Effects - Dreaming on DXM?

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  1. polloloco001

    polloloco001 Gold Member

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    i heard that if you go to sleep right after consuming dxm you will have
    wacky dreams that you have control over. this may or may not be true i
    jsut heard it. is there any drug thta does hav this effect?
     
  2. unico_walker

    unico_walker Newbie

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    Not true, I used to enjoy combining high dose DXM and some GHB to
    take the stimulant edge off and let me enjoy the CEV. One time I took
    too much G and ended up waking right as the visual stage was
    ending[​IMG]



    No dreams at all just a watsed trip.
     
  3. Loser

    Loser Newbie

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    It just depends... sometimes u dream sometimes u dont. But at lower plateaus u will most likely wake up feeling better than ever..
     
  4. Dreeker

    Dreeker Gold Member

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    it depends, it doesnt if i cant fall asleep and just wake up later after falling asleep but not remembering


    it DOES have great dreams, if ieasily fall alseep
     
  5. dark_mirage

    dark_mirage Newbie

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    I find that when I'm just beginning to fall asleep (In between sleep and awake) after taking enough DXM, I go into reallyweird dream-like stages, kind of like you described, even though I'm still conscious.
     
  6. Tavz

    Tavz Newbie

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    I use to dream all the time and have control over them. It wasnt really a sleep though, more like im asleep but im awake. A few weird things though were that I would always wake up at around 5AM every time and BAM the trip was over, just like that. The other thing was that my dreams always seemed to be about the same and I would be putting together some kind of puzzle. Weird shit.
     
  7. wann

    wann Silver Member

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    Being able to controll your dreams is called lucid dreaming. You don't
    need drugs to do it, with a little practice you can do it while sober.



    Personally, DXM has never done anything for me dreaming lucidly. I'd
    say you're better off enjoying your dex trip while being awake and just
    practice the lucid dreaming.



    I found this site quite informative on lucid dreaming: ld4all</span>


    Edited by: wann
     
  8. Kradle

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    i dont neccesarily have weird dreams but i like to lay down an hour
    after i ingest the DXM and set my alarm clock so i wake up 1-2 hours
    later in complete darkness..if im tripping while trying to fall asleep
    it will almost feel like a dream since im already half asleep
     
  9. Chaote

    Chaote Newbie

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    I am generally in a limbo state on dxm when trying to sleep i wain in and out of consciousness with strange metal pictures.


    Lots of coffee right before you sleep gives you strange dreams, but then yoiu have to get to sleep buzzing on caffeine
     
  10. als5555

    als5555 Newbie

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    i cant fall asleep on dxm, and i never get much sleep after a trip. it seems, at least for me to act as a partial sleep substitute. at the end of a trip when i go to bed i usually see a lot of things in my head, and see them very faintly until i wake up. its not like dreaming, but more like a long, subtle series of images and patterns.
     
  11. Nagognog2

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    I would see strange, different-reality type creatures that, while they made sense at the time, I also knew were from a different world. An antipode as Aldous Huxley would put it. They were like figures and towns that did not belong HERE. THIS WORLD. Lying in my bed and watching this strange world, I reached out and grabbed the hat from an odd little Elf and placed it on my nightstand.


    The next morning I found a weird little piece of red wax there. I kept it. I have NO explanation as regards it's true source.Edited by: nagognog2
     
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