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Too old to use be labeled an addict by John Funnerdedge - Thu, 03 Nov 2016 21:37:08 EST ID:D6Pkji5b No.28654 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Has anyone else had this epiphany dropped on their head like a heavy cinderblock being dropped on their noggin that scrambles your neurons for a minute and makes you think " hey i'm getting too old for this shit". This sobering up isn't something I want to do but yet i'm so fucking sick of all the whispering thoughts in my head telling me 'your in your late twenties and still base your life around your drug stash'.

It's others peoples supposed opinions that bother me the most and have me into this new mindset. I get bad ringing in my ears with random people who have said shit to me during my active phases of addiction like 'you did it to yourself' and 'you're a drain on the medical system because you just keep doing the same drugs and you become you choose to be an addict.

I have spent many nights in the E.R. in my city not out of choice but out of concerned individuals not understanding the pharmacology of drugs and automatically assuming that you acting physically different than the excepted signs of being drunk off your ass and stoned is life threatening. I'm lucky I live in a country that has free health care because i wouldn't be paying a dime for all the catheters and charcoal shoved down my throat when it wasn't needed because some concerned individual didn't understand drug pharmacology.

I would estimate my 20+ wasted tax dollar visits to the E.R. due to un-educated idiots has fermented in my brain that i can't be a drug user in this society without moving country or joining a hard rock band. These visits have been hilarious and ridiculous. Proclaiming you feel like a god = an ER visit, stumbling around when you haven't drank any alcohol requires an ER visit (even when you have an msds of possible physical effects lying next to you while you fumble around in the kitchen to wash down your RC powder with water. Letting others in that you may see fractals and have an ego death = ER visit.

Should I just find a cave to do drugs in and just chill there with a nice warm fire pit where no one will wisk me away to the E.R. for exploring my consciousness or should I just give up and grow up? I will give up for now until society has a more liberal view of drug experimentation. I will play the game. I have tapered myself off of weed, caffeine and cold turkey'd benzos, cigs and ssri's and will be a walking zombie till the zombie apocalypse happens then i'll feed on the blood of all the ignorant assholes who spit on me for choosing to explore my consciousness in other ways then swigging liquor and puffing reefer.

My personal opinion is these people are unhappy that they spend 90% of their time on a company treadmill and they feel the need to lash out on drug users who only want a few tokes and some shitty food and a water fountain to make them happy. Did they not do that to themselves also? they bought into the bullshit model that working to profit a company is a worthwhile life and then they realize it was all a ploy and that makes them want us edge-dwellers to experience the same or worse.

I will give up my dope and be miserable like the rest of the treadmill heard but i'll find great satisfaction in mocking the values of these clean cut individuals to the very core. Go smoke your cigarettes and drink your coffee you do-gooders and believe you're living a clean fulfilling life driving luxury cars and re-routing your addictions to social networking and shallow compliments between your cigarette withdrawals and coffee fixes.

i tapered off of caffeine and weed and cold turkeyed benzos , RC's and nicotine. This signifies to me I have the resolve to do things both in full and half measures. I needed to experience tapering off of drugs and cold turkeying off of them to program into my brain that i'm not an impulsive p.o.s.
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Charles Somblepet - Thu, 10 Nov 2016 05:23:22 EST ID:I93oCQwx No.28672 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think to exist in the material world we have to play some sort of game. Total authenticity is reserved for when we leave the physical plane. There are some places that will be more tolerant to drug use but less tolerant to other things. To find our place in this world we have to identify what things are most important to us and what things we're prepared to sacrifice. It's also finding what things are worth fighting for, but resisting the urge to get bitter when the fight isn't being won as quickly as we'd like it to be. Just do your best, you sound like you're in a great spot. Everything in moderation. Don't give things up out of fear but rather a commitment to improving yourself and unlocking the greatest possible circumstances for you in a world where you simply can't have it all. It's all about awareness, and you can't have true awareness if you stay locked in one perspective all the time. Good luck
Fucking Suddleson - Thu, 10 Nov 2016 14:46:23 EST ID:2BGyI4Ve No.28674 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I didn't even bother reading past your first few lines to go yeah I know that feel. Frankly it's true of almost everybody, I think, that by your mid to late twenties, early thirties maximum latest, that everybody has started to get this feel. By your thirties you're supposedly a much more stable human being, in that all your paths are kind of set and I think for most of us the only reason we continue to use is either a) out of sheer habit, or b) out of self medication. I need to quit smoking too and I'd say with a couple of glaring counter examples aside I mostly reached that point around age 27 where I wasn't even bothering to get high and possibly as early as 25 started focusing exclusively on self medicating. Of course I'm also a rather depressive and soulless person right now so even booze or weed gives me absolutely no pleasure whatsoever.
Dindu Nutthinwrongus - Fri, 11 Nov 2016 08:02:46 EST ID:qjfS/O+l No.28679 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Your post is really well put. Your state of being is something I can relate to.

Being out of that state because I have "moved on" is what I can advise you to do in your own pace. Not rushing is important, because it seems you got a lot of anger behind all this.

If you think you can force it you're actually not moving forward. Surrendering to the cosmic forces and healing process is the biggest nut anyone can crack when they've reached that point, and trust me, it takes time to figure it out. Surrendering sounds kinda negatively, in this rat-race as second post mentioned, don'tcha think? The ego cannot love, and it's only love that can heal us.

I can't advise you for any step you may take in whatever direction you need. I can only say this: You really first begin to understand how deep in the hole you've got when you begin to climb it. Mistakes are important to realize, reflect on and then forgive to move on. Asking for forgiveness is a bitch, but is it weakness? I don't think so. Every time I finally asked for forgiveness on something I held on to, I realized it wasn't really anything I should 'stick around' with, anyway, and it was just another boulder stacked onto my back that wasn't any part of me.

Yeah. Piss sour state of being, huh? Well.. Good for you! Looking back there's no doubt you've taken the first step anyway, and the current one is always the hardest. You've not only begun not to just look a bit up, just to sigh over how hard the climb is. You've actually reached "the rock bottom". Not everyone survive that. Some crash and give in to the fear completely, and die.

That, my friend, is admirable. Don't forget it.

Practice meditation. Find yourself. Godspeed and peace.

Question about on and off by Nicholas Clapperville - Wed, 09 Nov 2016 16:20:55 EST ID:mlFsn9yI No.28670 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Say I was a very heavy weed smoker for about 6-9 months, I then took two weeks without weed, then I smoked once daily for two weeks after that, and now I haven't smoked for about 48 days, would that be enough to pass a blood and an urine test? Or am I fucked?
Ian Dommerdan - Wed, 09 Nov 2016 19:39:01 EST ID:W1Yx3R8G No.28671 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Walk to the drug store and buy an at-home drug test and find out.

Also, stop cluttering detox with weed-smoking-faggot posts. Take your kiddy faggotry elsewhere.


Cut off ALL the meds I need? by Dumbfuck McGee - Mon, 24 Oct 2016 10:49:48 EST ID:9MWeYZaE No.28640 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'll try to make this TLDR. I currently am physically addicted to benzodiazepines. I either need to go to a rehab program to go through medical withdrawal or do it myself, carefully tapering myself off. I also use stimulants sometimes. I abuse my Ritalin Prescription and have a friend who always gives me his Adderall. I also do coke about 2x a week on average. I'd like to stop the abuse and addiction.
Only problem is, I have depression and severe anxiety. I also have chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, and a thyroid problem that makes me tired as hell. Can't get out of bed tired.
I'm scared that if I go to a rehab center they will cut me off the Ritalin or anything that will help WAKE ME UP inside and get me through the day. I'm also worried about completely stopping benzos, but shit. They are addictive as hell (to me).
I'm afraid they would send me off from rehab with a prescription for an antidepressant and a therapy recommendation. I don't think I can hold a job without a daily, mild stim. Coffee is not enough, lol.
So, what do, Detox? Anyone have experience with this? Thank you so much in advance.
Priscilla Chagglesune - Tue, 25 Oct 2016 08:09:06 EST ID:l7s37Iyh No.28641 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Are you aware of the benefits of regular cardiovascular exercise and a proper diet? If you are really looking to improve your mood, energy and motivation baselines then I strongly advise you do not overlook these aspects self-improvement. In my experience they are critical to recovery. When you have a somewhat healthy daily routine can you look towards skill seaking/hobbys.
Mushroom-Madness - Sun, 30 Oct 2016 18:23:16 EST ID:KNjGFPts No.28649 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If you have anxiety problem your first step would be to get off the stimulants. Ritalin is the worse for that too. After getting off stimulants you might realize that this was the cause of most of your anxiety. In turn this might allow you to reduce your benzo use.

>get off stim and then taper the benzo and you should be fine

Becoming a cold turkey by James Sozzlesog - Tue, 13 Sep 2016 17:51:29 EST ID:i/XCvB4u No.28535 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How common is severe depression with quitting weed..?
I've been smoking more or less daily since 16-17, I just hit 21 and have been going not more than 3 weeks without clonazepram and weed (it's probably a good idea to state that I've been going very long without the pills and haven't really had a major problem with them) but while it was worst the first couple of days, it has since returned. And I'm talking about the depression ofc.

It's like a wave crushing over me at times, and I've never legit contemplated suicide so much. I mean, I would never do it I hope, but this is so fucking soulcrushing that I'm kinda afraid at times? It's like I'm always hearing shit buzzing around me also, the absence of noise drives me crazy but if anything is remotely high I get antsy. I know it's probably my anxiety kicking in, but it kinda feels like I'm going insane at times.

I suffer from depression and panic attack and have somewhat self-medicated or just plainly abused drugs, so I know that there is going to be some fallout. But this much, just from fucking weed? Is this normal at all or should I just hop on the medication-train at once because I'm severely fucked? I've been meaning to just ride it out for a month or two and start picking up my life, but goddamn guys..
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Henry Druzzletut - Sun, 02 Oct 2016 12:47:36 EST ID:BnPv13E2 No.28596 Ignore Report Quick Reply

If you're suffering from depression and dependent on a drug to self-medicate, the drug isn't really fun anymore, you take it just to feel normal and be able to get through the day without wanting to kill yourself.
Martin Wengerfoot - Thu, 13 Oct 2016 14:34:19 EST ID:2BGyI4Ve No.28616 Ignore Report Quick Reply
No, why is this board so idiotic. What OP is describing is the return of his anxiety and depression, which he has been self medicating for years with pot. Since he has been stopping what he is noticing is the return of what he's been masking for years and since he has gotten used to not dealing with it as the background noise in his life it sounds louder than normal because he isn't used to it anymore.

The only thing that would cause severe rebound anxiety and depression in his case in a clinical sense would be PAWS if he was using benzos heavily enough for years but sounds not to be the case.
Wesley Shittingfield - Tue, 25 Oct 2016 10:36:00 EST ID:SJvsUIUX No.28642 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You are not alone bro, i go through exactly the same shit. Even the age is the same.
I have totally lost control of my life, for the last 4-5 years all my life was smoking hash spliffs and playing video games by myself. Worst thing, it goes as deep as me not having finished any education so far. I hopped from one thing to the other and can't seem to find my way in life. It's been like this for years, and because i was baked all the time, i gave zero fucks. Well i realized that today and want to start quitting this shit, and try to fix whatever life i have left.
Mushroom-Madness - Sun, 30 Oct 2016 18:16:21 EST ID:KNjGFPts No.28648 Ignore Report Quick Reply
stay salty idiot

If weed doesn't cause any withdrawal than there would be no report of physical withdrawals. Over 50 percent of cannabis abusers report these withdrawals. Are you calling all these individuals lairs?

Get off your fucking high horse thinking your a bad ass for going through withdrawals from more addictive drugs.
Shitting Crindernit - Mon, 31 Oct 2016 18:13:11 EST ID:2BGyI4Ve No.28651 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>random detox center website
looks legit bro how about some pubmed?

I am not saying there aren't some physical changes I mean hell even a diet high in sugar can actually be physically addicting and there is science to back that up. What I think you are confusing is what an actual addiction is and what habituation or psychological addiction are.
>depression, anxiety
Some rebound occurs, sure, and I am sure you temporarily have less appetite if you've been smoking grams a day for years, but how many of these people weren't smoking pot for pre-existing syndromes to begin with? Most potheads I know already had something going on to begin with.

> Over 50 percent of cannabis abusers report these withdrawals.
According to whom?
What I am saying is this is a bullshit societal construct being fabricated and I hate it for that exact reason, which is the same reason I attack drug laws, pharmaceutical companies, the DEA, "pot cures cancer" potheads, alcohol, and the court systems and the like. It is a societal stop gap maneouver to try and divert people from the criminal justice system into treatment but the problem is that they all now have to pretend pot is some serious, legitimate, crippling addiction in order to do so. The fact these well meaning peoples' agenda dovetails with those prohibitionist brigades that have been lying about the horrors of Mar--juana for decades only serves to further annoy me.

I am not saying you don't have cravings or altered bodily chemistry. I am not saying gambling addiction isn't real. Or sex. But, at the end of the day, it comes down to your fat ass not making excuses for yourself or getting propped up inside this bullshit culture where all this other ridiculous crap has ensconced itself.

Physically speaking, weed isn't really addicting. Period. You don't generally have physical withdrawals in the sense of classical drug addictions. Your brain and body will have to reformat themselves, as with anything. I also do not deny that gambling, or sex, or food, involves actual neural pathways being reinforced, or the additions of shameful self perception and qualities of guilt and riding those highs and lows, nor do I deny that, in a sense, your lotto ticket or poker addiction has a real physical location in the brain.
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You're not addicted, you're devoted by Emma Suttingfuck - Wed, 05 Oct 2016 18:51:42 EST ID:JWqyopyx No.28603 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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"Originally, the concept of addiction was not associated with drugs or chemical agents. When, in Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, Maria speaks of Olivia as "being addicted to a melancholy,"[190] she means that her mistress is subject to a dominant psychological propensity constituting a kind of devotion, which colors and organizes her other ends. Thus, Maria correctly observes that Malvolio's antics will be disfavorably interpreted in terms of Olivia's dominant psychological bent. In this sense, an addiction has a quasi-religious connotation; it has a devotional centrality in one's system of ends."

This is an important distinction when it comes to answering the question, "why is quitting smoking weed so hard for me?" The answer seems to be that I have devoted myself to the experience it creates.

Devotion is like love: when the lover finds himself without his object of love, life ceases to be interesting and enjoyable and his ability to act and to cope with things is missing until he finds a new object of devotion.

What is your new devotion after quitting weed?
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Mon, 17 Oct 2016 04:38:12 EST ID:DqMZU7iL No.28623 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>implying you have to have another devotion
If you're isolated enough, it'll be easier to stay off drugs than to stay on them.
Lillian Gammlehuck - Tue, 18 Oct 2016 18:04:11 EST ID:KZDnNls7 No.28629 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Can ghosts run websites?
Molly Cablingworth - Tue, 18 Oct 2016 20:37:27 EST ID:GLwnUbyk No.28630 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You do know that it is not uncommon for hard drug addicts to get of hard drugs with weed, but unable to get off weed afterwards
Charlotte Shakestone - Sun, 23 Oct 2016 00:12:58 EST ID:2BGyI4Ve No.28638 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Yes this weed is the devil's drug, a gateway drug to hooking for the next cannabis injection on dirty alleyway puddles and even crack fiends and H junkies just cannot ever let go of the stuff.

I'm sorry but all of this coddling partly by you weak minded impessionable idiots taking your court mandated treatment programs that seriously is just fucking pathetic. Stop smoking weed. That's it. Find another niche activity or better yet a hobby to fill your time. Even if you were a pothead from like age 13-15 you're not going to have the same sorts of lifelong problems any more than say a chronic caffeine abuser is having later on lifelong problems from popping five Vivarin a day during a crucial growing period of maturation.

Basically y'all need to just grow the fuck up, toughen the fuck up, and abandon your pitiful retarded snowflake victim complex bullshit or you are not ever going to get any better.

The only people that have real clinical problems from chronic pot ingestion are the ones who're having problems for the same reasons as most chronic substance abusers do, namely they have been masking underlying psychiatric issues like GAD, depression, etc. and that being a stoner retards a certain extent of your emotional and psychological maturation, to which the only real rememedy is basically just growing the fuck up and stop being such a fucktard idiot teenager treating everything the same way idiot teens do like treating the crushing depression of a breakup as if their life is ending not realizing their unfully matured brains, hormonal flux, and life experience means they suffer this myopia where some dumb bitch teenage month long fling where you carved your names into a tree matters more than the basest of trivial banalities. Sorry but this is the tough love that any of you idiots on this board need to hear and the woefully misguided fuckwits in those court mandated programs are now doing you a colossal disservice in your lives.
Cyril Honeyfuck - Sun, 23 Oct 2016 18:23:54 EST ID:ZYWBreEZ No.28639 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>tough love
sure was a tuff post, but i don't see any love. why do people always use this phrase in the middle of a screeching diatribe? i don't particularly disagree with what you said but fuck off with that shit.

Help with Suboxone dosage by Doris Drunkinspear - Tue, 18 Oct 2016 10:08:47 EST ID:EZra7L+G No.28627 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey /detox/,

i'm currently on ~100-200mg of oxycodone a day(usually), and when I don't have it I have a pretty shit time. usually pop a roxy 30 every 3 hours or so throughout the day from waking up to going to sleep. i recently purchased a suboxone strip 8mg/2mg, and I was told that since i'm not super-hardcore addicted and not on H that I should only take a piece of the strip, but I can't seem to find any information on how these strips work, how the medicine is distributed throughout the film, and how much of one of these i should take to cut the cravings for a couple days and help me kick this shit.

lady somniferum has been lovely to me(kind of), but I think it's time we part ways for a while and I could really use some help.

tl;dr: i'm on 100-200mg of oxy a day and I want to quit using a 8/2 sub strip but I have no idea of the dosage and need help.

thanks, lovelies.
Doris Drunkinspear - Tue, 18 Oct 2016 11:59:48 EST ID:EZra7L+G No.28628 Ignore Report Quick Reply
help received in /opi/, delete this thread if you'd like. nobump. not sure if i can delete a thread myself

How long will I test positive by John Tootwell - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 10:53:43 EST ID:H+Cy7iHu No.28612 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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If i smoked two grams during the weekend, how long would this show in urine test or blood test given the fact that i haven't smoked in two months prior. I geard blood test can show single use up to one month, is this bullshit?
CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Tue, 18 Oct 2016 01:19:44 EST ID:/aUy11b0 No.28626 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Two grams of what? Horse manure?

It's happening by Oliver Dartway - Thu, 29 Sep 2016 16:41:12 EST ID:HSOQ5R1m No.28579 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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My having a few drinks because I was bored on a Saturday in late 2014 had turned into drinking almost every week night and binging almost every weekend again. My life is slipping away. I've decided dying inside is bullshit so I'm over it.

I have a small bottle of cooking sherry (it tastes like rhino piss. This has to be what rhino piss tastes like.) just in case I start getting DTs. I have the internet and a guitar and I'm staying at my mom's. She has cats. Any advice or encouragement would be swell. I'm going to an AA meeting in 2 hours.
Hugh Posslelidge - Fri, 07 Oct 2016 04:52:24 EST ID:nn6uH/Td No.28605 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The longer you get away from booze, your body rebounds

Aa and medical marijuana put life back together for me
Eliza Gigglewell - Fri, 07 Oct 2016 15:42:16 EST ID:2BGyI4Ve No.28607 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's hard, but good luck.

I think that basically at the end of the day you can't ever rely on any of these programs. It all starts and ends with you. If you don't seriously want to stay sober you're just going to rationalize it or make excuses for yourself. Sooner or later, you wind up drinking again. The key here is if you DO start up again, don't panic, and certainly don't adopt this "ah fuck it might as well keep going I already failed" type of attitude.

As for drinking to stave off DTs, there comes a point where "tapering down" just isn't possible for alcohol. I tried that and wound up in the hospital. The big problem is most alcoholics at some point or another if they keep fucking up will wind up being put on benzos, and you really don't want to do a benzo addiction too.

They say to take it one thing at a time but frankly that's a cop out. I mean yeah there is a certain reasonable level, but I think everyone has their own concept of "clean" and it also varies by group. Some AA will get pissed if you use Benadryl for a night's rest. Other will let slide that you have a legit prescription of Xanax or Adderall. Frankly I find that if you smoke that's really ultimately as bad as still having another habit going on, because cigarettes just reinforce exactly that same type of thinking and pattern of behavior that led you here to begin with. Not saying you need to quit now if you do, but something to take into consideration.

And yeah things will be better, just learn not to lie to yourself about it and try to avoid drinking in the future. One drink is never enough and too many, always remember that. The later stages of alcoholism like any drug addiction become progressively more spooky and sadder.

I messed up by Nigel Nebblelock - Mon, 03 Oct 2016 15:47:22 EST ID:aBSdeljO No.28601 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I know this is amateur hour but I've never in my life had to worry about getting clean. I recently graduated college though, back in August, and I'm looking for a job. Ideally I want one that doesn't drug test, but I've been wanting to keep my options open and some of the jobs I applied to do test (including the one I want most, because its a position I'd enjoy, has good pay and benefits, and would look great on a resume for the future)

I had been pretty regularly smoking weed most of this year, though after Memorial Day weekend stopped regularly smoking, cutting down to maybe once a week, then hadn't taken a hit since early July, so about 3 months now.

Last night at a music festival I got really drunk and ended up taking a few drags of my friends blunt. Granted it partially helped lead to me having a fantastic time, but now I gotta worry about not being clean.

Short of buying a full on detox kit and just drinking more water, what should I start doing to get this out of my system faster? So far I haven't even had an interview (Though I only seriously started applying about 3 weeks ago) so I'm not sure how far out I am from a drug test, probably far enough away to not worry too much tbh, but if one happened to come up in the next week or two should I just like look into strapping a bag of clean piss to my leg or something? Are just a few hits of a blunt even anything to worry about too much?

Never had to deal with worrying about a drug test in my life so I don't know shit about it right now. I was doing really good but I figured drunk me would fuck it up at some point.

If anyone's curious, a lot of the testing jobs are with local city government. I'm not sure how stringent they test. Nothing is like military or construction or a plant
Fuck Sushpurk - Tue, 04 Oct 2016 03:46:59 EST ID:cG0EyHlw No.28602 Ignore Report Quick Reply

A lot, hydrate, work out, rinse repeat.
Ebenezer Sumblefield - Thu, 06 Oct 2016 01:18:00 EST ID:CymTTL5h No.28604 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Don't worry about it.

God damn drug tests by Archie Clayville - Thu, 29 Sep 2016 18:24:22 EST ID:hGHOgPDJ No.28586 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Found out today that I gotta urine test in 7 days, and sadly there isn't anywhere to get a flush kit locally.
I smoke everyday, but only max 3 bong hits a day (not huge bowls either, at most a gram a day), and weigh about 180 pounds while being 6'7 tall, so I'm a skinny guy for my height.

Any suggestions on what I should do? How fucked am I?
I never smoked yet today and don't plan on it till after the test obviously. My plan so far is just drink a boat load of water and try my best to sweat a ton, but I really need to pass this test so I feel like I should do more.
Any help at all is appreciated.
Beatrice Grandson - Thu, 29 Sep 2016 23:45:03 EST ID:qSR2AfNQ No.28588 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Drink moderately more water until just before the test. Drinking mass amounts of water until the test does little to nothing, just increase it a bit until before the test.
Jack Hattinggold - Mon, 03 Oct 2016 14:58:05 EST ID:0R3mL45S No.28600 Ignore Report Quick Reply
look into niacin. you should take it 3 times a day in dose big enough to cause flushing. also exercise like crazy (long hikes with a heavy pack really helps), but not on the day of the test.

Am I good? by Simon Wazzleridge - Wed, 28 Sep 2016 16:18:58 EST ID:yZbya0mw No.28577 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I have a drug test coming up in two days and I have a deep clenser Stinger detox to clean my system completely. All I have to do is not smoke or drink for 48 hours then drink the detox an hour before the drug test

You guys think ill be good? Anybody heard any good things about Stinger Detox
Oliver Dartway - Thu, 29 Sep 2016 16:44:22 EST ID:HSOQ5R1m No.28580 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I know it sounds painful.

How much have you been smoking? What kind of place is testing you? I know most military labs will detect emergency detox potions.
Phineas Mobblefoot - Fri, 30 Sep 2016 01:12:17 EST ID:yZbya0mw No.28589 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Last time I smoked was Tuesday and that was three days ago I've been sober since and last time before that was a day but i'm a pretty frequent smoker. And it's a clinic it's a drug test for a job im applying to
Jarvis Claywill - Fri, 30 Sep 2016 11:22:19 EST ID:iWQun99a No.28590 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What I've done before was work out like a beast and try to burn a little fat off, then eat carbs like a champ to put fat back on. The theory is that you're covering up the weed layer with the clean layer. But this may take more than 2 days.

Tldr: just try the stinger I guess.

fugg by Polly Mittingman - Thu, 29 Sep 2016 17:19:51 EST ID:g4J9FTE3 No.28582 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What is the quickest way to get opiates out of my system? I might get randomly tested tomorrow or the day after, I used heroin yesterday at around 7 pm.
Oliver Dartway - Thu, 29 Sep 2016 18:11:01 EST ID:HSOQ5R1m No.28585 Ignore Report Quick Reply
In pretty sure you need to drink a fuck ton of water. Work out hardcore. You're gonna want to replace all of the fluid in your system. Be careful.

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