Citation: Bobdangle. "Good Time: An Experience with Nutmeg & Amphetamines (Adderall) (exp70888)". Erowid.org. Mar 14, 2023. erowid.org/exp/70888
So this one night, I was browsing the internet when I came upon a story about nutmeg. I thought it was a joke, so I decided to test it for myself. It turns out it wasn't a joke.
I took two teaspoons around midnight, along with a couple adderall to keep me awake. After a couple hours playing some computer games, I started hearing stuff. At first, I thought someone had music on in my house, but then I remembered I was the only one awake. I made sure it wasn't my own music (I was a bit confused,) and for a few minutes the music kept going. I remember what song it was - 'All Star' by Smashmouth - and I noticed the song wasn't changing. And that I knew every word of it, because the only parts that were playing were the parts I knew. At this point, I became semi-aware that it was all in my head.
After 'listening' to the song a couple more times, I realized I could play other songs in my head. It was like having my iPod in my head. This was one of the weirdest sensations ever. Its easy to think of a song, kind of go through it in my head, but I was actually hearing it. Very strange, but highly enjoyable.
When I finally started to get tired, I laid in bed and looked around my room. Everything was kind of wavy, and I just stared until everything was moving. I could almost control what I was seeing. At some point during these visuals, I fell asleep. It's hard to say when. I'd guess it was around 10 in the morning that I finally fell asleep, but I don't remember entirely.
Then the downside of nutmeg. For the next day or two, I was extremely confused about almost everything. Luckily, it was summer, so I didn't have school, and I had taken some time off of work, so the confusion didn't hinder me too much. I had to really think about how to turn on the tv and use the microwave though.
All in all, nutmeg is fun.
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