Citation: Tom. "Ugh, Never Again: An Experience with Nutmeg (exp76107)". Erowid.org. Jan 30, 2018. erowid.org/exp/76107
I had been doing some reading on nutmeg for quite some time so I went out and spent $7 on a jar of the powder from Fred Meyer. I as well as my friend downed one tablespoon of it with the support of orange juice (bad choice by the way). Then we knew we had to wait so we just played some xbox.
Here is the time table of what happened:
2:30 Ingested one tablespoon of nutmeg
3-4:30 Had to take a really bad dump but didn't want to risk loosing the mixture body that I had worked so hard to get in (yeah sounds stupid)
6:00 Ate dinner
7:30 Dry mouth set in, drank a lot of water.
8:30 started feeling a little high
9:00 I felt crazy and out of my mind at this point, couldn't have felt better. Just sat there grinning at the wall and watching my friend attempt to play Skate on xbox, and failing pretty much.
10:30 Another friend received a phone call and he was talking about nutmeg and the person on the other end said it can make you nervous...this freaked me out and I got really nervouse
I went into the bathroom and getting up made me feel really sick. I started freaking out because I hadn't gone to the bathroom in a while, sounds stupid but it made sense then.
I went laid down on the floor and closed my eyes. This made my stomach feel better but I was still scared. So I went to sleep for a bit.
11:30 I woke up much less nervous and still high, and still with dry mouth. After a bit I went to sleep
The Next Morning:
Terrible headache, random shakes, still a bit high, dry mouth. I felt like shit. And I felt like that until that evening. I am sure there are better ways to do this, but I tried it again, same method, 3/4 of a tablespoon with about the same effects, but less nervous this time. All in all, not worth it unless there is a way to make it less harsh on my head and stomach.
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