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DXM First time by Alice Mumbleture - Sat, 04 Mar 2017 14:25:34 EST ID:9X0WJVUI No.352271 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Gonna trip on dxm with my female friend tomorrow. We're just gonna stay in my bed, learn some music, smoke cigarettes and maybe weed if we'll feel like it.

What should I expect of it, I already read something on erowid but some direct insight would be nice. We're gonna be taking 300mg each. I'm kinda worried about her though, because I read that it can lead to permanent brain damage, how common is that? We've already tried mescaline, lsd numerous times, mdma, mda, dom, you name it. How different is dxm from previously mentioned hallucinogens?
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Edwin Chonnerbanks - Mon, 06 Mar 2017 15:37:10 EST ID:WAkYssDf No.352352 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>352351
Is it possible to get it when mixed with alcohol?
I had 4 beers the other night and took around 350mg of DXM afterwards. Towards the comedown began to feel super confused and actually began to trip harder. I tried sleeping and couldn't. I felt like moving around a lot (felt the need to move my legs nonstop and stretch my muscles constantly) until I passed out for 2 hours. I woke up with a headache and super thirsty. I looked in the mirror and my pupils were veeeery big and I looked like a damn reptile lol.. From what I've read, I was experiencing mild symptoms.

I'm assuming it's just because I was so fucking tired and sleep deprived, and a tad bit dehydrated.. but I dunno.. I felt like shit. It's happened a few times before in the past, but I always thought the restlessness and crash was simply part of DXM use, especially in excess over a few days.
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Cornelius Backlebare - Mon, 06 Mar 2017 16:08:15 EST ID:s/LsdI2k No.352353 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>352352
No, that's pretty normal as far as effects go, just combined with a hangover. SS causes muscle rigiditiy and often causes myclonus of some kind. The strange, twitchy muscle effects and shizo-lke mental state is hard to mistake if you actually experience it,
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Ebenezer Dingersune - Tue, 07 Mar 2017 08:18:09 EST ID:ztdupcg2 No.352379 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>352341
Thanks, some of that thread is pretty interesting. I'm not a fan of dis/del combos myself. Reign in Blood and all that, this shit isn't meant to be personal.
That said, I don't agree with the person who posted the list I think you're referring to (a list of CYP2D6 inhibitors) in saying that all of those substances are likely to cause serotonin syndrome as most have no serotonergic action of their own. It's true though that DXM is much more serotonergic than DXO so inhibiting that enzyme is likely to change the balance and make for more serotonin about the shop. Probably comes back to what has already been said about many different levels of serotonin toxicity all qualifying as SS though. I've personally combined DXM with escitalopram and sertraline on different occasions (though obviously I don't recommend anyone else to do this) and between the enzyme inhibition and added SSRI, probably more the former, it certainly changes the character of the trip. Never had inducible clonus though which is a pretty definitive test for SS.
I tend to think that serotonin toxicity plays a role in the whole 'sigma' experience as >> 352353 kind of alludes to.
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Ebenezer Dingersune - Tue, 07 Mar 2017 08:28:32 EST ID:ztdupcg2 No.352380 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>352379
Even leaving aside the serotonin side of things combining SSRIs and DXM is probably potentially dangerous purely due to how much many SSRIs inhbit CYP2D6. Having your DXM last for days probably isn't great for you any more than taking DXM for days is.
nb
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Polly Buzzhood - Tue, 07 Mar 2017 20:55:50 EST ID:NErY6CAk No.352418 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>352380
in my experience the issues come after you /stop/ taking the ssri
your metabolism adapts, i was on maximum dose paxil and dxm was great and fime. but after i stopped taking the paxil it took fucking, months upon months for drugs to start working properly again. metabolism was stuck on overdrive. not just dxm,even like zolpidem and others were effected to an extent


Tomo by David Sivinghood - Tue, 07 Mar 2017 06:09:49 EST ID:hykW7vdp No.352373 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So, I'm about to get k in 8 hours or so. I popped a .5 mg klonopin ablut an hour ago. Should that interfere with my trip much, in say, 8-10 hours? I plan on doing a few 100-200 mg lines. (Image unrelated)
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Priscilla Drusslekone - Tue, 07 Mar 2017 06:25:53 EST ID:pDfk6u6L No.352375 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>352373
not rly
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David Sivinghood - Tue, 07 Mar 2017 06:30:24 EST ID:hykW7vdp No.352376 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>352373
Wizard


Trying Something New by Shit Bashham - Tue, 07 Mar 2017 00:37:41 EST ID:YZHqAkXU No.352366 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I've been using DXM off and on for a little over six years, although I didn't use it at all in 2012 (but that was five years ago, so that is irrelevant).

I also used to binge drink a lot, from 2010 to 2016. I don't know how that affected my usage of DXM or what that would do in the long run, but now when I use DXM I become very emotionally agitated and upset for a couple of days, to the point where I wonder if I should really use it anymore. I also get headaches sometimes, although they are not as intense as they once were due to me now taking Vitamin B supplements. When I got drunk every day, this never happened, at least not to this severity. DXM used to make me very calm after I used it; now, it seems to cause the problems that I try to take a break from. I'm fine during the trip, but even when I'm tripping I realize that there is no reason to do this, which is something new. Maybe I'm just getting bored with DXM, I don't know. When I use it in syrup form, the trips are very intense and just like what I had years ago, but I feel like absolute shit for at least half a week afterwards.

I haven't drank any alcohol in over two months. I really wonder what changed, or how that would play a role. I also wonder if I should try another dissociative, because my experiences have been somewhat limited. I've done Nitrous Oxide before, but that is boring by itself. I was tempted by Glaucine, but I've heard that it can send you into suicidal depression, especially since it acts on dopamine receptors, unlike DXM, which alters serotonin.

I know that I have to be careful, especially with legality. I can't do anything illegal, for obvious reasons. And of course, I should be mindful of my health, not that I am not; if I wasn't, I'd just go and do it. Perhaps it might be walking on thin ice, but I sincerely feel that it is time to experience something new.
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Shit Bashham - Tue, 07 Mar 2017 01:06:09 EST ID:YZHqAkXU No.352368 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>352367

I've never heard of ephenidine. I should look into it.

I would usually do a strong 2nd, sometimes a weak 3rd. I have almost never reached the 4th plateau; it isn't worth it in my opinion. Man, I thought that DXM was harmless; I mean, it felt that way for over half a decade.
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Doris Crobbershaw - Tue, 07 Mar 2017 01:46:36 EST ID:JziBA6Ls No.352370 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>352368
Good luck finding ephenidine. I was having trouble finding it late 2015, so I imagine it's probably long gone by now, but who knows.

Wouldn't suggest ever going over 2nd plat; there's uncertainty regarding Olney's lesions (brain lesions) from >2rd plat use. If you're willing to take the risk so be it.
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Shit Bashham - Tue, 07 Mar 2017 02:16:53 EST ID:YZHqAkXU No.352371 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>352370

Olney's lesions don't usually happen if you are using DXM in and of itself. Although in fairness, there have been times when I have mild speech impairments after using it for a while. I always seem to recover, though. I took an informal numerical pattern test about a week ago and I scored extremely high, so I think that in terms of dry intelligence I am in the clear. I think that the damage is likely more emotional than intellectual; renowned geniuses have binged on far worse stuff than me, but then again, I'm not quite a genius (at least not yet).

There are many other RCs, in any case. It seems when one disappears, another pops up. The real question is, which one won't fuck you over?
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Lydia Chuttingfag - Tue, 07 Mar 2017 16:40:56 EST ID:NErY6CAk No.352396 Ignore Report Quick Reply
itt people that haven't actually done any reading on olney's lesions
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Polly Wellerwork - Wed, 08 Mar 2017 05:51:54 EST ID:JziBA6Ls No.352432 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>352396
>mocking people for being cautious about drug use
Wow, thanks for the constructive input.

nb


What's a 2nd plateau DXM trip like to you? by Reuben Mimmledatch - Fri, 03 Mar 2017 04:14:44 EST ID:yi2pJQ5k No.352225 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What do you personally get from a mid-high 2nd plateau DXM trip?

I've tripped on DXM a total of 6 times with long breaks in between, all trips were over 500 mg DXM (with minimum of 150 mg DPH each) so safe to say they were 3rd plateau trips.

The thing is for me, things can get pretty messy on high doses. I get confused, lose track of time, lose phone, glasses etc. And staying awake is a struggle.

I want to try something new this time and I want to take 350 mg of DXM with 100 mg DPH. Do you think this is a good second plateau dose? Mid or high? I'm lightweight w/ low tolerance.
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Polly Chindermutch - Fri, 03 Mar 2017 22:13:15 EST ID:ZviX762e No.352247 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It should be a mid-second plateau dose, bordering on high second if your stomach is empty.

For me, time feels slow and it's harder, but not impossible, to use everyday objects like cars or computers. I can still pay attention to real-world concerns so I don't stay out too late or misplace my keys. Size and distance distortions are noticeable and can make it difficult to orient yourself or know how fast you're moving. I get the numb, moving sensation that >>352228 mentions. I usually get a few bursts of anxiety in my chest and abdomen while coming up, from the anticipation of the trip and the possibility of puking, but after the peak it's much smoother. Speech feels flat and emotionless, and I tend to use fewer names and specific terms on DXM (i.e. "turn onto that little road" instead of "turn right towards the Home Depot parking lot").

The best part is still music. After a certain point, I always want to sit down in a peaceful setting and put on some headphones. It's possible to get some CEVs on a second plateau by closing your eyes while listening to music, but it's not fully immersive like a third plateau.

I recommend reducing the dose of DPH (unless you want more visuals and can deal with stronger sedation and memory loss, in which case I recommend at least 300mg). Even with tolerance, 100-150mg is enough to add significant sedation to a DXM trip.
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Augustus Greencocke - Sun, 05 Mar 2017 16:52:34 EST ID:1tpnrEB8 No.352311 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>352225
second plateaus are fun and comfy with a cool trippy aspect but they lost their touch after awhile

Id say go with higher doses and less dph maybe just 50mg and it shouldnt be so sedating or if you do start to drift off try to leave your body
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Cedric Pabberson - Sun, 05 Mar 2017 17:43:45 EST ID:OcRh0oMq No.352313 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>352225
U get Serotonin Syndrome from combining dph with dxm. Dont use DPH its bad.
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Matilda Dullerway - Sun, 05 Mar 2017 20:02:12 EST ID:8XXiZhAr No.352317 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>352247
300mg is pretty solid dose for someone without a diss tolerance
my first time I ever did dis was DXM and I did which was 240mg an I got fucking floored
never would I recommend 600mg to a newbie that would be much to high
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Matilda Dullerway - Sun, 05 Mar 2017 20:02:40 EST ID:8XXiZhAr No.352318 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>352317
wrong fucking thread kill me nb


That face you make when you spot some bad science. by Alice Ponnerwill - Fri, 03 Mar 2017 01:10:09 EST ID:ubfC2l/P No.352216 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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There's been a lot of speculation which borders on fear-mongering about 2-oxo-pcm and 2-oxo-pce for potentially having, "antibacterial" properties.

Well, I can cite you some papers which talk about the antibacterial effects of Ketamine. Or we can talk about how you can use Ketamine to treat freaking Lyme disease:

http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/cbs-news-features-dr-ashraf-hanna-discussing-how-iv-ketamine-is-successfully-treating-lyme-disease-300223797.html

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFrzdKlZTBI&feature=youtu.be

http://www.ivketamine.com/lyme/

And I have a question for you guys: How many people have you heard about having total immune system failures from using ketamine? If they happen, it probably only happens with severe and heavy usage, or people with already compromised immune systems.

Frankly, I'm not worried about any arylcyclohexylamine dissociative messing up my immune system. In fact, when I do arylcyclohexylamines every so often, maybe a dose on the weekend here and there with plenty of recovery time, I feel great, and never ever get sick! Maybe I have a strong immune system naturally, or maybe we should embrace arylcyclohexylamines as the magical universal cures humanity has been seeking since the dawn of time.
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Molly Clullermirk - Fri, 03 Mar 2017 23:16:59 EST ID:s/LsdI2k No.352254 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>352251
It's pretty well known that taking antibiotics for extended periods of time is pretty dangerous specifically because it wrecks your immune system. Not because it creates super strains, but for reasons I don't remember and don't care to look up while I'm drunk.
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Molly Clullermirk - Fri, 03 Mar 2017 23:20:45 EST ID:s/LsdI2k No.352255 Ignore Report Quick Reply
actually your statement here:
>possibility of throwing your normal bacteria (particularly in the gut) out of balance
is right, I just remembered. It's because you have an entire microbiome and you pretty much kill all of it by taking antibiotics for an extended period of time. I got treated with antibiotics repeatedly once because i was forced to go to the doctor to maintain the narrative i was simply sick when going through multiple opioid withdrawals once. i wound up getting super sick on top of withdrawals because Clostridium difficile is somewhat resistant to antibiotics and naturally occurs in the gut, but is in balance with other bacteria you normally have that i killed all away because i was taking antibiotics so much. if i hadnt also been forced to give a stool sample i never wouldve known, because the symptoms were covered up by withdrawals and it's potentially lethal.
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Molly Clullermirk - Fri, 03 Mar 2017 23:21:50 EST ID:s/LsdI2k No.352256 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>352255
>C. difficile – was estimated to cause almost half a million infections in the United States in 2011, and 29,000 died within 30 days of the initial diagnosis.
So yeah, bad shit to take antibiotic stuff for a long time
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Emma Suddlehall - Sun, 05 Mar 2017 16:25:13 EST ID:la5626J9 No.352308 Ignore Report Quick Reply
just read the original source (a patent) and see how bad the methodology is and decide for yourself. why dont people do this?
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Cedric Sorringshit - Sun, 05 Mar 2017 16:35:50 EST ID:KGaI0Goo No.352309 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>352216
This is what ive read.
https://www.google.com/patents/DE4409671C1
Id say the anti-microbial effects either come from one of two specfic substitutions meaning any arylcyclohexylamines that share one or both will also exhibit anti-microbial effects OR that to some degree all arylcyclohexylamines share this property in varying degrees and just has not been well studied. SO it could be the 2-oxo substitution on the cyclohexyl ring or it could be the methylamino substitution or the combination thereof or its an understudied property potentially shared by all similar drugs.


Darknet MXE 2: electric boogaloo by Thomas Fiblingstug - Fri, 03 Mar 2017 15:26:29 EST ID:0fj1cl+g No.352240 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So after some internal debate I've decided to put the question of darknet "degraded" mxe to rest. I've taken a two week tolerance break from all dissos and having not touched 3-meo in months my tolerance should be at a level where I can give a decent opinion on this stuff. I just snorted 70mg and there willl be no redosing tonight. This is for science! I'll update with results and my personal view on whether its worth it.
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Emma Suddlehall - Sun, 05 Mar 2017 00:09:08 EST ID:la5626J9 No.352286 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>352285
but dissos are the most ejoyable and euphoric of any drug by far. better than opiate euphoria imo.
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Fucking Beblingridge - Sun, 05 Mar 2017 03:18:55 EST ID:0fj1cl+g No.352289 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>352284
Im in the same boat except ketamine is plentiful in my area so l never give dxm the time of day. Tolerance sucks
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Molly Gemmlewater - Sun, 05 Mar 2017 03:25:42 EST ID:fTQnMToi No.352290 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>2 week t-break
lmao
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Fucking Beblingridge - Sun, 05 Mar 2017 03:47:25 EST ID:0fj1cl+g No.352293 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>352290
Talking about the short term acute tolerance. For example no matter how much ketamine l have, its only possible for me to k-hole about once every 7 days. This makes me think that there is a long term tolerance and also a short term acute tolerance at work here.
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Fucking Beblingridge - Sun, 05 Mar 2017 05:52:18 EST ID:0fj1cl+g No.352297 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Nah this stuff is truly bunk. Monster lines to get only the mildest dissociation. Dont waste your time chasing mxe. Mxe is dead lmao


DXM and 2-oxo-PCM by Hedda Sazzlemot - Fri, 03 Mar 2017 02:29:44 EST ID:oTVRe7nt No.352220 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have been drinking WGFJ all day, and took 300 mg of DXM an hour ago, I noticed I have some 2-oxo-PCM left, and was wondering if anyone has had positive experience combining the 2?/combining arylcyclohexylamines with DXM in general
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Alice Ponnerwill - Fri, 03 Mar 2017 04:05:32 EST ID:ubfC2l/P No.352224 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Combining them will probably be fun. I know you can combine DXM and Ket.

https://erowid.org/chemicals/dxm/faq/dxm_mixing.shtml

The arylcyclohexylamine infusion might overpower the DXM a bit, but all in all it would probably be pretty juicy.
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Ebenezer Drindlehan - Fri, 03 Mar 2017 14:59:12 EST ID:s/LsdI2k No.352237 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Should be nice combining them. One thing to note is that combining them increases the chance of a psychotic break, but at that dose of DXM it's not likely that would occur a all.


3 meo combos by Charlotte Sendlewill - Tue, 28 Feb 2017 19:37:46 EST ID:M5uu1XRQ No.352156 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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3-meo-pcp, heroin, and meth nasal spray combo. Thoughts? Maybe 2cb? How about all in 1 IV shot?
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Matilda Fuckingford - Wed, 01 Mar 2017 09:32:11 EST ID:gWnRhxvG No.352169 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>352168
>>352168
Yeah I was just planning on sniffing the 2cb, maybe with a light oral dose. I actually got some hydromorphone instead of the H and I have 2.5mg DOM, so it should be a good time.
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Edward Clinkinshit - Wed, 01 Mar 2017 14:01:24 EST ID:pbxuNuIs No.352170 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>352169

Snorting 2cb is fucking great if you can handle the nose corrosion it causes. Shit is caustic af but sioo worth the snorts imo.

Nb cuz psy talk not dis talk
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Alice Ponnerwill - Fri, 03 Mar 2017 01:53:01 EST ID:ubfC2l/P No.352219 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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You know I forgot, but I also combined 3-meo-pcp with mushrooms that one time, and it was fucking incredible. Would do again. Would recommend this to others.
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Martha Cloblingfuck - Fri, 03 Mar 2017 03:04:33 EST ID:NErY6CAk No.352222 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>352219
i did mxe and shrooms once
it was heelllll yeah
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Alice Ponnerwill - Fri, 03 Mar 2017 03:39:17 EST ID:ubfC2l/P No.352223 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>352222
You know I always wanted to try that combo, but what with the lack of availability of MXE these days it might not happen any time soon.

I bet 3-meo-pce would be insane to mix with shrooms. That I could do.


DXM by Oliver Sadgehin - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 03:59:22 EST ID:e21z0YvJ No.351811 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I know someone who bought a whole kilo of DXM, could you guys suggest what to do with it? Even if my mate takes it daily he will still be left with heaps of powder. Should my mate sell it and if so how much a gram? Help a fellow Dis user out.
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Charles Grandham - Thu, 02 Mar 2017 15:37:00 EST ID:s/LsdI2k No.352199 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>351811
Wtf? This is only enough for like 10 trips man, what do you mean if he takes it daily there will still be heaps of powder? Even if he only takes 500mg every time, that's still only a bit less than a month's worth, lol.
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Charles Grandham - Thu, 02 Mar 2017 15:37:50 EST ID:s/LsdI2k No.352200 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Also sell it for $8-10 a gram. At least, that's the most I'd pay for it.
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Cedric Snodwill - Thu, 02 Mar 2017 16:14:57 EST ID:jOpYgZcC No.352201 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>352199
You don't know how much a kilogram is do you?
>KILOGRAM=1000 grams
If he took only 500 mg a day he could still use for 2000 days before he runs out. 5.4 years of daily half-gram dosing before the stash is gone.
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Charles Grandham - Thu, 02 Mar 2017 16:46:12 EST ID:s/LsdI2k No.352203 Ignore Report Quick Reply
welp thats what i get for responding all fucked up, my bad.
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Phineas Fallyman - Thu, 02 Mar 2017 22:11:49 EST ID:mLyR+2o2 No.352214 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>352200

Dxm powder is worth like $2-4 a gram but legit vendors are extremely extremely hard to find now a days. Rip off vendors sell it for $8+ a gram. Fuck them. I miss the golden days of Dxm. Op, your friend should be a hero and vend it for cheap prices. Bring the community and the Dxm scene back.


Drain Bamage -> +BDNF by David Puzzleforth - Wed, 01 Mar 2017 04:37:26 EST ID:dzwGoQ0q No.352164 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3041899/

Judging by a quick glance:
Dissociatives = less BDNF.
BDNF = good!

Now we've known that dissociative decrease LTP (learning chemical). And now also BDNF. Reduced BDNF was found in many brain regions, which also explains why fMRI revealed a wide area of brain deficits in Ket addicts all over the brain.

So! Maybe doing things that increases BDNF would help alleviate that. Food for thought.
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Hannah Meckleketch - Wed, 01 Mar 2017 22:57:12 EST ID:WOAMjuUx No.352186 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>352164
Anywhere that says how permanent the damages are? I want to know if the damage Ive caused my brain through heavy diss use is forever.
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Sidney Fuckingbury - Thu, 02 Mar 2017 04:58:29 EST ID:jCabIawJ No.352190 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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these are just changes....

CH CH CH CH CHANGES!! TURNN TO FACE THE STRANGE!

are they really that bad?
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Charles Grandham - Thu, 02 Mar 2017 15:16:35 EST ID:s/LsdI2k No.352196 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1835799

>Antagonists of the N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) subtype of glutamate receptor, including phencyclidine (PCP) and ketamine, protect against brain damage in neurological disorders such as stroke. However, these agents have psychotomimetic properties in humans and morphologically damage neurons in the cerebral cortex of rats. It is now shown that the morphological damage can be prevented by certain anticholinergic drugs or by diazepam and barbiturates, which act at the gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) receptor-channel complex and are known to suppress the psychotomimetic symptoms caused by ketamine. Thus, it may be possible to prevent the unwanted side effects of NMDA antagonists, thereby enhancing their utility as neuroprotective drugs.

This is different than the typical Olney's Lesions argument. NMDA antagonist neurotoxicity isn't particularly well understood in terms of the mechanism behind its occurrence, but it's known that it happens. Apparently damage caused by lower doses is reversible, but damage caused by higher dosages is permanent. Unfortunately this research paper isn't free, so the abstract is all that's available (I've seen the same research paper/same abstract on a few websites now).
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Charles Grandham - Thu, 02 Mar 2017 15:19:17 EST ID:s/LsdI2k No.352197 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>352164
>Now we've known that dissociative decrease LTP (learning chemical).
Btw, LTP isn't a learning chemical, LTP stands for Long-Term Potentiation and is a mechanism implicated in and thought to be responsible for learning. Neurons with NMDA receptors (specifically in the hippocampus iirc) are the type that exhibit this phenomenon. Antagonism of NMDA receptors prevents this process from occurring. So, you're kind of sort of correct in a sense, but totally wrong in the details.


Soul and Life by Phyllis Grandforth - Tue, 28 Feb 2017 01:07:54 EST ID:h95sEe8l No.352140 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Has anybody been able to say they've had spiritual experiences on dissociatives that have shaped their view on life after death? I've had times when holing that I can only experience as my brain shifting into a different brainwave level and I've felt connected with some kind of different dimension. Its like I was transported into a higher level of consciousness that isn't accessible to us as everyday sober humans normally, but with dissociatives you can reach that brainwave level that normally only happens when you go through a sleep cycle. It's made me feel closer to the idea of us all actually having a soul. Maybe dissociatives allow you to unlock those parts of your brain that can't normally be accessed. Our various governments try to ban these drugs, but I feel there's so much more to be explored within the human mind if there were proper research done. ... Thoughts?
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Ebenezer Handledock - Tue, 28 Feb 2017 09:34:15 EST ID:jCabIawJ No.352147 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>352141
well dude Jimi may have been trying to tell you some true wisdom there.
Also I had something similar during an m-hole back in the day where It was like an entity was showing me how my whole life and reality is fake and yet the life I'm living isnt all that amazing due to laziness and complacency.

I have also had another m-hole experience where I saw all of what we know as reality is truly fake and made up, like a made up simulation or dream. That truly this only exists as like an act like a play, like how Shakespeare said. Really MXE had shown me we all just wear personas.

Also it made me feel truly content with the way things just are. Reading on Taoism on a good dose of mxe is amazing. Along with other dissos.
dissociatives are very spiritual to me. Some tho feel more alienesque and are higher on the paranormal/wonky side. I've had plenty of spiritual experiences on dissos
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Caroline Bomblefet - Tue, 28 Feb 2017 19:39:56 EST ID:hEgPNxO4 No.352157 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>352145
>The fact that DXM isn't illegal is still extremely curious to me.
I think it's only because a critical majority of people dislike the high. If everyone enjoyed as much as us it would absolutely be illegal.
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Charlotte Cluggleson - Tue, 28 Feb 2017 21:33:00 EST ID:c877Fw88 No.352158 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>352147
Very true.
He saved my life, if that is the case.
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Charles Clorringshaw - Tue, 28 Feb 2017 23:02:26 EST ID:WAkYssDf No.352161 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Yeppers. Had a full blown awakening after a year of meditation and using DXM once to twice a week. I broke through when I upped it from 400mg to 900mg. Everything I experienced during and after were on point with spiritual awakenings.. From pressure in the forehead, blissfulness, ringing in the ears, feelings of oneness, etc. I contacted a spirit who guided me through memories and showed me the moment before, during, and after I came into this reality. I understood what it means to live and die.

I realized that we are all one consciousness experiencing itself through infinite perspectives. This spirit was someone I identified with and related to a lot in this life, and the communicated through emotions and thoughts. I felt what they felt while still knowing these emotions were not my own. It was just how mediums contact spirits. I realized that I have lived many lives before, and that I will live this one over and over again. We are all god. Each life serves a purpose, and that purpose is to learn and to influence others, both positively and negatively. When our bodies die, we return to the source to become one once more. Our loved ones are us, and so are our enemies.. The personalities that make us here are eternal.

I've mentioned it before here, and the simplest way to put it is that it was spiritual empathy. It was psychic connection to the source of things.

Imagine the spirit realm as a sphere of consciousness. It is just like the universe, ever expanding and infinite. Surrounding it is a layer, and beyond that layer is reality. Each life is a pinhole in that layer shining consciousness through one of many realities, in any point of time, in any galaxy, etc, and when it dies it retracts back into it, leaving an eternal scar in this layer that it can re-enter into if it so chooses, and since we are all merely consciousness shining through, we are able to peer into the source. This source is learning through all of us, and each life has a lesson/purpose. Death is no longer scary to me, but actually sort of exciting. Life is truly just a dream, and we are all one mind experiencing it from different angles.
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Jenny Buzzham - Thu, 02 Mar 2017 13:54:33 EST ID:WG9a+TXm No.352195 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Often times I will have spiritual experiences but I can't really comprehend the meaning like I can on psychedelics. It's more you feel like you learned and accepted a little more about your life and who you are. It's like physically exploring memories in the back of your brain. I remember constantly looking around the room and closing my eyes and when I opened them the room was from a different time, it could have been yesterday or 10 years ago when I first moved in. My room was different rooms from different houses like my grandmothers house or friends houses from my childhood. But I had no comprehension of a greater meaning because it was at the point where I basically had no thought process.


I Won't Survive Another One by Graham Snodham - Mon, 27 Feb 2017 22:45:07 EST ID:UhT0gcpZ No.352133 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Howdy /dis/. I've not posted here for a while, and though I intend to check in every now and then, I am half sad to say that my time with dissociatives (and most drugs in general) has finally come to a close. I had been a regular here for several years (amused to see the thread about reinstating tripcode privileges)- not having a tripcode myself, but I did take a name some of you might have recalled- and I may well be recognized by phrasing alone, but haven't posted much since the social aspects of this board were largely lost. The name was that of a fictional character- so to speak- written out of imagination and into conception to represent the embodiment of all that I fell just short of. My last check-in was regarding a previous overdose/all-but-deadly combo experience, which in retrospect, may very well have set into motion the sequence of events leading up to this particular, most recent misadventure. That, and the consequent acknowledgement that the time has come to become that character, and to live in actuality the fiction I've been writing myself for years. I thought he was too good, but I knew I had written in his own fair shortcomings for a reason- so the ideals would never be truly unattainable, just in case I ever had the motivation to reach for them. I realize this isn't my blog, and feel free to ignore the "announcement", but one doesn't survive a massive OD like the one I made it through last weekend and not feel compelled to say something about it. Not typically...

I hadn't slept for about 4 days. That was probably a very large factor in how dramatic the otherwise (admittedly) predictable overdose would turn out to be. 4 days isn't the longest time by any stretch, but I've become increasingly sensitive to sleep deprivation over the years, and this was far from my first overdose. The 2 week binge leading up to it was not a new trend either, and every OD I've weathered has been worse than the last. Baffling ICU personnel time and again, I have repeatedly disproved the words "that couldn't have been any worse", or "you can't have come closer to death". But *I* had never said anything to that effect. Not unti…
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Nathaniel Sendlekotch - Wed, 01 Mar 2017 16:55:39 EST ID:0ODiTlun No.352174 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Glad you're doing okay

But what exactly is the appeal of DXM + /stim/? It sounds like an nightmarish combo in every way.
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Martin Bemblestot - Wed, 01 Mar 2017 19:42:15 EST ID:ztdupcg2 No.352176 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>352133
>my dad was asking if he should take me to the hospital or call an ambulance

How is there even a question of that when you're seizing? Assuming you're the person who posted that story about 'killing god" I guess your dad might be used to seeing this shit but still, damn.

It could be just your writing style and the nature of what you're describing, but you still seem kind of manic. Could be that you're still in the DXM afterglow stage (what with the CPM and "heroic" doses). Try to keep your resolve even if you go way down moodwise in the next week or so, that's the tricky part.

>>352173
>how the hell do you use that much bezedrex without getting insanely high blood pressure
Based on the OP, it seems like it did cause very high blood pressure, probably what caused a mini-stroke, assuming that's what actually what happened rather than just an assumption.
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Edward Lightson - Wed, 01 Mar 2017 22:43:10 EST ID:NlzytQ+t No.352184 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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jfc
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Molly Fuddlelock - Thu, 02 Mar 2017 13:47:40 EST ID:k5genNYE No.352194 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>352174
i found 10mg dexamphetamine + 600mg DXM+weed was insanely euphoric
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Barnaby Bazzletet - Thu, 02 Mar 2017 16:16:18 EST ID:hzMqakiq No.352202 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>352174
It can be fun sometimes
But with DXM in particular it's 50/50, probably owing to DXM's unpredictability in general
Sometimes the stim negates the trippy aspect of dis and you're left with a meaningless fleshscape that you're out of touch with because the normal dis empathy isn't there yet you're still dissociated
It's how I imagine sociopathy would feel ramped up 100x


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