Citation: Indigo. "Terrible, Terrible Upper: An Experience with mcPP (exp75395)". Erowid.org. Sep 23, 2020. erowid.org/exp/75395
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Took two orange transformers thinking they were MDMA. Did a pill lookup and found that they were in fact mcPP.
9:45 AM: Took dose.
11:36: Mild effects have set in. General feeling of discomfort, much like an amphetamine high. Anxiety and itching. Some color distortion, not intense but noticeable. Started listening to Dark Side of the Moon and playing flash games. Am at home.
11:40 AM: Anxiety decreased. This stuff definitely comes in waves.
11:43 AM: Mild euphoria, general feeling of comfort. Feels much more similar to MDMA than an amphetamine at the moment. Time seems slower than usual.
11:51 AM: something of a comedown. I hadn't slept the night before writing this review, and was extremely tired before taking the dose. At the moment, I feel exhausted but unable to sleep.
12:03 PM: General unease mixed with mild euphoria - a strange combination. I can't decide whether or not I like this drug.
12:11 PM: I'm beginning to feel quite nauseous. I haven't eaten since about 4:00 AM. This doesn't feel good, and its only getting stronger.
12:42 PM: I've been lying on my bed for the past half hour, with my eyes closed, trying to get some rest. This experience is not a pleasant one, but it is manageable. I'm having some racing thoughts, very mild distorted vision, and a general amphetamine feel. I predict the worst and best are both yet to come. I'm quite nauseous (the nausea coming in waves) and barely managed to chew down half a ritz cracker. I'm more or less trying to 'get through' this, which is easy enough but not pleasant. I've had some brief closed eye visuals. Nothing too intense, but noticeable - mostly rotating patterns and the like.
1:18 PM: The effects have more or less stabilized. General unease, I can't sit still comfortably but I really hate moving. Any upbeat music is far too overwhelming. I can keep liquids down, haven't tried to eat but I doubt I'd be able to. I really don't like this, but it could be worse.
2:11 PM: Largely the same as previous entry. Nausea is more intense, but I doubt I'll vomit.
2:16 PM: Effects are gaining intensity. I feel a new wave coming on. I'm clenching my teeth uncontrollably. Feels very much like an amphetamine, but slower. This is very uncomfortable.
2:23 PM: I'm sure the experience isn't done, but this is my last entry. The trip was mildly euphoric at times, but mostly just annoying and stressful and nauseating. I would never do this again.
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