Enjoyable, Before the Pain...
Citation: Apture. "Enjoyable, Before the Pain...: An Experience with Heimia salicifolia & Cannabis (exp77313)". Erowid.org. May 13, 2019. erowid.org/exp/77313
It all began with 30g of whole (not crushed) sinicuichi +/- 2g according to the scale. I ended up putting the whole 30g into a relatively large pot. With 2 liters of water. I heated it up to 185, and kept it at that temperature for 2.5 hours. This resulted in 20 ounces or so of liquid, with the 30g within it. I then strained/filtered out the leaves. They felt oily as I was putting them into the garbage, leading me to believe the alkaloids were definitely out. Licking my finger backed that up as it tasted unbelievably bitter.
But to the actual trip -- I went over to a friend's place with the 20oz in a bottle. Ended up splitting 3 ways. We all tried to put it down in a single swig, but the taste made that a hard task. After getting it all down, and drinking some water, we sat down and listened to some music. Nothing seemed different, at least not past placebo. Until about 20 minutes later things started to get a light haze around them. Stomach was getting uneasy at this point. This continued for another 15 minutes or so while some weed was broke down, rolled.
As we started to smoke that, and I had to move instead of stare at the TV, I realized I was sore, heavy, extremely out of it.
I realized I was sore, heavy, extremely out of it.
I just ignored it while we smoked, trying to not move much. Afterwards, I tried to lay down, and found it intensely painful.
EVERY INCH of my body hurt for the whole night, through the next day, and lingering into even the next day. Even while it was insanely painful, I was in a stupor of sorts that wasn't weed-related for the day after, everything was distant, out of focus type of thinking.
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