Citation: Odd John. "Warm Fuzzy Feeling Encompassing My Body: An Experience with AMT, Alcohol, & Cannabis (exp13668)". Erowid.org. Sep 2, 2002. erowid.org/exp/13668
||(powder / crystals)
| T+ 9:00
||Alcohol - Hard
| T+ 0:00
I've tried AMT (alphamethyltryptamine) about 10 times in the past but always with higher doses. I noticed that at 50mg the negative effects, 24 hour insomnia, unbearable body load, heavy perspiration, and uncomfortable nausea, made it not worth it to even take the drug. I figured maybe half the dose would give almost the same positive effects without the extreme negatives.
5pm: poured out a capsule of 25mg in water and drank solution. I also swallowed the gelcap in order to intake the leftover powder in the capsule.
5:45: began feeling a warm fuzzy feeling encompassing my body but mainly as sweat beginning at my forehead.
7pm: still am not peaking however the visuals have just begin to appear. Very mild but nonetheless visuals.
8pm: I think I have hit the peak: laughter comes very easy, peoples' faces are very distored and my face looks as though I am breaking out, however, my face always looks like that whenever I trip.
The experience was mild, I can still talk to my parents, however I have to watch what I say because the truth seems to slip out a lot easier.
2am: After drinking half a fifth of Soco and smoking some herb I find it very easy to fall asleep.
7am: Wake up the next morning feeling hung over from the alcohol rather than the AMT.... I think that is a good thing.
The point of my experience was just to see if a low dose of AMT was worth ingesting. It definately was. I had a 7 hour trip and was able to fall asleep, not act too stupid, and did not experience any come down whatsoever. Therefore, I recommend for first time users to start at a low dose, ie. 20-25 mg orally ingested and seeing what it does, then moving up depending on how hard you want to trip and how much negative effects you can stand.
COPYRIGHTS: All reports are copyright Erowid and you agree not to download or analyze the report data without contacting Erowid Center and receiving permission first.
Experience Reports are the writings and opinions of the individual authors who submit them.
Some of the activities described are dangerous and/or illegal and none are recommended by Erowid Center.