have not touched it since. But for some reason I don't regret it and I could see myself trying it again in the distant future.
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