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I didn't realise these Had potential by Shitting Gandlebadging - Thu, 23 Nov 2017 09:30:25 EST ID:juK3oBqg No.130384 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I've just started reading about Tianeptine and Memantin.Ive came across them on nootropic sites but never really know of their recreational effects.

I'm mainly I interested in the Memantine as I enjoy ketamine.but it seems as if it could get a little scary with it lasting so long.

What are your experiences with these two drugs,in taking them recreationally and for nootropic purposes?


what the fuck is glaucine? by Lydia Pockson - Mon, 13 Nov 2017 22:10:26 EST ID:abQD2WG9 No.130339 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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seriously, what the fuck is glaucine
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Matilda Sanderlot - Fri, 17 Nov 2017 15:49:36 EST ID:abQD2WG9 No.130361 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130354
what's it like? do you get a tolerance/withdrawals?
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James Dockleson - Mon, 20 Nov 2017 10:32:47 EST ID:jMMs8oE6 No.130370 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130361
I think I may have posted that, and if that's the case, I was definitely just shitposting. Yeah I definitely posted it. I remember the do you even lift bro bit at the end there now. Try some and report back.
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Clara Suffingtadge - Tue, 21 Nov 2017 14:32:11 EST ID:abQD2WG9 No.130380 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130370
a little worried to, the dopamine antagonism seems like it's made some people have some pretty serious suicidal thoughts.
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Ian Fettingfodge - Tue, 21 Nov 2017 18:04:44 EST ID:mAZHYNQK No.130382 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Do not fuck with dopamine antagonists.
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Archie Dullerlen - Wed, 22 Nov 2017 18:32:25 EST ID:xlUjY1Ax No.130383 Ignore Report Quick Reply
yeah this chemical made my balls fall off. not sure if i like that or not. it really sucks though. i don't like you stepdad


BWO by Fiend !!1C9jE+w+ - Wed, 07 Sep 2016 16:41:53 EST ID:UgPYdDab No.127759 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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HA HA! This one's mine, though CFT probably deserves it.
On 50mg Memantine as a mood-enhancer since I don't have any DCK
Started huffing some Butane just now. Might move on to some starter fluid in a bit.
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Hannah Drottingmidge - Fri, 10 Nov 2017 21:06:30 EST ID:ax7170N1 No.130324 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130323
I mean I mostly stick to /psy/ /dis/ and /del/ but I've been kind of interested in taking the plunge to full on huffing. But I'm mostly interested in stuff that produces hallucinations and such things, and stuff that's easy to get, like legal, OTC stuff.

I wouldn't really know where to start with that on here.
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Fri, 10 Nov 2017 23:49:07 EST ID:CWhcodHj No.130326 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>130324
Consider taking the plunge with starting fluid. It would fulfill all your desires, and it's my favorite inhalant despite the fact that heptane (one of its ingredient) probably causes brain/nerve damage.
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Fiend !!1C9jE+w+ - Sun, 12 Nov 2017 14:09:11 EST ID:FjZnj8vj No.130336 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130324
I personally haven't had great experiences with Starter fluid, although I know most do. I think I just get kinda sicked out by the Ether at some point (it smells and tastes awful and will make you and everything you wear smell awful) and stop huffing before I get deep out there. Butane has given me some crazy fucking trips though. Gasoline is a fucking weird one, completely delusional but not necessarily visual. IDK. I've only done a handful of tests. It's fucking hilarious if you can get Sharpies to actually work, but it takes time and effort.

That's the thing about all inhalants though, is the intensity of the results you get is entirely based on how efficiently and effectively you can inhale both oxygen, and whatever the fuck else in balanced enough quantities that you can keep descending into the inhalant headspace without– like– passing out or whatever (don't be that stupid); cause you have to build most of them up. Depending on your choice of substance and huffing technique (rag v bag, etc.) you'll need to continue huffing for a while to get beyond a shitty spinny buzz with the wah-wah sound.
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Isabella Murdham - Mon, 20 Nov 2017 16:30:12 EST ID:JnqIBLGD No.130372 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Bumping on amyls
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Clara Suffingtadge - Tue, 21 Nov 2017 14:43:46 EST ID:abQD2WG9 No.130381 Ignore Report Quick Reply
BWO on 1800mg gabapentin uwu


Do doctors hate it when you try to diagnose yourself or something? by Angus Feshsit - Sat, 18 Nov 2017 18:25:16 EST ID:zOCBJFve No.130362 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This has happened a couple of times, some shit happened to me and I google'd and wiki'd it and said to the doc "was this serotonin syndrome?" "is this technically called HPPD?" (persistent hallucinations) "is this intrusive thoughts?" "is this a schizophrenic symptom?" and the doc seems to get pissed at me and basically ask me "just what are the symptoms?"

When I get psychoactive issues I usually have a few days to figure this stuff out myself, because I have the ability to do that via the internet and my intelligence. But the docs seem to dislike it and just press me for the symptoms so that they can assess the situation. Is it just because they want to be le doctor and not me? Maybe they are mad that robots will be doing their job <5-10 years
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Graham Shittingville - Mon, 20 Nov 2017 16:16:08 EST ID:zOCBJFve No.130371 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130365
Truth man. Like I said, le doctors are mad that the bots are coming for their jobs. I am a uni student like everyone else at my uni doctors place and we are all perfectly capable of googling symptoms and discerning possible illnesses, disorders and diseases.

>>130366
Nah I am just using my brain. And I mean that non-sarcastically. I am using my intelligence.

>>130367
I won't take it up the ass like a good little stallion.

>>130369
Good advice. Obvious, and I already know it, but good.

I am Aussie, we have free health care feelsgoodman. If the people of your country had any intelligence they would have done something about the prison industrial complex. Start with that and not the harmless drug seekers. We have our own problems though down here. Like housing prices. I wasn't exactly looking for meds btw.
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Nicholas Dallyman - Mon, 20 Nov 2017 21:07:28 EST ID:jMMs8oE6 No.130373 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>130371
>I wasn't exactly looking for meds btw.
AND THAT IS WHY YOU FAIL!
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Archie Duckhood - Tue, 21 Nov 2017 01:48:55 EST ID:K6Bq4Olc No.130376 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP you should tell your doctor your symptoms, have them run some medical tests, and get their diagnosis. Then you should go to another doctor and do all the same things and see if their diagnoses match up. If they do, then there's a pretty darn good chance that this is the correct diagnosis. If not, then go to a third doctor and so on...
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Shitting Mandlemet - Tue, 21 Nov 2017 02:24:54 EST ID:d253OyZI No.130377 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130371
>I am a uni student like everyone else at my uni doctors place and we are all perfectly capable of googling symptoms and discerning possible illnesses, disorders and diseases.

Yeah, you're not though. Self diagnosis through googling has rubbish accuracy.
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Shitting Mandlemet - Tue, 21 Nov 2017 02:28:37 EST ID:d253OyZI No.130378 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130377
I mean, it's not a bad idea to look it up beforehand, just don't assume you've got it right. Treating doctors as an absolute authority is a bad idea too, but differential diagnosis isn't always easy.


Duster for cleaning keyboard and experimenting with by Oliver Tootstone - Sun, 17 Sep 2017 00:14:59 EST ID:o/i+ozhY No.130048 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I need to clean my keyboard so I'm in the market for some compressed air. What brand should I buy and what active ingredients should I look out for to maximize my fun and minimize the brain damage for huffing the rest?
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Oliver Mublingcocke - Sun, 05 Nov 2017 14:49:34 EST ID:1mrnr9mU No.130306 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130244
Just curious how much K and MXE we're you doing at that time

Cause I binged on K pretty hard too and want to see where I stand in terms of brain damage
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Angus Summlepeck - Fri, 17 Nov 2017 00:41:32 EST ID:JW1Y44Od No.130355 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130261
>>130298
I was regularly taking a B12 supp but the problem I later found out is those pills don't really have a high bioavailability especially when taken orally with a shitty diet, now I know there's better ways of taking it like sublingual liquids and b12 methylcobalamin but I just didn't care about the consequences of my retarded actions back then.
>>130306
Mxe daily from 20-60mg for a few months with additional K anywhere from .1-.4(smallish lines, almost never went for a hole) throughout 6-12 hour sessions, The real killer I felt was the nitrous i'd do about 600-1200 whips throughout the night and drank a bit of alcohol during as well, usually like 6-8 beers. Never felt any liver pains or anything but I was usually so numb it could've been present and I didn't notice, Slight bladder problems around a month and a half where i'd have to piss from the booze but would have trouble getting it started and have to wait a minute or two but again no real pain as far as I could tell. My story probably can't give you any solid frame of reference because of all the unique factors but it may be worth noting it took a pretty long time of this same nightly ritual for things to get noticeably bad where I needed an MRI on my dome. How long into the abuse it took for this damage to begin forming will never be known. Also years before this happened when MXE first started trending around 2011/2012 pre analogue act I was using 15-35mg daily for more or less 6 months straight so I may have been predisposed, Although I quit that when it became illegal and I didn't notice any negative health effects or damage except I was less interested in things for a while.
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Mon, 20 Nov 2017 21:17:45 EST ID:1cLE1vDc No.130374 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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As far as I know, all the common brands today have 1,1-difluoroethane (HFC-152a). Trifluoroethane (HFC-143a) and tetrafluoroethane (HFC-134a) have also been used in dusters, but you'll have a hard time finding them. They also absorb much more heat in the atmosphere than HFC-152a. So lynch mobs of environmentalists will come after you if you huff HFC-143a or HFC-134a frequently.

In fact, difluoroethane has less global warming potential than nitrous oxide, but I'm getting off topic. Just remember that anyone who chooses N2O over duster is an ANTI-ENVIRONMENTALIST PIG.

You should avoid all drugs to minimize brain damage. It's unlikely you'll have significant brain damage from huffing duster once in a while; the highest risk lies with those who huff many times a day, everyday without proper oxygen breaks. Refrigerants like duster carry some unique risks to the heart and bones, so obviously avoid it if you have any heart problems bone damage/disease.

Like almost every inhalant (even pure nitrous oxide), duster will displace oxygen in the body if you huff it continuously. So don't do this! Take one long, deep huff, hold it in until you start feeling numb, then exhale and breathe normal air until it fades away.
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Mon, 20 Nov 2017 21:19:44 EST ID:1cLE1vDc No.130375 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130374
*heart problems or bone damage/disease.
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John Handernot - Tue, 21 Nov 2017 12:37:51 EST ID:US+dnBuc No.130379 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>130355
>Mxe daily from 20-60mg for a few months with additional K anywhere from .1-.4(smallish lines, almost never went for a hole) throughout 6-12 hour sessions, The real killer I felt was the nitrous i'd do about 600-1200 whips throughout the night and drank a bit of alcohol during as well, usually like 6-8 beers.

How much money do you have? I couldn't afford to abuse anything like that even if I wanted which I don't but I wish I had some. Should I give you my bitcoin address, lol?

NB


Datura by Laurel Winter - Fri, 17 Nov 2017 02:36:39 EST ID:nzLnN49K No.130356 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Does anyone know anything about how it's used, made, and what the high is like?
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Isabella Clirryfoot - Fri, 17 Nov 2017 05:45:55 EST ID:d253OyZI No.130357 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130356
/deli/, /deli/ and it's a deleriant.

It's really quite dangerous due to the unkown dosage of actives in the plant, and the fact that the amount to trip vs the amount to kill you aren't too different.
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Esther Fittingchane - Fri, 17 Nov 2017 06:22:45 EST ID:5w72sz8U No.130358 Ignore Report Quick Reply
the high is super euphoric and amazing i highly recomend you try it OP
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Chester noddington - Mon, 20 Nov 2017 07:08:05 EST ID:IAZ6tWTZ No.130368 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130358
Especially when IV or IM


zolpidem by Jack Pickspear - Tue, 22 Aug 2017 04:25:15 EST ID:dkuEZOss No.129922 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Are the shadow people one can see on Ambien merely hallucinations or are they discarnate entities? What are they? I saw so many of them in my room. Some were tiny (like action figures and smaller), others very tall (their heads hit the ceiling), and the rest anywhere in between.
A side note, ambien is fucked up.
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Cyril Bardshaw - Tue, 12 Sep 2017 07:58:07 EST ID:TJ+ZiG2p No.130007 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>129922
I do miss ambien hallucinations...but years of use/abuse has given me pretty much a permanent tolerance (that even months of abstinence won't fix). Still gets me properly fucked up, but the visual aspects of the drug are long gone.
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Krud Dumpworth - Tue, 07 Nov 2017 13:41:02 EST ID:zzy6LKMx No.130312 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I get nothing visual from staying up on ambien (other than towels and loose clothing dancing around), but my body gets into all sorts of shenanigans as soon as I knock out.

One time I woke up sitting in my car in the driveway, with my front door wide open, and a burning frying pan filled with an exotic blend of shampoo, cumin and pinenuts sitting on my stove.
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Fri, 10 Nov 2017 01:00:30 EST ID:CWhcodHj No.130316 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>129974
I've only done Ambien once but I definitely agree. I had very few flat-out hallucinations, but certain objects seemed to develop personalities and attitudes. Every time I wrote, the tip of my pencil would quietly narrate; it used a different voice and made different sounds depending on the character and even the word I was writing. My door was also flowing with colors which changed depending on my mood.

Can't wait to try it again, or at least try another z-drug.
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Represent - Fri, 10 Nov 2017 14:38:27 EST ID:6SUpVXMp No.130321 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>130316
>Every time I wrote, the tip of my pencil would quietly narrate; it used a different voice and made different sounds depending on the character and even the word I was writing.
That sounds so freaking amazing, man, wow. Who even thinks of writing something with an actual pen while tripping, lol, but you got some nice effects. I guess you were writing a trip report.
I had some zopiclone once and I tried to stay awake on 15 mg, I think, but never got anything except for excessive sedation. I had a huge benzo tolerance at the time so I definitely needed a larger dose. I wish I had some zolpidem or zaleplon right now. What amazed me about zopiclone though was that just 7,5 mg managed to make sleep despite my large benzo tolerance. However, I would sometimes wake up after exactly 5 hours which is zopiclone's half life; it was almost as precise as an alarm clock. That's why I never liked zopiclone for sleep and I used it very rarely.

(picture unrelated, just a beautiful Amanita)
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Fuck Mellywure - Sat, 18 Nov 2017 19:48:53 EST ID:xsXvgOzj No.130363 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's not the ambien. Shadow people are ur only friends. Understand they are to comfort not fear.


Intranasal Insulin Thread by Edwin Fimmleworth - Sat, 11 Nov 2017 19:56:34 EST ID:mzRu52cF No.130330 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I just started a regimen of 10 IU twice daily, may bump it up to 20 IU daily in a few days.

Been on it for three days, noticed it gives what appears to be a gentle mood boost, but after the second day I really noticed how unusually productive I was, to a point where I have gotten more work done on my hobbyist electronic projects than I have in about two months, also got two medium sized school assignments out of the way I normally would have procrastinated doing.

Placebo or legit? Anyone else want to weigh in
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Fanny Grimwater - Fri, 17 Nov 2017 06:51:16 EST ID:vSxn7IH8 No.130360 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130330
legit enough, but please, for the sake of your future, read on!

One of the symptoms of untreated diabetes is fatigue and headaches... As you have taken insulin, the symptom has been alleviated, and you now feel more energetic.

I wouldn't start misusing insulin or upping the dose without your doctor's consent. Not only does it not produce any recreational effects, but it can also cause a lot of hell if you overdose and go hypoglycemic.

Further down the line, your body might become resistant to insulin if you keep overdosing. You might also encounter other problems with your metabolism.

If you have type 1 diabetes, especially the auto-immune variant (where your own body actively fights your pancreas), you should always carefully regulate your dose and monitor your diet.


Chili Peppers by Basil Drimmerbidging - Fri, 10 Nov 2017 21:49:33 EST ID:0F+F5bB/ No.130325 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Do Chilli Peppers count as a drug? I heard the chemical in them is a psychedelic?

I tried to use some habaneros today to enhance my psy trip but could only manage to down one as the salivation and burning was way too much to handle. It gave a bit of euphoria but didn't give anything psychedelic-wise. Are there more efficient ways?
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Sat, 11 Nov 2017 00:24:10 EST ID:CWhcodHj No.130327 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I love me some capsaicin, but it's not psychedelic. It can improve your mood and indirectly cause opioid effects, the intensity of which depends on how much pain and burning you're willing to endure.

I find that eating a medium-hot pepper over a period of 30 minutes gives a better "high" than eating a very hot pepper in a minute or two. And sometimes salsa or hot sauce can keep you burning (and releasing endorphins) longer than plain peppers.

My advice? Try plugging them.
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Basil Drimmerbidging - Sat, 11 Nov 2017 01:52:33 EST ID:0F+F5bB/ No.130328 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130327
Well thanks for the advice. I'll ignore the last bit but thanks anyway
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Edwin Fimmleworth - Sat, 11 Nov 2017 19:45:37 EST ID:mzRu52cF No.130329 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130327

>try plugging them

Every fucking time on this chan, someone suggests sticking drugs up your arse.
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William Barryhall - Sun, 12 Nov 2017 04:30:20 EST ID:K6Bq4Olc No.130332 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Don't stick spicy things up your butt. They will burn like crazy and you won't get the opioid-like effects that you do when eating them with your mouth.
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Fanny Grimwater - Fri, 17 Nov 2017 06:35:16 EST ID:vSxn7IH8 No.130359 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130325
You can get kind of "high" if you eat enough chilis....

If you stick to medium chilis (like jalapeno) or make a hot sauce/stew/whatever, and make sure to get to the stage of getting "cold sweats", you'll likely feel at least a bit sleepy afterwards.

Chicken, cheese, tobacco and weed synergize well with chilis. Chicken and some cheeses contain chemicals that make you tired (among those, various tryptamines). Tobacco and weed mellows the nerves...

You won't get any /psy/ synergy or experience from chilis or hot sauce, but it can help you get to sleep. If you have a hard time sleeping, just make a bowl of cheesy nachos with chicken and enjoy with hot salsa and pickled jalapenos... An after-dinner joint will ensure a quick KO.

But, unlike Homer in the episode of your pic related, you won't be kicking imaginary turles or talking to space coyotes....


Dream-state drug by Ernest Blanningsedge - Sun, 17 Sep 2017 17:53:45 EST ID:bP5Ommj1 No.130060 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Best drug to get closest to dream-state?
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Hedda Mellerbury - Wed, 08 Nov 2017 04:34:53 EST ID:5w72sz8U No.130314 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130064 this
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Hedda Mellerbury - Wed, 08 Nov 2017 04:36:23 EST ID:5w72sz8U No.130315 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130313 dude i know your lying i tried it before apple juice doesnt work what you really wanna be drinking before bed to get dreams is sodium hydroxide
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William Barryhall - Sun, 12 Nov 2017 04:42:31 EST ID:K6Bq4Olc No.130333 Ignore Report Quick Reply
DPH is readily available and inexpensive and will certainly cause you to have dreamlike hallucinations, but the odds of you landing in a nightmare state are (much) greater than landing in a "good" or a "neutral" dream state. Also it's not a substance that you can keep doing in the long term without causing serious brain and body damage. Make sure to drink enough water while doing it, and do not go over around 750mg per day!
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Alice Blirringlodging - Sun, 12 Nov 2017 05:13:24 EST ID:N9nM/GYy No.130334 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130333
if you do a 300/300-400 dxm/dph trip you're much more likely to land in a neutral or positive place.
I'd never recommend just dph.
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Archie Puzzlebury - Thu, 16 Nov 2017 14:08:50 EST ID:ZN11u+84 No.130353 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130060
Brugmansia flowers. Complete waking dreamland.


Cheap Thrills by Hamilton Chingerlock - Tue, 14 Nov 2017 23:00:47 EST ID:zKGXLzzH No.130342 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What's the cheapest, safest high I can get with over-the-counter drugs?

The gist of the story is, I'm on so many prescription medications that I need a high to counter the jitters and dizziness that I get as a side effects. I'm actually proactively looking into getting a medical card, if not waiting until the next year when it's legal in CA, but in the meantime, all I need is a cheap high--even if it's a buzz, to help me ge through the week.

Any recommendations for a lightweight? I would put this in a more suitable topic, but there wasn't really a general one to choose.
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Lillian Weffingbetch - Wed, 15 Nov 2017 05:30:11 EST ID:WyZklP7E No.130347 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>130346
Don't recommend DPH as a recreational drug you fucking retard wtf are you doing seriously
OP cards in Cali cost like $100 just get medical weed
OTC drugs in the US are notoriously bad for you (mentally and physically e.g. DXM, DPH)
Just smoke the pots and drink occasionally (if medication allows, but if youre already on a bunch of meds try and aim for a benzo or opiate script dude like its not hard)
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Lillian is a faggot - Wed, 15 Nov 2017 14:37:55 EST ID:ilDp6Tkm No.130348 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>130347
4/10 just stupid enough to provoke me.
Different doses of dph produce different effects ypu fucking scumbag. It can be a very relaxing anti anxiety drug at like 75mg. Im not telling him to go take 800mg and kill himself you fucking prick. Fuck you
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Ernest Dondlehodge - Wed, 15 Nov 2017 15:21:11 EST ID:SU9P1niW No.130349 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130342
I hate to disregard you and everyone else, but weed and booze is the most accessible cheap thrill. DPH fucks you up in unpleasant and unhealthy ways. But this is other so just take weed, beer, and DPH anyway. Fap hard my friend.
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Thu, 16 Nov 2017 00:22:20 EST ID:fcWlfpE5 No.130350 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130347
Regardless of whether or not you're trolling, I'd only recommend benzos to my worst enemies, or to folks with CRIPPLING anxiety. I've lost too much money and dug myself into too many holes because of benzos. DPH abuse, however, is self-limiting for most people because it's helpful in low doses, but those who take the plunge into medium-high doses usually hate it so much that they never try it again.

I wouldn't recommend opioids to OP either because of the whole dizziness thing. But yeah, medical weed has got to be the safest and most sustainable option here.
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Frederick Fimbleleck - Thu, 16 Nov 2017 13:19:29 EST ID:/KtlnkFV No.130351 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130347
I'd like to think this post is satire but I know it's not and it hurts me that people write shit as stupid as this and think it's ok to click "submit post"


Phenibut by Barnaby Lightstock - Sat, 04 Nov 2017 08:43:24 EST ID:bXR7nx8L No.130294 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Do you use phenibut regularly and if so what dose do you take in a day?

I take between 10 and 20grams a day for about 2 weeks then i take a week off. The withdrawals are hell but the benefits are worth feeling crappy for a few days if im going to feel anxiety free for 2 weeks. I have generalized/social anxiety disorder so phenibut is a godsend for me.

One issue that I have is after a few days on phenibut my feet and ankles swell up really bad, but again id rather be anxiety free than have normal feet.
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Eugene Cungergold - Fri, 10 Nov 2017 08:47:38 EST ID:d253OyZI No.130318 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130317
Not really like you describe, but I find it can make me more short tempered, impulsive and impatient.
A friend of mine who has anger issues has really lost his shit on phenibut a couple of times, broke a car window with his fist, broke his fist on a wall etc.
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Ian Crittingshit - Fri, 10 Nov 2017 09:21:02 EST ID:bXR7nx8L No.130319 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130317
i have experienced impulsiveness and impatience. When i would take 20 grams i would want to do everything right now and not wait for anything but it wasnt really an issue for me. I'm not really an angry person so no issues there. Going through WDs thought thinking about anything is negative though
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Phoebe Millerdock - Fri, 10 Nov 2017 10:16:51 EST ID:arKOKSou No.130320 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130317

A fear of anything nostalgic?

I think I kind of got this in withdrawal before but maybe you could elaborate more. It was like good memories from the past would come rushing back to me and they would be so powerful/intrusive it would almost knock me off my feet, then I would snap back to reality and realize I was alone in withdrawal and kind of freak the fuck out lol...I hate phenibut withdrawal.

I also got some form of akithisia in-between doses where I couldn't calm down and it felt like a rush of chemical displeasure was washing over me, sometimes causing me to pace. That was always scary to go through because it felt like it could last forever while it's happening which would drive anyone nuts.
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Sun, 12 Nov 2017 03:17:44 EST ID:CWhcodHj No.130331 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>130318
>>130319
Now that you mention it, I had some of this too. I'd be researching shit on my computer, very focused, and any time a page took too long to load I would get abnormally pissed off.

>>130320
>It was like good memories from the past would come rushing back to me and they would be so powerful/intrusive it would almost knock me off my feet
I guess this isn't far off. For me, the fear and crying were triggered hardest by media that reminded me of my childhood, like the Law & Order theme song. For some reason, I also imagined what it would be like to have kids and try to protect them from injury and trauma as they grow up, and it was fucking terrifying.

It's odd because I'd definitely expect those symptoms from opioid or GABAergic withdrawal, but they only happened 2-6 hours after taking the phenibut, during the high itself. I also felt some withdrawal symptoms while taking a break from phenibut, but they were very minor and I don't remember emotional instability being a part.
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Jack Mazzleman - Sun, 12 Nov 2017 10:11:10 EST ID:bXR7nx8L No.130335 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130331
I believe a decent dose of phenibut greatly increases empathy, making me more emotional about things but overall it improves my mood greatly, even if i cry for a minute or two im still pretty happy.


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