Not that I've done hallucinogens but what do you mean by 'get back to your former self' because with some hallucinogens, all you experience are some visuals, compared to like the mindfuck of dmtCan you tell me how did your first time with hallucinogens affected you? And how it was when you get back to your former self?
That's actually kind of funny since alcohol and nicotine are more addictive than most recreational drugs.I've never tried any drugs stronger than alcohol or tobacco... I'm very scared that I'd get into this uncontrollable addiction and then goodbye independence!
I had no idea! Fortunately for me, I don't really have those very often anyhow. Those flying monkeys sound pretty crazy... haha.Meh. It was uninspiring. Tried LSD and shrooms when I was younger, although neither of them produce true hallucinations. Most people feel a bit down when they come off a trip. Sometimes they can be dizzy or nauseous for a while. A feeling of being a bit detached or "out of it" is pretty normal. Hallucinogens really mess with your brain chemistry though, so definitely not something you want to be doing on a regular basis.
The only real hallucinations I ever had were actually unintentional. The antimalarial I took when I was travelling in Africa had some trippy side effects At first it was rather terrifying (waking out of a sound sleep to find flying monkeys attacking you definitely messes with ones head), but once I figured out what was happening, I just enjoyed the ride.
That's actually kind of funny since alcohol and nicotine are more addictive than most recreational drugs.
Yeah the monkeys were fun. Definitely better than the snakes that showed up the next morning :OI had no idea! Fortunately for me, I don't really have those very often anyhow. Those flying monkeys sound pretty crazy... haha.