Tag Archives: DXM

Chad’s DXM Report # 2 : “I realized that tripping is a beautiful process of mind revealing itself to mind…”

9 Oct

Dark Side of the Moon by Jorgiim

  This last Sunday I made another trip / experiment with DXM. This time I purchased four bottles of the Robitussin Cough Gels for a grand total of 1200 mg of DXM. I made a few mistakes. I always make sure that I’m doing well both physically and mentally before I trip. The truth was […]

Chad’s DXM Report # 1 : “My mind felt as if it were floating away from my body”

8 Oct

Photo by Kyle Kruchok

  First the basics of a good DXM trip. Found this out by a mixture of web research and personal experimentation. 1. Check your local drug store for Robitussin Cough Gels. These are ideal for tripping purposes. You don’t have to worry about getting sick by having to drink a lot of nasty cough medicine […]

Part I: A Psychonaut’s Guide to the Invisible Landscape: Joining the Hive Mind, Seeing Your Dreams, Crushing the Ego and… Meeting the Dead?

14 Jun

In A Psychonaut’s Guide to the Invisible Landscape: The Topography of the Psychedelic Experience, author Dan Carpenter makes many startling claims based on his experiences with the dissociative psychedelic DXM. (Yep, dextromethorphan – the stuff of cough syrup!) He’s not simply having a subjective journey inside his mind; DXM actually takes him to an objective […]

Part II: A Psychonaut’s Guide to the Invisible Landscape: Can We Trust Our Own Experiences?

14 Jun

A Psychonaut’s Guide to the Invisible Landscape

  All the questions brought up in this book answer to a bigger question, perhaps the biggest question of all: Can we trust our own subjective experiences? This innocent-sounding question is one of enormous implication. At times when I read his words I thought to myself that if I accept what he says, than by […]