Citation: lflips. "My Heart Is Full: An Experience with 5-MeO-DALT (exp91777)". Erowid.org. Jun 30, 2016. erowid.org/exp/91777
Amazing experience! Went to a club, to see a really good techno DJ (Ritchie Hawtin for those interested). Got gifted some of this Fluffy sparkly goodness to try out.
11:45pm - Totally sober, baseline. Took 2 small key bumps, felt good. Not necessarily noticeable some CEV but mellow. The music sounded very amazing and psychedelic. I wanted to be close to the speakers and really feel the bass.
12:45am - Another 2 smalls bumps and feeling so good. Heart opener incredible body high but not overwhelming or with a “fake” feeling like MDMA. I’m tired and my muscles a bit achy but I’m feeling the pain and feeling good. Danced a lot but very present on my feet feeling and moving, loving every moment of it. Very hot in the club, staying hydrated but don’t feel the urge to drink more water than the usual. Mouth isn’t dry, feeling absolutely comfortable even though is very very hot here. No noticeable physical side effects of any kind.
3am – End of show and music, being social with friends, sharing smiles. Feels a lot like a lighter dose of Mescaline. Very present and functional. Some mild OEV on my drive home on the bay bridge, especially some dull white lights turning colored (I was riding btw). Very manageable high. I can do whatever I need to do! And it all feels awesome.
4am – currently writing this review (even typing feels awesome!) and listening to good mellow chill out music. Hungry. But exhausted and lazy.
5:10am – Ate some good light vegetarian food. mostly exhausted but feeling blissed. Watching sunrise from my balcony. Baseline again. Bed soon, hopefully falling asleep will not be an issue.
6:30 – watched an amazing sunrise, very tired going to try to sleep… 5mg Diazepam should put me down.
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