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Nervous System Disconnect
DMT & Cannabis
by cold_seoul
Citation:   cold_seoul. "Nervous System Disconnect: An Experience with DMT & Cannabis (exp97289)". Erowid.org. Mar 13, 2019. erowid.org/exp/97289

 
DOSE:
  smoked Cannabis (plant material)
    smoked DMT  

BODY WEIGHT: 160 lb


My friend had done dmt in his vaporizer the night before and didn't clean out the bag well. He warned me but I was under the misapprehension that dmt trips only last for ten minutes so I wasn't worried. They do but I guess when you mix, strange things can happen.

Long story short, I was extremely paranoid of police, and of this awful feeling being permanent. The feeling was basically a lack of control. I felt a disconnect from my nervous system. Any task seemed impossibly complex. I could only operate on what I repeatedly referred to as' muscle memory auto pilot,' anything I put conscious effort into was awkward and inarticulate like a baby walking for the first time including trying to explain how I felt to my friend or even just picking up a glass off the table. My friend took care of me. Made sure I ate and drank. The other odd effect was a burning and tickling in my throat that I get everytime I use a vaporizer. It made eating and drinking, breathing and swallowing very weird. I hate it and it was worse than ever that night. I came down around 2 hours later. It wasn't the worst feeling of my life but the dmt added nothing positive. I was really really high from the marijuana, probably the highest I have ever been but I don't attribute that to the dmt. I've never tried dmt on its own.

Exp Year: 2012ExpID: 97289
Gender: Male 
Age at time of experience: 24 
Published: Mar 13, 2019Views: 1,384
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