Sleepy & Hungry Dreams
|Name||Dosage||Route of Administration|
|Mirtazapine||75mg||oral tablets, 15mg each|
Fluoxetine 20mg and Mirtazapine 15mg were taken regularly / as needed, respectfully, up until 3 days before the trip.
Started around 8:10 AM, at first didn’t experience much other than my stomach feeling hungry and my brain being swimmy, took a hit off my vape (~90% THC).
Hunger has flared up, began to experience thought deceleration and decreased processing ability, started seeing fairies pop up.
Tried playing a game, but my processing speed was too shot to do so, started taking me a while to type things, colors slowly hue-shifted to blue.
Stopped being able to type properly, music began to “sound like beautiful wind” (what does that even mean? i have no clue).
Started seeing a bunch of fuzz around everything, body began to move involuntarily, legs moving and jiggling, torso twitching, could barely keep my eyes open and was very hungry. I also got hiccups at this point.
Started getting intermittent, somewhat comforting shivers, eyesight was crungled, could barely see much but what i did see was completely unreal; I saw a rainbow tunnel with a dragonfly flying through, a bear standing, the top of a hundred story building, as well as other indecipherable things.
Started seeing patterns everywhere, my whole vision was overlaid with a dark diagonal pattern, I started seeing text pop up on things, I remember one of them said “GAY!” in a neon font and one was a black burn mark with some kanji on it I can’t remember; I think it said 現実慣.
I started to pass out at this point, woke up when my partner brought me food I asked for, I ate it really quickly and then passed out again.
I was fast asleep and had a ton of vivid dreams that I can’t remember all that well now, all I remember is that they felt real to the point where I could hear sounds perfectly. it was like lucid dreaming but i had no idea I was even in a dream.
I woke up a few hours afterwards and took off my clothes, went to bed as normal, had more weird dreams that got less intense with time.