Citation: JR. "Blackouts: An Experience with DXM (exp2760)". Erowid.org. Mar 1, 2001. erowid.org/exp/2760
Ive tripped on DXM (robitussin) many times before, but i began to get bored with any dose below 700mg (about what's in one 8oz bottle of robotussin extra strenth). So i went out and for 5 dollars bought a store brand 8oz bottle of extra strenth tussin. When i got home, to my joy i found i had a unopened 4oz bottle of extra strenth tussin already!
9:30 I finished off both bottles, it tastes nasty, i washed my mouth out and brushed my teeth to try to get the taste out, it work.
10:00 fealing drunkish, similar to a 350mg dxm dose.
10:30 There seems to be a lot of white in my vision, i cant read too clearly, and when i stare at something, i get double vision. All over there are flashing white light, simalar to inhalents. My face has gone totally numb.
11:00 I close my eyes for a minute. All of a sudden im wandering all over my house, totally confused, then everything spins around, and im back in my chair, i never left my seat.
11:30 i cant understand what people on tv are saying at all. Im trying to talk to people online, but i cant type. im not sure what happens during this time asmy short term memory was very bad. i was laying on the floor with no idea how or when i landed on the floor, my everything is horrible confusing and blank.
2:00 things seem to have come down a bit, i can sort of walk, but its difficult and fantasy and reality have become 2 differnt things once again. I try talking to people online again, friends, i find that im very emotional, and that i can talk about anything anyone asks me, without shame or difficulty.
2:45 i go to bed. I close my eyes and the hallucinations begin again. A dayglo colored transformer robot is talking to me, although i dont know what he's saying.
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