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Black pepper overdose



Type of Spiritual Experience


Number of hallucinations: 1


One things that appears to mark the recreational drug user from other people is that they appear to be happy to try anything in overdose proportions to see what happens! And because nutmeg has a reputation for giving hallucinations, the logic of the recreational drug user says – ‘ah a spice, I wonder if any other spices do the same?’ so the next thing that happens is that they overdose on black pepper!!

And the answer is that they are poisoned

A description of the experience

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i tried an experiment to see if i was on to something, using myself as the guinea pig. i ingested a "recreational" dose of nutmeg four different times, two with nutmeg only and twice with nutmeg and black pepper. heres what happened:

-with nutmeg alone, a strong cannabis-like stoned feeling started about 2 hrs. after ingestion, peaking at about 7-8 hrs. after ingestion. typical "nutmeg high" with a heavy stoned feeling, mild cannabis like CEVs, alcohol-like intoxication/impairment, bloodshot eyes, dry mouth, increased hunger, and sedation. These effects happened both times nutmeg was ingested alone.

-nutmeg with black pepper(contains piperidine and other compounds that can affect drug metabolism), effects came on slightly slower, about 3-3.5 hrs. instead of a pot like high, i felt slightly restless. things around me started to "stand out" more and i noticed the textures and details of things and surfaces more. effects started to increase quicker, and i reached a "peak" at about 6-7 hrs. after ingestion. instead of the stoned feeling from nutmeg alone, i felt as if i was tripping out. significant CEVs and moderate OEVs of LSD-like nature including walls breathing, 3-D like depth perception, patterns apon closed eyes and open eyes if you don't focus, and hearing distortion similar to MDMA as well. mentally i felt peaceful, euphoria, "waves" of thoughts and mental imagery, vivid imagination and daydreams, and unusual thinking patterns. physical side effects included moderate pupil dilation, dry mouth, restlessness, body load, decreased hunger, and alternating warm and cold sensations. these effects happen both times nutmeg was ingested with black pepper.

i think i'm really on to something here, as the effects of adding black pepper were significantly different.

The source of the experience


Concepts, symbols and science items



Science Items

Activities and commonsteps



Eating nutmeg


Black pepper