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- Tue, 29 Oct 2019 07:26:57 EST KCyIq2iB No.158495
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For about six months I was a hardcore DPH user, maybe more like four or five now that I think about it. Anyhow, I took an IQ test immediately after the binge and I tested in the low average range. On top of that I have memory problems. I was taking 12,16,24,32 pills at a time and just tripping balls. Was pretty fun. But I can't help but worry if my brain will go back to normal or I've just permanently damaged myself.
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Barnaby Hugglehood - Tue, 29 Oct 2019 09:00:35 EST CVwJfE8R No.158497 Reply
>>158495
If this was within the past year or so, then give it some time. imo you are probably fine. there are worse potential effects that dph over-indulgence would cause. just don't fuck with the stuff for a year. preferably a few years or never again
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Barnaby Hugglehood - Tue, 29 Oct 2019 09:03:17 EST CVwJfE8R No.158498 Reply
>>158497
to add to my post, there is commonly a hazy del afterglow. it will vanish with time.
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Barnaby Hugglehood - Tue, 29 Oct 2019 09:07:21 EST CVwJfE8R No.158499 Reply
one more post. about 10 years ago i was sure i bennied myself retarded. maybe i did lol. maybe once we enter the deli loop we can never escape!
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Angus Clecklefit - Tue, 29 Oct 2019 10:12:32 EST 3dTU4m8K No.158500 Reply
>>158495
Well deliberate retard and fundamental retard has distance in between.
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Ernest Sittinghid - Tue, 29 Oct 2019 16:17:27 EST DExfWSV1 No.158503 Reply
>>158495
I used to binge for months at a time and now I definitely have issues but they're not that big. I used to be very well spoken and tested really high in English and I still do mostly but sometimes I forget how to spell really simple 3rd grade level words or forget important dates or things i'm supposed to do monumentally worse than before i did a lot of DPH.

My heads finally starting to actually clear up after quitting drugs but I still have side effects, although they've gotten better over time. I used to experience hppd daily and then it stopped happening so intensely and so oftenly. It's gonna take a while but i'm sure if you stay clean you'll be fine eventually.
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Jarvis Sangernag - Wed, 30 Oct 2019 19:05:02 EST 0BCfEQ5o No.158507 Reply
OP don't trip lol. The reason substances are associated with retardation isn't always just a singular effect of the drug itself. It's compounded by the users not actively flexing their brain tissue. So as long as you seek learning you can improve your confidence in your intellect. If you abandon the pursuit of knowledge in favor of solely drugging, then you're twofold going to feel dumber.
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Angus Hoddleshaw - Thu, 31 Oct 2019 00:16:54 EST lesS3XX3 No.158508 Reply
>>158495
Yeah, I've been using so much and for so long. I've been taking DPH pretty much every day for 6 years. My mind is damaged beyond repair

the only solution to my addiction is a bullet in my head
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Simon Pammlekan - Thu, 31 Oct 2019 02:08:46 EST KCyIq2iB No.158509 Reply
>>158508
its not so bad. you are a void worshipper. a psychonaut. we've had experiences almost no one who has ever lived has experienced, even if they weren't always pleasant. in another life you would have been an occultist. and I think life is meaningless anyway. we all die and leave no trace behind.
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Fanny Bangerkeg - Thu, 31 Oct 2019 02:47:35 EST o30lkKxt No.158510 Reply
>>158508

Just give up DPH for good and I'm sure you'll feel better after a few weeks. Don't be so dramatic.
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Dextrolord - Sat, 02 Nov 2019 10:50:59 EST X/uO5+r1 No.158520 Reply
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>>158495


Short answer, yes probly even tho it'll most likely get better with time. DPH is a horrible drug to abuse lets be honest.

Long answer, there is not enough research into the "recreational" doses and long term effects of dph abuse for anyone to give u a certifiable answer.
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Oliver Honeystone - Mon, 04 Nov 2019 17:50:42 EST HzIDDvvI No.158537 Reply
idk how you guys can handle this stuff, even 75mg makes me retard-tier for virtually all of the next day.
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Hannah Shittingfoot - Mon, 04 Nov 2019 22:22:49 EST CVwJfE8R No.158539 Reply
>>158537
dph aint no pussy ass drug. there is a haze that can last the next few days. if you read up on dph before ingesting it you should know this.
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Doris Blashchedge - Tue, 05 Nov 2019 01:35:16 EST zBkthv9G No.158540 Reply
>>158499

What the hell, man LOL way to totally detract the optimism from your previous posts

Try and read more, challenge your mind, the brain has 'plasticity' meaning it physically changes depending on what you regularly do. If you regularly do DPH, it will have a lasting effect. I have experienced this debilitating lasting effect but, through "re-socialization," continuous learning through school and a mentally challenging career (all very painful to achieve due to not only preexisting mental illness but the after-effects of DXM and DPH) my brain changed in different ways. Through ACTIVE, conscious effort, eventually you can become quick, perceptive and in-tune once more. Although, your sense of humour may just be a little off-putting and twisted.. that effect has not escaped my friend and I, who have taken 700mg+ trips together.. lol
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Samuel Darrychot - Tue, 05 Nov 2019 13:40:01 EST KCyIq2iB No.158541 Reply
>>158495
Is it possible I have a form of memory damage that looks like dementia, or possibly depressives schizophrenia, but it can heal? I feel like I'm going crazy.
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Rebecca Sullygold - Wed, 06 Nov 2019 13:56:57 EST INQThJ43 No.158543 Reply
Your liver is probably way worse off, feel better
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Augustus Gorringstone - Fri, 08 Nov 2019 23:24:51 EST MoljO9HI No.158549 Reply
>>158495

Unless I am a one in a million case, which I really doubt, I would argue that for a short period of time after heavy usage, you are cognitively impaired to some extent, but due to induced plasticity you will be much better off than when you began abusing diphenhydramine so long as you pursue intellectual habits during and after the usage.

Keep in mind that Prozac (Fluoxetine) was essentially created as a form of DPH with less "serious side effects", like spiders and feeling like you're walking on the goddamn moon. Diphenhydramine acts as an SSRI and anti-depressant, so they started for chemicals with similar structures.


The entire history of it is fascinating to read up on, and you will realize that you have been in-fact self-medicating with the grand-daddy of all anti-depressants:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fluoxetine#History
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Nigel Foffingkene - Sun, 10 Nov 2019 14:54:00 EST c7PbhLNc No.158556 Reply
>>158541
i'm going crazy here staying sober (with very little del use in the past) and you guys are surprised that you are crazy after abusing this shit... /del/ will always be one of the cutting edge frontiers of human experience exploration in my mind. This place won't last very long or rather it will morph more into witchcraft and what not, but for a brief moment in time this was truly a marvel to behold.
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 02:13:43 EST 9JGsReVu No.158563 Reply
Probably temporarily damaged.
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Fuck Bivingdale - Fri, 29 May 2020 09:58:15 EST ryJa6LXV No.159101 Reply
>>158495
No probably not, i've done ungodly amounts of dph for years and years , combining it with other drugs, serious binges, combo binges, ect. I also took 900+ mg daily for at least a year a couple years ago. I'm fine now. I have some hppd but it's not that bad unless i dont' get enough sleep or i've been using other drugs or i revisit the dph. I might have some mild memory problems but i don't notice it anymore if there is. I think you'll be ok if you just take care of yourself for a bit and keep your mind and body active.
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Fuck Bivingdale - Fri, 29 May 2020 09:59:26 EST ryJa6LXV No.159102 Reply
>>159101
And most importantly stay positive, and don't take things too seriously, it's a struggle at first but it works wonders., nb
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Fuck Bivingdale - Fri, 29 May 2020 10:03:41 EST ryJa6LXV No.159103 Reply
>>159102
>>158508
I'm also completely over my addiction, to the point where i can keep dph around and use it for sleep (not every night just when i really need it ) in normal people doses (25-100) and for dxm potentiation/nausea prevention. It's possible. anyone saying they can't get over dph addiction just needs a better attitude, and maybe some meds. Sometimes dph addiction is literally self medicating, it is an antidepressant after all.
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George Gimmlebat - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 20:01:51 EST OgkyZ2yf No.159110 Reply
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At what age did you guys start using /del/? I started around 14, been down the rabbit hole since. how are you guys' livers/kidneys doing? i've been hospitalized a few times but everything always went back to normal. every time i trip though i can feel my liver swelling pretty bad and the next few days i cant sit right
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Cyan - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 22:38:13 EST Kae6171P No.159111 Reply
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>>159110
20. Used it most between 22-23. Occasionally until 25.

Revisited rarely since then.

I've had a couple of physicals and blood work done since then and they said I'm as healthy as can be. I don't think they look at your liver, just cholesterol and stuff so maybe there is a hiding problem.

Also my heavier trips were mostly from datura, and I wasn't a daily user by any means (Macska was my name if it matters). I feel pretty healthy, I lift weights and do cardio daily, and do farmwork stuff often enough.

If anything's gonna kill my health it might be tobacco, if it turns out snus is all that deadly.
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Solanacia - Wed, 03 Jun 2020 05:24:41 EST MxYhkyby No.159116 Reply
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>>159110
Started around 16, did it most and with DXM around 17-20. After getting a job at a liquor store I basically quit. I've delved a couple times recently, like when one of my close friends died. I didnt get any major hallucinations like I used to, but I remember looking at a picutre of some flowers and saw people fucking, but it looked like a stained glass art piece. I'll still take 50mg for sleep, I'll even take 100-150mg doses from time to time, anything above 75mgs now makes me a bit anxious on the onset. I'll get full on waking dreams at 100mg+.
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Matilda Simmerbat - Sat, 06 Jun 2020 23:15:00 EST KCyIq2iB No.159141 Reply
Op here, good news is I don't think dph did any real damage to my brain, bad news is after years of struggling with my mental health, in and out of Looney bins, never a firm diagnosis, lately I'm sure I have depressive schizophrenia. Paranoia, memory and cognitive issues, constant apathy and thought disorganization, vacant look in my eyes. I already know they're gonna diagnose me, I'm a schizo and my brain is slowly rotting guys. Cheri's what is left of your sanity, stop with the drugs ffs. My situation is never getting better, yours still can
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Betsy Bloffingpock - Sun, 07 Jun 2020 15:37:52 EST BRXJQr6S No.159143 Reply
>>159141
do you know if the psychosis had to do with the dph?
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Hedda Grandson - Mon, 22 Jun 2020 17:54:05 EST KCyIq2iB No.159258 Reply
>>159143 well my psych says I am just bipolar, my situation is not as bad or irredeemable as I thought. The dph probably didn't help but what I experienced is not what is considered medical psychosis (I was not hallucinating or delusional)
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