So I got my hands on Microdot the other day, $20 a hit which I think is a bit pricy.
Anyway, I took two dubs, sat in front of my TV and chilled out.
I've taken LSD a few times before, but this... This was fucking wonderful. Totally worth the $40. It made music so great, the music was splashing out of my headphones and fucking my eardrums. But what I liked the most about it was the simple fact that I could sit outside staring at trees for hours and be absolutely entertained. The onset lasted for a good fourteen hours before I finally started to come down and I went to bed.
I felt very slow and run-down the next day, though.
Oh, and I tried watching Across the Universe, and man... LSD or no LSD that movie is annoying as fuck 0/10 fuck the beatles for that awful piece of shit.
All in all, I've almost forgotten how fun LSD is. I'm going to start dropping it quite a bit more.
Oh and I might be doing a legit Ayahuasca next week.
Those of you who don't know what Ayahuasca is, it's a trippy ceremony.
Harmine compounds are of beta-carboline origin. The three most studied beta-carboline compounds found in the B. caapi vine are harmine, harmaline and tetrahydroharmine. Harmine and harmaline are selective and reversible inhibitors of MAO-A, while tetrahydroharmine is a weak serotonin uptake inhibitor. This inhibition of MAO-A allows DMT to diffuse unmetabolized past the membranes in the stomach and small intestine and eventually get through the bloodâEU"brain barrier (which, by itself, requires no MAO-A inhibition) to activate receptor sites in the brain. Without RIMAs or the MAOI of MAO-A, DMT would be oxidised (and thus; rendered biologically inactive) by monoamine oxidase enzymes in the digestive tract.
Individual polymorphisms in the cytochrome P450-2D6 enzyme affect the ability of individuals to metabolize harmine. Some natural tolerance to habitual use of ayahuasca (roughly once weekly) may develop through upregulation of the serotonergic system. A phase 1 pharmacokinetic study on ayahuasca (as Hoasca) with 15 volunteers was conducted in 1993, during the Hoasca Project. A review of the Hoasca Project has been published.
It costs like $300 for the DMT, though.