Citation: Jesus Raves. "Should Have Been Smoking This Shite All Along: An Experience with XLR-11 (exp98096)". Erowid.org. Apr 26, 2019. erowid.org/exp/98096
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I had been a big fan of the JWH series, so I ordered 10 grams of the “replacement” 5FUR-144 after this year’s ban on synthetic cannabinoids. What I got COD was a light-resistant baggie of pure white powder, which looked the same as the JWH I used to get. As far as its texture, I did notice that when it was mixed with acetone (to put on tobacco) and some had dripped on my metal table, I could not just wipe it up with a pinch of leaf and smoke it, as with JWH. Instead I had to use a metal pipe-cleaner to actually scrape off the powder, which could then be smoked.
As far as effects, this drug does cause unconsciousness. It’s an insidious sort of unconsciousness, upon me before I know it. When smoked, the effects were similar to but not the exact same pleasurable feeling that is had by smoking JWH, and there is a very sleepy feeling on top of it which, if I'm not careful, will turn into actual sleep. My first week on this stuff, I think I slept the whole seven days, stopping only to wake up, smoke, and pass out again.
My first week on this stuff, I think I slept the whole seven days, stopping only to wake up, smoke, and pass out again.
The second week, I had a tolerance, and this effect did not continue.
5FUR-144 seems to be more potent and powerful than any of the JWH’s were. While the head rush is similar, “FUR” as I call this chemical lasts about twice as long, and is twice as intense. That’s a good thing! I wish I had found this chemical first. I should have been smoking this shite all along!
P.S. Also, it goes really well with Dextromethorpan: heaviness upon heaviness.
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