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- Tue, 11 Aug 2020 19:21:51 EST YURKnqTS No.133587
File: 1597188111675.jpg -(12524B / 12.23KB, 270x270) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Nutmeg
Has anyone on here had experience using nutmeg? Share your experiences.

I've tried to before and it was a pretty strong buzz that lasted for about 4 hours. It didn't effect me mentally but it felt like a great body high at a low dose. I have no experience with high doses.
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Zozyman - Tue, 11 Aug 2020 23:15:36 EST 6FCHQhwy No.133589 Reply
>>133587
Fresh ground be best, I usually only use small amounts fresh ground. You can eat it as it, powdered, little chonks or you can brew tea with it. It's actually nice and you don't need to consume the shavings.
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Cedric Subblenot - Tue, 11 Aug 2020 23:25:02 EST VrLYPV48 No.133590 Reply
>>133588
Yeah I used to take huge doses as a young un and would have a weird dis/deli high for about a day or so and sometimes a weird almost week long hangover. Probably did a real number on my liver and kidneys but it gave me some really interested C/OEVs and headspace. Also I remember fapping on it was pretty awesome unsurprisingly
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Sidney Gammlesotch - Sun, 04 Oct 2020 00:58:44 EST RXGy1QBa No.133774 Reply
Somehow gorged 2 of those bottles as a teen once at night. Consuming it was hell itself and scarred my smell senses, anything remotely smelling like nutmeg gets me hyped and defensive. Anyways once I woke up had sand in my throat, crawled to the bathroom since massive tummyache drunk water out of faucet. Everyone left the house, was gon go to school but ended up sleeping on the couch for a day, could only crawl for some snacks n water. Just sat in my couch with a fever feeling angel orbs massage my body.

Amitryptiline(TCA antidepressant) withdrawal or just depression

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- Thu, 24 Sep 2020 08:36:04 EST vq4yoBLi No.133745
File: 1600950964503.jpg -(23525B / 22.97KB, 400x400) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Amitryptiline(TCA antidepressant) withdrawal or just depression
So about a month ago I took a small dose of amitryptiline so I could sleep, at this time I was also sleep deprived and heard some bad news related to my exams. Ever since then I feel like I have those shitty anticholinergic symptoms(brain fog, feeling/acting slow, stumbling on words) but all of these could be related to depression so I don't know what's wrong with me
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Polly Pengerbanks - Sat, 26 Sep 2020 03:43:57 EST vq4yoBLi No.133753 Reply
>>133750
Hmm what if it's like persistent side effects? Kinda how people on ssris get sexual dysfunction
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Graham Brimmerban - Sun, 27 Sep 2020 12:12:21 EST 0087E+g/ No.133758 Reply
>>133753
They get the sexual dysfunction because they are still taking the drugs. It takes 2-3 months for the brain to return to baseline if they have been taking the SSRIs for more than a month, but after that the sexual dysfunction rarely ever persists. I know from experience because I've been on and off 2 SNRI's multiple times now.

If anything, the problem here appears to be that you're a hypochondriac that wants (or needs) to believe that what you're experiencing is a an extremely. very highly unlikely case that single small dose of a drug you took a month ago is some how responsible for symptoms that are very easily and much more likely to be the result of multiple other potential causes.

Look, depression explains all of your symptoms and you already indirectly admitted to being depressed. You're even aware yourself that the brain fog and whatnot goes hand-in-hand with depression, but are still trying to work this super unlikely persisting side-effect angle? At most, the amitriptyline may have been the catalyst that sparked greater deterioration of your psychological state, resulting in a worsening of symptoms related to it. The effects of expectation, suggestion, and unconscious desires and feelings have a great but often underestimated and overlooked ability to impact your psychological/emotional state and well being.

For all you know, the sleep deprivation was the result of your depression already having gotten worse, you took the amitriptyline to treat the insomnia, and then you noticed your depression after the distraction of needing sleep but not being able to get it disappeared, and the timing of taking the amitriptyline coincided with it such that you've misattributed it to being the cause of your worsened mental state. That's actually pretty likely, as a matter of fact. Multiple studies have proven that sleep deprivation has a measurable antidepressant effect that goes away as soon as the subject goes to sleep. The way the brain functions while sleep deprived is very different from how it does when well rested, but the observed effect is poorly understood at the moment and the subject of a lot of investigation. So, it's not just possible but even quite likely the insomnia was the early symptom of your depression getting worse before ever taking any drugs.

That, or it;s just your depression getting worse. It's obvious with bad exam news and insomnia, as well as being depressed, etc., you're under a lot of stress and aren't the best at coping with it in a healthy way that leads to mental and emotional well being. You're better off focusing your energy on improving your coping skills and finding other ways to positively benefit your mental and physical health and overall well being. I mean, what are you really even achieving by proving one way or another whether your symptoms getting somewhat kinda sort worse is the result of a single dose of a drug you took a month ago or not? It isn't really going to change anything, is it?
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Frederick Tootcocke - Mon, 28 Sep 2020 05:14:47 EST vq4yoBLi No.133760 Reply
>>133758
Thanks for taking your time to write this informative post. I agree for the fact that I'm exaggerating whatever is wrong with me, but I'm also scared because these symptoms are quite new to me. The best way to describe how I feel now Is floaty and sluggish... My motor function seems impaired as well, I misplace things and make mistakes, even when it comes to simple tasks like moving things around or typing out this post I've already redacted it multiple times because I can't seem to make up my mind. Sometimes I lose around 60-80% of sensation across my body, this happens randomly whether depressed/anxious or ''normal''. Maybe the latter symptom is associated with depersonalization but I have no idea. If I was working right now I'd definitely get fired or something but I'm not so I guess I could live through this

Atropa bella-donna

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- Tue, 09 Jun 2020 18:26:59 EST KC7WuLXh No.133446
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Anyone here tried Atropa bella-donna?
What it did? How much of it did you do?
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Johnny Bonjella - Thu, 18 Jun 2020 16:33:14 EST 0eV8dLh2 No.133476 Reply
>>133475
This, but dimenhyhrdranite (gravol) whateva metabolizes very similar to atropine.
Delinquent got the right idea about dph visuals being see through or murky where tropane alkaloids are just 100% indistinguishable from what is really there.
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Archie Blecklesot - Sat, 19 Sep 2020 06:11:45 EST /3GtSen0 No.133732 Reply
>>133446
I made a tea out of some nightshade, drank it, and went to sleep. Woke up about an hour later with my heart racing, extreme anxiety to the point of near paralysis, intense feeling of cold and numbness, HEAVY sweating, and a lot of buzzing/nervousness in my muscles.
As for the psychological effects: anxiety, fear, a bit of a rush, like riding a roller coaster. I also had minor visuals, and strong tunnel vision.
I didn't time how long this lasted, as I was pretty much paralyzed in bed believing that I was dead or dying and the sensations I felt were my soul descending into hell, and by the time it all wore off, I was exhausted and went straight to sleep.

The next day, I had intense diarrhea and painful cramping and burning in my abdomen. This diarrhea and pain lasted the entire day. My ass was like a supersoaker, spraying high pressure water. I spent perhaps 10 hours on the toilet. My asshole was raw and chapped. I was incredibly thirsty, but every glass of water flew through me and out my ass almost as fast as I could drink.

Everyone cites the eye dilation uses of this herb, but what is most often ignored, unless you look in some OLD herbalism and pharmacy books, is that it was used as a cure for constipation. You WILL shit your guts out. You WILL feel like you're dying.

If you want the experience, if your idea of "fun" is rubbing hot sauce in your eyes or stapling your ballsack to your thigh, go for it. If you want to try a deliriant, pick a different one. If you want to just get high, or have what is conventionally accepted as fun, don't do this drug.
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Alice Danningnadge - Fri, 25 Sep 2020 02:25:55 EST rxvijIOh No.133746 Reply
>>133732
Or you can just smoke it and spare yourself the pain you went through.

chloroform

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- Mon, 14 Sep 2020 16:09:58 EST msse+4OT No.133710
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Making DIY chloroform. Feels nice.
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Clara Gidgeham - Tue, 15 Sep 2020 02:00:03 EST 42+k1Gjt No.133711 Reply
>>133710
Haloform reaction with hypochlorite and acetone?

It's safe to try a few times, but using it a lot can cause liver and kidney damage. Just make sure you protect from light and add 2-3% ethanol as a stabiliser or it will form phosgene gas in storage.

I love the smell of chloroform, one of my favorite smelling organic solvents.
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Wesley Sodgewell - Fri, 18 Sep 2020 09:04:40 EST b1i2VEdt No.133729 Reply
Make some chlorobutanol.

Safety of drug mixing?

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- Fri, 04 Sep 2020 20:08:03 EST HUGEsmdP No.133689
File: 1599264483271.jpg -(246122B / 240.35KB, 1024x768) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Safety of drug mixing?
How safe would it be to mix a myriad of drugs, specifically Gabapentin, Tramadol,Codeine, Xanax, Barbiturates and Seroquel together with weed and small amounts of alcohol (my new years Eve plans)?
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Sophie Nonkinhall - Fri, 18 Sep 2020 01:06:29 EST nw/cJT+H No.133728 Reply
>>133689
Very safe if you dose low enough

>>133695
>Small amounts of alcohol is certainly enough to kill you or give you brain damage if you have barbies in your system at the same time
You literally pulled this straight out of your ass. There have been plenty of people that have had some beers and barbs. And probably much more than that.
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Walter Dorringstone - Sat, 19 Sep 2020 07:15:17 EST wzm/WYJK No.133733 Reply
>>133728
. Dead Wrestler balls mahoney once eat 50 somas and drank an etire bottle of barcadi 151 and somehow lived.
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jarvis cocksucker - Tue, 22 Sep 2020 02:10:18 EST nnHmF9Dz No.133738 Reply
>>133728
Yeah i must of been desperate for validation when i wrote that horse shit, sorry bout dat. winnie happen again wee laddie.

GETTING H IGH ON ANTIPSYCHOTIC'S DOES WORK

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- Fri, 18 Sep 2020 09:23:29 EST zpBgfO88 No.133730
File: 1600435409360.jpg -(158378B / 154.67KB, 992x758) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. GETTING H IGH ON ANTIPSYCHOTIC'S DOES WORK
To all of you out there who are mentally ill or schizophrenic, don't take anti's for a week and then go back on the stuff and then take some modafinil along the side and you get one of the best highs that you could ever experience. I call it a "sage high" because you become so filled with clarity it feels like you've ascended beyond humanity. SLAYER
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Molly Wonnerhadging - Fri, 18 Sep 2020 10:13:37 EST 6lDYRvxj No.133731 Reply
>>133730
It honestly just sounds like you're forcing withdrawal on yourself and then the relief from taking the drugs again is being viewed as a high.

Certain Antiderpessants can get you high.

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- Thu, 13 Aug 2020 15:22:39 EST y+W2bcwU No.133599
File: 1597346559162.jpg -(199575B / 194.90KB, 1200x1207) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Certain Antiderpessants can get you high.
Certain SSRIs can be used recreationally. Depending on which one you have. Fluoxetine (Prozac) acts as an SNDRI at doses of 80mg and higher, and at high doses (120-160 mg with no tolerance.) can give you a moderate Cocaine buzz.

Venlafaxine (Effexor) can also be abused, it very similarly acts as an SNDRI at high dosages, and at 450-750 mg with no tolerance can give you an effect very similar to dextroamphetamine. I've done it myself.

Here for more info:
https://www.erowid.org/chemicals/ssris/ssris_info2.shtml
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Jeff's Benzos - Thu, 27 Aug 2020 22:37:24 EST DMhq4+MI No.133674 Reply
>>133603
Harsh way to put it but it probably isn't a good idea

>>133673
Yeah its probably like most things of this "class" risky and moderate effect. There's really a bunch of other things that aren't studied but i mean people have been doing it for years and they're alright and it actually gets you high not different at an unknown risk
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Lillian Covingshit - Wed, 02 Sep 2020 00:29:55 EST /3klzowo No.133687 Reply
I have bipolar and I can use sertraline to pretty reliably induce manic symptoms even at doses below what people online call "recreational"

that's the only one i've ever gotten other than Lexapro, which is one of the things that triggered bipolar in me to begin with along with really bad ecstasy abuse

they gave it to me to take with an antipsychotic, but i stopped taking the antipsychotic and started taking Lamictal instead, which is amazing, but even on Lamictal i still get those sorts of effects from sertraline
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Hamilton Dartstock - Thu, 17 Sep 2020 23:28:52 EST bMOrf43/ No.133727 Reply
>>133717
Curious, but how’d you get yourself raided?

Air horn huffing general

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- Sat, 29 Aug 2015 19:31:31 EST yG8wyAoI No.124207
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Yall mother fuckers gonna get loud?

My land lord keeps asking me whats with all the noise. I used to tell him it was a sports thing but I think he's getting suspicious. What should I tell him?

What's your favorite brand of horn? I like seachoice. Their cheap and aren't full of bitter shit.

GONNA GIT LOUD!
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Lydia Surryfield - Tue, 15 Sep 2020 12:41:47 EST kVbAj4Ok No.133714 Reply
>>124207

i can't get out of bed without a little huff and my fingers turn blue a lot
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Simon Macklesig - Wed, 16 Sep 2020 19:59:29 EST lcsWHlCU No.133724 Reply
>>133240
I was about to post this, especially since its getting cold out so i won’t be able to go to the Horn Field anymore

pillsnstufflol

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- Sat, 13 Jun 2020 20:43:49 EST C8sjMM0g No.133455
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My Grandma died and now I have 500 paks of this shit. Will any of this get me high?
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Basil Brorringstut - Wed, 08 Jul 2020 16:36:25 EST Z3H60gyV No.133506 Reply
>>133505
>Other than it potentiating the depressant effects of other CNS depressants, it shouldn't have caused anything remotely feeling like a heart attack

Meant to say
>Other than it potentiating the depressant effects of other CNS depressants, there isn't much danger to taking lots of hydroxyzine other than passing out**
> it shouldn't have caused anything remotely feeling like a heart attack
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Eliza Herringstone - Thu, 09 Jul 2020 00:47:14 EST fQCjMkIK No.133507 Reply
>>133506
I was taking hydroxyzine (in combination with venlafaxine) to treat panic attacks, along with other things. So that's probably what I experienced. Yeah I'm a fucking retard for abusing it.

I hope this can be a lesson to others who take these pills. They only function at the prescribed dose. More than that will just fuck yourself.
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Emma Cluvingsene - Mon, 27 Jul 2020 16:59:34 EST 2a8+/aXB No.133556 Reply
Baclofen and gabapentin both are great highs. Start the baclofen at 30-50mg and dose more if necessary. Ideally mix it with gabapentin for the best high. 1200-2400mg staggered is a good starting dose for the gabas.

Acetaminophen's Metabolite

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- Mon, 17 Aug 2020 13:25:07 EST y+W2bcwU No.133629
File: 1597685107255.jpg -(1699978B / 1.62MB, 1500x1500) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Acetaminophen's Metabolite
Well, before I describe it, I just want to say that this way of getting buzzed is completely fucking retarded. It strains your liver enzymes and isn't really worth it. However, Acetaminophen metabolizes at very low concentrations into the cannabinoid AM-404.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AM404

I have once taken 4 grams of Acetaminophen with a large amount of dark chocolate (Contains high concentrations of Andandamide and 2-AG. 2 of your three primary endogenous cannabinoids.) and experienced a mild cannabinoid buzz. Equivalent to about 1 hit of potent cannabis. Effects lasted for 4-6 hours.

I don't know. I don't recommend this at all, as Acetaminophen primarily metabolizes into NAPQI, a potent hepatotoxin and neurotoxicant. I'm just bored, withdrawaling from amphetamine, and am smoking real cannabis on a high dose of Gabapentin and just wanted to report this out of boredom. I'm NOT on acetaminophen right now. I would not suggest anybody do this.

Acetaminophen begins straining liver enzymes at 4 grams, and at 8 grams starts inducing liver failure and 12 grams general total organ failure occurs, apparently.

But yeah, just bored and thought I'd post this. Acetaminophen itself is not a cannabinoidergic, although it is a potent 5HT1a receptor full agonist and that's what usually causes the dizzy, pleasant effect experienced when ingesting Tylenol normally.

Anyways, yeah. High on medical grade Cannabis and 8 grams of Gabapentin. Feels good man.
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Johhny Buttafuoco - Mon, 17 Aug 2020 13:35:09 EST nnHmF9Dz No.133630 Reply
>>133629
Very interesting, would you reckon NAC or alpha lipoic acid (a possible alternative APAP antidote iirc) could lessen any toxic effect? still sounds like a desperate and shitty way to get buzzed but i had no idea of any of this man.
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Edwin Grimman - Mon, 17 Aug 2020 13:53:39 EST y+W2bcwU No.133635 Reply
>>133630

OP here. Not enough, man. Although 4 grams is the maximum approved therapuetic dosage of Acetaminophen. So 4 grams wouldn't produce any significant toxic effects.
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John Wommlefield - Thu, 10 Sep 2020 00:02:51 EST tDuH+8DD No.133701 Reply
>>133635
4 grams of that shit at once would probably have me throwing up blood while I call 911. I had a really bad reaction where I should have been hospitalized but hid it from 400mg Naproxen after waking up with some alcohol in my system, threw up blood in my high school bathroom, 4 grams sounds like it shouldn't be recommended for anyone


New to kratom. Need good brands

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- Mon, 15 Jun 2020 16:37:27 EST MrNIYMZR No.133460
File: 1592253447432.jpg -(4736511B / 4.52MB, 5120x3840) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. New to kratom. Need good brands
I just took 4 capsules of krave botanicals and I don't feel shit. Does anybody have any advice with brands, etc?
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Augustus Tillinggold - Wed, 22 Jul 2020 16:32:48 EST vL1PWjSY No.133542 Reply
>>133541
I don't think you can know for sure unless you have a way of verifying the location it was harvested from and the type of leaf it was. In general those two shouldn't be the same thing since they would be from different places, they could have similar effects though.
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Fanny Nirringbick - Thu, 23 Jul 2020 05:53:17 EST nnHmF9Dz No.133547 Reply
I find gold strains the best as they are uplifting and sedating, i have NEVER gotten too fucked up like i could take 30 g and at worst puke a little but i would still feel fucking brand new. I find gold Bali is like a benzo and super gold feels like an opioid.
Also mixing them up like 3g red> 2g white> 2g green makes a good buzz, probably get a full spectrum of kratom's effects this way just gotta watch out for tolly shooting up.
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Edward Blythebury - Sat, 12 Sep 2020 07:14:08 EST JO1bG/XJ No.133706 Reply
Mitragyna Javanica vs Speciosa. is Javanica better or worse, which prefer?

Chloroform

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- Tue, 08 Sep 2020 10:23:58 EST bULn7+GZ No.133699
File: 1599575038974.jpg -(2767B / 2.70KB, 125x94) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Chloroform
has anybody done it? a mate of mine stole it out of a lab and we gonna have some fun with. any tips?
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Angus Backlebanks - Tue, 08 Sep 2020 18:20:27 EST 42+k1Gjt No.133700 Reply
>>133699
Chloroform is bad for you, toxic to the liver, kidneys and brain. Probably won't do much harm just to try it once though.

You just get a rag and bring it to your face and breathe it until you start to feel it. You know that joke "does this rag smell like chloroform to you?" Well chloroform actually does smell really nice.

Anyway if you're gonna steal from a lab, get diethyl ether. Way better and far less bad for you. Just got to be careful of how flammable it is.

Feeling dumb after quiting antidepressant

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- Sun, 16 Aug 2020 13:00:43 EST vq4yoBLi No.133620
File: 1597597243045.png -(188357B / 183.94KB, 375x375) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Feeling dumb after quiting antidepressant
I was prescribed amitryptiline for bouts of insomnia, but lately it was making me retarded and not being able to shit, so I just quit. It's been only day 1 but I still feel like I used to with the medication. Is the medication still working or is this discontinuation syndrome?
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Sophie Nocklefuck - Thu, 27 Aug 2020 22:03:55 EST dqIcQLH5 No.133671 Reply
>>133655
How long were you on it for? Antidepressants build up in your system and can take weeks to completely filter out. It should be better within a few days though
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Thomas Dackleridge - Fri, 28 Aug 2020 01:22:43 EST vq4yoBLi No.133676 Reply
>>133671
For around six months but I didn't take it everyday. It's weird
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Graham Snodham - Tue, 08 Sep 2020 04:02:24 EST vq4yoBLi No.133698 Reply
>>133620
I don't know bros, I still have this speech issues and also make really dumb mistakes I think I fried my brain forever

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