The I Doser Dose Anesthesia 1 starts out strong, not ear piercing, but not quite pleasant. The mood you get right off the bat is comparable to that of out of body experience 1. A high pitched resonating sound that immediately drags you in resonated through my headphones. I mind immediately went blank and this high pitched sound created an image in my head. I could faintly see a bright fluorescent light, and I immediately associated the sound, and the light with an operating room. To be more exact I felt like I was in a dentist’s chair waiting to get my first cavity filled again. I related what was going on to the closest experience I have had with this sort of thing.
The loud noise was accompanied by a bunch of random mechanical sounds and lots of constant static. I noticed that the roof of my mouth had started throbbing. The mechanical sounds I was hearing mixed in with a louder, lower pitched resonating base that continually made the roof of my mouth throb. It was the only thing I could focus on, as long as the sounds continued playing how they were, the throbbing would not go away.
After another wave of mechanical sounds, the throbbing stopped. It wasn’t, throb-throb-throb-throb, it was now a spaced out throb. *Throb. . . . Throb . . . . Throb. . .* But there was no pain associated with it anymore. Either it was slowing down, or it just didn’t register anymore, I no longer felt anything.
Shortly after, the throbbing ceased entirely. I began to check my limbs subconsciously for movement. No response from my legs at all. I wondered if they were numb or if I had to overcome some force in order to move them. I tried moving my left leg, as I was laying down half Indian style, my left leg at an angle, and my right leg stretched all the way out. I tried moving my left leg outward and was totally stuck. I really started to wonder if the anesthesia dose was having an effect on my bodily movement.
I tried again to move my leg and could feel my foot slowly lift, but not move. I struggled to move even my foot, in an attempt to straighten my leg, but as I kept on trying to move it, I felt like I was exerting more force and move it nowhere.
While this was going on, I experienced something really insane. With the ongoing battle to straighten my leg, my head felt like it had a molten core, no skull, no jaw, nothing but magma being turned over and over. I felt like everything inside my head was front flipping over and over but my head and entire body were completely still. Finally I gave up trying to move my leg because I associated it with the front flipping that was going in on my head and was relieved of everything. To be honest, I don’t know what was playing at this time, I don’t remember the music even. This was something real, but when I tried again to move my foot I succeeded, and that ended my trip pretty much.
I don’t know exactly what happened. The rest of the trip just mellowed me out. The sounds would change and my body would respond slightly to it, but that one intense battle I had, was worth every second spent listening to anesthesia. I imagine every trip is going to be different, it’s going to be a while until I come back to this one. I want to use it every once in a while when I really want to trip out.
The I Doser Dose Anesthesia 1 is really amazing. It is extremely strong, or at least it was for me. Make sure you are in a nice environment when you do it. I was lying in bed before bed when I had this trip. I Doser doesn’t work for everyone, but it does work. Give it a try.
You can download this trip and many more, even get two free I doser doses, when you download the I Doser software. I highly recommend Anesthesia 1 and you can download it right here.