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Itch Explosion
Citation:   Deeeen. "Itch Explosion: An Experience with DXM (exp68820)". Erowid.org. Feb 3, 2008. erowid.org/exp/68820

360 mg oral DXM (capsule)
So I just woke up after a rough night of robotripping. About an hour and a half after I had taken 24 gel caps (each with 15 mg dxm) I started to notice a general slowing of my sensory response. I put on some joy division and then a little justice and the steady beat of the music worked perfectly with my high and I could not stop dancing.

As the trip progressed, I started to lose touch with my physical being. I went upstairs and lay in bed and all of a sudden (this is maybe +2 hours after I had ingested the gelcaps, so it would be +1 for other methods of DXM administration) my scalp started to itch. This spread across my entire torso and the next twenty minutes were, physically, the most excruciatingly uncomfortable thing I have ever experienced on a drug. I tried rubbing some benadryl on my shoulders but the itching wouldn't stop. I finally had to suck it up and ignore the itching, even though it was brutal and unrelenting, as any time I brushed any part of my skin it would flare up in pain.

Other than the itching BS, I had fun but I don't really remember much besides some awesome CEV's and this shitty weird hangover I have right now. I would NEVER do this again, but I guess I had to get it out of my system.

Exp Year: 2007ExpID: 68820
Gender: Male 
Age at time of experience: Not Given
Published: Feb 3, 2008Views: 8,881
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