Citation: zombie. "I Felt Like a Boneless Girl: An Experience with Brugmansia (exp98934)". Erowid.org. Feb 18, 2020. erowid.org/exp/98934
I was in the cafeteria, eating my food all alone until 2 of my friends told me to sit with them. And one of them brought up 'angels trumpet' and he says that they are hallucinogenic, and they are everywhere in our college campus. My other friend, a female, was like 'I'll rather do shrooms'.
I'm the type of person that loves to be experienced, so after talking with them, I went to the brugmansia tree, and all but 5 were beginning to rot. So I took like 5 fresh flowers (they were all hanging down, looking like something from a christmas tree), and headed to my dorm, I washed the leaves and seeds with boiling hot water and let them dry.
About...approximately 6 hours, I made pieces of the leaves and seeds into tea.
I made pieces of the leaves and seeds into tea.
I had like 6 sips of the brugmansia tea, it wasnt bad tasting, and I was just waiting for something to happen, so I left my dorm and went into the study room to use the computer and I was listening to 'controlled bleeding' on my iphone touch and I noticed something odd. It was really kicking in. I was like OMG, I just felt weird, my eyes were wide open and my mouth gotten really dry, I mean really dry towards I couldnt even open it, so I went back in my dorm and I just gotten really high, it was pretty awesome. It also made me tired and sleepy so I took a long ass shower and headed to bed, then I guessed I passed out.
Here comes the weird part. I woked up around 2 in the morning, confused, and my whole body felt so floppy, like I felt like a boneless girl. I just felt SUPER drunk, I mean I couldnt walk right. It was kind of scary. It was like every time I moved, my arms would stay stiff, it would just get all floppy.
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