psychedelic depression

Discussion in 'Magic Mushrooms' started by Deleted member 126, May 27, 2004.

  1. i feel like ever since i had a bad depressing trip i have tended to feel depressed long after the trip. what are long term effects of doing shrooms while depressed, and can shrooms unlock or cause depression. how long will it last?????
  2. white ginger

    white ginger Senior Member

    its not about how long it will last
    its when you decide to heal

    I've gone through something like this
    If you want help feel free to ask me
  3. Ocean Byrd

    Ocean Byrd Artificial Energy

    I heard that shrooms can cause problems with serotonin levels; don't know how to help you though.
  4. sag aloo

    sag aloo Member

    I kinda lost it on mushrooms needed therapy & meds after
  5. white ginger

    white ginger Senior Member

    yeah I got put on celexa for a while, but then I smoked pot again after like 2 months and I remembered how to cry so I poured that shit down the toilet.

    meds are bullshit. They shrink your mind and they're unhealthy, the day after I poured them down the drain, there were these big warning things saying "FDA ISSUES WARNING AGAINST ANTI-DEPRESSANTS"
    theyre shit, don't take them. You have the power to heal yourself. And if you decide to, nothing can stop you.
  6. cotter builds

    cotter builds Member

    shrooms brought me out of some depressed feelings......and i felt much more enlightened ever since then
  7. They are a very powerful healing tool.
  8. seamonster66

    seamonster66 discount dracula

    I had a horrible time on shrooms once, I nearly cut all of my hair off and maybe cut myself. It lingered with me for maybe a week afterwards. It was both a physical and mental feeling that was very very dark. That was the only bad one I had though.
  9. mine wasnt that bad, i had mostly depressed feelings, felt very anxious/paranoid at times, and felt like i was goin nuts. but i calmed myself down, think i just took too much to fast. i wasnt in the right mindframe, i think it was me doin them too much. i havent done them for a while, i will do them again eventually when i feel better and try to work things out.
  10. WeeDMaN

    WeeDMaN a pothead

    Ive had shit like that once, had I girl I liked, ate too many shrooms, had a trip and thought about not seeing her again and not being able to go through with life, I was depressed after, I just smoked a couple joints and listened to some music in the dark every night for an hour or two. I got over the depressing feeling and now Im happy then ever.
  11. Psilodelix

    Psilodelix Member

    I've had a psychedelic depression once... lasted about 2 weeks... I had finished a shroom trip that I was not too impressed with and felt I had a lot of unanswered questions.

    It was all cured with a massive shroom trip at the end of spring break. I finished all of those conclusions that I had been working on and have felt amazing ever since.
  12. piolinho

    piolinho Member

    i wonder if after a really bad trip (no details; take too long, but died several times), with magic mushroom, that happened two years ago, i may experience now a nervous breakdown. Is there anyone who can tell me if a link exists between magic mushrooms and serotonine?
    many thanks
  13. i know psilocybin does sumpthing to your serotonin but im not sure if it depletes any of it, but i think it does. try takin some 5-htp you can get it at a vitamin shop. i think having a bad trip will cause you sum discontentment for a while afterward because you have to work out what caused it and why it happened. maybe they were telling you sumpthing.
  14. geckopelli

    geckopelli Senior Member

    The best cure is a corrective trip.

    a smaller amount in a secure setting with someone you trust to guide your trip. Your guide should not be on shrooms unless VERY experienced.

    Three old hippy/deadheads I know and I took a dozen 18-20 year-olds to the beach and dosed them good on the 4th.

    A couple of them had a bit of a rough time, but it was easily handled (even though I was WASTED completley) because they trust me implicitly.

    One guy had never even smoked a joint. I dosed the shit out of him, and he had an incredible time- becuase he was surrounded by friends he trusted.
  15. exactly after my bad trip, i slowly took low doses, i still had feelings of anxiety and all that but it wasnt bad because i was in control. just last night i uped the dose to 2g and had a great trip and now i feel better about everything, i feel like i can go back into a trip with control and calmness. there are rules you must follow, dont be ignorant, and respect the mushroom.
  16. Moonjava

    Moonjava Senior Member

    I did them once and felt paranoid afterwards. Like when the phone would ring or something I'd just get a bad feeling. That was like 7 months ago, though... I'm doing better now. :)
  17. sPiNtHeDiSc

    sPiNtHeDiSc Member

    Usually on bad trips I can't "lose myself in the moment". I find that im always worried that I can only think about the future, and in the future ill be doing the same thing..."Theres no way to escape this..." and thats when I start to panic.
    Well sometimes i get that feeling after doing certain drugs...its a horrible feeling...
  18. I think that before you trip you should start fasting 1 to 2 days before the trip to clear your head. then meditate some the day of the trip and relax and stay calm.
  19. LostChord

    LostChord Member

    meditate the day before... then before you eat them, then when they kick in, then when you come down, then keep going afterwards to get a true understanding of your experiences

    shit man.. f'n meditate everyday
  20. mebesideme

    mebesideme Member

    I never have a bad trip on shrooms. I sometimes get really paranoid around small groups of people, like 5-10. In public though, I don't have a problem. As far as what is causing your depression, it probably insnt the drugs themselves, but a problem you are having that the drugs make more evident. In general, if you are depressed, physically sick, or have any type of problem that may affect you physically or mentally, drugs aren't what you should be doing. If life isn't so hot now, take a break, get back to reality, get on track, and then try shrooms again. The only problems drugs can create are caused by doing too many, and not doing what you should be doing in life.

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