doesn't sound like a healthy option to me, if the lethal dose can be as little as 5 or 6 times an active oral dose, really. Having said that, an occasional normal dose may not be harmful and sounds like it could be lots fo fun.
You and me both, meu amigo. So far this sounds like it might be the enchanted chemical I've been yearning for all my life. (Or at least since I hit puberty and began learning of the joys of altered states of consciousness.)morninggloryseed said:Someone send me some damnit!
BE CAREFUL with this compound, I experienced a strange weakness of the body shortly after the trials, not sure if it is compound related (onset of agranulocytosis) or because of my overly stressful time, but the warning bells went on. It surely is not a relaxer...
Doses tried were 120 and 132mg of the acetat, about a month apart. I'm not at peace yet with the compound, but I will give it another shot when set and setting is perfect. An hour or so it gives perfect euphoria but then goes over the top (TIHKAL gives good descriptions). Its close to MDMA in a way, but lacks the visual. At least the auditory is there. The headspace is psychedelic in a way but gets easily overlooked. "Stimulant without the CV and psychedelic without the visuals".
I'm currently in an overload of work and projects and don't find time to post/read.
Keep the people on the Forum alert to watch the body closely, and to spread exepriments sufficiently apart. You can post this if you will.
It was withdrawn as an antidepressant in the 60's because of fatal cases of agranulocytosis. Hardly an insugnificant side effectIt seems pretty consistent and safe to me with regards to dose and person.
They both proved lethal (though I survived, AMT that is).
I believe someone on another forum analysed one of these pills they were selling as "AET" (*-tryptamine first, then changed the name..) and it was found to just contain some amphetamine.I'd like to point out that this alleged "alpha-ethyl triazole" was first marketed under the name "alpha-ethyl tryptamine." But gee, it turns out that alpha-ethyl tryptamine is illegal in the country in which it was being sold. So who knows WTF it really is?
This is so ironic. We have a running joke when we are on the ET. One of my buddies did the waking dream thing. Well we were joking around about the priest calling on the phone. After a while my buddy started actually beleiving it and he was outside on the phone having a totla conversation with the priest and he was serious. So we have a running joke now when we are tuned on "the priest wants to talk you". So that is pretty ironic and funny that you cracked that joke.fastandbulbous said:Ooh, does this mean we can call a priest in order to perform an exorcism?
I have had quite a few experiences with both and I can assure you that ET does not give you that MT hangover. It is highly favored and desired among test subjects for the reason that it gives little or no hangover.I haven't yet tried AET, but I just used AMT in a rather large dose yesterday and I can definitely say that my body is experiencing significant and almost debilitating weakness today, even though I got a good 7 hours of sleep (which is quite high for me). It's gotten better by now, as I've had a cup of coffee, but I had a very difficult time getting moving this morning. It was quite unpleasant.