Citation: Dr.Rob. "Not Just a Recreational Substance: An Experience with 4-AcO-MET & Various (exp112736)". Erowid.org. Jan 2, 2019. erowid.org/exp/112736
During 2016,17 and 18 I saw many claims on the internet that 4aco met is a more recreational tryptamine and does not have any of the more profound and sometimes frightening effects of other analogues and homologues of 4ho DMT (AKA psilocin). I want to write this just to give readers a heads up that this statement is inaccurate and one should exercise just as much caution with 4aco met as one would with any other psychedelic.
I have had several experiences with this chemical at various doses and have found that even at low doses it can provide very powerful mental effects, as well as strong visual distortions with eyes closed and open.
In a more recent experience I took 30 mg after a rather boring MEAI experience and found myself in a fully psychedelic place in which I was haunted with thoughts about the ageing and eventual mortality of my parents, as well as my own life direction.
Overall the trip was positive because it helped me to resolve many of my own insecurities and continue to have faith that I am incrementally setting my life on the right track, but it was a very powerful experience no less and it was not something I would say was just a fun little trip, or would be good for a rave.
I have also had experiences with 4aco met at the tail of an escaline trip and found myself spitting up a stream of pink and green bullfrogs. This hallucination was so bizarre that I feel like laughing every time I think about it, and the overall experience is still very real.
In many ways I have found 4aco met to be more demanding psychologically than its sister 4ho mipt, which is also very strong in its own right.
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