love drugs?

2 years, 6 months ago

i’m curious to know what everyone’s favourite substances are and why. what’s the most influential experience you’ve had being fucked up?

September 27, 2012 at 12:22 pm

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Profile photo of Erin Chelsey Erin Chelsey (@erinchelsey) 2 years, 6 months ago ago

I’ve done mushrooms, molly, and of course I’ve smoked weed for as long as I can remember. I loved shrooms. The experience was magical. The world was alive, and was my friend. But I felt ill after, and that wasn’t fun. Molly was awesome. I was at a rave themed birthday party, and I loved how everything felt. I was painting strangers, dancing the whole night, and touching everyone’s hair and clothes. It was beautiful. I felt in love with every person there. I felt in love with life. Nothing compares to that. But of course, my dearest old friend weed will always be my favorite. I just love being high because it makes me smile, nonstop. It’s like being in love, and never having your heartbroken. I haven’t smoked in the past two months, and I don’t really mind (I don’t have an addictive personality), but I miss it. It’s just a reliable thing for me. Never lets me down. Helps me see myself more clearly, and follow my passions, like writing, or jamming on my guitar, or painting, or even just playing Skyrim. It’s all so good. :D

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Profile photo of shamanicdemonic shamanicdemonic (@yougottobefree) 2 years, 6 months ago ago

@erinchelsey, hahaha all of those are amazing and so mind altering. your mdma experience sounds incredible! thats gotta be my favourite one. the way M hits me is absolutely amazing. i literally want to hug everyone and every stranger i pass i need to tell how beautiful he/she is hahah.total love drug <3

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Profile photo of Nick Fertig Nick Fertig (@tessler2240) 2 years, 6 months ago ago

I think my favorite drug has been acid. I’ve only tripped twice, but both times it was very refreshing. The only place I wanted to be was in the woods exploring. I felt very in tune with my surroundings too. A fly landed on my hand at one point and just chilled there for a bit while I talked to it (that actually happened haha). Unfortunately acid has been very hard to come by.

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Profile photo of Erin Chelsey Erin Chelsey (@erinchelsey) 2 years, 6 months ago ago

@yougottobefree, YES! I literally told every person at that party that they were beautiful and incredible, and that I loved them! I gave everyone a unique compliment too. It was wonderful!

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Profile photo of shamanicdemonic shamanicdemonic (@yougottobefree) 2 years, 6 months ago ago

hahah one of the most beautiful highs for sure :)

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Profile photo of  Anonymous (@) 2 years, 4 months ago ago

I’m looking for unique answers.. And preferably something obtainable or easily synthesized.

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Profile photo of Woodsy Woodsy (@woodsy) 2 years, 4 months ago ago

snorting paperclips

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Profile photo of Rojda Rojda (@rojda) 2 years, 4 months ago ago

@woodsy, I agree. The best.

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Profile photo of Woodsy Woodsy (@woodsy) 2 years, 4 months ago ago

i just did a line, and it turned your userpic back into a cat!

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Profile photo of Cody Cody (@versai) 2 years, 4 months ago ago

Mescaline. Your question is ‘love drugs?’ and ironically Mescaline is called the ‘Love Drug’. It’s a phenethylamine, which when taken orally acts as a mild aphrodisiac and is also said to be responsible for the feeling people get when they’re in love. It’s a long trip(8 hours) and brought me into a very positive and stimulated mindset much like molly would. My senses were blended; sight, sound and touch were heightened and sharing properties. Music oozed color. The depth of a shadow on a contrasting texture was incredible and every dimension of space was sharpened. In comparison to some of my mushroom trips where my mind and thought feel high in a normal, lower world–mescaline seemed to raise the ‘vibration’ of everything, internal and external. I truly felt connected to everything; no fear or malevolence, just rushing emotions of trust, purity, unity. My first mescaline trip was mostly stimulating, I explored all my senses and reconnected them in a more intricate way. My second trip I watched the Laws of the Sun, an animated movie about some creation myths and the eternal life of Buddha. While watching this on the trip, every detail made sense, like a special message I had just become ready to hear. I felt very important and fortunate to have heard and understood a secret.

After the movie finished, I relaxed in a hammock until I lost awareness of the position of my body. Then I smoked a bowl of DMT, and I cannot even begin to describe what happened–it was too sacred and personal for it to be possible for me to share. But I can tell you that combo is a key to unlocking something important within all of us. I’ve had plenty of experience with the DMT itself, but while on the Mescaline trip… I was able to construct or observe the DMT’s visions so much clearer, it was something else entirely.

@yougottobefree Wow! Your artwork is amazing, you are so talented! I had a really enjoyable time on Mescaline, but one thing I regretted most was not having more artistic talent, because if I could have drawn or painted any of the things I was seeing or feeling, it would have been the most beautiful thing I ever created. I truly believe Mescaline could be a tool to unlocking your inspiration, although you’re doing a fantastic job at sharing that already.

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