Discussion in 'Herbal Ecstasy' started by Alfa, Nov 28, 2006.
Please compare psychedelic smart products here.
Many of the 'Psychedelic' smart products on the market contain LSA bearing seeds.
Some of these products include Nxt Phase Green (Mind Expanding), Happy Caps Trip - e, Aquarius, BC2 Mindscaping, Dionysos, Space Trips, Space Cadets, Druids Fantasy.
Have any Swiy's sampled any of these or similar products? Which are the best? Are there any non-LSA based psychedelics available?
I am interested to see some reports on druids fantasy, the ingredients are Hawaiian baby woodrose, Morning glory seeds, Calamus, KavaKava and Ginseng. But this seems to vary from vendor to vendor.
My ferret has tried trip e, he wrote a report on in the happy cap section.
Ingredients: Hawaiian Baby Woodrose and Mateine (aka; Caffeine)
My Ferret picked up a packet from his local head store last week, contained one dose of two pills. He dropped both pills on a relatively empty stomach. Effects were noticed after about 45 minutes, mild euphoria and reduced inhibitions. He felt happy and very chatty. Effects lasted ~ 3.5 hrs then started to taper off.
Nothing hugely psychedelic about one dose of these, the experience was a bit "trippy" at times ( for example; walking down a very dark corridor was very strange) but no cev's or anything of the sort. Effects seemed to come in waves. Very mild nausea at one point, went away quickly though.
Overall, nice experience, although hardly psychedelic. A double dose of 4 pills would probably be alot more trippy. Cheaper to stick to Hawaiian Baby Woodrose Seeds I would imagine.
Alot of the psychedelic products my ferret has tried seem to be basically on par with these, some weaker but most the same. My ferret saw "peyote pills" in the headstore when buying these, which he will investigate further!
Edit: looked into the "peyote pills" : total rubbish, didn't bother buying them. They were made by the people in the store, and contained less than .5 g of ground up san pedro per cap, no peyote, and ridiculously expensive too.
purple ohm's by head tribes or mushroom head shop i think they were hwbr seeds and some stimulant cant realy remember was a long time ago were gd if you got a strong stomach other than that ive only done the explosion vials but there not legal anymore
Here's a list of some herbal drinks swiy's might be interested in.
In addition to alcohol, marijuana, cocaine, and amphetamines, the rave subculture also have a variety of energy-boosting stimulant cocktails called "smart drinks," also called "power drinks," which are used to prevent dehydration. They are sold at both raves and nutrition stores and come in bottles or cans or as powders or capsules. They come in a variety of fruit-flavored herbal blends that may contain ma huang, caffeine, guarana (a stimulant similar to caffeine extracted from the crushed seeds of Brazilian vine, Paullinia cupajna), ginseng, chamomile, amino acids, taurine, sugars, tryptophan, electrolytes and high doses of B and C vitamins. They may also be mixed with some "key" ingredients * kava, ginkgo, yohimbe, dong quai * depending on what type of "vitality" one is looking for.
Gorno Juice is a mixture of liquid kava (a muscle liniment formulation) and Morning Glory seeds.
Crunch Berries is Magnolia red berries crushed in gin.
LIQUID X refers to a concoction that contains liquid kava and ecstasy.
Go-go drinks, similar to powder drinks, are also sold at raves and contain ginseng, yohimbine, and guarana. They are marketed as "Viagra for women." They are used to boost energy levels, to increase stamina, to quench thirst, and to enhance concentration. Most contain stimulants. Taken in excess they can cause nausea, loss of appetite, insomnia, tachycardia, visual and sensory impairment, and bladder and urinary tract discomfort. People with heart or kidney disease, hypertension, hypotension, asthma, and diabetes mellitus should not use them.
Red Bull soda, loaded with caffeine, vitamins B6 and B12, and amino acids, popular in UK and Europe, has made inroads into the U.S., thick and syrupy when drank straight, but for the "buzz" is taken with a shot of vodka over the rocks.
A popular trend is combining alcohol with over-the-counter drugs. An example of an alcohol-drug combination is "roboshot" - 1-2 ounces of robitussin DM chugged with a 12 ounces of beer. Allegedly, this produces a "buzz" equivalent to a six-pack of beer, without any hangover.
Things like these even though these are legal anything should be done in moderation.
"LIQUID Xrefers to a concoction that contains liquid kava and ecstasy."
Liquid X hardly sounds legal, unless of course they mean merriment and bliss and not MDMA
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my hippo informs me he has the intention of trying Flying Dragons, and this will be hippo's first time, says he will post his experiences if I will write on hippo's behalf. Of course I would be delighted to be of assistance!
one small step for hippo but one giant leap for hippo kind
i have this talking dog that thinks the best legal psychedelics are probably found in their raw form, and not in some sketchy composite.... though mr. woof is ready to be proven wrong. amanitas, fresh woodrose seeds, salvia, dxm, etc. also cheaper.
personally, i think there's better things to do with your time than do drugs, but good luck telling my dog that.
I used DXM a lot, and found he could drink like a fish, much more than he would have been capable of if he hadn't taken DXM. I used alcohol to help come down during the second half of a DXM trip. The no hangover thing is true.
I tried purple OHMS, my cat also tried them and found them to be energising, I spent the night experiencing a strange sensation of feeling they did not have a head, quite trippy but on a sensational rather than visual distortion basis.
I would advise being very, VERY careful combining alcohol and DXM as this can cause mild to severe serotonin syndrome...
Are you sure this combination leads to serotonin syndrome? Swim can see how the combination could lead to many other problems, but how would this lead to serotonin syndrome? As far as I am aware alcohol does not effect serotonin but rather acts on GABA receptors.
Ethanol acts on a LOT of things. It's a very dirty drug. But it would not cause extracellular serotonin to increase anywhere near the point of serotonin syndrome.
However, I do have to caution against the combined use. Ethanol combined with nearly any drug puts additional strain on the liver and kidneys. Drug doses that would be fine without ethanol can become toxic when used with ethanol. Ethanol can inhibit drug clearance and excretion causing toxic metabolites to build up or prolonged accumulation of the drug which can lead to toxic levels.
I have a boa constrictor who has a friend who has 3 grams of morning glory seeds. He has learned how to extract the LSA from them but he tells me he is waiting till summer to do the extraction, because he would prefer to evaporate the petroleum ether out side as it is really flammable and he doesn't want the fire fighters to come and find his mushrooms. Lol.
As far as the natural smart drugs I am curious if anything reflects MDMA in their effects. It would be nice if they did without having the effect on the dendritic projections like MDMA has. I just think that I would like keep mine like they are.