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So last night I dropped 5 hits of lsd and I'm considering taking some cubensis mushrooms today because I have the rest of the weekend off from work. I know that supposedly, the mushrooms will have minimal, or atleast decreased effects. However, I have never done this before myself (tripped two days in a row), so I really have no clue based on own experience. Basically, I'm just wondering if any of you have tripped two days in a row and if so, what did you think? were the effects minimalized?
I think this is mostly impacted by the person, and their body. I have fried on acid 3 days in a row, which I did not notice any decrease in potency. I have dosed mushrooms twice in a row, within a day of each other, and noticed only minimal differences. This may be due to the fact that each mushroom is different in potency, though. I have had times as well where a "day after dosing" dose, turned up no results, and proved to be a waste of mushrooms. I do not know about acid one day, and mushrooms the next; I wish I did so I could be more help to you. Good luck, hopefully you will get some positive feedback.
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