Caution : Reactions and experiences may vary dramatically from person to person. [see below]
The duration of most psychoactive substances will increase as dosage increases: Higher doses last longer. Onset and duration of oral doses are highly dependent on stomach contents. Heavy and/or oily foods in the stomach can delay or prolong effects.
EFFECTS LIST #
- Increase in energy, stimulation
- Pleasant mental and/or body high
- Sense of calm and serenity
- Enhanced sense of connection with the world (beings or objects)
(may be experienced as positive, negative or neutral depending on circumstance)
- Distortion or loss of sensory perceptions (common)
- Closed- and open-eye visuals (common)
- Dissociation of mind from body
- Analgesia, numbness
- Ataxia (loss of motor coordination)
- Significant change in perception of time
- Increase in heart rate
- Slurred speech
- Confusion, disorientation
- Out-of-body experience
- Shifts in perception of reality
- "hole"; intense mind-body dissociation, out-of-body experiences, highly realistic visuals
(negative side effects increase with higher doses and frequent use)
- Severe confusion, disorganised thinking
- Delusional, psychosis-like delirium
- Ambulatory psychotic behaviour
- Nausea, vomiting
- Frightening or untimely distortion or loss of sensory perception
- Severe dissociation, depersonalisation
- Nasal discomfort after insufflation
- Discomfort, pain or numbness at injection site (with IM)
General Effects NotesThe effects of 3-MeO-PCP are usually compared to ketamine and other dissociatives like PCP, methoxetamine, etc.
3-MeO-PCP is reported as more physically stimulating than ketamine and other psychedelic dissociatives. Where ketamine causes people to be physically sedated and incapacitated at strong doses, 3-MeO-PCP's powerful effects on the mind can be accompanied by standing up, walking around, talking, and potentially doing dangerous activities.
Routes of Administration3-MeO-PCP is taken via insufflation, sublingually, IM (intramuscular) and orally, and there are reports of rectal and IV (intravenous) use.
Addiction and Compulsive UseAlthough 3-MeO-PCP can trigger a desire to redose and/or to take the drug again in the near future, users should be very careful about redosing too frequently. The lag between administration and effects can result in much stronger effects than desired or expected. Because of its short history of human use and lack of experimental research, no definitive statements can be made about the risk of addiction and/or compulsive use across a wide cross section of users.
EXPERIENCE EXCERPTS #
[6 mg oral] "I did fumble around a bit when walking, but in general I was able to function quite well and did not have any problem whatsoever walking and carrying conversation with others. My friends did not know I had ingested this compound, and I believe they did not suspect it." -- 102457
[20 mg oral] "20mg of this stuff alone, or 8 beers alone, produces in me a very controllable state with little to no amnesia. 20mg + 8 beers in retrospect should have seemed like a bad idea to me, but at the time felt like a good idea. i blacked out for a few hours." -- Bluelight
[35 mg IM] "Once I got some 3 meo and hadn't taken dissociatives for months. I did 35 mg IM and walked the dogs... rather the dogs walked me. How I didn't end up in hospital or jail and actually survived to make it home is a mystery." -- Bluelight
CAUTION & DISCLAIMER #
Erowid's effects information is a summary of data gathered from users, research, and other resources. This information is intended to describe the range of effects people report experiencing. Effects may vary dramatically from one person to another or one experience to another based on a variety of factors such as body chemistry, age, gender, physical health, dose, form of material, etc.