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Mind-altering drugs: does legal mean safe?

By chillinwill, Oct 2, 2008 | | |
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  1. chillinwill
    From: http://www.newscientist.com/channel...C-hmts&nsref=specrt11_head_Drugs on the brain

Comments

  1. entheogensmurf
    Fcking asshole. Fck him.
    I'm going to write him a letter.
    Note: Vulgarity will not be contained in the communication.

    And I thought some psychoactives are psychomimetic, not "psychosis" itself.

    I find getting information from the Internet very accurate -- When I review research papers, personal opinions (many many many opinions, not just the first one) and trip reports.
    There is no where else to go -- as a result of the illegal status ;) Oh the irony. Ask around to anyone who is so called qualified in the area (a professional of some sort) and what will you hear?
    1. It's bad.
    2. It's dangerous.
    3. It ruins lives.
    4. It destroys your brain.

    blah blah.

    It's obvious that the propaganda out there must have contributed to horrid experiences which rely heavily on set and setting.




    The fire is the life in which we burn.

    His prattle about flash backs ... I admit, I have no experience with this. I imagine that some of the "trauma" can come with a person not being fully educated in respect to what they could face and feel. I full well know that this is not always the case, and experienced psychonaughts can have very disturbing adventures that may cause a flash back.

    Basically it comes down to these twits trying to ruin the fun and learning of people who can handle psychedelics to "protect" the few, the mentally unfit or predisposed to issues.

    When we ban peanuts, eradicate bees, remove anything which can cause a deathly allergic reaction -- then they would have a valid point. That is not the case so fck them.
  2. Euthanatos93420
    PTSD level flashbacks????? MAN! I want some of that sally.

    I like the last paragraph.

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