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The Testing Is Over
by Anastus
Citation:   Anastus. "The Testing Is Over: An Experience with Bromo-Dragonlfy (exp96814)". Oct 8, 2017.

  oral Bromo-Dragonfly


Last winter I wrote a story about this substance with a serious combination with it. This is more of an retrospective story about somewhat continued usage of this RC, which I've done alot in the last seven months.

In recent times I've taken Bromo-Dragonfly a bit over two dozen times, with various combinations, and I feel it's in a way my duty to tell how it's gone.

In general, it's really not much of anything by itself. I've taken doses from 500 micrograms up to 2000 micrograms, and the only problem that ever occurred to me was a slight increase in bruximia after really large doses, and even that luckily passed after a few weeks. And I'm talking about the actual good, european stuff, and I know 2000 micrograms is for some, a hideous amount. I myself have been a minddweller for a good ten years, so I was always sure of myself, and with a good supplier, also sure of the drug and the amount.

For me, it proved to be only a booster, nothing more. The only times I've actually gotten some kicks of the Bromo itself was while working as an assistant in an art gallery, and even then I had to smoke some joints to get it to really work. It boosts everything. And lasts too damn long.
It boosts everything. And lasts too damn long.
Let's say it's day one, I take a large amount of it, smoke some bud, get giggles and everything looks nice. The next day I don't feel the actual effects of the Bromo itself, but it's still working, then I go and get drunk and it boosts that without me noticing. The next morning I wake up in the drunk-lockup at the police station, with little memory of how I got there, bruised and scarred. The same goes for benzodiazepines, cannabis, opiates, all of them.

I've been off the substance for one and a half months now, and feel no craving for it. It's kinda fun, but in my view, not really worth it. And since I recently got the chance to buy myself a large amount of good 'ole LSD that'll last for me until next spring, there's no need for it. Originally the idea was to use it for the lack of LSD. But it's not it, period. It's not fun on its own. It doesn't make me feel happy for two weeks, as LSD does. In these years I've felt LSD is the best antidepressant there is, it's smooth, suave, and doesn't surprise me if I just take low doses.

It's the only drug I've extensively tried so far, that has the ability to give me set-backs. It's long lasting, and there's the possibility it boosts whatever you take. I did. And I'm done with it.

Exp Year: 2012ExpID: 96814
Gender: Male 
Age at time of experience: 25 
Published: Oct 8, 2017Views: 2,965
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