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Slight fever after taking DPH as a sleep aid.

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- Tue, 29 Dec 2020 11:09:55 EST Tru12621 No.159894
File: 1609258195914.jpg -(931287B / 909.46KB, 3840x2160) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Slight fever after taking DPH as a sleep aid.
I've had insomnia problems my whole life and I'm tired of taking trazodone because it makes my kidneys hurt. So I've fallen back to taking good ol' Benadryl again to help me fall asleep. I've been taking 100-125mg each night and I've noticed that I have a slight 99-99.5 F fever (37.2-37.5 C) the next day. Has anyone else ever experienced this?
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Lydia Poddlelore - Wed, 30 Dec 2020 19:18:51 EST Cz08iyug No.159898 Reply
>>159896
I just don't get it if it has something to do with fever, it's a lingering drug effects during withdraw.
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Lydia Poddlelore - Thu, 31 Dec 2020 07:37:30 EST Cz08iyug No.159900 Reply
>>159899
I took 25 mg every other day for sleep, occasionally recreational.

There were half a year when I stopped taking it at all and that was fine, nothing else besides hard to sleep.

Datura / Brugmansia harm reduction

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- Wed, 09 Dec 2020 00:51:17 EST YN94dySS No.159827
File: 1607493077458.jpg -(357488B / 349.11KB, 1232x1743) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Datura / Brugmansia harm reduction
At the end of the day the more one gets warned not to get anywhere near the nihhtshade the more intrigued one gets. Therefore I will try to ask questions about harm reduction.

Common side effects of datura are a very dry mouth and difficulty peeing. Some users therefore drink way too much water without urinating and get water toxicity. How can one taking an anticholenergic deliriant regulate water intake and urination?

In the case of things getting out of hand, what are ways to mitigate dangerous symptoms?

Can it be helpful to have antipsychotics and temazepam (of which he is already prescribed) nearby?

Are there any OTC cholonergic substances or substances that one can take that block anticholonergic activity?

As for dosing. My idea is to first smoke a few brugmansia leafs then eat no more than 12 datura seeds and drink datura+brugmansia tea after that.

What other measures can one take to maximally mitigate severe physical and psychiatric side effect? Am diagnosed with chronic depression since childhood with manic episides, schizophrenia, schizoid personality disorder, non-verbal learning disorder and enthusiasm and been psychiatrically hospitalized for 6 years
Am free since May this year. Medications are venlafaxine 375mg, mirtazepine 30mg, quetiapine XR 450 mg and temazepam.

Never been stable or happy in this life and dont care anymore
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Ian Forringstock - Mon, 28 Dec 2020 22:37:42 EST YN94dySS No.159892 Reply
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>>159890
Cont


https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diuresis#Forced_diuresis

For forced acid diuresis, ascorbic acid (vitamin C) is sometimes used. Ammonium chloride has also been used for forced acid diuresis but it is a toxic compound.[medical citation needed] Usually however, this technique only produces a slight increase in the renal clearance of the drug. Forced acid diuresis is rarely done in practice,[5] but can be used to enhance the elimination of cocaine, amphetamine, quinine, quinidine, atropine and strychnine when poisoning by these drugs has occurred.

Elaborate material:

thread subject zopiclone tolerac

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- Sat, 18 Apr 2020 09:57:48 EST tJKm5vYl No.159003
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i jsut wanna talk about tomsemrih I've notice d reacnel y witch regernds to the zoooopiclone. I't seems very ifficult to discer n tolleraance. Sometime take breal f=r mnth still have aottolorance. Someimtes tak en obreak and still get me high on low dose??????????/ loigic og ghit is where????? I'm jus ttry ing to .
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Caroline Tootville - Thu, 21 May 2020 12:48:18 EST s928vrKh No.159075 Reply
lmao i would not believe that a drug could do this to someone without them being able to tell if i hadn't already tried z-drugs
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Beatrice Mevingmone - Mon, 28 Dec 2020 20:35:41 EST /SOvNu7j No.159887 Reply
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>>159003
LMAOOO hey guys OP here. I was just going back through del to find some porn i saw on here once and found this. I have ZERO memory of making this post (as is to be expected) but I know it's me because I have that image on my computer. I always wondered why i made that image (i have the gimp file too) and i guess now i know. My guess is that i went to post on this here board, realized i needed an image, so i opened gimp and made that. If i can do my best to translate the text,
"i just wanna talk about something i've noticed recently with regards to zopiclone. It seems very difficult to discern tollerance. Sometimes I take a break for a month and still have a tollerance. Sometimes i take a break and it will still get me high on a low dose? logic of this shit is where? i'm just trying to."
epic zopiclone moment.
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Barnaby Meshson - Mon, 28 Dec 2020 21:28:58 EST +OsSK/rI No.159891 Reply
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>>159075
Yeah it’s funny how you can recognize the patterns too. Under a good dose I can type but my hands are too heavy and sluggish to find the right keys. Also the memory lapses make a lot of sentences into run ones.

Phone posters are pretty much all normal words strung together in gibberish thanks to autocorrect

With a keyboard you can generally piece together the intention.

And then you can usually tell when someone is faking it or at least hasn’t actually tripped before because they try too hard, whereas a regular user would just post about BWD and describe how much they took with a few misplaced “ah fk yeah” in there.

It’s always a good laugh to see

Datura + dissociatives?

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- Mon, 21 Dec 2020 10:44:52 EST Cc1kZinf No.159864
File: 1608565492901.jpg -(47967B / 46.84KB, 512x340) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Datura + dissociatives?
Anyone experimented with the solanaceae plants to combine them with a dissociative? DPH+DXM is a neat combo and I myself ate a datura leaf with DXM to have a very nice experience. The trip wasn't very strong and mostly auditory, but I had pretty much 0 dysphoria. Also, because of the low doses of the two (about half of a big datura leaf (I know potency varies)) and upper first plateau DXM, the trip only lasted from when it kicked in to when I fell asleep a few hours later. The trip itself was mostly me sitting at my computer desk talking to my friend who would comment on various things on my screen (except in reality that friend was sleeping the whole time and all those conversations were imagined).

I haven't been doing deliriants for a while, but when I get back into messing with them I think I'd want to try more combinations like Datura+DXM or PCP analogues (which now might work better even because my disso tolerance is quite high, DXM feels too dirty at this point).

So overall I really liked the possibility of a shorter datura-level trip that's also a little bit more managable and much more pleasant feelings wise.
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Martha Harringgold - Wed, 23 Dec 2020 10:10:11 EST JXpMcsEF No.159867 Reply
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A bit unrelated but i think i stumbled on some vauge but usefull info on datura.
Also i would advise against using dxm with datura due to the heartrate problem that other anon mentioned.
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Martin Hipperhall - Sat, 26 Dec 2020 12:41:46 EST YN94dySS No.159876 Reply
>>159865
How did the berry taste? Is there anything you still remember from that trip? Am really curious about the taste


>>159864
Really cool pic. Wonder what people experienced after smoking one of those cigs. Regarding combinations, datura + MDMA would maybe combat the dysphoria and be interesting. Maybe also with opioids (kratom even maybe) the dysphoria is reduced. Regarding dissos perhaps ketamine?
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Delinquent - Sun, 27 Dec 2020 01:06:43 EST zeI0IXBs No.159879 Reply
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>>159876
Well it didn't taste bad, but it didn't taste good either? Idk it just tasted like a berry, like you'd think a berry would taste like, with a bunch of seeds inside. I was growing the yellow belladonna variety though (belladonna lutea pic related) so the berries weren't of a dark colour.

It didn't do much, but my friends noticed dark rings around my eyes, which was abnormal, then I remembered that I ate a devil's cherry.

Honestly I can't recall anything from that night, one minute I'm barely feeling anything, next thing I know I'm in a full blown K-hole. Once I began sobering up my friends still had to carry me around cause I could not walk for shit.

I then ended up taking DMH+DPH (I forgot how much, but it was an equally low dose of both) on the comedown of that night and it was a BAD idea. I was pacing back and forth from how restless I was and my heartrate was extremely fast.

So yeah if there was anything to change about that night it's to leave the deliriants out of it.


Regarding combinations, here is a report on datura + mdma, it was surprisingly positive: https://erowid.org/experiences/exp.php?ID=83640

Datura and kratom would be interesting, and probably not as risky as mdma, since kratom tends to slow your heart down. I couldn't really find a report for this one

Thanks /del/vers

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- Fri, 04 Sep 2020 23:15:59 EST gCcqAUEm No.159516
File: 1599275759061.jpg -(126920B / 123.95KB, 640x1136) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Thanks /del/vers
Found on my towns Facebook page. All the comments are comparing del use to cinnamon and tide pod challenges by dumb teenagers. Nobody tell them why people actually take it.
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Delinquent - Sat, 05 Sep 2020 15:16:18 EST aRppo1n4 No.159518 Reply
>>159516
What's next, the DXM challenge? Hopefully that'll make it harder for people in US to get it.

Anticholonergics

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- Wed, 16 Dec 2020 07:17:43 EST YN94dySS No.159850
File: 1608121063395.jpg -(590295B / 576.46KB, 2220x1080) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Anticholonergics
Are there alternatives causes to than (natural or substance induced) anticholonergic activity ? And does someone know what the precise mechanism of delirium is? What happens exactly that causes this experience?
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Doland Gumbleweed - Sun, 20 Dec 2020 21:58:23 EST C6qcK9SS No.159863 Reply
>>159850
No, no disease mimic anticholinergic activity. Not even dementia. Anticholinergic hallucinations are much more complex than dementia induced delirium.

Using shadow people as a substitute for real friends.

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- Tue, 17 Nov 2020 09:09:24 EST n9T+l93g No.159743
File: 1605622164830.jpg -(20734B / 20.25KB, 540x540) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Using shadow people as a substitute for real friends.
Mods, I know you'll try to remove this post per it's absurdity and apparent shitposty nature. But I am not joking. I have zero experiences with deliriant drugs and any other drugs than weed and alcohol, for that matter. I've heard stories of people interacting with horrible, disjointed shadow figures while delirious, and I honestly feel far gone enough to consider using them as a substitute for real friends.

Will deliriants also lower my inhibitions so I won't be as fearful of rejection?

Anyone who will decide to answer this post, in any way possible, gets my thanks in advance.
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Delinquent - Tue, 08 Dec 2020 17:35:55 EST zeI0IXBs No.159821 Reply
>>159819
I don't think they're true demons, but they are definitely real entities. My best guess is that they're souls of the dead who were not let into heaven, or something like that.
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Archie Pozzlecocke - Fri, 18 Dec 2020 21:44:05 EST YN94dySS No.159859 Reply
Hi. Just talked to 420chan IRC mods about how I can contact you for friendship without violating 420chan rules. Please meet me on the 420chan discord server #qq and post something that I can regognize you as being the OP off this thread. Id like to be friends as I feel hurt from your post and till somr extend I can recognize it in myself though not in that extreme form as what youre dealing with.

Please meet me there

DPH drink

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- Sun, 13 Dec 2020 02:33:58 EST I+gwa3Vx No.159842
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How to make?
What is the experience like?
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Base - Wed, 16 Dec 2020 04:59:47 EST UgbVqWo8 No.159847 Reply
>>159845
What would zzzquil and a salvia bowl be like. Please report back.
User is currently banned from all boards

BZ (3-Quinuclidinyl benzilate) - Extremely long-acting /del/

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- Fri, 04 Dec 2020 12:49:32 EST gzOn/DuY No.159803
File: 1607104172248.png -(4237B / 4.14KB, 188x152) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. BZ (3-Quinuclidinyl benzilate) - Extremely long-acting /del/
Once upon a time I found myself fascinated by this drug, it's extremely long duration and the US militaries interest in using it as a chemical weapon.

At the time all I could find were various articles to read... until now.

Effects of BZ when administered to soldiers in 1962:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kz7BWwUi8KQ

Erowid page:
https://erowid.org/chemicals/bz/bz_effects.shtml
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Delinquent - Tue, 08 Dec 2020 02:13:17 EST zeI0IXBs No.159814 Reply
>>159812
the film was meh

but yeah I wouldn't wanna make enemies with someone who can synthesize this shit
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Caroline Sillyneck - Fri, 11 Dec 2020 15:57:31 EST LDzi4ZNU No.159835 Reply
>>159814
It's certainly far from the best horror movie ever but it's decent.

As for something you probably haven't seen but might like you should check out "The Haunting" from 1963, very creepy and worth watching today.
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0057129/

Though it's not nearly as forgotten as it once was you should DEFINITELY check out the original Black Christmas(1974) if you haven't seen it already. It's possibly my favorite slasher film, amusingly it's also made by the same guy who did A Christmas Story. He even gave the basic layout for Halloween to John Carpenter. It's a damn shame we didn't get more horror stuff from him.

Why are deliriants so enticing?

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- Fri, 15 Mar 2019 15:26:46 EST gJFyg3Oz No.157545
File: 1552678006713.png -(3202134B / 3.05MB, 1080x1920) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Why are deliriants so enticing?
I don't understand, why am I so morbidly curious about deliriants? Ever since I found out about them I've been reading Datura trip reports nonstop
And why do I.. want to do these drugs? I'm only 19...
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Emma Blirringhall - Tue, 08 Dec 2020 20:50:16 EST y/nStDKe No.159826 Reply
>>159807
>>159802

Yeah mb sperging out fam, my mistake, and yes I do try to help others on the site with what little I know have been for years

Snorting pure benzydamine?

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- Thu, 26 Nov 2020 08:05:14 EST zeI0IXBs No.159772
File: 1606395914133.png -(294281B / 287.38KB, 539x303) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Snorting pure benzydamine?
Is anyone here smart enough to know if this is safe and if this would even get you high? There is literally 0 information on this because I don't think anyone's dumb enough to buy pure benzydamine powder to take it recreationally and I doubt anyone's gonna wanna snort the extracted stuff with salt still in it.

My friend said it's metabolized by the liver and it may be dangerous if it converts into something that I can't metabolize and my body could shut down. Apparently smoking DXM can kill you.

So yeah, I got 10 grams of this shit lmao
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starbro unknown - 2020

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- Thu, 10 Sep 2020 05:15:42 EST BoAvv5fF No.159529
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Starbro is dead. I will abstain from DPH in his honor
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Ebenezer Fibblesore - Thu, 22 Oct 2020 09:48:04 EST CrEoc82V No.159675 Reply
If the dude is in fact dead, sucks when someone OD’s.

That said, if these retarded edgy hatman threads are his (very similar writing style with short “deep” sentences) then that’s super lame and a little fucked. Just wanna throw that out there. If you’re doing that to push your hatman book for Halloween or something just stop dude.

Again no disrespect if he really is dead. Lots of disrespect if he’s not and he’s making those other threads.
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Sidney Brushbury - Tue, 08 Dec 2020 13:54:52 EST 517FV4xZ No.159817 Reply
skeptical bump

anyone have evidence or confirmation of this insidious claim?

Blood pressure

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- Mon, 30 Nov 2020 22:05:07 EST 9u9MDhuF No.159788
File: 1606791907245.jpg -(84051B / 82.08KB, 673x448) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Blood pressure
Do you guys test your blood pressure when you trip? It's become something of a hobby of mine as of late. With my DXM and DPH trips I've seen it spike as high as 155/75 which is a tad worrying. Over 180 and over 120 is a hypertensive crisis. I've only tested recently on weaker trips though, so my stronger trips may have pushed me to hypertensive crisis.
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Basil Gibberwater - Wed, 02 Dec 2020 02:38:44 EST 9u9MDhuF No.159793 Reply
>>159790
I'm aware it's a bit hypochondriac but I want to see how dangerous what I'm doing is. And I want to know if I can actually feel high blood pressure, as if I've been noticing some strange feelings lately so it could be that or it could merely be part of the dissociative plateaus.
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Phoebe Puffingspear - Thu, 03 Dec 2020 00:53:15 EST y/nStDKe No.159794 Reply
I do check my pulse often, mostly to check in on heartrate / tachyardia though & not just with deliriants either

and i miss hatman

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- Tue, 13 Oct 2020 14:38:25 EST 8E6KjINJ No.159629
File: 1602614305463.png -(425754B / 415.78KB, 642x415) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. and i miss hatman
My thoughts won't pour out like they used to. I feel stupid that my words aren't beautiful anymore, I used to write. I could. Now my brain is too fuzzy to focus, and I feel the same emotions yet they stay inside. I can't put them to words in my head the way I used to. I feel like an animal. I feel stupid. I feel lonely. These fragments I'm writing, small sentences, you can tell I think in clips now, these lapses in my memory don't bother me anymore but they make it hard to connect with others. So I sit outside in the cold, perched on the sidewalk, and I feel. I feel by myself. So much swirling inside, so intensely, and yet nobody wants me. This me is annoying, frustrating, difficult. What if you knew this is my favorite way to be? Lost within myself and alone.
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cumjar - Thu, 12 Nov 2020 01:26:48 EST Mcq3teVN No.159734 Reply
>>159629
same dude. i used to write so much and now my brain feels like mush
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Phoebe Puffingspear - Thu, 03 Dec 2020 00:57:00 EST y/nStDKe No.159795 Reply
I feel like the pic in the op would make a lit music video / animated short about del/dissociative experience
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George Simbledork - Fri, 04 Dec 2020 04:41:41 EST whSRR2eh No.159799 Reply
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The Mind Can Heal folks. Don't get lost in the dark, embrace the pain & discomfort of bettering yourself, let the body heal, and you will write again. Yes. Permanent damage is real, but understand that wisdom & creativity are by no means tied to intellect.

Just saying. Love y'all.

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