About NBOMe

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What can NBOMe feel like?

NBOMe drugs can make you feel like you have taken LSD, but the effects take longer to kick in. You might experience hallucinations, distortions of reality, euphoria, strong empathy or love, panic or nausea. The effects of NBOMe drugs can last 4–10 hours depending on your body. Overdose is common with these drugs as it can be very hard to get the dose right.

Remember, a low dose for one person can be a high dose for another as people’s bodies process drugs differently. 

Pleasant effects

Unpleasant effects

Changes in senses and perception

Euphoria

Hallucinations

Increased sense of touch

Relaxed and calm

Irritable and agitated

Confused

Disoriented

Anxious

Paranoid

Hallucinations

Increased heartrate

Sweating

Nauseous

Pleasant effects

Unpleasant effects

Increased euphoria

Increased relaxation, feeling ‘out of it’

Intense changes in senses and perception

Aggressive

Disturbing hallucinations

Intensely sweaty or very hot or very cold

Increasingly confused

Insomnia

Memory loss

Increasingly nauseous

Vomiting

Feeling panicked or having panic attacks

Increasingly anxious

Increasingly paranoid

Tremors

Pleasant effects

Unpleasant effects

 

High fever

Being unable to speak

Severely paranoid

Severely anxious

Severe rapid heartrate

Severe tremors

Unable to control your body movements

Suicidal thoughts or attempting suicide

Difficulty breathing

Seizures

Losing consciousness

Very aggressive

Acting violently

A Reddit user talks about one of their first experiences with NBOMe:

“These tabs were unevenly dosed, some were correct and some were so strong that you would black out and feel like you disconnected from your body and come back all confused.”

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