Citation: ugh. "Not a Fun Ride: An Experience with 5-IT (exp99026)". Erowid.org. Oct 11, 2015. erowid.org/exp/99026
15:00 - 50mg 5-IT orally (same as I do with aMT)
15:30 - Feeling a lot of tingles and rushes. Zero nausea.
16:00 - Feeling good, and some euphoria, so listen to music which sounds great.
17:00 - Coming down, which his left me rather disappointed as it was far too quick and light for me compared with aMT.
18:00 - 100mg 5-IT orally (like I do with 6APB) which I decide is probably a better dose for my needs although 50mg and a quick up and down will suit some people.
19:00 - A good aMT-like high for about 10 hours as I worked on some music productions.
07:00 - Back to baseline, so take 7mg zopiclone orally and go to bed with the intention of going to sleep.
07:15 - Remember that I'm supposed to be meeting a friend at 11:00, so decide not to go to sleep and stay up.
10:00 - 60mg baclofen to give me an nice base for the day.
12:00 - 100mg 5-IT orally, then go and meet my friend in town to watch the football and catch up.
13:00 - A few pints and feeling good. A nice clean controlled high, like aMT, just as I like.
17:00 - 50mg baclofen as I get back home. Still feeling great so work on some music production again for a few hours.
20:00 - Nearly back to baseline (minus the baclofen buzz) so eat a pizza and some Mars Bar ice creams. (baclofen makes me hungry)
21:00 - 7mg zopiclone intranasally, as I have work in the morning and need to get a good sleep.
07:00 - Wake up and still feeling good and manage a full day of work feeling no comedown at all, and not much tiredness considering I missed a nights sleep.
10:00 - Make an order for more 5-IT as I'm happy with the results.
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