Citation: Nyxithea. "Closer to a Better Version of Getting Stoned: An Experience with 4-HO-MCPT & Cannabis (exp115163)". Erowid.org. Feb 11, 2021. erowid.org/exp/115163
First Time 4-HO-MCPT
I took 27 mg of 4-ho-mcpt last night with a friend. It's an interesting chemical but not super trippy. I took some notes because information about this chemical is lacking but they might not be the best notes because I also consumed a lot of weed during the experience. Me and my friend might have dabbed almost a gram next to the other weed we vaped. It was a pretty dope experience but closer to a better version of getting stoned than tripping.
20:38 T +0. We tried to dissolve 60 mg of 4-ho-mcpt in water but it ended up being 54. We both drank half of it. Tastes pretty gross but not really grosser than most other tryptamines I've tasted. We were both already stoned before this point and I hadn't eaten anything yet outside of some mango less than an hour before.
T +0:05 I start to notice I'm tripping.
T +0:39 still no real visuals. Colours feel a bit more saturated, my head space feels different and I feel a bit stoned but in a different way from weed. Barely stronger than last checkup.
T +1:04 Still barely stronger than onset. I consumed weed during the last couple hours but I'll start to consume more now.
T +2:20 Definitely tripping harder than before but that might be all the weed I did.
T +2:28 Dabs are hitting me even stronger than before. 4-HO-MCPT combines well with weed.
T +2:55 I have some mild cev but I've had more from weed combined mild hppd.
T +3:27 I'm still tripping and everything looks a bit more polished and glassy.
1:16 AM T +4:38 I'm pretty much no longer tripping but I am very stoned.
I then took some more weed over the course of the next couple hours and did some oxazepam to fall asleep because I usually sleep somewhere between 5 and 7 am.
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