To start this off: I am never doing any drugs again besides benzo’s when needed. Iv lurked on this forum for about 2 days now and iv decided to ask and make a post of what y’all think.
I am a 16yr male and I have had a total of 5 experiences with LSD (family issues/depression/anxiety disorders lead to the abuse). I only had symptoms show up after my 5th use where I had done 255ug, and smoked during the peak. This was around 2 months ago or more. I never had and DP/DR or anything like that. Only if I “zoned out” and stared really intently at the ground for 10-15 seconds it would move.
Well tuesday I intended on microdosing 10ug, I accidentally took more I believe now, and this caused another bad trip. Although minor I didn’t have patterning, just rapid drifting. It has now been 3 days, the drifting is still there if I focus and stare for 2+ seconds. And I might have minor DP/DR. By that I mean sometimes I kinda feel like I have head fog, where I’m paying attention and listening but kind of feel tired-like in my head. I have a very positive mindset, iv been taking Xanax to try to sleep, and have been getting a good amount. My question is, at this rate do you think this is kind of a lingering after effect which could possible go back to “normal” after a week-a month. I of course will remain completely sober the rest of my life and try my hardest to recover. (I already did a 20hour fast and I believe that helped a little bit.
thanks for all of your input and hopefully I can recover from this.
"BPC-157 is a synthetic peptide that is being investigated for its regenerative effects. It shows high efficacy for rats suffering toxic or surgical trauma, but there is currently no evidence that it provides benefits for people."
I stumbled upon this peptide after browsing some websites and then I found reddit posts of users claiming that they cured their anhedonia. This substance does not mask symptoms like traditional drugs, but really has some sort of a healing mechanism that rapidly undoes damage from the dopamine system, with almost no side effects reported. This got my interest and I decided to try it out. Here are the results:
250mcg in the morning and 250mcg in the evening, administered with subcutaneous injections. So far I have used a total of 10mg in around 10 days, and I'm planning to do extra cycles in the future.
While injections offer the best bioavailability, it is reported that this substance is stable when taken oral. I cannot confirm this and I'd recommend to inject the substance, or use it sublingually (under the tongue). Subcutaneous injections are almost painless and you'll get used to it quickly.
I'm experiencing permanent benefits from this trial. In general I feel much calmer with myself and my mind is so much clearer. My sense of time has changed back to normal. It feels like the world around me is moving normal again and I can get more done. I'm even boring myself when I'm free. Before this trial I would be able to do a lot less in an hour and it felt like the time shifted faster, and it felt I couldn't get a hold of the world moving around me.
Cognitive functioning has improved a little, I mostly feel benefits from taking fish oil and I believe this substance has contributed to it Depersonalisation and derealisation has definitely improved. Most of the time, it doesn't even bother me and I feel more attached to myself My anhedonia has decreased, I didn't experience a huge improvement but it's still much better I feel generally less anxious - I haven't worried about my condition since My visuals have not changed in any way, but the substance helped me to handle them easier and they don't feel like a big annoyance anymore.
I did not experience any side effects, which is good. There is some research suggesting that it increases tolerance to amphetamine, but it hasn't been tested on humans.
I definitely recommend anyone with HPPD to try this substance. It might help you a lot with depersonalization and derealisation, as it did with mine.
After a lot of research, i came across this medical review : https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3736944/Very interesting and rare hppd study.
Overall, it seems that Lamotrigine has been able to cure long term HPPD like mine is , and for good, or significantly decrease visual disturbances and symptoms.
I'm actually testing nootropics on many levels, but i'm willing to step-up to more epileptic oriented drugs.
Anyone has more input about Lamotrigine on long lasted HPPD (mine is about 20 years old...) ?