About 0,6 grams the first time (went to a hotel with a friend and fucked the room up soo bad and almost burnt the bed.. good times)
Last month i did some MDMA which was a white crystal (Only done yellow ones) And i had these awesome hallucinations where i would see these pink strings go around patterns. The pink strings formed into 1000's of small propellers that kept turning around. I still see these hallucinations after a month of not having taken MDMA.
Well apparently white crystals are just crystals that have been washed with acetone which makes it cleaner but can take some of the MDMA out of it depending on how good you are at washing it. It felt like MDMA aswell, though i remember feeling tired from it.
That's called HPPD (Hallucination perception persistence disorder). It can occur in the popular sense, flashbacks, where you're normal for a long period of time and then suddenly have hallucinations. More often it's constant visual hallucinations the person is concious. HPPD goes away in 95%+ of studied cases. It can range from real mild to debilitating. It's fairly uncommon from MDMA but it can occur.
>>25574928 I read a post from a guy on a certain forum about how he took DXM for like 2 months and now everytime he looks at repeating patterns, such as bathroom tiles, they seem to move and rearrange themselves. Do you think that's the same thing?
>>25575022 Yes, that's HPPD. It's more common with psychedelics than MDMA. Ironically, anti-psychotic medications make HPPD hallucinations worse. They have no standard treatment for it, but there are studies saying benzodiazepines can help the symptoms. Essentially HPPD causes you to see things that are usually filtered out or ignored. It's more common symptoms are trails behind moving objects, halos of light, and seeing geometric patterns on surfaces. Only very rarely does it cause hallucinations that make it so a person cannot function normally. Most cases of it last a few days to a few months but there are cases of it lasting years.
Due to the criteria of diagnosing HPPD (it has to cause stress and psychological disturbances to qualify) they have no actual indication of how often it happens.
>>25575174 It's a real interesting field, but a poorly understand aspect of nuerology. Memory itself is still being studied. There's a lot of theories out there on why it happens. The last time I researched it the most probable theory was that it had something to do with sensory memory not functioning correctly. There's really not any info on why it occurs or how often it occurs.
>>25575281 >sensory memory not functioning correctly
Is that when you sense something and instead of sending it to short term memory once, its repeatedly sent so it seems much more exadurated? Or am I completely off kek. Its been a while since I've really researched any Biology.
>>25575378 >Is that when you sense something and instead of sending it to short term memory once, its repeatedly sent so it seems much more exadurated? Honestly, there's no concrete evidence. It may not even have anything to do with sensory memory, it's just the most probably theory about HPPD I've seen.
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