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What are your favourite combos br/other/s? by Henry Dartshaw - Sat, 09 Dec 2017 08:02:52 EST ID:SHKSU7FD No.130439 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Discovered a pretty nice combination a while ago.
Doctor prescribed my friend with 150 mg Bupropion pills along with some Diazepam and Temazepam.
We ate all the benzos during the week and it was fun so we were left with the Bupropion and one night after a while of research my friend and I decided to snort 300mg of Bupropion and see if we felt anything.
And to our suprise it was a pretty pleasant stim feel along with some enchanced colors and eyesight, but nothing big, pretty subtle overall.
We had some bud too so we wondered would the two go well together. Only one way to find out so we rolled a big ol spliff and DAMN soon as I took a few drags I felt euphoric. It was a really weird but great combination, I felt laid back and mellow but at the same time really positive and clear. It was kind of like a poor mans molly. Only bad thing I can really say about this was that the pills have citric acid in them and it hurts a bit to snort it, but the pain lasts only a while tho.
If anyone happens to have these otherwise pretty mundane pills I recommend this combo.
You CAN get some fun out of these wellbutrin pills.
Peace out and merry xmas bros
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Frederick Drankinworth - Sun, 10 Dec 2017 10:43:32 EST ID:XReD2L79 No.130440 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130439
Well, I like a small-moderate dose of etiz, flub, xan, etc. some benzo to take the edge off, then a few beers to help chill, some hard opiate for pleasure, and then weed to round it all out. Sometimes I'll add DPH for potentiation, but not often. This combo kills a lot of people, so be careful. Small doses of each thing is key.
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Ernest Lightman - Sun, 10 Dec 2017 12:18:40 EST ID:SHKSU7FD No.130441 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130440
Damn thats a lot of stuff
What does this combination feel like? I would probably be in dreamland nodding like one mellow mofo. Dont know about DPH tho

I did a little bit of oxazepam and codeine, drank a few beers and smoked a spliff. That was probably the most mellow I've ever been and probably my favourite.
Though the most legendary euphoria i've ever gotten is from drinking 6 beers and snorting 0,4 g madame at one of my friends summer cottage. That was a fucking nice night
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Reuben Charrypene - Tue, 12 Dec 2017 04:24:48 EST ID:d253OyZI No.130447 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130439
DXM, PST, methylphenidate [spoiler[ and weed
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John Conkinsudging - Thu, 14 Dec 2017 22:07:43 EST ID:wXQ64no7 No.130452 Ignore Report Quick Reply
200-400 mgs tramadol + 1050 carisoprodol + a benadryl and some weed


Why does valerian root smell like butt hole? by Phoebe Crongerledge - Mon, 04 Dec 2017 05:38:36 EST ID:OMrTCLNG No.130423 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Why does valerian root smell like a butt?
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Edwin Heblingfidging - Mon, 04 Dec 2017 17:32:41 EST ID:PHla0GsA No.130425 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ever consider that human butt smells like valerian root?
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Martha Hunnersteck - Mon, 04 Dec 2017 23:14:55 EST ID:JnqIBLGD No.130426 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130425

Omg
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Shitting Gavingson - Wed, 06 Dec 2017 05:16:39 EST ID:TzI7WnUN No.130427 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>130423
>>130423
It doesn't, it smells like unwashed feet, ew, and it's due, to its active constituent, valeric acid aka pentanoic acid combined with a few other substances. To me, the root itself up close doesn't smell that bad, I find it smells a little like alcohol if that makes sense; it's when the volatiles dilute that they smell the worst, both in the air and when you get it on your hands. I guess it's a defense mechanism which protects the plant from being eaten but cats freaking love that stuff. It doesn't do almost anything for humans though, except for a baaarely noticeable sleepiness when taken in large quantities.
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Charlotte Follerlutch - Wed, 06 Dec 2017 16:54:04 EST ID:ZN11u+84 No.130428 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130427
So the fresh root doesn't smell so foul? It's just when the roots have oxidized?
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Cedric Godgeson - Fri, 08 Dec 2017 06:11:47 EST ID:g7+NZU+w No.130434 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130428
Idk what chemical process takes place but fresh or dry root out of the bag doesn't smell obnoxiously bad. I mean, it's not exactly pleasant but it's not disgusting either. It's only after the smell spreads and dilutes through the air that it smells the worst. You should buy some valerian tea and see for yourself; if you have cats, cats love it. The room where you unpack the root is gonna stink for half an hour to 1 hour though. And the cats stink too after they roll through it.


Opiate withdrawal day 3 by Nathaniel Billingbanks - Sat, 15 Jul 2017 00:43:21 EST ID:lo77mcXi No.129793 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Took 500mg GABA, 3750mg of Kratom, two squeezes of
Skullcap extract in water to alleviate symptoms. Haven't eaten all day.
Mfw
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Cedric Hinkinfield - Wed, 19 Jul 2017 13:21:12 EST ID:RM3UnEpd No.129811 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>129793
I think there's a way to convert GABA into picamillion through heating it. Not 100% sure but if you google it there should be a tek to convert it where it'll pass the BBB.

For myself, I'm on gabapentin ~2600mg and ~3g of kratom. Feeling pretty lit! Had a job interview, which is why I took the gabapentin. Think I aced it tbh, but I might have looked like a deluded monkey to the sober people interviewing me haha.
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Hannah Cisslefield - Sat, 25 Nov 2017 12:37:36 EST ID:60FXhEqd No.130402 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Who the fuck measures kratom in mg? Are you retarded, son?
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Ian Cevingtock - Sun, 26 Nov 2017 16:12:13 EST ID:ZN11u+84 No.130406 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130402
Someone who did a good extract and refined it to a crystal?
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press !XIxc6BpKnU - Mon, 27 Nov 2017 15:21:34 EST ID:ZXN08h1H No.130412 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130406
id venture to guess that a good extract wouldnt require 4grams
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Eliza Bingerfig - Wed, 29 Nov 2017 15:03:32 EST ID:fK2jfrMn No.130416 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>130402
>>130406
>>130412
Oh, cooomee oooon, maybe they have standardized capsules that add up to 3750 mg of Kratom. Three 1250 mg capsules would equal 3750 mg. That's the most logical explanation, I don't think anyone would measure a dose of plain leaf Kratom so precisely even if they have OCD. I have actual OCD and I would only measure it precisely up to the 3700 mg mark or the 3800 mg mark, etc.


>All those normie trip reports on circlejerk by Edwin Grimford - Tue, 28 Nov 2017 07:39:24 EST ID:zOCBJFve No.130413 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Where the user would take the substance then go for a walk with their dog around the block, or walk over to their friends house and have a chat before returning home

If your trips consist of anything other than lying on your bed in the dark maybe listening to music then I am absolutely disgusted with you

Anyway this is my thought and I just wanted to share it here because /b/ will delete any thread you make
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Betsy Drovingbodging - Tue, 28 Nov 2017 08:27:37 EST ID:JnqIBLGD No.130414 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130413
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David Sashfield - Tue, 28 Nov 2017 22:15:29 EST ID:d253OyZI No.130415 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130413
Having your dog take you for a walk around the block when you're tripping can be pretty fucking good.

Lying in the dark is good and all, but a bit of variety is nice too.
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Edward Blapperhed - Fri, 01 Dec 2017 13:23:41 EST ID:+w+Ln167 No.130420 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130413
OP is a fag.


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?
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Jenny Chepperhall - Fri, 24 Nov 2017 03:54:17 EST ID:d253OyZI No.130388 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130384
Tianeptine is a straight up opioid agonist as well as an antidepressant, if you don't fuck with opis already it's not a good place to start. It's very short lived and fiendish and has AD withdrawal side effects as well as opi ones.

Neither of these are really nootropics (though that label is kinda rubbish anyway)
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Phyllis Badgewine - Sat, 25 Nov 2017 12:10:26 EST ID:I05363gQ No.130398 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130387
You do not fuck around with MEMATINED UP MOTHERFUCKERS
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Hedda Chegglelark - Sun, 26 Nov 2017 12:56:49 EST ID:QydJQ7Sn No.130405 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Are their any precautions to take while using Tianeptine.Can you easily od on it?is it safe to use a mg spoon for weighing it out.
I did read something about someone saying the effects are similar to tramadol.if that's true then I think I'll pass on it.Tramadol used to just make me feel sketchy as fuck

>>130387
I think I'll skip the menantine after reading that.What is the hole actually like on it tho ?
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Henry Wengerwere - Sun, 26 Nov 2017 23:49:16 EST ID:le14F7cE No.130408 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130405
literally just read the whole wikipedia article on it
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Shit Garringsine - Mon, 27 Nov 2017 07:36:43 EST ID:d253OyZI No.130411 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130405
Ask /opi/ about tianeptine. It's not an SNRI like tramadol and has a much higher mu affinity.


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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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.
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Hannah Cisslefield - Sat, 25 Nov 2017 12:26:55 EST ID:60FXhEqd No.130399 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You just THINK you are capable of diagnosing yourself. You are not.
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Hannah Cisslefield - Sat, 25 Nov 2017 12:29:02 EST ID:60FXhEqd No.130400 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP has a massive superiority complex and thinks he has everything figured out. He is probably 13.


Kratom Thread. by Fuck Punkindale - Sun, 09 Apr 2017 06:47:38 EST ID:0Trz7i// No.129333 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Who here uses kratom? I've been using for 3 years now. Started with 15g then 10g, 7.2g and have finally settled around the 5g mark. I use daily and make it into a tea. Strains I use are bali, maeng da and cambodian (leaf). I did use to post on the circlejerk kratom subs, but discussion there sucks. Oh well, I won't turn my back on my channer friends again. So, do you use kratom?
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Eliza Smallham - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 21:51:59 EST ID:d253OyZI No.129378 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>129376
There's always a few people on opi who don't want to know about drugs that can't be IV'd. That said, kratom definitely works on opioid receptors and causes similar withdrawals with heavy enough use. It seems to have gotten more accepted on /opi/. I don't care where you post, you're just likely to get better discussion there. I haven't seen anyone being told to "GB2 other" in a long time.
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Beatrice Turveyman - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 00:43:09 EST ID:a2tWEJY0 No.129388 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>129373
Thanks for this, I found a better deal pretty quickly.
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Emma Bonkinwon - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 01:45:43 EST ID:N9nM/GYy No.129389 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>129388
Cool, let us know how it goes
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Hamilton Dumbletedge - Tue, 10 Oct 2017 05:35:13 EST ID:70Tsw6T0 No.130168 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>129349
same here got me off of meth without a bad time
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Hannah Brabberchut - Sat, 25 Nov 2017 00:09:03 EST ID:RDVhIqDh No.130394 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>129333
I've been using kratom intermittently for over a year now, I love it. Like others in the thread it greatly alleviates my anxiety and depression and was key to getting me off SSRIs and generally 'getting stuff done' and not wallowing in my own shit.
On a 12g dose of Red Bali and chilled the fuck out right now listening to some nice music.


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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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
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Nigel Crullerdale - Fri, 24 Nov 2017 10:50:32 EST ID:abQD2WG9 No.130391 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>130383


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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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
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Edwin Blassleway - Fri, 24 Nov 2017 23:16:37 EST ID:JW1Y44Od No.130393 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130379
Had a little less than 80k in the bank & a good paying job I enjoyed at the time and then a bunch of awful shit happened and I self sabotaged via going full retard in many different destructive ways. It's all gone now and even in a bit of debt at this point working a less desirable job to scrape away at it. Wish I had spent a good chunk of it on a therapist to learn healthy coping skills for what I was dealing with instead but I was too stubborn, lazy, & drugs/bad food/whores were my comfort zone so I went that way.
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Jarvis Drollyfoot - Sat, 14 Apr 2018 02:12:40 EST ID:X13uBKPT No.131173 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>130053
Thank fuck somebody has a brain. nb


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....


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