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Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postPosted: 11 January 2013, 03:31
by niko123
Homemade oatmeal pot cookies. They're delicious.

Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postPosted: 13 January 2013, 21:22
by Milo
THC

Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postPosted: 14 January 2013, 17:30
by Denuto
10MG valium.

Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postPosted: 15 January 2013, 20:58
by Milo
Durbin Poison

Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postPosted: 19 January 2013, 02:38
by Brenden
MDAI + caffeine = willpower, energy, and motivation to get things done. :awesome:

Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postPosted: 19 January 2013, 03:08
by niko123
Some very delicious orange cream flavored shisha.

Bloody hookah keeps falling over though...LOL!

Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postPosted: 19 January 2013, 04:43
by canna
1/2 gram of g13 oil (bong), and I have been supplementing a good body buzz with granddaddy purple oil (bowl).
Edit- deathstar oil (vap pen).
All very high quality stuff.
I'm super stoned.
GN.

Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postPosted: 19 January 2013, 13:54
by Voodoothunder
Romanoff Vodka

Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postPosted: 27 January 2013, 00:41
by Milo
Marijuana

Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postPosted: 28 January 2013, 05:43
by René
Coffee with a little bit of ethylphenidate to help me stay up long enough to go to the building society to deposit money to pay our rent and run other errands.

Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postPosted: 28 January 2013, 07:02
by Korey
René wrote:ethylphenidate

I remember seeing that listed on some RC websites back when I was looking to try etizolam. How does it compare to methylphenidate? I was prescribed methylphenidate (Ritalin) for a while a few years ago as an adjunct antidepressant, so I have an idea of what it's like.

That ethyl analog reminds me of seeing the ethyl analog of methaqualone listed on some of those RC websites. Methaqualone was supposedly a fairly potent anxiolytic back before it was made illegal in the US by the controlled substances act. I'd read some personal use reports from people who had taken both methaqualone and etaqualone and claimed their effects were similar enough to to appreciate.

It sucks that the controlled analog laws would make both ethylphenidate and etaqualone illegal in the US since their methyl analogs are so highly restricted.

Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postPosted: 28 January 2013, 08:19
by René
Korey wrote:
René wrote:ethylphenidate

I remember seeing that listed on some RC websites back when I was looking to try etizolam. How does it compare to methylphenidate? I was prescribed methylphenidate (Ritalin) for a while a few years ago as an adjunct antidepressant, so I have an idea of what it's like.

That ethyl analog reminds me of seeing the ethyl analog of methaqualone listed on some of those RC websites. Methaqualone was supposedly a fairly potent anxiolytic back before it was made illegal in the US by the controlled substances act. I'd read some personal use reports from people who had taken both methaqualone and etaqualone and claimed their effects were similar enough to to appreciate.

It sucks that the controlled analog laws would make both ethylphenidate and etaqualone illegal in the US since their methyl analogs are so highly restricted.

I've never used methylphenidate so I can't compare the two, but I was quite disappointed to find that ethylphenidate lacks any pleasant effects for me. I've actually found it to be dysphoric in higher dosages, in a dose-dependent manner starting at around 10 mg, and I have not experienced any increase in work/study performance, motivation, or libido at any dosage.

The only useful purpose it serves for me is helping me stay awake, so I just take a little bit of it (5-10 mg) if I have a good reason to stay awake, combined with some coffee.

So I guess NDRIs aren't for me.

Releasing agents, however, are a completely different matter. :D
NDRAs give me increased confidence, ambition, great motivation to work on projects (especially programming work and piano practice, and to a lesser extent translation work and university studying), lack of boredom, increased efficiency and thoroughness in programming (I'm quicker to find solutions, more likely to look over my work and spot potential flaws, and more motivated to document my code), greatly increased libido, and greater emotional depth and precision in playing the piano.

Korey wrote:etizolam

I have that too; we use it to be able to get more than a few hours of sleep on the extremely uncomfortable overnight ferry between England and the Netherlands. Melatonin usually does the trick in all other circumstances where we need help sleeping or have to advance our sleeping pattern, but that boat is so rocky and the engine causes such great vibrations that this is the only way.

It's conveniently unregulated in both countries — as is ethylphenidate; neither are covered by any analogue laws here.

I don't get how people find benzos recreational, though. Maybe they affect other people differently. Both etizolam and alprazolam just make me get tired and help me fall asleep, like a stronger version of melatonin. I don't find anything pleasant about either of them.

I also don't get any pleasant effects from opioids (having tried codeine, tramadol, hydrocodone, and kratom), just itchiness. :shrug:

Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postPosted: 30 January 2013, 05:06
by Milo
THC!!!

Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postPosted: 30 January 2013, 13:59
by Josiemonster
Do they prescribe medical marijuana in the UK? I didn't think they did but I'm second guessing myself now...

Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postPosted: 30 January 2013, 14:21
by Brenden
Josiemonster wrote:Do they prescribe medical marijuana in the UK? I didn't think they did but I'm second guessing myself now...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medical_ca ... ed_Kingdom

Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postPosted: 30 January 2013, 14:53
by Josiemonster
Brenden wrote:
Josiemonster wrote:Do they prescribe medical marijuana in the UK? I didn't think they did but I'm second guessing myself now...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medical_ca ... ed_Kingdom



Awesome! I may have to look into getting some.. ;)

Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postPosted: 30 January 2013, 15:04
by Brenden
Josiemonster wrote:
Brenden wrote:
Josiemonster wrote:Do they prescribe medical marijuana in the UK? I didn't think they did but I'm second guessing myself now...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medical_ca ... ed_Kingdom

Awesome! I may have to look into getting some.. ;)

Awesome? It's not legally available. You can't get a prescription for it.

Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postPosted: 30 January 2013, 15:08
by Josiemonster
Brenden wrote:
Josiemonster wrote:
Brenden wrote:
Josiemonster wrote:Do they prescribe medical marijuana in the UK? I didn't think they did but I'm second guessing myself now...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medical_ca ... ed_Kingdom

Awesome! I may have to look into getting some.. ;)

Awesome? It's not legally available. You can't get a prescription for it.


Obviously I didn't read the article properly. Eh. Must have misunderstood 'Under UK law, certain cannabinoids are permitted medically'
My bad.

Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postPosted: 30 January 2013, 15:14
by Brenden
Josiemonster wrote:
Brenden wrote:
Josiemonster wrote:
Brenden wrote:
Josiemonster wrote:Do they prescribe medical marijuana in the UK? I didn't think they did but I'm second guessing myself now...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medical_ca ... ed_Kingdom

Awesome! I may have to look into getting some.. ;)

Awesome? It's not legally available. You can't get a prescription for it.

Obviously I didn't read the article properly. Eh. Must have misunderstood 'Under UK law, certain cannabinoids are permitted medically'
My bad.

That means the individual cannabinoids found in cannabis, likely in pharmaceuticalised form (e.g., Marinol®).

Re: What are you on right now?

Unread postPosted: 30 January 2013, 15:18
by Josiemonster
Brenden wrote:
Josiemonster wrote:
Brenden wrote:
Josiemonster wrote:
Brenden wrote:
Josiemonster wrote:Do they prescribe medical marijuana in the UK? I didn't think they did but I'm second guessing myself now...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medical_ca ... ed_Kingdom

Awesome! I may have to look into getting some.. ;)

Awesome? It's not legally available. You can't get a prescription for it.

Obviously I didn't read the article properly. Eh. Must have misunderstood 'Under UK law, certain cannabinoids are permitted medically'
My bad.

That means the individual cannabinoids found in cannabis, likely in pharmaceuticalised form (e.g., Marinol®).



it all makes sense now. Yeah, I hadn't read it properly. Thanks for clarifying!