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Experience:50mg - Diphenidine ride

Experience reports - Diphenidine

  • Date: 20-11-2014
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 21
  • Weight: 65 kg / 143 lbs
  • Drug(/s) and dose: 50 mg oral (gel cap) diphenidine, occasional cannabis
  • Setting: At home, relaxing in front of the tv with a few friends and beers (except me).

Report

T+2: Objects and tv became hard to understand, Kevin McCloud was so perplexing and frantically confusing (while watching Grand Designs). Very odd cognitive effects.
T+4: I became very sleepy and retired to bed with an eye mask and ear plugs. This is where the effects became more pronounced; I was drifting away, an out of body experience but into another dimension. It was as if I was hallucinating in a sense that I didn't know I had. Instead of visualS (very weak OEVs and stronger CEVs) there was another sense, maybe my psychological model of spatial association, that was extremely distorted.
As I lay there for an eternity floating and exploring this gel-like purest black space i became conscious of the fact that the sound of my (racing) heart beat was becoming quieter. Here I postulated at what was happening and maybe I was, in fact, unconscious. The only thing tethering me to this dimensional plane was the light breeze I could feel on my shoulder. Through this, I managed to move my hand up to my mouth, at which point I could open my eyes and was seemingly fine.
T+5: I was attempting for a while how to describe the things I saw, these strange shape. But at the same time, they were indescribable objects/shapes, non-shapes.
T+6: Sleep came easy with +1mg of etizolam. Strange vivid dreams were had.

Summary: Very novel, not much of a party drug but very fascinating effect. I have been theorizing at what sense this drug mainly modulates/distorts and I have come up with several possibilities; is it my spatial association cognitive processing, or maybe the way my brain interprets gravity or incorporates gravity into my model of spatial existence.

Duration: 6 hours, onset: 1.5 - 2 hours
No hang over effects.

Submitted by - C8H11NO2

Effects analysis

  • Analysis suppression - "Objects and tv became hard to understand, Kevin McCloud was so perplexing and frantically confusing (while watching Grand Designs). Very odd cognitive effects."
  • Sedation - "I became very sleepy and retired to bed"
  • Motor control loss - "feeling wavy, slurring of speech"
  • Visual disconnection - "As I lay there for an eternity floating and exploring this gel-like purest black space" "I was attempting for a while how to describe the things I saw, these strange shape. But at the same time, they were indescribable objects/shapes, non-shapes."
  • Geometry - "intricate and complex but faint, almost non-shapes."