Metocin (4-HO-MET)


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4-HO-MET is a lesser known psychedelic drug that was synthesized by Alexander Shulgin, known by many as the godfather of psychedelics. It is chemically similar to psilocin (the active ingredient in psilocybin mushrooms).

Subjective effects include geometric visual hallucinations, time distortion, enhanced introspection, and ego loss. Users typically describe 4-HO-MET as a more recreational version of psilocybin mushrooms or psilocin (4-HO-DMT) due to its less serious headspace and greater emphasis on visual effects.

I discovered Metocin earlier this year and have to say I'm absolutely blown away by this compound. I describe it as a mix between magic mushrooms and LSD. The best part about it is the compound only lasts 4-6 hours, which is why I coined the term 'the gentlemans mushroom'. This is the type of psychedelic you could ingest at 5PM after getting home from work and be in bed by midnight.

If you ever have the opportunity to try 4-HO-MET, definitely give it a go.


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Wow, I gotta say, at my age I'm pretty much done experimenting with substances, I know the ones I loke and I stick to those, this is the first like 4 or 5 years that I actually feel myself drawn to try something

I'll have to try and locate it, im suuuper curious about the dosage
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