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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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Nathaniel Turveyspear - Fri, 15 Mar 2019 17:32:45 EST 0BCfEQ5o No.157546 Reply
>>157545
It's the trippy factor I think. When I started doing drugs it was DPH and the thought that I could see stuff that wasn't real was enticing for me...
10 years later I don't touch the stuff; it's hellish.
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Angus Pongerstut - Fri, 15 Mar 2019 17:50:46 EST H3GDzUC4 No.157547 Reply
Fascinates then assasinates, good is infinitely greater than evil, even though evil grows it is but a decimal point growing less and less each time if you let it, don't put the LORD your God to the test and the medicine will be cut off from that which bears no fruit
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Edward Guddlekun - Fri, 15 Mar 2019 18:15:49 EST 8lbIQ8py No.157549 Reply
>>157546
but the hellish and nightmarish sinister ominous trip is the thing that morbidly attracts me to it, it's strange

>>157547
t. schizo, did you get psychosis from abusing deliriants?
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Lillian Girringnut - Wed, 20 Mar 2019 19:16:54 EST h6AlYPAs No.157588 Reply
>>157586
Thanks, it's very cool
I have it on my phone
Have you ever taken Datura?
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Samuel Fullydock - Wed, 20 Mar 2019 22:18:27 EST UrNZSWLN No.157590 Reply
>>157588
no, so i actually realized that it was datura months after taking the pic, i regret not grabbing some but the plant is near my home so i might get some, sometime. i've only tried otc antihistamines so far lol
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Ebenezer Clarringhirk - Fri, 22 Mar 2019 15:16:06 EST RVjFD/3d No.157597 Reply
>>157590
Don't feel too bad about the mistake. The plant can have very different growth characteristics, depending on soil, climate, water availability, ect.
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Emma Murdworth - Sat, 23 Mar 2019 09:05:09 EST dA/ZvOpM No.157599 Reply
>>157598
>I've tried just about everything except salvia my dude
So you've taken Datura?
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Frederick Shittingwill - Mon, 25 Mar 2019 00:49:35 EST CrH90EtT No.157604 Reply
>>157545
Curiosity killed the cat.

And my brain cells. It's been years since I quit and I still can't think a fraction as well as I once could.

On drugs, take the advice everyone gives. Don't do it. Please.
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Wesley Sudgestock - Tue, 26 Mar 2019 13:55:41 EST Pyj0jG9Q No.157609 Reply
>>157604
Can you share your story? You say you quit, that means you abused Datura/other deliriants as a habit? Which drugs exactly? How much did you take, per dose and how many times in total?
Thanks
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Caroline Fondlestone - Wed, 27 Mar 2019 20:41:03 EST gtFeqWp6 No.157613 Reply
>>157609
Chronic polysubstance abuse. I cycled through six-month periods of chronically abusing one type of drug after the other. I tried in total dozens of drugs, but these were the ones I chronically abused weekly for at least a six-month period each, in the following order:
> Cannabis
> Mushrooms
> Cocaine
> Benzos
> Oxy
> Alcohol
> DPH (Lasted 2 years. Near the end I began hating myself and couldn't stop.)
> DXM (I remember nothing of that summer.)
> DPH again (At this point, my whole life since I began abusing DPH is a blur. Where have the years gone? Why can't I stop? I hated myself so much.)
> Amphetamine (This lasted 3 years and I couldn't stop and hated myself so much I wanted to kill myself almost every day.)

I was finally able to quit thanks to Narcotics Anonymous, but everything between the time I began abusing DPH and when I finally managed to quit is a blur. In contrast, I remember what I was doing each Spring/Summer/Fall/Winter of my life before that. Even now that I'm completely sober, I still can't even remember what I was doing last year, but it's slowly improving. But I will never be able to think or remember like I was able to before DPH.
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Lillian Brookshit - Sun, 31 Mar 2019 06:22:36 EST YOUHOPj0 No.157620 Reply
>>157604
I fucked with DPH too and also feel like I have had general cognition and memory problems since doing a few heroic doses back in college.

It's not worth it. Illegal drugs are way safer and more fun.
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Sophie Monkinwod - Sun, 31 Mar 2019 12:49:35 EST 41hwmWjm No.157621 Reply
>>157620
Amphetamine definitely made it worse, too. It's a neurotoxin in high doses. Prolonged benzo use is also clinically shown to permanently lower IQ. There's nothing safe, and any "fun"-ness gives way within a few years to insanity and desperation.

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