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Dxm and you by Matilda Buzzway - Sun, 19 Nov 2017 21:07:30 EST ID:gTtHWID8 No.357501 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Why do you use DXM?

What makes you come back to the syrup?
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Shitting Murdcocke - Mon, 20 Nov 2017 21:54:06 EST ID:tk4VI4I5 No.357540 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>357501
I've moved past my days of being a psychonaut and DXM has become more of a thing to do after a long week. A solid 2nd or 3rd plat trip with a video game and some good music is probably similar to others use opis.

Most dissociatives have a very cozy headspace for me. I feel comfortable and at home, and like I can truly relax and let go. Not to mention the afterglow.

I don't think DXM would ever be my first choice for a dissociative to regularly use, but it's just so readily available. If you know what you're doing it's almost like a friend to you.
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Wesley Dussleson - Tue, 21 Nov 2017 02:34:45 EST ID:bBbM9Fwz No.357548 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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It was my holy grail, OP. But only for a little while.
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Wesley Hoddlehood - Tue, 21 Nov 2017 04:53:44 EST ID:jEPS6M7o No.357552 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Honestly, I used to enjoy the trips, they were fun.
I feel like I developed a bit of an addiction to the DXM and Wellbutrin combo however. My Doctor is giving me the runaround on giving me a benzo for anti anxiety but if I dose 700mg of Dex, I usually have a decent trip if I can stay calm but the afterglow is absolutely amazing and I'm not anxious or depressed for a few days.

I know I can't keep this up, I still only dex about once a week and I'm not sure how much longer I can keep this up, I drink syrup and it's so fucking nasty
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Doris Fadgehitch - Tue, 21 Nov 2017 05:50:14 EST ID:Yp0OGhOz No.357553 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357552
Well its hard on your liver too, but dissociatives are being shown to have clinical effectiveness for depression. Its also worth mentioning that a lot of the drugs used for depression are used on anxiety as well. That being said the afterglow phase and maybe even during the trip might be a good time to try and work through your personal problems that lead to said depression and anxiety. Shit, it works/worked for me.
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Samuel Pockfield - Wed, 22 Nov 2017 15:22:01 EST ID:tk4VI4I5 No.357592 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357552
You should not use DXM to treat anxiety or depression. There is simply too much risk of psychosis after a certain point. Benzos really do help anxiety, but if you're doctor is giving you a hard time then I would suggest a gabapentinoid like gabapentin or pregabalin. I take 300mg gabapentin three times a day and it's helped my anxiety a lot and I've been able to taper down my clonazepam dose from 1mg a day to 0.5mg a day. Without the gabapentin, changing my clonazepam dose would have me fuckin exploding with anxiety but I'm doing alright and it's less sedating which is nice but I still am able to relax and get to sleep every night.
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Henry Pizzleworth - Fri, 24 Nov 2017 05:27:54 EST ID:cVS3tiUQ No.357622 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357592
This.. i used dxm daily as a teen when i discovered it.. way too addicting for my age, i got too high, i used it as an antidepressant then after about a month i started getting psychosis and losing weight so i thought it was time to give it a break, i gave it a break for about 6 months, tried it a few more times, realized my tokerance wasnt really any better, then gave it another 6 months and been doing it varying intensities for the next 4 years, i find its only good at actually treating depression, like if you deal with it on the trip like you would with acid.. using is as an antidepressant, bad idea,
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Jack Dommlelatch - Fri, 24 Nov 2017 07:18:12 EST ID:8xj15ucZ No.357623 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357592
You shouldn't use it daily or weekly like that. Getting high=/=introespective contemplation of your problems. The idea behind using these types of mind altering substance to better your life is to use them as infrequently as possible. Give yourself time to internalize and normalize going as long as possible between doses. EVERYONE has anxiety, very rarely do people have panic disorders. Benzos and related substances almost all have the lovely effect of depression upon quitting or after taking them for too long. After all, they are meant to shut down sympathetic responses between the CNS and PNS somatosensory portion therein.
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Esther Sizzlelune - Fri, 24 Nov 2017 11:09:38 EST ID:jxfgqbpP No.357627 Ignore Report Quick Reply
For the longest time I thought cough syrup didn't actually get you high, it was just an urban myth, and kids would drink it and imagine they were high, like a placebo effect.

Then I spontaneously remembered that scene in the game Katawa shoujo where Rin was acting funny after taking cough syrup, and I thought, maybe I'll check the Wikipedia page.

Turns out, DXM can get you high after all. And it has these neat things called plateaus with varying intensity. And I happened to be in K-mart at the time. And I happened to have nothing planned for the evening. So I bought a 4 oz bottle of Robitussin, chug-a-lug, and WOOOOOOAAH DUUUUUUUUUDE. Everything around me was suddenly weird, but interesting. I was tingly, silly, and it felt like my head was in freefall while the rest of body wasn't.

I'm still chasing that first high. I dose about once per month now and it's usually mediocre or just plain uncomfortable. I swear off DXM the next morning, and without fail, about 4-5 weeks later I'm thinking "I haven't dex'd in a while, maybe it'll be good again." But unfortunately, I just can't hit that sweet spot anymore.
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Henry Pizzleworth - Fri, 24 Nov 2017 12:02:51 EST ID:cVS3tiUQ No.357628 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357627
Up the dose, worked for me
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Charles Chandlebanks - Fri, 24 Nov 2017 14:12:55 EST ID:5FmdUf7l No.357629 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>357628
Bumping 15mg

I FUCKING LOVE 3-MEO-PCP
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Charles Chandlebanks - Fri, 24 Nov 2017 14:16:44 EST ID:5FmdUf7l No.357630 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357629
meant for this to be in BWD, oh wells nb
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Esther Sizzlelune - Fri, 24 Nov 2017 14:57:23 EST ID:jxfgqbpP No.357632 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357628

I've done 700mg and 1000mg trips, and while those were interesting to experience, I wouldn't say they were enjoyable. I don't like getting so high I forget it's the drugs doing this to me. Hangovers for them were awful, too.
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Charles Chandlebanks - Fri, 24 Nov 2017 18:57:10 EST ID:5FmdUf7l No.357652 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357632
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Charles Chandlebanks - Fri, 24 Nov 2017 18:57:41 EST ID:5FmdUf7l No.357653 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357632
1g trips had me basically holing on dxm. The hole equivalent i would say anyways.. no longer present in the room, feeling like i was in a Minecart riding up and down tunnels underneath the earth while also having the most fantastic closed eye visuals. Very encompassing experience.

I didn't have hangovers either, afterglows at first, but after ~ 2 years of using too much dxm the afterglow turned into this burnt out/retarded state.
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Martha Fanham - Fri, 24 Nov 2017 20:46:30 EST ID:kvRAvAQA No.357656 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357632

I've never really gotten a hangover from dxm, but considering I've done dxm about 150-200 times in the last five years it's hard to say whether some of my headaches could have been a result of the dxm or something else. I've had headaches probably a half dozen times or less after peaking/coming down from dxm, and they usually seemed to be related to dehydration or malnutrition, not the dxm in particular.

I've also done 750mg of dxm plenty of times, and one 900mg dose. I personally find the 3rd and 4th plateaus very inviting. Them being more or less enjoyable than a lower dose entirely depends on my mood it seems. I will however say the upper plateaus are DEFINITELY far more chaotic and disorienting, but they're certainly euphoric.

My biggest issue with upper 3rd and 4rth plat trips is that it's so hard to remember all of the amazing things that happen. My 900mg dose, my highest, was just a week and a half ago. It was absolutely insane, WAY more trippy than my highest Psy doses (800mics lsd, 7g Psy cubensis, large doses of various rc's).

Long story short, at this point in my life DXM is incredibly spiritual to me. My current philosophical and religious beliefs are primarily the result of nearly a decade of "abusing" hallucinogenic compounds while meditating and observing. Dxm is god. Errr... I'm god. Well we're all god.
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George Chingerhood - Fri, 24 Nov 2017 21:29:51 EST ID:8xj15ucZ No.357657 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357656
Over 1200mg it gets good and nuts, more so I should say. Don't forget to potentiate my friend but in my experience anything over 1400 is just too anesthetizinc to remember.
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Matilda Toothall - Fri, 24 Nov 2017 23:27:44 EST ID:scRPod3V No.357660 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Spiritual reasons. I don't use it alone, though.. I practice methods of pineal gland cleansing, meditation, celibacy/nofap, and have even tried fasting with my DXM use.

I plan binges, usually. 3 to 4 days in a week, because the afterglows tend to pile up, so I give myself breaks to avoid getting too fucking manic. I always have the intention of seeking inner wisdom. DXM is a tool to get me there, and it has.. I no longer use it as much now. I've felt as if it's already showed me around it's palace. It showed me the backdoor that led elsewhere, and that was the goal I had when I began experimenting. I won't get into details, but let's just say that it changed me forever, for better and for worse, in terms of what I'm now aware of.. The sacrifice for that knowledge was the sacrifice of my self, and that can hurt in ways.. I died in a sense. I'm back, but man.. I'm pretty aware of my bullshit now. lol

I just come here to talk about it, as I still find DXM and other substances/altered states fascinating.
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Archie Backleman - Sat, 25 Nov 2017 06:50:16 EST ID:aCZW6Wd6 No.357668 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357592

You aren't supposed to take pregabalin/gabapentin indefinately
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Martha Wapperled - Sat, 25 Nov 2017 07:18:05 EST ID:IqgnmU+/ No.357669 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357668
According to what exactly? I mean, obviously you'll become physically dependent, but do they return to placebo efficacy for anxiety after a couple of weeks like benzos?
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Eliza Happerstone - Sat, 25 Nov 2017 17:30:26 EST ID:tk4VI4I5 No.357676 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357668
Why not? Seems to be helping. Don't fix what ain't broke, even if you "aren't supposed to". Whatever that means.


>>357669
You should be very skeptical of those studies claiming that benzos become ineffective for anxiety (or make it worse) after habituation. Most of these studies include tons of patients who are just abusing them, as well as patients who should be on completely different medications. There's no magic pill that fixes anxiety for everyone, but for certain people, who take them as prescribed (by a competent psychiatrist) it makes a huge difference long term.
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Martha Tillinggold - Sat, 25 Nov 2017 21:22:02 EST ID:2PHIe/yO No.357688 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357660

Your post sounds exactly like something I could/would write about my own use. My /Psy/ and /dis/ use began out of my interest in exploring consciousness and the things that are possible to experience. Now my use is almost wholly spiritual/philosophical. I only use /dis/ now, but I do so for the same reasons as you.

I know exactly the door you've found, and I've also gone through it, and there's really no going back. I mean, every experience that you have changes you forever, but some things more than others. I've experienced things so intensely profound that I feel like nothing could ever surprise or amaze me ever again.
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James Pabblefine - Sat, 25 Nov 2017 22:39:25 EST ID:aCZW6Wd6 No.357694 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357669
>>357676

You become tolerant and dependant. With anxiety/depression/etc the aim should be to wean yourself off gradually anyway.
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Basil Brunnerfit - Sun, 26 Nov 2017 02:05:30 EST ID:IqgnmU+/ No.357700 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357694
Yes, obviously you become dependent, I did say that. The question is whether they continue to be effective and whether there are any serious side effects to long terms use, dependence is a given.
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Phyllis Blatherham - Sun, 26 Nov 2017 17:26:31 EST ID:Wf414xHT No.357719 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357700

>Yes, obviously you become dependent

And tolerant, as he said. Do you know what tolerance is? It means the drug stops being effective at the same dose. Did you just miss the word tolerant? I'd like to think you're not just being purposefully obtuse but I am really confused.
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Angus Doffingworth - Sun, 26 Nov 2017 17:59:17 EST ID:tk4VI4I5 No.357720 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357719
Do *you* know what tolerance is? Tolerance means the drug stops being *as* effective at the same dose. It does not necessarily mean that the drug becomes completely ineffective at said dose. Alcohol tolerance is the best example for this: people (usually) don't just drink exponentially more and more until they die, they just don't get trashed on two beers anymore. If your definition of tolerance were true of every drug then we wouldn't have a pharmaceutical industry at all.
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Alice Honeyforth - Sun, 26 Nov 2017 23:44:31 EST ID:aCZW6Wd6 No.357743 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I can tell you what my doctor has said. He put me on pregabalin and has said it's a drug for mid-term use, for anxiety, but tolerance and dependance can be an issue if you are using it for more than a year.

You are 'supposed' to discontinue the drug if you can. Not needing to use the drug is ideal. That's really all I'm saying.
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Betsy Himmerfoot - Mon, 27 Nov 2017 00:34:54 EST ID:tk4VI4I5 No.357744 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357743
I get what you're saying. These sorts of recommendations exist for lots of medications, but I'm sure you know doctors have discretion over these things. Stick with what works and don't be afraid to try new things when the first-line treatment doesn't work. I'll say that discontinuing anything that fucks with GABA is a pain in the ass so if the pregabalin is still working for you in a year you might just want to stick with it. The worst that can happen is you just have to take it indefinitely which might be at-worst a minor inconvenience (unless you can't afford it). Okay, time to get to bed before I ramble myself to death.
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Alice Honeyforth - Mon, 27 Nov 2017 06:18:53 EST ID:aCZW6Wd6 No.357749 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357744

I'm already getting discontinuation anxiety from skipping one dose. I'm on 150mg twice a day. I figure I am digging myself a deeper hole the longer I stay on it. So if I stop as soon as I can then I'll get it over with it as quickly as I can. But can I stop yet? Is the anxiety reduction worth it to continue for now? These are all questions we have to answer ourselves (and with the doc's help).
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Betsy Himmerfoot - Mon, 27 Nov 2017 15:01:24 EST ID:tk4VI4I5 No.357756 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357749
Agreed. For me, my anxiety is so pervasive that I cannot see myself not on medication for the rest of my life. I tried to be 100% unmedicated and I was a wreck. A lot of people think of lifelong medication as some kind horrible burden, or unnatural. But if your body chemistry is so consistently fucked up, it would be irrational not to be taking something for it.

150mg twice a day is a very low dose. I know the rebound anxiety is scary (no really, I get it), but you haven't dug yourself too deep a hole so don't obsess over it.
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Hugh Hommerkut - Mon, 27 Nov 2017 20:50:39 EST ID:tk4VI4I5 No.357757 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357756
Oh sorry, I mixed up pregabalin and gabapentin dosages. 150mg twice a day is moderate but remember it goes up to 600mg per day. Gabapentin goes even higher, but it doesn't last as long. When I first started on the gabapentin I would get rebound anxiety if I missed a dose by as little as an hour. Not a problem for me a year later. I can delay a dose for 2-3 hours if I'm having a DXM trip and I don't want to take my bedtime dose right away (it tends to terminate the trip).

The eternal struggle between GABA and glutamate, inhibition versus excitation. It's funny how the scientific model also works as a metaphor for anxiety in general.

Double post, nb.
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William Dommerwan - Mon, 27 Nov 2017 22:55:57 EST ID:pyI6+/eH No.357758 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's one of those cases where humans accidentally an entheogen.
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Ebenezer Gendlefock - Tue, 28 Nov 2017 07:44:26 EST ID:aCZW6Wd6 No.357765 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>357757

Yesterday I only had 150 / 75

Today I tried to go without any pregabalin at all, I was suicidal by the 7-8pm mark. Life felt totally meaningless and pointless and worthless. So I gave up and had one 150. Then I suddenly became jolly. 45 minutes after ingesting I hadn't a care in the world.

Mfw the pregabalin kicks in
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Hugh Hommerkut - Tue, 28 Nov 2017 12:54:37 EST ID:tk4VI4I5 No.357767 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357765
Dude you have to taper real slow if you want to get off of it. Like even slower than a benzo taper.
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Thomas Draffingpun - Wed, 29 Nov 2017 00:03:08 EST ID:aCZW6Wd6 No.357782 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357767
You can't blame me for trying though can you. To get rid of it asap.
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Archie Babbleridge - Wed, 29 Nov 2017 01:32:51 EST ID:tk4VI4I5 No.357787 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357782
I was like this with the clonazepam. I really just wanted to be off it. I hated the idea I would be dependent on it forever, and it made me so sluggish. But the gabapentin helped me taper from 1 mg to 0.5 mg, and the two seem to work very well together at low doses. No more sluggishness and I can actually get to sleep every night. No ridiculous anxiety attacks keeping me up until 10AM, I can SLEEP.

That's just me though. Everyone's body chemistry is different. But finally seeing what it's like to not be completely crippled by anxiety, I guess I'm alright with being on meds forever.

But really man, slow and steady with anything GABAnergic. I know it's frustrating (took me a year for the clonazepam taper, at 0.125mg increments) but you'll get there. Your doctor can prescribe whatever dosage pills you need to help you taper. Since gabapentin is not controlled, he shouldn't have any issue with you have extra pills of varying dosages.
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Alice Sushhood - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 01:44:38 EST ID:jIfTYaZd No.358543 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357765
it's all in your head you pissy pussy
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Thomas Blatherham - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 06:54:02 EST ID:VBqbkNrC No.358548 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Fond memories, I guess. I have some childhood trauma, and trying DXM at 17 was one of the first times I had felt 100% okay in 7 years. And it kicks my natural dissociative superpowers up to 11 which I appreciate.
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Martha Drenderwork - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 12:16:44 EST ID:G5vwYWcF No.358552 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357629
how does it compare?
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Phoebe Sonningfoot - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 13:13:55 EST ID:cfshlMwM No.358553 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I use it when I have a cold
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Augustus Fillykine - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 20:17:47 EST ID:IqgnmU+/ No.358558 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>358543
A lot of things are "all in your head" doesn't make them much less challenging.
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George Chiddlehit - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 13:13:37 EST ID:mTo2hdWA No.358567 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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To get instructions from the frog god
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Wesley Finnerchutch - Thu, 18 Jan 2018 00:22:36 EST ID:MOuuvKOx No.358584 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Modern shamanism
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Fuck Sezzlefoot - Thu, 18 Jan 2018 08:45:00 EST ID:bBbM9Fwz No.358586 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>357501
Something inside me died
I use DXM because it used to interact with whatever that thing was
But because it's not there anymore nothing of value happens
It's instinctual, at this point
I sound melodramatic and easy to dismiss but this is all very real to me, and I've seen it happen to other people but usually not so early in life
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Charles Honeyshaw - Thu, 18 Jan 2018 15:37:41 EST ID:xT7h2KJQ No.358590 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357627
> it felt like my head was in freefall while the rest of body wasn't.
When I dosed DXM for my first time, that exact feeling made me pass out. It felt exactly the same as fainting uncontrollably after seeing blood or something that makes you viscerally uncomfortable. Maybe I'm just equating the two experiences, and I hope I am as I'd like a good time on DXM, but I didn't find this enjoyable whatsoever.
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Phoebe Dicklekag - Thu, 18 Jan 2018 17:58:10 EST ID:hP8LZiOQ No.358595 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>358586

its ur inner child
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Archie Bunningchadging - Thu, 18 Jan 2018 19:38:03 EST ID:5bZkixuA No.358599 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>357501
What makes me come back is because it is literally the best feeling in the world. In my drug career i have been hooked on amphetamines, opiates, benzos, hypnotics and bouts of DPH use and also tried a myriad of other street drugs but DXM is just fucking magical. I quit the pills and speed but i will never quit the dex. I mean no other drug has me dancing in my back yard at 1 in the morning to witch house and industrial music. Nothing can match that manic euphoric trip from DXM and the stupid shit i end up doing on it. It makes any shitty day turn around and of course it is so easy to get just a quick walk down to the drug store. But all in all it is just my favorite drug. Every time it kicks in its like the feeling of coming home after a long hard day. Sorry for the weird ramble im riding that afterglow and dosed some dph and its kicking in.
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Simon Blabblefone - Fri, 19 Jan 2018 01:25:54 EST ID:nNrjOQK/ No.358606 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>358586
Can relate to these feels.

I would say it was my heart, my ability to feel connected to other people, my inner self/will.
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Esther Pimmleson - Fri, 19 Jan 2018 02:45:39 EST ID:plRSCk64 No.358610 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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i would feel it when i cut off my hands off
otherwise
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Caroline Sirryberk - Fri, 19 Jan 2018 02:55:25 EST ID:O+qa/2sf No.358611 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>358610
haha so edgy and le epic XD!!
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Lillian Debblehork - Fri, 19 Jan 2018 15:50:19 EST ID:vPR2hmqd No.358617 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's easy as fuck to get, easy as fuck to take (as long as you do gels with lots of lemonade to wash em down) and it goes well with DPH.
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Esther Pimmleson - Fri, 19 Jan 2018 18:50:58 EST ID:plRSCk64 No.358620 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>358611

brotha you dont even know
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Hamilton Sobbleshaw - Fri, 19 Jan 2018 19:43:31 EST ID:O+qa/2sf No.358621 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>358620
i bet i know more than you, "brotha"
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Ernest Greencocke - Tue, 23 Jan 2018 03:08:14 EST ID:QfDUZzR+ No.358679 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357501

It's legal, available at the store I get all my other shit from for $5-10, and is better than being sober.

It's not as good as opioids or benzos, but it mixes things up.
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Jarvis Hinnerhodge - Wed, 24 Jan 2018 08:14:21 EST ID:RKmyTXkc No.358697 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>358621
>>358620

You don't wanna know how much I know, "brotha,"'s.
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Fucking Crerringpork - Wed, 24 Jan 2018 18:54:36 EST ID:FzxGdrT1 No.358706 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>havent done dxm for years
>literally gag/throw up in my throat when I even see a picture of the red gel caps or its container after years of abusing dxm
>seem to get stomach aches from it the few times I tried since then
>remember it very fondly though
>have had life-fucking anxiety lately
>kinda wondering if a good trip wouldn't help it
>have a couple bottles sitting in my cupboard, and a can of coke to wash 'em down

Encourage me downing 'em, friends. I want to but am hesitating for some unconscious reason

And pray to the stomach lords for me pls
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Nicholas Dunkinwure - Wed, 24 Jan 2018 20:46:48 EST ID:FzxGdrT1 No.358708 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>358706
I did the roll thread, the numbers told me to dose up. /diss/'d as fuck now. some pukey moments coming up but worth it
10/10 these good feels are why I come back to dxm
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Hugh Didgepore - Fri, 26 Jan 2018 16:03:03 EST ID:5c4xCmIA No.358749 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>358697

God damn that pornstar has sopme SLOPPY blowjob videos hnnnnnnnnnnnnng
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Ernest Tillingridge - Sat, 27 Jan 2018 17:40:26 EST ID:FBvCvVf2 No.358787 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>358749

Did you know she quit the porn industry and now works as a stand up comic?

Damn, she's sexy as fuck though.
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Ernest Tillingridge - Sat, 27 Jan 2018 17:44:40 EST ID:FBvCvVf2 No.358788 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>358787

Comic. I meant stand up comedian, haha. Nb.
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Wesley Findledeg - Sun, 28 Jan 2018 00:11:23 EST ID:plRSCk64 No.358791 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>358788

good for her bad for us
but alas
i can draw hentai yo

any requests? I am curious to /dis/'s tastes lol

>pic related is the level im operating at
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Angus Chaffinghall - Sun, 28 Jan 2018 03:04:35 EST ID:F3X0kEgc No.358794 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>358791
what's the lamba like kana supposed to be ?
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Wesley Findledeg - Sun, 28 Jan 2018 15:04:35 EST ID:plRSCk64 No.358809 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>358794

idk im still learning
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Edwin Dondernatch - Sun, 28 Jan 2018 15:36:48 EST ID:dkmLWNmL No.358810 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>358794
I think it's do. and the bottom one is definitely ki. it spells doki.
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Cedric Murdcocke - Thu, 01 Feb 2018 20:56:28 EST ID:wp16nQJP No.358925 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>358791
i request a girl with a look that reminds you of the magic that you once saw. The look that seems to promise that world that establishes it's reality like a gate you could say through which you can glimpse at it again.
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Basil Hozzlebuck - Fri, 02 Feb 2018 01:57:09 EST ID:plRSCk64 No.358934 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>358925

"'The generative law of the All was the First Mind;
But the Second was the effused chaos of the First:
In the third place the Soul received a law, and began to operate. â€
Whereupon She (the Soul) enveloped in the figure of a fawn,
Struggles with Death, suffering a probationary penance.
At one time, invested with royalty, she beholds the Light;
At another, cast down into misery, she weeps.
Now she weeps and rejoices;
Now she weeps and is judged;
Now she is judged and dies.
When shall her deliverance be?
The wretched one
Hath entered, as she strayed, into an evil labyrinth.
But Jesus said: Father, suffer me;
She in quest of evil (or, the chased of evil ones) upon earth
Wandereth about, destitute of Thy Spirit:
She seeketh to escape from the bitter chaos,
But knoweth not how to pass through.
For this cause send me, O Father!
I will go down holding the Seals,
I will pass through all the Æons;
I will reveal all the mysteries;
I will manifest the forms of the gods; ‡
And the hidden secrets of the holy way
I will teach, giving unto them the name of GNOSIS.'
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Cedric Murdcocke - Fri, 02 Feb 2018 04:35:02 EST ID:wp16nQJP No.358940 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>358934
great stuff, thank you.
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Wesley Tillingman - Thu, 08 Feb 2018 23:38:37 EST ID:IloN6QLN No.359237 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>357656
Hi god welcome to godland where all your gods wishes can become true!

I am also god how are you?

Salutations to all the other gods and dogs out here

but no props to the sigma shaman type of bloke who believe they are the only god incarnate.
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Wesley Tillingman - Thu, 08 Feb 2018 23:53:35 EST ID:IloN6QLN No.359238 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>358934
Holy shit /dis/ can draw
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Cornelius Buzzville - Fri, 09 Feb 2018 15:03:06 EST ID:plRSCk64 No.359266 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>359238

yeah mane
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John Dartman - Fri, 09 Feb 2018 17:43:36 EST ID:drd/v5WC No.359275 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359237

Sup, dog? It might also so happen that I am also god.
Cheap stance for someone unholy upon this divine ground I trod.
Oh well! Never did mind nor spend big on low quality sod.
But my grass still grew as tall as the sun, heaven, or anyone.

Don't let me be forgetting or let leave the thoughts on sieve,
They bettered my last letting in or on broiled beliefs like tea.
Simple leafs not dittering but in the very least special to me.
I picked them all up as a child and left them where my heart would be.

In sea we'd seen steadily seeded seems seamed to bring up lovely things.
These things... Not frought.
Better brings on the posh spot. Settle down a little and have a small lot with us.

Won't you come inside and have a cup o' tea with me an' the Missus?
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Hugh Pondleham - Sat, 10 Feb 2018 05:35:09 EST ID:WkJZM9ni No.359294 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>357627
up your dose, drink a little pomegranate juice too
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Polly Cerrychudge - Sat, 10 Feb 2018 05:57:12 EST ID:pAZn5ow/ No.359296 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359294
the fuck? what does pomegranate juice do? I thought it's the enzyme inhibiting properties of grapefruits that do the trick. I'm pretty sure pomegranate juice doesn't have those, so what's the connection here? is it really a potentiator?
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Hannah Cloffingstork - Sat, 10 Feb 2018 12:32:35 EST ID:BxtrS3E7 No.359307 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359296
pomegranate may have similar inhibitory effects on 3a4, like wgj
http://dmd.aspetjournals.org/content/33/5/644
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Polly Cerrychudge - Sat, 10 Feb 2018 13:25:14 EST ID:pAZn5ow/ No.359308 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359307
>wgj
does w stand for white? I think i have this all upside down, cause i also thought that both red and white grapefruit has the same effects...
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Walter Norryhitch - Sat, 10 Feb 2018 13:32:20 EST ID:Zsdwc9PN No.359310 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I saw the faces of all life morph infinitely, the seed of their faces, and the chimeras. The godhead sees all, knows all, and is all. Our souls are but it's personalities each which it's own collection of personalities based on other lives, but all combined.

I don't want to do DXM anymore. lol
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Alice Cregglechore - Sun, 11 Feb 2018 13:36:03 EST ID:5MSM4AZg No.359336 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359296
Don't do it, it'll bring your 50 trip limit closer.
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Eliza Brishstut - Sun, 11 Feb 2018 13:54:03 EST ID:pAZn5ow/ No.359338 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359336
>50 trip limit closer.
what is that?
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Wesley Breshhall - Sun, 11 Feb 2018 13:56:01 EST ID:KQ2fluPC No.359339 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359338
bullshit
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Eliza Brishstut - Sun, 11 Feb 2018 15:24:59 EST ID:pAZn5ow/ No.359343 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359339
please describe
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Ebenezer Sunkinhat - Sun, 11 Feb 2018 17:25:29 EST ID:OcRh0oMq No.359346 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359343
don't have more than 50 trips bro.. you might get lost out there.. dont step on the sidewalk cracks either.. bad things will happen
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Charlotte Tootwill - Sun, 11 Feb 2018 23:27:16 EST ID:Ql9nhB3K No.359357 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359346
the most stressful and the worst thing about the 50 trip limit is having to count each one of your trips. What if you mess up the number and count wrong?
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Phoebe Murdhood - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 04:07:53 EST ID:Yp0OGhOz No.359364 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359357
I dunno bro, but I'm at least past 2 or 3......hundred. Not to mention things that aren't DXM.
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Reuben Gemblelock - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 10:52:34 EST ID:g29yz5ue No.359367 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359364
does a redose count as a trip? say i take 600mg while coming off like 1200mg, is that 2 trips?
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Shit Fonnerford - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 12:46:03 EST ID:Dcg6JVjS No.359376 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359367
nah man, it's different, redosing is like having 4 trips - so you're quite fucked
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Reuben Gemblelock - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 13:02:02 EST ID:g29yz5ue No.359380 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359376
damn...
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Graham Dreblingwater - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 19:45:21 EST ID:uFuwd1p1 No.359391 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Personally, I keep coming back to DXM because I've never experienced anything like it, and it fascinates me endlessly. I have only tripped a handful of times, but every time I've tripped I try to go higher. It started with 2nd plat, then I moved onto 3rd, and my most recent was 4th. The lower plateaus were fun, but the higher ones are what I am most interested in. The more DXM I take, the more alien everything feels, the more disconnected my senses become from my consciousness. DXM is like an Xacto knife slicing its way through the seams which attach my perception of the world to my understanding of it; I become aware of what it's like to think but not to feel, what it's like when my understanding of reality and my perception of it to become so misaligned that everything in my house feels like part of an immutable portrait of plastic playthings. Even if it's not euphoric, or necessarily enjoyable, dissociation fascinates me to no end, and I want to find how deep the rabbit hole goes.
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Jarvis Hurryson - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 23:14:12 EST ID:i1stuLF2 No.359397 Ignore Report Quick Reply
dxm makes chatting interesting
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Charles Sallydadge - Tue, 13 Feb 2018 06:23:38 EST ID:pAZn5ow/ No.359409 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359391
is there a dxm hole? if so what is it like, how does it compare to mxe or k hole?
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Doris Deblinghitch - Tue, 13 Feb 2018 07:35:07 EST ID:imHb3Uxm No.359412 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359391
How often does a 'normal' person buy DXM though? How often do people get coughs? I'm willing to bet that more money is spent on DXM products for abuse than for legitimate use.
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Doris Deblinghitch - Tue, 13 Feb 2018 07:44:03 EST ID:imHb3Uxm No.359414 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359412
That is not the post I meant to reply to.
nb
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Frederick Suddlefuck - Tue, 13 Feb 2018 15:16:12 EST ID:wHJJTpLV No.359417 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>359310
dang that happened to me too


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