Citation: Staniel. "Two Months Later - Still Having Minor Visuals: An Experience with 25I-NBOMe (exp103443)". Erowid.org. Oct 4, 2018. erowid.org/exp/103443
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I've had multiple expieriences with what I think was 25i-NBOMe. I had recently started experimenting with psychedelics and I didn't exactly know what I was getting into. But, I've learned more than I thought was posdible.
This drug is very similar to LSD in my opinion. It taught me great things and woke me up to the world around me.
I bought my blotters from many different sources under the ignorant assumption I was buying LSD. All of my experiences have been truly fantastic. The visuals were almost interactive and I could manipulate the air with my hands and even just thoughts or feelings. CEVs were magnificent, absolutly stunning. My mind was going a mile a millisecond, thinking about anything and everything with incredible detail. Each experience lasted around 9 or 10 hours and I usually smoked a few bowls of cannabis to help fall asleep.
Now, my psychedelic revelations came with a cost. After around 2 months since my last experience, I continue to have mild CEVs and fairly strong trails behind moving objects. Most likely this is because of my young age. I cross my fingers the visuals aren't permanent, but they have yet to decrease in intensity.
I've done 25i anywhere from 10-17 times (unsure because of its resemblence to LSD)and I don't plan on buying any blotters again.
Its a beautiful drug and its made me a far better person, in my opinion, but as I've said before, I learned the hard way to BE CAREFUL.
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