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why is ritalin so fiendy when snorted? by Angus Dunnerwell - Sat, 10 Feb 2018 22:00:45 EST ID:TNqIjNn+ No.284407 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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i like to snort ritalin and make music, its a cheap widely available stim where I live and it doesnt leave me feeling as bad as street speed. Does anyone know why this compound is so moreish when sniffed? Like, it's as bad as coke - I do a 30mg line and 20 min - half hour later i want another, usually bigger. I always buy them and mean to save them but end up snorting them all, does anyone know why this is and anyone who gets like this have tricks to stop yourself binging them all? Also was wondering if anyone could shed any light on why its snorting them thats so addictive - I can pop them functionally for work and shit and feel no craving, but as soon as i put them up my nose its as compulsive for me as coke, mephedrone or ketamine
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Dextrolord - Sun, 11 Feb 2018 00:15:40 EST ID:oG99ba1K No.284409 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>284407
I know what u mean but I stopped after a three day binge of eating, sniffing, and smoking it and being beyond burnt out for a couple weeks
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Angus Dunnerwell - Sun, 11 Feb 2018 08:22:31 EST ID:TNqIjNn+ No.284417 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>284409
you can smoke it? I'd be interested in that, is it similar to crack? and do you have to cook it to a freebase or can you just smoke the ritalin pills?
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Doris Billingdale - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 13:25:53 EST ID:F/FXqu3m No.284431 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>284407
It's not rocket science OP.

Just because it's legal doesn't mean it isn't dangerous or harmful. You know what's completely legal OTC for 12 year olds? Diphenhydramine: a potent deliriant on par with datura.
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Archie Windledan - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 14:38:05 EST ID:vKAn7vHw No.284434 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>284417
stick to sniffing or oral. pill binders are not good for you when inhaled
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Phoebe Nusslestock - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 17:46:27 EST ID:TKlCUPhO No.284438 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>284434
>stick to sniffing
>pill binders are not good for you when inhaled
wat
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Shit Nenderwater - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 18:45:04 EST ID:CXApaxpL No.284439 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>284438
>TFW you hand a bump to a friend and he literally snorts it into his lungs
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Nell Sishwater - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 20:31:36 EST ID:TKlCUPhO No.284441 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>284439
Most of it gets stuck in the nose and the membranes behind he nose. But any of that filler containing silica or other super-fine particles is going to end up in your lungs. You'd need to be doing heroic amounts of snorting for it to ever turn in to something dangerous (COPD?) but it's a non-zero risk that isn't worth it. Just eat the damn things.
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Isabella Granddock - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 21:34:46 EST ID:wQuaPv6V No.284444 Ignore Report Quick Reply
boof it
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Augustus Clayworth - Wed, 14 Feb 2018 12:27:51 EST ID:vKAn7vHw No.284502 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>284438
i meant when combusted and inhaled. in other words, smoked
but yeah, snorting shit tears apart your nasal passages. not good in the long-run either.

best way to do it is oral, if you dont mind the oral route, i'd stick with it. avoid smoking pills


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