Citation: OldTrips. "Supposed to be Acid - Dangerous with Alcohol: An Experience with DO* (Sold as LSD, suspected DOB) & Alcohol (exp87388)". Erowid.org. Sep 29, 2010. erowid.org/exp/87388
I was sold 6 hits of what was supposed to be LSD (white on white blotter). I went home and started drinking with some friends, and after about 7 drinks I decided I wanted to take the acid I bought. As a note, I am a VERY experienced tripper, having tripped on many RC's, LSD, Mushrooms, and Mescaline. I have also done LSD many times while drinking, and each time has been enjoyable. This time would be different.
12:00am - I dropped all 6 hits of the blotter.
1:00am - The alcohol seemed to be getting stronger (I have a high tolerance, and I had stopped drinking by midnight. This was the first sign that something wasn't right)
2:00am - I completely blacked out
8:00am - I came to experiencing intense visuals, a body load similar to, but stronger than 2c-x drugs
12:00pm - I was still peaking, the visuals were oddly colorful. They seemed to be part of another dimension, and did not directly interact with the real world.
4:00pm - I had come down enough to function, but there were weak visuals and a strong speedy sensation
10:00pm - Visuals were still present, the body load became miserable. Sleep was impossible.
12:00am - I couldn't believe it was still going.
1:00am - I took a few Ativan, and finally was able to get to sleep. I had strange dreams throughout the night, and woke up early.
The trip was entirely not fun, and lasted over 24 hours. I later learned from my friends that from 2:00am until I came to, I had become violent and agitated. This came as a surprise to me, since at first I thought I took Acid. After reading PiHKAL (and various reports on Erowid), I determined the substance in question was a DOx - more than likely DOB. This trip destroyed my love of psychedelic chemicals, and I can't help but wonder what could motivate someone to pass off a chemical like DOB as LSD.
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