Citation: Ryre Inc. "Interested in Trying It Again: An Experience with Morning Glory (exp12200)". Erowid.org. Nov 7, 2018. erowid.org/exp/12200
Five First Times
Last weekend 5 of my friends split 50g of untreated Morning Glory seeds from an online source. Each of them reacted differently to the drug. It might be noted that 3 of us stayed at the dorm we live in and the other 2 went to a party. Also, it was everyone's first time to take Morning Glory.
The seeds were prepared by being ground up in a coffee grinder at Meijers. There was some coffee in the mix, but a small amount. All simply ate the mixture.
Everybody experienced nausea for the first hour or so. Nobody experienced anything psychedelic, with one exception.
The first person, who stayed at the dorm, felt quite energetic and euphoric coming up, for the first 3 hours or so. After that, he felt very relaxed but still euphoric.
The second person, who also stayed at the dorm, had the same sort of effects as the first person. About 4 hours into the trip he was riding in a car when suddenly he said, 'I think I'm gonna puke!' and he promptly did so. A few minutes later he was fine, and felt just as relaxed and euphoric as before. This confuses all of us.
The third person who stayed at the dorm felt very little, which could be attributed to a large meal he had before consuming the seeds. He was relaxed for the rest of the night. He did, however, note that while lying on a pool table staring at the ceiling the tiles seems to move a little.
The fourth person, who went to a party, felt a little euphoric, and basically had a mild high.
The fifth person who also went to the party had almost no effects at all, besides the nausea. This could be attributed to his surroundings, although that's speculation.
Overall, the drug seemed to energize on the way up and relax on the way down, if it did anything at all. Everyone is interested in trying it again.
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