The first thing that hit me was that I didn’t appear to be hallucinating. At least not in the same way I had done in the past. This time my mind was completely clear yet yet I wasn’t in the room that had started in at the beginning of the trip. Instead I was in a room in my parents’ old house. This house is many, many miles away; in fact I’m not even sure if it’s still standing. This was my childhood home, a place of many happy memories and much laughter.
I was able to walk around this old house, smelling the things I used to smell: seeing the things I used to see. It was like I was there once again.
I came around from the trip by myself crying uncontrollably; not through any sadness or through being upset, but purely from the nostalgia of being in that old house once again. I have never since experienced similar trips; recent trips have been of a standard hallucination type. The whole experience has served to remind me, however, that Salvia is truly a unique drug and a Salvia trip a very unique experience.
I’m fairly inquisitive man, and I am desperately interested to discover what it is that happens to my mind when I trip on salvia. Scientists in America have only just started to examine the drug and its effects, and they are finding surprising results. Unfortunately if politicians of lawmakers across the country have their way, this research will have to stop: Salvia will be banned for good. I truly wish that this never happens, but I’m not holding out much hope.
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