Citation: jimi92. "Velcro Molecules and the Neverending Laughter: An Experience with Salvia divinorum (40x extract) (exp72349)". Erowid.org. Jan 16, 2020. erowid.org/exp/72349
My name is J, and I’m 20yrs old. The first time I smoked salvia I was at my cousin A’s house with his friend R. It was pretty random, I didn’t even really plan on doing it until A told me about it that night. We had been trying out a bunch of legal drugs for a while, but this was by far the BEST. I wasn’t on anything else that night because A had told me not to the first time, and he had 40X extract (which is pretty intense). Not really knowing what to expect besides the fact he told me I should sit down, we three sat in a semi-circle in front of the TV, and I was to be the first one to try it. I took as big of a hit as I could, which cleared the small piece he had, held it in for as long as possible, exhaled, and then the fun began.
It literally started about 2 seconds after I exhaled, which is when I felt this force just pulling me back deep into my chair, and when I tried to get up it seriously pulled me back into the chair! “Weeeeird,” I thought, but this was when it REALLY started, for I started feeling like an orgasm all over my body and started laughing uncontrollably, almost to the point of crying, for no reason!
I started feeling like an orgasm all over my body and started laughing uncontrollably, almost to the point of crying, for no reason!
But then I finally looked up and around the room, and when I did it was like everything in the room had been pushed totally into the walls, like 2D, even my cousin and his friend! This made everything funnier, especially when my cousin goes “dude, are you really messed up? Or are you messin with me?!”
I continued looking at the walls, and along with being pushed back everything started turning into little, light blue, 2D ovals about the size of eggs and started moving straight up and down all the way up the ceiling and down across the floor (like watching a tidal wave of ovals coming at me). This was even funnier for some reason, perhaps because at this point I realized this was just a trip, and for some reason I started looking at it as a cartoon.
These thoughts were in-turn put into visions, for through the tidal wave came the faces of my cousin and R, sort of like Porky Pig when he says “That’s all, folks!” through the red concentric circles, only they were smiling soooo big and distorted I could only keep laughing. This in turn made them crack up, which made me laugh even MORE, and this is when things got really strange.
After everything turning into blue molecules and the addition of my cousin and his friend’s heads, I started hearing them saying things that they weren’t! For instance, my cousin was clearly mouthing to me “Dude what’s going on?” but for me it came out as these hilarious things about my other cousin, but nonsense things! Like “Dude he drove home a truckload of bananas!” or “Yeah he fished the owl out of the bearded dog’s television!” I know it doesn’t seem that funny (or maybe it does?) but it really was like watching a couple of stand-up comedians, the funniest ones you’ve ever seen, EVER. I don’t know how long this lasted, but that’s when I finally started coming back, because I had closed my eyes because I was laughing so hard and when I opened them the molecules were gone and everything was back to it’s normal place.
After I was back for good, about a total of 20 minutes (I think?), I felt a little like I had smoked pot for about a good two hours, but by then had actually done that, so I’m not sure how long after I felt this way. The time after that, though, the high feeling lasted for about two hours afterwords.
All in all, I have NO bad things to say about salvia at all. It was intense, I saw things but was still there in the room, it felt amazing, and I never laughed that hard in my whole life.
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