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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby Bardock » 16 February 2013, 18:25

Ecstasy I'm dying
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby Brenden » 17 February 2013, 00:27

Bardock wrote:Ecstasy I'm dying

Dying?

Are you sure you have pure MDMA? MDMA should be an entirely pleasant experience due to its influence on the brain — causing serotonin (which causes feelings of well-being and happiness), dopamine (the brain's go-to reward chemical), and norepinephrine (a fight-or-flight neurotransmitter; combined with the other two should simply make one feel very alert and active) to be released in large quantities.
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby hnngh » 17 February 2013, 05:42

Brenden wrote:
Bardock wrote:Ecstasy I'm dying

Dying?

Are you sure you have pure MDMA? MDMA should be an entirely pleasant experience due to its influence on the brain — causing serotonin (which causes feelings of well-being and happiness), dopamine (the brain's go-to reward chemical), and norepinephrine (a fight-or-flight neurotransmitter; combined with the other two should simply make one feel very alert and active) to be released in large quantities.


Not really true. MDMA can cause all sorts of psychological fuckery, even if it is pure. It's just rare, but it does happen. Some people just react badly to it.
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby René » 17 February 2013, 19:32

A low dose of α-methyltryptamine (similar to the ones once used for its application as a prescription antidepressant in the Soviet Union). Turns out this very adequately inhibits the little crash one can feel after using 6-APB. :keke:
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby bounce » 17 February 2013, 21:35

Brenden wrote:
Bardock wrote:Ecstasy I'm dying

Dying?

Are you sure you have pure MDMA? MDMA should be an entirely pleasant experience due to its influence on the brain — causing serotonin (which causes feelings of well-being and happiness), dopamine (the brain's go-to reward chemical), and norepinephrine (a fight-or-flight neurotransmitter; combined with the other two should simply make one feel very alert and active) to be released in large quantities.

:werd:

Had MDMA at a house party last night for the first time. Entirely pleasant experience apart from a bit of lethargy today from not being able to sleep and being hugely cross eyed most of the night. Helped by the fact quite a few other people were on something, and anything which keeps a group of you dancing till 6am gets my approval.
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby René » 18 February 2013, 11:05

bounce wrote:
Brenden wrote:
Bardock wrote:Ecstasy I'm dying

Dying?

Are you sure you have pure MDMA? MDMA should be an entirely pleasant experience due to its influence on the brain — causing srotonin (which causes feelings of well-being and happiness), dopamine (the brain's go-to reward chemical), and norepinephrine (a fight-or-flight neurotransmitter; combined with the other two should simply make one feel very alert and active) to be released in large quantities.

:werd:

Had MDMA at a house party last night for the first time. Entirely pleasant experience apart from a bit of lethargy today from not being able to sleep and being hugely cross eyed most of the night. Helped by the fact quite a few other people were on something, and anything which keeps a group of you dancing till 6am gets my approval.

I assume you're aware you need to make sure you take in adequate liquids (non-alcoholic) and eat at least some food throughout the experience if you're going to be so physically active?

Anyway, to prevent the insomnia, you need to take around 2 mg of etizolam (or an equivalent dose of a similar benzodiazepine-derived sedative medication) near the end of the experience. That should help you get right to sleep.

You probably also experienced some jaw clenching or teeth grinding. This can be very bad for your teeth and gums, especially combined with the dry-mouth effect, and can leave your jaws feeling quite sore.
The jaw clenching can be significantly lessened by taking magnesium tablets before and after taking MDMA.
It's also good to take a sip of water every now and then so your mouth isn't so dry, and to have some tasty sugar-free chewing gum on hand to give your jaws/teeth something non-damaging to chew on.

You should also be aware that MDMA is a neurotoxin, and that this effect can be largely mitigated by taking a selective GABAB-receptor agonist (like baclofen) with the MDMA, which will prevent the rise in body temperature that facilitates the neurotoxicity, as well as taking a selective MAO-B inhibitor (like selegiline) a day prior with a high-fat meal, which will prevent the formation of oxidative radicals normally produced when MAO-B breaks down dopamine (which you will have a lot extra of while on MDMA).

Finally, you should definitely space out your use of MDMA and related substances if you intend to do this again in the future. It's best to put at least three months between uses. Failing to do so will exacerbate the neurotoxic effects and lead to diminishing experiences (it will "lose its magic" as is often said), increased side effects, and potentially permanent brain damage.

(There are lots of idiots out there who find out this stuff is fun and start doing it every weekend or even multiple times during the week. Needless to say, that's a very bad idea.)

On a sidenote, I'd like to suggest doing it with a long-term romantic partner rather than with a group of friends at a party, as it really facilitates bonding and empathy and seeing eye to eye on things that may previously have caused conflict. I think that's where MDMA really shines. :keke:
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby niko123 » 2 March 2013, 07:17

Some amazingly potent (dank) fudge. Made with coconut oil so more goodies inside. 1/3 of a small square is enough.
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby Korey » 4 March 2013, 07:08

Hot chocolate with amaretto. Mmm so tasty. :drool:
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby niko123 » 4 March 2013, 11:07

Heroin.

I'm completely serious.
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby Elven11 » 4 March 2013, 11:24

Hmmmnn I'm not on anything anymore, well not things like crystal meth. gosh that would have to be the most un fabulous drug ever!!
If life was a buzz ice would be a buzz kill lol...

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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby acpro » 4 March 2013, 18:01

niko123 wrote:Heroin.

I'm completely serious.



Be careful...

I've known some people to die from that...
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby Brenden » 4 March 2013, 18:12

Korey wrote:Hot chocolate with amaretto. Mmm so tasty. :drool:

René loves that combination too, in addition to hot chocolate with Irish cream.
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby niko123 » 5 March 2013, 00:40

acpro wrote:
niko123 wrote:Heroin.

I'm completely serious.



Be careful...

I've known some people to die from that...

So have I. However, if you're responsible and weigh it correctly, the actual risks are not as high as you would think. Like any substance, addiction will only occur if you allow it to occur.
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby acpro » 5 March 2013, 03:12

niko123 wrote:
acpro wrote:
niko123 wrote:Heroin.

I'm completely serious.



Be careful...

I've known some people to die from that...

So have I. However, if you're responsible and weigh it correctly, the actual risks are not as high as you would think. Like any substance, addiction will only occur if you allow it to occur.


Right, but although addiction and overdosing are related, they aren't mutually exclusive. I'm not sure if that's what you meant or not, but I guess my point is that you don't have to be an addict to OD and most addicts don't OD (that I have known).

And yeah, i agree with what you said about the other shit.
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby Lucas » 5 March 2013, 03:14

niko123 wrote:
acpro wrote:
niko123 wrote:Heroin.

I'm completely serious.



Be careful...

I've known some people to die from that...

So have I. However, if you're responsible and weigh it correctly, the actual risks are not as high as you would think. Like any substance, addiction will only occur if you allow it to occur.


Be careful. I've known 2 people who died from heroin. One was within the last 6 months.
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby René » 7 March 2013, 17:46

Niacin (vitamin B3)

The flushing is kind of nice. I feel like I'm sitting in the sunshine, enjoying the warmth without experiencing any of the negative effects like sunburn and skin cancer. My skin is all red and I'm even sweating a bit (while I'm shirtless and it's winter and only 17 degrees in here). If I turn on a fan and close my eyes it'll be just like being at the beach. :D
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby Korey » 7 March 2013, 23:31

René wrote:Niacin (vitamin B3)

The flushing is kind of nice. I feel like I'm sitting in the sunshine, enjoying the warmth without experiencing any of the negative effects like sunburn and skin cancer. My skin is all red and I'm even sweating a bit (while I'm shirtless and it's winter and only 17 degrees in here). If I turn on a fan and close my eyes it'll be just like being at the beach. :D

I know! I remember experiencing that when I first drank one of those 5-hour Energy shots years ago. I didn't know what was happening until I looked it up online. A lot of people complain about that effect of niacin, but I like it. Like sitting in the sunshine is a great way to describe it. I think the makers of 5-hour Energy changed the formula since then from niacin to niacinamide, which doesn't cause the characteristic niacin flush. I sometimes take a vitamin B supplement that uses niacinamide as its source of niacin too, so I don't experience the flushing from it either. I should look into getting a niacin supplement that uses actual niacin instead of niacinamide so I can experience that flush again. :P
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby wizid » 8 March 2013, 04:53

Figuring out the best way to do what I want to in regards to sticking a german motorcycle engine in a russian bike. Costing out parts and figuring out when I'll be able to afford to buy what.
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby niko123 » 8 March 2013, 06:48

wizid wrote:Figuring out the best way to do what I want to in regards to sticking a german motorcycle engine in a russian bike. Costing out parts and figuring out when I'll be able to afford to buy what.

Wrong thread n00b.
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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postby wizid » 8 March 2013, 07:03

niko123 wrote:
wizid wrote:Figuring out the best way to do what I want to in regards to sticking a german motorcycle engine in a russian bike. Costing out parts and figuring out when I'll be able to afford to buy what.

Wrong thread n00b.


You're right, so I'm on 3600mg of a nerve pain killer, weed, there is about 50mg of oxy ground up in that mug of coca-cola, and I chewed up a vicodin about twenty minutes ago.
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