Citation: Pnoygangsta. "Anxiety Gives Way To Pleasant Night: An Experience with Cannabis & Alcohol (Hard) (exp74865)". Erowid.org. Jan 1, 2018. erowid.org/exp/74865
Before trying weed I had experimented with inhalants but after an extremely bad trip had stopped, anyway I'm 15 and had been hanging out with a filipino gang since I was 11,and marijuana plays a huge part in the whole filipino street culture. It is extremely cheap there, what you can get for 10 bucks in America you can get for 4 where my friends grew up.
So I've always been eager to smoke weed so one night at a party we were all sitting around drinking, I had drank about 4or 5 shots of tequila, then my friend got up with some other guy I didn't know and called me over, we left the club and went outside. He pulled out about 4 grams of weed and a small rasta pipe.
He packs the bowl and we pass it around, I take about 5 to 6 hits and inhaled it right as I've told how to inhale cannabis properly already, the weed was midgrade but tasted very nice.
We go back into the club and I feel no obvious effects, only the alcohol, then slowly in about 15 minutes in creeps in.
First I am hit with anxiety and am not feeling good, my heart is beating like crazy and I can hear it even through the blaring music. I am mainly fearing a bad trip like what I had with inhalants so I get up and and walk around feeling scared.
I drink some more alcohol, hoping it balances out the weed I smoked. I manage to calm myself down and feel comfortable sitting down, soon I feel great, prickly feelings in my head and deeping of my thought.
Soon a very peaceful filipino rap song plays called buhay ng gangsta, I love the melody and fall deep into the music, bonding with it. I close my eyes and see 3 blue lines peacefully moving slowly to the right.
When i get home and sleep I wake up, feeling happy and clearheaded for the entire next day. My first experience with marijuana was scary at first, but I controlled my high and enjoyed it very much.
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