Citation: witty. "Vibration Noise: An Experience with Bupropion (Wellbutrin) (exp35088)". Erowid.org. Jul 12, 2004. erowid.org/exp/35088
Ive had wellbutrin kicking around the house for a while since i tried to quit smoking a couple years back. I found out theyre for depression too, and did a little research about them. Ive been toying with the idea of snorting them for a while, and just finally gave it a whirl. The outer shell came off easily, and i crushed them up. They did burn pretty bad, maybe marginally better than salt, but i stuck with it. Over the course of 4 hours or so i snorted 2 150 sr pills, taking little bumps every 5-10 minutes. maybe its just because i spanned it out over such a long period i didnt get much out of it. I felt decrease of appetite, decreased cravings for cigarettes obviously. I was playing videogames for the most part, and there was one point where it was completely silent, but i heard this little vibration kinda noise and it grew louder and louder until it seemed like a car pulled up right behind me, thats when i realized i was imagining it, and it stopped immediately. other than that i just felt a little rush, it seemed like i was wide awake yet my head felt heavy, after i also noticed that my pupils were huge too. but im probably not going to do it again, kinda gave me a headache and after the 2 pills my eyes were watered and bloated and my nose felt like i snorted a couple lines of wasabi. Judging by some of the other reports i dont think it would be wise to blow more of them. so bottom line, if your trying to get fucked up off something forget about wellbutrin, alone they dont do much to warrant the dangers. but theyre real good for quitting smoking, in my experience anyways.
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