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Tolerance, Hangover, After Effects
by Chronic Bob
Citation:   Chronic Bob. "Tolerance, Hangover, After Effects: An Experience with MDMA (exp83026)". Feb 20, 2019.

  oral MDMA (daily)
    smoked Cannabis (daily)
    smoked Tobacco - Cigarettes (daily)


Description of mindset & setting: Usually mind set of just wanting to be, or get high; taken in the same setting (small apartment) day after day consecutively in January of 2009.

Details of any preparations made for the experience: Usually taken with orange juice, and with plenty of water on hand. Around the same people.

Dosage & timing information: Initally was taking one to two pills per day of the same pill type for 20-30 days.

Notes on prescription or over-the-counter medications, herbs or supplements that were being taken at the time of the experience: No OTC medications or herbal supplements; cigarettes and marijuana however were consistantly present and used.

Something more than a description of how fucked up you were or what cool patterns you saw: Never saw patterns however visual distortions were noted. Tolerance and accute tolerance became a problem within the first five days and eventually ended up taking up to 7 pills in a night. Pills tested positive for MDMA. Ended up taking over 60 pills with in the 20-30 day span, never leaving the same apartment eating much if anything, and little to no sleep. The 'hangover' once all the pills were consumed lasted 3 days.

Months later, neon light patterns or dots are still noticable (possible brain dammage). All attempts to limit consumption or stop entirley failed, and dayly use became the 'norm'.

Exp Year: 2009ExpID: 83026
Gender: Male 
Age at time of experience: 20 
Published: Feb 20, 2019Views: 624
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