Citation: matada1125. "May Be My Favorite Drug Yet: An Experience with Methoxetamine (exp94823)". Erowid.org. Apr 5, 2016. erowid.org/exp/94823
T +0:0 - Insufflated 50-100mg (Whoops! buy a scale people!)
T +0:05 - runny nose starts, turn my library onto shuffle, and relax.
T +0:10 - feeling it come on, metallic taste in mouth, feel disorentiated, spelling seems to get worse. Burn in nose is gone, Feel things slowing down.
T +0:20 am I even controlling myself? This feels really weird. Playing Minecraft, talking with other gaymers. Almost feel drunk, but really clear headed.
T +0:30 At peace for the first time in a long long time. Can definitely feel an altered perception, but I'm enjoying this. no CEV or OEV (open eye visuals).
T +0:40 a little nausea, but probably due to munching the last few hours, feel like someone else is controlling me. First time in a LONG LONG time where I can think one thought at a time, not fifty. No desire to redose yet. Runny nose is gone, however starting to sneeze quite often. Metallic taste is still there. Still powder in nose apparently.
T +1:10 - Time has slowed WAY down. 17 minutes has felt like hours.
T +1:30 - lay down, feeling really sick. Enjoying being able to stop thinking for a little while, sleep (I think) for about an hour.
T +3:30 - Coming down, mind still clear, still feeling a little sick.
T +6:30 - still feeling sick, however back to baseline. Will be trying to get some sleep in a few minutes.
All in all, a very fun and eye opening trip. I will try again with a smaller dose (was probably closer to 100mg when I was aiming for 30-40mg). Other than nausea it was possibly the best thing I've tried yet. While still new to most drugs (started smoking pot at 19, just started messing with other drug in the last few months). I'll continue to experiment with different drugs, and seeing which is my favorite. if I dose correctly to avoid the nausea, MXE may become my favorite drug yet.
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