Yesterday I went to an afterhour and for the second time (first time being about 2 months ago) I accidentally drank from a bottle that surely contained a drug that I don't know about. For the first time, within a minute of drinking the water (which had a really acid taste that felt like it pierced my tongue), I started having intense visual hallucinations. My friends' faces were transforming into birds and animals, and the walls were melting. It lasted for about 4 hours before I went home. Yesterday, the same thing happened but the hallucinations were different and it only lasted 2 hours. When I got up after drinking from the bottle, time literally froze and I walked through the crowd but nobody was moving, and once I reached my friends everything continued. The hallucinations weren't really like the first time, the surfaces weren't melting, but I saw some people move some pianos and some tables. Things got blurry as well from times to times. There were also auditive hallucinations because I could hear the furnitures scrape on the floor. In the end I decided to leave because I was starting to see zombies. In both cases I was able to stay calm and to control the hallucinations, so I didn't have a badtrip and I didn't feel any other symptoms than the hallucinations. In both cases I was also pretty intoxicated (2 or 3 mdmas), but not feeling bad at all prior to drinking the unidentified bottles. I am 21 years old and I have no records of bad mental issues, except maybe for a little depression 8 months ago that I was able to overcome without antidepressants. My usual consomation of mdma is maybe once every two or three months, and rarely in the summer twice a month, but that only happened once before. I have never experienced a bad experience on mdma alone, I can easily sleep after a trip and don't have any heart palpitations.
My question is: what kind of drug did I take, and is it possible that I have a medical condition that could have triggered these hallucinations? I know I have to be more careful when I go out, but I want to know if these unfortunate events are a sign of a possible mental illness.
I am not totally worried because with rest, water and food I woke up feeling fine, but I'd like to have an educated guess on what happened.
Thank you for your time.
Wondering what caused my hallucinations?
The issue with recreational drugs; especially MDMA is that there is no quality control and no guarantee that what you think you took was what you thought. There are so many amphetamine analogues and mixtures some of which are extremely dangerous. It will definitely damage your brain over the long term.
Buy a home test kit or don't do it. Nothing is worth brain damage.
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