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  1. Extremely badly. But, now I'm interested in Iboga. Very ancient psychedelic used by tribes. They are usually VERY strong and SPIRITUAL. I would stray away with putting man-made psychedelic to nature-made psychedelic unless thoroughly researched.
  2. After a few days, I'd take a higher dosage (maybe 4-4.5grams) and see if there is a difference. It may just be weak shrooms. Find a new provider or different type of mushrooms and work your way up again.
  3. I went through this last night and its has great insights.
  4. @Jannes Yes, a large drink for a visual breakthrough. I haven't personally done a super large dosage yet, but I plan to in the near future. 15-30ml is more than enough for micro-dosing. I would experiment slowly. With me, a few drops and I'm already put to sleep. By the time I wake up, I'm fully refreshed and rejuvenated. Just beware that Ayahuasca is a spiritual medicine. It's direct access to infinite spirit. At higher costs, Ayahuasca takes big balls to do alone. For micro-dosing, it's best to be done sparingly (every 2-3days) and take a few months off. It also may take a few months to really start to see peak benefits, such as increased memory recall, clarity and improved vocabulary. You may get immediate benefits, but peak results will take time to transform. Morning glory seeds (LSA) are also a great micro-dosing alternatives. There is a TEKK that allows you to attract it with alcohol and you can micro-dose the liquid in a secured bottle without throwing up or having severe diarrhea or other side effects. I intend to actually share it on the forum. And no, I haven't micro-dosed Salvia - heard the devil made it himself.
  5. For me though, even a small drop, I feel the effects. So, it does matter person-to-person. I would try and start with 5 drops from a syringe (or whatever method you are using to micro-dose). If no effects in a week, I'd increase to 10-15 drops from a 15-30ml bottle. Even with smaller amounts, ayahuasca works on your body in weird ways and still may give you insight on how to improve other thing(s) further - which will directly increase work performance and other goals / ambitions for the long-run.
  6. Initially, it was a micro-dose, because those experiences took months to build up. Of course, I've taken more and gradually pushed for more direct experiences. But yes, you can take a few drops of Ayahuasca (from a 15-30ml bottle) and gain clarity, increased memory and focus. So yes, you can take much smaller amounts and gain benefits without the mini-trip experiences.
  7. Psychedelics is not a pointer, but a pre-requisite for any profound and radical insight to consciousness. Psychedelics can also create increased states of consciousness, which are permanent. But, you wouldn't know that if you are still scared of the dark and still leave the lights on at night when you go to bed. Morale of the story, most of you are scared shitless of psychedelics and finding anyway to avoid it with bullshit.
  8. I wouldn't mix LSD with Iboga unless you want to go to spiritual hell. If you are already questioning it, don't do it - unless you are extremely confident in yourself. You have to be 100% self-assured. Keep that shit separate for now. Alternatively, you can take Iboga and after a few days or weeks, take LSD to see if it improves your experience. Then, gradually scale it with micro-dosing Iboga + LSD. But, both probably binds to the same brain receptors and could 100X the LSD experience. Be careful.
  9. Yes, Ayahuasca is suitable for micro-dosing and hardcore contemplating. Ayahuasca also loves to play on fears, so you may come face-to-face with them. You may even gain profound insights and/or trauma releasing experiences. Only micro-dose Ayahuasca if you are looking for intermediary psychedelic experience that does not give you insane trips, but you will have mini-trips. So far, the biggest benefits is trauma release, mental clarity, increased intelligence and memory recall.
  10. IQ is extremely overrated and disrespectful to what psychedelics can actually give you. It's like asking Lucifer for a cow for your soul.
  11. I concur. Slowly work your way up and get a good trip sitter. I went to eternal hell the last time I took a big-balls dose of LSD.
  12. @kamwalker I HIGHLY recommend that you take a break and contemplate your fears. Fears is a blockage and you won't go any further with being afraid. Then you have to ask yourself if it's worth going beyond. If yes, start tackling those fears. Otherwise, you can experiment with those psychedelics. Ayahuasca is a great alternative. @catcat69123 Crossing your legs with your eye closed with a Buddhist dress on is worse than psychedelics. I would never depend on my ass going numb, waiting 10 years and climbing on a mountain just to experience 0.0000000000000001% of a psychedelics trip. Get real.
  13. Yes, you can develop gut-feeling by doing prana-breathing exercises that focuses primarily on your stomach. You can clear blockages with your breathe, so you can feel intuitive more deeply and intuitively. Of course, nothing beats psychedelics. Also, trauma and depression can live in the gut and block you from further intuitive thinking. It can also block you from profound psychedelic insights.
  14. Very interesting trip report. Weed is the most underrated psychedelic and for some odd reason, I'm ultra sensitive to it. I cannot smoke weed without getting a psychedelic experience, it's impossible. For me specifically, I get insane visuals. Visuals that you cannot human-imagine. I had become God's infinite imagination, but with more visuals that differs from prior psychedelics. It was God being a infinite imaginative psychopath. Sad I didn't write down this trip after it happened.
  15. Sounds like DMT to me. You can always buy a DMT Spot kit which will color code and identify if it's DMT or not. Best of wishes and good journeys ahead.