Citation: Altered. "Removing the Coating Helps: An Experience with Morning Glory Seeds (exp4654)". Erowid.org. Dec 30, 2001. erowid.org/exp/4654
Before, I had taken 3g of morning glories, then several hours later, after the effects had worn off, I took 4.5 grams more. I had a, for the most part, bad trip. These seeds I had washed with water and crushed and ingested alone. I also hadn't eaten beforehand. I find it much better on a (mildly) full stomach. Through experience, I am very very certain that these 'bad' trips are for the most part due to the coating on the seeds.
A few days later, I washed 4.5g of seeds with LIQUID LAUNDRY DETERGENT in water, then rinsed ALL THE DETERGENT OFF. I then ground the seeds to a very very fine powder and ate it. It was a great trip, and MUCH more potent. I had little nausea, but much less than before. The only bad parts of the trip were that it was relatively short (it was, after all, a small dose) and for a minute or two, when it was starting to come on strong, I panicked in a fit of paranoia, but this was suppressed quite easily by playing my guitar and watching TV. After that, my trip was all good. And this time, I could easily get to sleep.
What I did to avoid my bad trip with morning glories was pour a generous amount of liquid laundry detergent in water with the seeds, and shake the container around on and off for about 5 minutes. Then I rinsed. I would prefer to do it with a friend too, because it's much easier to get paranoid and scare myself alone. When I do feel my experience going bad I can get over it by playing a musical instrument, watching TV, listening to soothing music, or touching something that I touch everyday (like my pillow). This, in most cases, will greatly ease my experience and leave me feeling good.
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