It was the negative comments that made him want to try it. The users were complaining that the Nuf had worked though they weren’t using those words.
Nuf: Known as the 21st century LSD. It was created in a laboratory in Arizona and mass produced somewhere in Southern China.
The warnings were clear:
Not for the mentally fragile; inexperienced users should start with small doses; to be taken when comfortably installed, for example, on a couch. It is strongly recommended that the user empty their bladder before starting the experience.
The effects create the sensation of an out-of-body experience while actual movement is almost impossible during the 12 to 24 hours of the trip.
The negative comments came from the users who ignored the warnings: taking large doses for their first experience or trying to use it as a party drug.
Reading the user comments he realized that the description was misleading. The so called out-of-body experience was really more like lucid dreaming. You thought you were moving around, doing things in a surreal world when in fact you were frozen in place. He also read that it explained the empty-bladder suggestion. Only the physically getting up part of going to the bathroom was a hallucination.