Citation: DR. Gonzo. "Trippy but an Unpleasant Body Load: An Experience with 4-Aco-DMT, 4-Ho-DET, Alprazolam, Marijuana, nicotine (exp112794)". Erowid.org. Apr 30, 2019. erowid.org/exp/112794
I want to start by saying that I do not condone the use psychedelic drugs to anyone. That being said, I mixed 4-Aco-DMT and 4-Ho-DET with candy powder to make it taste better. I swallowed all the powder and within an hour I was extremely high. Like, the highest I've ever been off of a combination of drugs and I've done a lot of drugs before.
About 3 hours in a smoked some marijuana, and then things took an odd turn. I felt strange body-loads, chest pains and slight respiratory problems. At first (being a smoker) I thought it was a side effect of the marijuana I had just smoked. However, the chest pains continued throughout the majority of the trip
the chest pains continued throughout the majority of the trip
. At this point I stopped smoking and started laying on the floor. The best way I could describe the chest pains I felt is that my chest felt restricted almost like I was drowning. I couldnt take big breathes. At some point, I took Alprazolam to calm myself down.
I am still feeling some chest pains the next day. I have had experiences with 4-Aco-DMT and marijuana before. So I can only imagine that my chest pains were somehow cause by the 4-Ho-DET. I have known several people to mix 4-Aco-DMT and 4-Aco-DET so my experience has mystified me. Do I have some sort of weird allergy to Diethyltryptamines?
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