A woman who tripped for 34 hours on LSD after taking 550 times the normal dose said the drug cured her pain from chronic Lyme disease
During the first 12 hours, the woman blacked out for most of it, but remembered vomiting a lot.
- A woman overdosed, but didn’t die, after consuming 550 times an average dose of the psychedelic drug LSD. She had mistaken it as cocaine and ended up tripping for 34 hours.
- Following her overdose, the woman microdosed LSD and found it eliminated her chronic pain, a symptom of her Lyme disease.
- Other psychedelics like DMT and psilocybin also have been shown to manage conditions, like anxiety and depression. (See link for article)
Case report found here: https://www.jsad.com/doi/10.15288/jsad.2020.81.115
She’d stopped taking morphine for five days after her LSD experience, and then her chronic pain returned, so she decided to take the morphine again but at a lower dose, and to also microdose LSD, every three days. A microdose of LSD is about a quarter of the typical 10-milligram dose and doesn’t cause a hallucinogenic effect.
Three years later, the woman was able to completely stop using morphine to manage her pain and said she had no withdrawal symptoms.
The pain Lyme/MSIDS can cause is of a magnitude that makes life unbearable.
I remember the story of a woman with Lyme who went into the garage, took a hammer and broke all her fingers on one hand to get her mind off her shoulder pain.