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DXM mixed with pseudoephedrine

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- Tue, 07 Jul 2020 01:49:13 EST XaKBqUMt No.372478
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Sup /dis/, I've recently got some DXM to try for the first time ever, the problem is that its mixed in with pseudoephedrine which I'm afraid might cause some health problems. Will 600mg pseudoeph (with 200mg DXM) hurt me in some way or am I gonna be fine?
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Shitting Memmlesed - Tue, 07 Jul 2020 23:32:58 EST JJRJQ27l No.372494 Reply
i wouldnt, not a substantial amount of dxm and anything other than MAYBE guaf (and thats a big maybe depending on your stomach) is a bad idea and is gonna make things weird in a bad way. cant be that hard to get your hands on some long acting cough or whatever
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Doris Heddlewedging - Wed, 08 Jul 2020 09:41:49 EST BThQTPnz No.372499 Reply
>>372478
if the product in the picture is actually what you have then i guess you're in Poland? why not just get Acodin then?
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Hugh Goodwell - Thu, 09 Jul 2020 04:17:09 EST T9vIkIqF No.372506 Reply
>>372499
there isnt any acodin in the pharmacies nearby so i just take whatever i can

too deep into youtube

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- Tue, 27 Aug 2019 10:15:12 EST Ezw7w5PG No.368072
File: 1566915312518.png -(1145173B / 1.09MB, 1279x679) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. too deep into youtube
careful with the dissos lads. this guy said he smoked a pound of diphenidine in a year. behold, pure dissociated insanity. he countless hours of videos like this. almost no views.
(potentially disturbing)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xk1f9uigMts

I figure someone's gotta see this
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Ebenezer Bragglebury - Thu, 09 Jul 2020 02:48:03 EST MYA7SC5S No.372505 Reply
>>368118
HAHA holy shit I forgot I even did this, and I clicked on this thread thinking "man this looks familiar" without noticing that it was posted in august of last year

damn drugs really fuck you up

Do you like DXM?

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- Sat, 04 Jul 2020 08:33:35 EST sX8NB8lR No.372454
File: 1593866015048.jpg -(9964B / 9.73KB, 194x259) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Do you like DXM?
Do you guys like DXM? Yes no why?
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Mr_Shawmeen - Mon, 06 Jul 2020 12:42:49 EST RXuNZXhh No.372475 Reply
>>372474
If you try the upper plats you might find yourself exploring hyperspace or other dimensions friendo. I'll say this though its not as emotionally intensive as doing that with psychedelics like mushies or ayahuasca but it's just as much the experience. So when you get to those dexhole doses beware.
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Samuel Corrysin - Wed, 08 Jul 2020 22:39:57 EST 5K+eiixO No.372503 Reply
>>372459
That really is a great way to word it actually. The dxm psychosis is just like childlike wonder and fantastical beliefs.


>>372475

It can actually be depressing how empty some portion of dxm trips feel. There's a lot of foggy euphoria during the peak but that diminishes a lot with tolerance.

To me dxm is like synthetic or virtual space flight while psys feel more organic but it takes heroic doses to really travel through new dimensions.
Im coming up rn
Yes i love dxm
Ima slow dose more and smoke moar
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Archie Ceshchuck - Thu, 09 Jul 2020 02:13:03 EST 301/JQNM No.372504 Reply
>>372475
I don't like the 3rd plat. The 2nd plat feels like fun and games and some very mild and manageable depersonalization, but the 3rd plateau feels like I'm actually dying. I'm done with it personally, I will probably never, ever do a 3rd plateau again.

make high grade

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- Thu, 18 Jun 2020 07:17:22 EST cfh2wgYo No.372331
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mxe; please.
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Simon Crishbury - Wed, 08 Jul 2020 16:38:18 EST aFWu6GP9 No.372500 Reply
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>>372331
Has anyone here tried MXiPr yet? It's a new disso that just came out. It has the same chemical structure as MXE, but with an isopropyl instead of an ethyl.
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Panda5 !EshdTRey7E - Wed, 08 Jul 2020 17:04:36 EST aUrjEvuf No.372501 Reply
>>372500
I'm getting grams of pharma DXM pills for $5.50 these days. It's not even worth the trouble to do RCs anymore.
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Simon Brarringdale - Wed, 08 Jul 2020 19:28:51 EST ma7wUQRU No.372502 Reply
>>372501
Where do you get them? Every place I’ve seen that carries pure DXM is some shady Chinese site.

How come I am me and you are you?

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- Sat, 04 Jul 2020 11:38:14 EST 301/JQNM No.372457
File: 1593877094192.png -(527014B / 514.66KB, 2048x806) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. How come I am me and you are you?
Or, how come I am the one writing this right now while you are the one reading it? Why do I see the world through my eyes and am in charge (so to speak) of my own behaviour?

I feel like there must be a simple answer to this question but I just cant think of it. All that I can think of is that when people are conceived, there must be some human cells germane to consciousness which form. Those cells will eventually build what comprises a consciousness. And there must be some physical continuity (of cells) or psychological continuity (of identity).
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Thomas Medgeham - Tue, 07 Jul 2020 20:43:38 EST lnDhI+d/ No.372490 Reply
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>>372458

>I am me
>you are you
>you assume I
>or maybe I don't but you think I do
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Isabella Funkinlidging - Wed, 08 Jul 2020 07:44:05 EST d5bIDpYW No.372497 Reply
>>372457
The two answers the both suffice actually are pretty simple.

First, because we are. Everything is. Things just are the way they are because because existence exists and this is the form that existence takes.

Second, "you" and "I" are perceptions. Your perception is such that you are writing your post, and I am reading it... as is mine. Again, it falls back to existence existing in the form and manner in which it exists. The "why" is about as relevant as the "how". We can come up with reasons, but they will never completely answer either question. The nature of those questions is such that they are either beyond our comprehension or that they are entirely irrelevant, incomplete, altogether miss the point, or don't even apply anymore when considered from a perspective not limited in the ways that our own are... and the nature of perspectives is such that they are limited and can never fully encompass, encapsulate, understand, know, or comprehend the nature of reality and existence anyway.
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Isabella Funkinlidging - Wed, 08 Jul 2020 07:45:55 EST d5bIDpYW No.372498 Reply
>>372497
I mean, the second answer sounds kind of complicated, but only if you haven't thought through the entire train of logic or the logistics behind the reality/existence.

DCK on its way!

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- Thu, 21 May 2020 02:52:13 EST Dxrzcjf6 No.372012
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Bout to receive my batch of DCK in the next week or so. Been forever!!!! Let me talk to teh gawds again
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Priscilla Drazzlefield - Wed, 08 Jul 2020 01:57:41 EST 2RgJ1vDs No.372496 Reply
>>372495
That's probably corona, these arrests literally just happened last week.
Not hopeful though, Netherlands is probably the only place decent drugs come in from. If NL stops being a supplier of high-quality drugs, well I hope you enjoy buying fentanyl-laced shit at street prices.

Is it possible to get stuck in sigma?

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- Wed, 22 Apr 2020 09:05:30 EST EJ36SOpA No.371598
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So I have been trying to find sigma and think I got it but I feel I'm stuck there. Is this normal? Or is sigma a myth?
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Molly Grimwell - Tue, 07 Jul 2020 14:47:06 EST H2t8R36y No.372487 Reply
>>372485
Random anon here, had it from dxm personally. I always just assumed I had repogrammed something in my consciousness and now I seek ouy dissociating realities. Life's absurdity is dissociating compared to the bliss that is dissociatives. Maybe life was more simple before I did dxm or maybe I just never noticed the absurdities before.
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Phyllis Pittcocke - Tue, 07 Jul 2020 21:25:09 EST K47joamf No.372492 Reply
>>372485
ya i thought my ego death on lsd from the internet was like this

i remembered screaming as loud as i could a death rattle so to speak, and then was in tthis wierd state of walking arounud with my eyes closed and then it was like when the sun came up i couldnt call anyone because i was convinced i killed someone (myself) and was living as a fugitive killer that commited ego death the nlife was wierd until like 3 days it went back to normal


~~B W D~~

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- Fri, 31 Jan 2020 22:46:36 EST IloN6QLN No.370568
File: 1580528796229.jpg -(749416B / 731.85KB, 1080x1073) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. ~~B W D~~
Here's to enjoying a brand new year of dissociation
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Cyril Pemblefit - Sat, 04 Jul 2020 01:17:36 EST EJ8vKrGQ No.372451 Reply
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GIT GUD YA GITZ
BUMP WHILE /DIS/
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Hedda Forringson - Sat, 04 Jul 2020 15:22:46 EST wZvF5Dzx No.372466 Reply
glad i started low with this dck i got. used to do 70-80mg but just 20mg of this stuff has me in a real good spot. no/low tolerance sure is nice
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Barnaby Clummlenut - Tue, 07 Jul 2020 13:18:08 EST HO9515qI No.372486 Reply
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When one of your homies asked what you did to the timeline because he lost a day and today is now July 7th again in his world. Tripped so good on dxm I must've messed with the wibbly wobbly particles of spacetime. Even one of my coworkers thought yesterday was the 7th. Haven't altered timelines in so long, brings back memories of the good ol days. Bump for afterglow

Possible ketamine pains

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- Tue, 16 Jun 2020 15:13:42 EST g9GH/shY No.372288
File: 1592334822501.jpg -(223013B / 217.79KB, 1080x944) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Possible ketamine pains
So I had bad stomach pains the last two previous night.
Gastro type pains.felt sort of like trapped gas's all in the stomachs sort of like a shap pain kept on moving all around inside it(possible digestive track) then last night u til this morning it was a rather strong tightness under the ribs mainly the left(so I don't think anything to do with gallstones)

Now it's gone.
Apple cider vinegar peppermint tea and ginger and Lennon possibly helped or maybe it was just time

This happened the next day after taking ketamine

The ketamine was the best I've had in a while but tasted rather chemically/salty

Ilthe pain kept kept happening after taking more ket.

I'm unsure tho if it was the ketamine or some sort of food poisoning or maybe some sort of IBS problem as I ate a chicken curry with a lot of lentils and chickpeas and chilli flakes.

Now from what I've read over the years ketamine only really negatively effects your bladder and nose.
I've read a couple of posts about gastro issues but not much

Any suggestions?

Also may actually test it out tonight and try some of a friend's see if the problem arises again...if it does then at least I know to stay far away from it for a whike
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Cedric Lightville - Tue, 07 Jul 2020 10:18:39 EST 0rhJoGji No.372483 Reply
>>372288
Could have recrystallised a bit and gone scratchy scratchy on your insides, when that happens in the tubes to your gallbladder that's what causes the infamous "k cramps". I've had it twice total in the course of several years of doing k on and off, both times it subsided after several hours but the second time it made me throw up 'cause of the pressure under the ribs. It's not nice but if it only happens rarely I don't think it's as big of a deal as, say, the potential for kidney/bladder damage. Never heard of anyone getting seriously ill in that way from it.

High doses of ketamine can temporarily switch off the brain

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- Sat, 13 Jun 2020 12:11:47 EST XozFJaF7 No.372267
File: 1592064707377.jpg -(34236B / 33.43KB, 520x347) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. High doses of ketamine can temporarily switch off the brain
According to this student discussed on Science Daily, high doses of ketamine may literally shut off your brain for a short time, detected in sheep that it was tested on by a total lack of brainwaves detected by an EEG.... The same thing which happens to the brain at death.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2020/06/200611094127.htm

>The researchers think that this pause in brain activity may correspond to what ketamine abusers describe as the 'K-hole' -- a state of oblivion likened to a near-death experience, which is followed by a feeling of great serenity. The study is published today in the journal Scientific Reports.

The k-hole may be the closest thing to experiencing death before your actual death ever, according to science.
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Sidney Murdshaw - Mon, 22 Jun 2020 02:44:01 EST e7XMLtZU No.372358 Reply
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>>372345
i'd be interested how you think our perception of self works?

I was talking to my psychiatrist and he said most of our actions and the state we are in is actually not fully aware, it went further than that but i've been up all night and am on a dexadrine comedown and feel like shit so cba typin any more than this post and this one explaining it
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Shit Chipperham - Fri, 26 Jun 2020 10:55:58 EST TVg9elNo No.372378 Reply
>>372345
>shitdown of the brain
man, that typo got me thinking, I'mon 2nd plat
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Cedric Lightville - Tue, 07 Jul 2020 10:14:31 EST 0rhJoGji No.372482 Reply
>>372267
Don't know how true this is, I'm missing my right occipital lobe due to a brain injury at birth and among various neurological effects (constant sense of deja vu, face blindness etc.) I remain pretty much lucid throughout even the deepest of k-holes, to the extent I can remember the trip from start to finish and have used the details as inspo for my writing. Proper through-the-tunnel, feels-like-I've-died-and-come-back-again stuff, totally paralysed, sense of hearing shut off, can't move my eyes around at the peak. Still remember all of it.

Ketamine: Is this a normal aspect of emerging from anaesthesia, or some bad shit?

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- Tue, 07 Jul 2020 09:28:08 EST 0rhJoGji No.372480
File: 1594128488236.png -(308286B / 301.06KB, 616x615) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Ketamine: Is this a normal aspect of emerging from anaesthesia, or some bad shit?
Some years ago I developed a bad ketamine problem because I had IBS so bad they had to test me for Crohn's (negative, thankfully) and was in such agony I'd get white flashes in my vision alongside the cramps. The sickly high of opioids was no match for the relaxant effects of ketamine. It got out of hand but in the end my GP found an anti-spasmodic that works for me and I've been fine since and stopped using it as I had no use for it. Recent blood test show no kidney/liver issues and I'm not pissing into a bag or anything.

I'm a science fiction writer and have done it as a one-off a few times since then, always at least 6 months apart. However, every one of those times has ended in the same way as the last time I did it during my phase of problematic use, the time that scared me into going cold turkey.

You know how it goes, so I'll skip to the height of the trip- after the peak has come, I start getting a shrinking sensation that is noticeable in my hands, as if the skin is being pulled taught against the bone. As soon as I notice this, I start feeling like you do when you stand up too quickly and get dizzy, like I'm starting to lose consciousness and space is shrinking around me. Not shrinking in the sense of distance, because obviously when I'm coming up my legs feel like they're stretching miles away and all that, but in a more abstract sense. By this time I feel fully lucid mentally already, like the drug has been suddenly expunged from my brain; it's not like a k-hole at all. Can't feel my heart beat, or my breathing. Then the terror sets in. Feels worse than any panic attack, bad trip, or anything else I've felt in my life. Utter, supernatural dread. Convinced I'm dying. Then... it's hard to describe, but it feels (again, *feels*) like I'm phase-shifting into the next universe over quantum-immortality style and the sensations all quickly start returning to normal until, less than a minute later, I'm totally sober apart from a fast but otherwise normal heartbeat no different to when I exercise.

The first time this happened, I was already tapering down my usage as I'd found the anti-spasmodics were working and I didn't *need* drugs anymore, but I didn't want to go cold turkey because of the cravings and anxiety. Well, after this it was a no-brainer. I was convinced I'd had some sort of transient ischemic attack or something and had been close to dying. Waited a full year and a half before the next time I did it, after a relative died and I needed that tranquillity. Started off alright, but then the same thing happened again.

Now, last night. Six months after that most recent time. I've said earlier I write science fiction. Well, I've been stuck for some time on one of my stories that requires me to accurately describe hallucinations so I took the precaution of taking 10mg Valium a couple of hours beforehand this time and did it again. The same thing happened, except this time I barely felt any of the terror I did the previous times, just a little anxious and disappointed it happened again, and because of that I was able to take note of whether I was breathing (I had wondered in the time inbetween if I'd accidentally induced respiratory arrest the previous times) and yes, my breathing was normal throughout the experience. I could feel my heart beating too, and I noticed that my heart felt like it was stretching and contracting much further and harder than usual, like when you blow up a balloon and it breaches past that initial point where it begins stretching out. Like my heart was taking up more room in my chest cavity and was on the verge of bursting. Notice I say 'like', because after all I was on a very powerful drug here and my perception isn't necessarily accurate to what's going on.

Yet the rest of the experience was as described above, including the rapid acceleration from delirious to sober in a matter of seconds. I got everything I needed from the experience for my writing, I'm glad to say. Not going back there again in any hurry.

I've had an exploratory echocardiogram a few months ago because my dad had a minor heart defect that needed correcting in his 40s, however, I don't have this defect (he didn't inherit it from anyone either, so it's likely a one-off) and the scan came back totally normal in all other aspects too as I'd been quite open with my docto…
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Aero - Tue, 07 Jul 2020 09:42:29 EST 0rhJoGji No.372481 Reply
>>372480
Oh, I should mention, just to rule it out before you ask if it's some street shit cut with 2CB and caffeine; all of these times it was totally unadulterated esketamine, pure as the water of Lake McKenzie, insufflated.

DXM long term use/effects

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- Tue, 30 Jun 2020 18:31:40 EST YackIcAo No.372414
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"I'm feeling kind of bowling-ballish, fellas."

I've been doing dxm for a while now (mostly in syrup form) and I think I've come to a conclusion on whether or not it has negative long term health effects

and I would say YES!! MOST DEFINITELY YES

I would have to say it effects your nervous system in some way over time or I dont really know much about science, or the right words to use, so whatever would make you not experience sensations the same way

I can tell this because my orgasms aren't really intense anymore. It can take an awfully long time to reach orgasm (when you're on the drug and some people say it can feel quite good in that area), but now, after having not done it in a while, I realize my orgasms now just like drain out like my body is broken and I just generally remember feeling and thinking differently before DXM. I also feel like beings started to mess with me

I started drinking cough syrup like 15-16 years ago and after the first time I remember laying on my couch doing this weird like yawning thing that kinda felt good, but it also made me feel like I was completely insane. I remember thinking to myself, "this cant be good for my body." I generally just feel yucky and agitated a lot especially when I'm not smoking weed, but it's obvious that this does some real nasty stuff to your body over time

So yeah, im not a very good writer either and I feel like im forgetting something but I'll add to this later

So there you have it. If your orgasms aren't intense anymore, then it effected you physically. Who else in this boat?
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Nigel Crozzlehodge - Sat, 04 Jul 2020 12:29:36 EST irDwQP/6 No.372461 Reply
>>372414
After my last dxm trip (with weed), I was convinced that I'm the reincarnation of Jesus for a few weeks
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Mr_Shawmeen - Sat, 04 Jul 2020 14:10:55 EST OoMgiDDf No.372464 Reply
>>372461
And this is called a psychotic break. Delusions of grandeur are commonplace in those instances and if you feel someone is experiencing one of those do not disagree with them as it end poorly. Just nod and agree listen to their story and let them tire themselves out. If you can direct them to help it is possible to gently do so, but if it's done wrong those people will freak out. That said, navigate psychotic breaks gently and coddle these people into a slower lower state and eventually some medical professionals will get benzos into their body and/or an SSRI then they'll get talked through what happened.

ℜσⱠ𝕃 ᴛ🅗R҉Ɇ₳Ⓓ

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- Sat, 01 Feb 2020 13:22:49 EST SIn9tJSZ No.370578
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Old one stopped bumping:

Evens dose
Odds do not
Zero re-roll
Dubs hole/3rd+ plat dose
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Cass Trainfuck !QSTRNGiKc6 - Sat, 04 Jul 2020 17:37:12 EST NLM6i4xL No.372467 Reply
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FUGGIT I'LL ROLL
IT'S PROBABLY GONNA HAPPEN EITHER WAY LMAO

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