Citation: Lumberjack. "I Feel Like a Clock: An Experience with Salvia divinorum (exp76130)". Erowid.org. Oct 16, 2017. erowid.org/exp/76130
I have heard several stories from friends about their experiences with Salvia, but I have had trouble feeling the full effects of the drug. Being a really tall, and skinny person, I found it tough to often hold in large hits of rough smoke like Salvia, for long periods of time.
One day at my friend’s house, another friend just showed up, with 3 grams of Salvia so we decided to put a large layer of Salvia over the weed we had in the bowl of our bong. I took the first hit, coughing instantly, but I went for another bowl, being able to hold it in for a much longer period of time I lied back on his couch and begun to feel something…
My two friends gathered around me asking me “Yo, are you tripping?” my first response was “I feel like a clock”, without even remembering why I mentioned that. Literally milliseconds after saying that, my whole body felt like it was centered around a clock-like objects movement. It felt like an old, small clock was inside me, every second it would tick, shifting waves and motion throughout my body, allowing me to make a simple movement.
I also experienced mild closed eyed visuals, every time I’d close my eyes, I could see a 3D diagram of the room I was in, but only simple outlines of objects like the couch, desk and TV. At that time I was wondering if I was actually experiencing those visuals, or if it was all in my head and I was just imagining or trying to hard to gain a vivid visual experience on the drug.
Although I only remember mentioning the fact that “I felt like a clock” once, my friends said that I kept staying that statement over, and over again every time they’d look at me.
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