Citation: Neuro. "Insufflated Dosing: An Experience with 5-MeO-DiPT (exp18878)". Erowid.org. Nov 14, 2002. erowid.org/exp/18878
There seems to be little data on the insufflation of 5-meo-dipt and that strikes me as odd. Although it certainly seems like nature never intended powder to go up one's nose; there are some advantages to this route of administering chemicals. Most evident is the rate of absorption and duration of experience, although with foxy, there seems to be another trait that differs from the oral route. I have tried oral doses of foxy that range between 4 and 18mgs orally and have definitely enjoyed my experiences for the most part, although I must note that it made me lose my groove at a disco biscuits concert in Vt., good trip but no dancing (I must have looked like a hobbled ostrich in an earthquake). Anyway, the difference that I have experienced between the oral and nasal routes may not be experienced by all who try it; it is, after all, an experimental chemical.
A psychedelic trip is possible from the oral route, however with the nasal ingestion; I have noticed a diminishing of this effect and an increase in the stimulant properties, as have some of my friends. It is definitely active via insufflation and I would imagine one should be even more careful in dosing, it seems that it still takes at least ten minutes for the effects to start to swell but when they do, they manifest (for me at least) as increased energy, some mental clarity, and mild body load. I figured I’d add this to the current literature on foxy to supply an account of snorting the substance, I would advise anyone else who would like to try it to, again, be extremely careful while measuring out doses and post whatever effect they might get from this method of administration to add to the body of reference material on this substance.
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