Citation: potty. "A Week of Heaven: An Experience with Morphine (exp79581)". Erowid.org. Mar 16, 2019. erowid.org/exp/79581
One of few drugs I've used to any larger extent except for cannabis is Morphine.
It was completely unplanned. My friend happened to get a shitload of it from a friend of hers, and there we where.
Would I like to try some? Hesitantly I said yes, my general outlook on drugs at the time being that weed's ok, other drugs are not.
Then again, one time is no times, right?
Shit did I like it!! during the followin week we took morphine constantly, talked, watched movies, had a good time.
Everything is nice on morphine, even if I do a bit too much of it. Then I vomit, and it feels great. Doing too much more probably wouldn't be that nice though. There's this itchy feeling in my nose that I gradually begin to like, and my body feels sooooo good.
We would snort 25-50mg every two hours or so, 50 mg being almost over the top. The second day was the first time I took 50 mg in one go, and I threw up almost immediately. I didn't care.
By the end of the week, another guy who knew that my friend had loads of morphine at her home broke in to her apartement and took it. (it must have been him, since we hadn't told anyone else we didn't fully trust)
In retrospect, I am very happy this is what happened. We had enough to keep us going for atleast a couple of months.
Allthough it wasn't that hard to quit it after only a week, I can imagine what it would have been like if we had continued longer. Heavy perspiration, feelings of anxiety and the cravings I had was strong enough to be more than just a minor nuisance and lasted atleast a week.
From being very skeptical concerning morphine to using it constantly for a week after only trying it once. That probably says just about as much about me as it does about morphine.
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