First time with Molly… come down with depression?

yakult (@yakult) 8 years, 3 months ago

I rolled for the first time about almost 2 days ago. Best experience of my life. I’ve heard a lot about it and sad to say, did it quite impulsively under peer pressure, but I don’t regret it, because the high was honestly amazing. At first I didn’t know what to expect and my friends told me not to think about what it was going to do. We were just doing a house roll. I just went about my business when all of a sudden (about 20 mins) I had to throw up. The nausea hit me so I ran to the toilet and started puking. It wasn’t a lot, but while I was puking my vision started to blur really bad. It wasn’t just blurring, but it would have intense moments of my vision shifting very quickly from right to left, almost like a blitz feeling. Then it would clear. Then it would blitz and clear blitz and clear. All while I was puking. Once I stopped puking, my vision continued doing this. However, I wasn’t dizzy. My vision would do the blitzing thing but I would still be aware of everything and clear-headed. My boyfriend came in to check on me and freaked out because he said he could see my pupils were dilated huge, and my eyeballs were twitching left to right and rolling back into my head sometimes. I was scared but I also found it fun.

After about another 10 minutes, my vision slowly settled and I felt like I had a lot of energy. I was feeling on top of the world. My hands were clammy but my arms and my legs felt really light, so I kept lifting my hands up over my head. We were listening to music and I just naturally started bouncing along to the music. Everything felt really really good. My head was tingly but it wasn’t uncomfortable. When we went for a walk I felt like skipping instead. We turned down the lights and my friend used our phones to do a small light show which was still awesome. One of the best nights of my life.

I took this on the last night of a holiday, and stayed up all night to leave in the morning. I was starting to come down I think about a full 7 or 8 hours after taking it. I was wondering if first time molly users get depressed after, and if they do, when does it hit? I cannot tell if I am feeling super upset and anxious because of molly or because I’m simply upset that my (awesome) holiday is over. Reading other forums it seems you are not supposed to feel depressed until 4-5 days after ingesting molly, but I felt kinda down only a day after. Furthermore people say first time molly users usually do not experience the depression. My appetite has also been non-existent until now to the point where I can feel gastric coming on but still have no urge to eat anything. Last night I was reading about all this when I started feeling short of breath and really worried. After sleeping it off I woke up this morning feeling better, but I’m still curious. I would hate it if the real depression hasn’t even hit me yet.

Anyone knows?

August 18, 2013 at 2:42 am
prescott (3) (@justinsawn) 8 years, 3 months ago ago

I’ve been there :( I hope you feel better soon, those have been some of the darkest depressions I’ve ever been in. I would recommend lots of water! Take some vitamins, antioxidants (some tea! yummy yummy) try to eat if you can get your favorite food, your body needs it to function. Your brain is adjusting to not being super-flooded with awesome juices, you’re going to be okay :)

listen to some good music

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Dan Tm (1) (@inconsistentdan) 8 years, 3 months ago ago

Its a bit hit and miss, sometimes you’ll feel fine all week, maybe even still a bit buzzing! But sometimes its pretty vile, especially if you have to work or something that unsettles you but this feeling lasts between a day and maybe 3 days? Just chill out, relax, maybe smoke some weed, itll all be good!

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Filip (2,818)M (@filipek) 8 years, 3 months ago ago

@yakult, Like with all drugs you can only trust your own experience. Everybody experiences these substances in different ways, cause we have different bodies with different metabolism and digestion systems. There is nothing normal or abnormal here, what you experience is just how you experience the after effects, or the effects. If you do not like it, then do not do it, if you do like it, then continue doing it, however be careful not to get addicted and your life getting controlled by the substance.

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Anonymous (2) (@) 8 years, 3 months ago ago

It’s all great experiences, but remember, the first time is always the sweetest, so don’t get caught in the web, have at least a few weeks break between rolling sessions. Every time, no matter how fun, it gives a little less and takes a little more.

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