H.B. Woodrose & Caffeine
Citation: Miss Unknown. "Great Trip and Euphoria!: An Experience with H.B. Woodrose & Caffeine (exp111987)". Erowid.org. Jun 7, 2018. erowid.org/exp/111987
I've hallucinated and had visuals on 10 Hawaiian baby wood rose seeds before but, this experience had less of that. At 20, it was weird?! As of the time of the experience I was having only closed eyed visuals and everything feels off in a good way. I took a pill that claimed it has 300 mg of caffeine instead of chugging an energy drink or having a bunch of coffee.
Just the two combined brought greater euphoria, normally they both cause euphoria on their own but them combined caused a greater euphoria. Now, no open eyed hallucinations have happened but the colors of everything also seem off.
This has to be at least the twelfth time on my experience with LSA. Maybe have done it about 20 times at a high estimate. I have lost track of the number but, try to keep the experiences no more than once a month or so. I get really bad vasoconstriction when I experience LSA/hawaiian baby woodrose seeds in high doses and learned over the internet that's dangerous so I limit experience with this great substance
I limit experience with this great substance
The taste of those disgusting seeds is also one of the downsides. It's better than doing it with morning glories though. Those hurt my stomach a lot more.
I never have a trip sitter while doing psychedelics, I just try to remember that the hallucinations I am having ARE NOT REAL and try to act pretty normal.
Overall, I have gotten what I wanted out of the experience and that was my creativity back because I use psychedelics (LSA most of the time) to get my creative burnout to go away when it happens. This really helps with a creative job that I have and when I really, really need ideas.
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