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Is tolerance a factor in taking bupe after using H. by Subboi - Wed, 13 Jun 2018 19:49:56 EST ID:x09PN8Zr No.596922 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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So for the past three days I've been blowing some kind of shitty heroin. It was okay? Not really. No real warmth and any "effect" it has lasted about 30 minutes.

I had no prior tolerance to this and really don't have one now at all imo.

I've done quite a bit of research of the effects of percipitated withdrawals at this point. Yet out of everything I've read it sounds like all of these people had massive habbits hence their horrible pwd.

None of these people mention tolerance though. I did my last bump of dope about 3 hours ago.

Would I even have a pw? With no tolerance or habbit. I've only done it for about three days.

So...yep. And we're talking like shitty small bumps here and there between hours nasally.

So would it be safe for me to take 4mg of bupe?

I mean even if I feel like shit for 30 minutes I won't mind. So. Yep.
Shitting Shakebanks - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 04:25:27 EST ID:no9P4/dg No.596974 Ignore Report Quick Reply
No you need to wait if you have any sort of dependence on opiates whatsoever. Trust me. I once took bupe only 6 hours after taking Fentanyl (I was already insanely sick, vomiting/diarrhea) and it put me in horrible PWD for around 24 hours. Nowadays I generally wait at least 12 hours after my last dose of H (I don't fuck with Fent anymore) before taking my bupe.

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