A new drug that is believed to have been engineered in a legal testing facility in Oregon. It was originally developed as a cure for Alzheimer's disease but was quickly proven to be unhelpful. It is made up of two components. The first is tablet pieces, or "rocks" containing LSI, a cousin of LSD, and placebin, another drug with some hallucinogenic qualities that is mainly used to stabilize the formula. The other is a solution of carbonate compounds and natural stimulants that is often blue in color, leading to it's nickname: "blue magic potion". It is most often taken by dropping the rocks down a glass tube or plastic straw which rests under the tongue. The potion is then dripped down the straw with an eyedropper, and "puddled" under the tongue along with the rocks. The mixture of the two creates a chemical reaction that gives a fizzing feeling in the mouth. Users spit out the liquid when the rocks have disintegrated since swallowing may lead to vomitting and/or foaming. The effects of firefly take place 5-10 seconds after use. Users feel as if they are floating or submerged underwater, and most notably see colorful lights, which is why the drug is called firefly. Other effects are jitters, lightheadedness, dizziness, and slurred speech. The trip lasts for about 10-20 minutes while the overall high may go on for up to an hour after. Firefly doesn't seem to have any long term effects, however, it is a very new drug and many things about it have yet to be discovered.
Firefly is still extremely rare, especially on the east coast, and prices are usually between 60-80 dollars for 1/8 of an ounce of rocks. The potion is cheaper, usually about $20 for a cup.
We should get together this weekend and puddle some of this sleek firefly