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PostSat Oct 08, 2011 2:24 am » by Building Sounds


LSD is great but seems to take a backseat to psilocybin in health benefits, I think. LSD seems to be too unpredictable, and it's hard to source (unless you make it yourself) so you never know quite what you are getting. Add to that - it's not really natural, it's a synthesized mimic of LSA, and to me synthesized versions of drugs (X compared to Sass, LSD to LSA, rock DMT to ayahuasca, etc) seem to be a lot more unpredictable with the scenarios they present you. I think growing and picking your own mushrooms takes out a lot of the doubt and although different shrooms seem to have different personalities, they all seem to present the same message as long as you don't disrespect them.

Although, I have to say, LSD was the first moment I realized the world was more than I could see with my eyes, and set me on a course towards future spiritual enlightenment, and I'm very thankful for that. In the Sunshine, on a breezy late Summer day with the birds singing and leaves swaying - the trip can be overwhelming with its beauty. It's also the best shower you'll ever have...

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PostSat Oct 08, 2011 3:48 am » by Mediasorcerer


great vid,fascinating,good post dammit,good post already.

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PostSat Oct 08, 2011 5:44 am » by Harbin


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PostSat Oct 08, 2011 10:17 am » by Nakchopoe


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It's a shame this girl was inside a building and getting interviewed. IMO psychedelics are best used in nature.
But nonetheless, she looks pretty (happy) with her orange! :sunny:
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PostSat Oct 08, 2011 3:37 pm » by Frutty


e6722maj wrote:best/worst trip i ever had was when a friend who was also a dealer gave me some acid freebies. they were the thin edge strips left over after trimming the sheet. i was duly warned - 'be careful this is strong.. '.

' yeah whatever ' i said and necked the lot. cut to two hours later and i was off my head, totally screwed up. i thought people were breaking down the door, freaked out and went wandering the estate at 3 am, somehow ending up at a friend's flat, who looked at me and said ' you tripping man?' with a concerned expression. bless his heart, he let me in, put on some pink floyd, lit some candles and said 'chill out mate'. he even persuaded my girlfriend not to give me too hard a time when she eventually figured out where i was.

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PostSat Oct 08, 2011 3:51 pm » by Frutty


LSD Being Tested on British Troops



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PostSat Oct 08, 2011 4:15 pm » by Will69ease


I was once told that you'll never look at anything the same after just one trip. That proved to be true because even to this day (twenty years later) I still put crystals in the east windows and listen the Pink Floyd. My favorite trips were at Disney at night.
"Little jacky paper" was the most fun for five dollars you could ever have...so long as you don't have hidden issues that can turn a trip into a living nightmare.

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PostSat Oct 08, 2011 4:20 pm » by E6722maj


will69ease wrote: My favorite trips were at Disney at night.



that must've been amazing!

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PostSat Oct 08, 2011 8:59 pm » by Will69ease


e6722maj wrote:
will69ease wrote: My favorite trips were at Disney at night.



that must've been amazing!

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The most fun ever playing on the rides tripping balls, and fireworks...oh my god!

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PostSun Oct 09, 2011 5:06 am » by Chrisfryfyi


frutty wrote:LSD Being Tested on British Troops



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