Amanitas - A. muscaria & Cannabis
Citation: orbotron. "Total Relaxation: An Experience with Amanitas - A. muscaria & Cannabis (exp101084)". Erowid.org. Jul 8, 2019. erowid.org/exp/101084
7g (tea) and Cannabis
0:00 cup of tea (ginger)- tastes pretty bad
1:00 feeling a dizzy buzz, feeling cool, sounds seem louder and a bit confusing
1:30 Cannabis (1 small joint)
2:20 Feeling very high but definite non-cannabis groove to things
-can intensely focus on a single thing like relaxing
- thoughts and memories are intense with some psychedelic ease of flow
-feeling a full body buzz
-going to lie down
4:20 feeling very stoned cannabis should be worn off. Distinct from psilocybin. Just had a super relaxing trip/nap. Muscles holding chronic tension released. They buzz and twitch when they release. Very pleasant.
Muscles holding chronic tension released. They buzz and twitch when they release. Very pleasant.
No sensation of swirling and bending and crazy colours/patterns like on psilocybin.
Definite CEV. I'm very plainly in a different room when I close my eyes. Nothing magical. Just a simple room like mine. Listening to music is strange. With headphones the music sounds like itís coming from far away. Sounds dull and uninteresting.
5:00 took more cannabis but it just put me to sleep. It was about 3am by this point and was pretty tired.
Overall, at the peak, it felt like I followed the hallucinations into a dream (most of which I forget).
Next morning felt totally fine. Very relaxed like I just had a massage and a hot tub soak.
I got mine from a vendor but they were pretty expensive ($30 for 10g).
That being said, I think there is something interesting the experience. What struck me was, in the same way Salvia is to DMT, the Amanita seems to be a much more ďearthyĒ dimension if that makes sense. Psilocybin and DMT seem to consist of more cosmic/alien themes whereas Salvia and Amanita are (again at least to me) much more terrestrial based. This is all from one trip though so I will test that idea in the future.
I watched the film Contact (1997) while waiting for the trip to get going.
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