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Old 07-01-2007, 14:24
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DXM and Alcohol

I know DXM and alcohol goes bad together, but what are really the risks ? If some guy take a "low" amount of DXM (something between 200mg and 400mg), would it be really dangerous to drink too much alcohol ? I ask this because a friend has some difficulties to stay away from alcohol during a party, but doesn't want to take too much risks...

Would too much alcohol and DXM together just end in a vomit party or would there be serious dangers for the health ?

And can someone drink big amounts of alcohol just after a DXM trip ?

And, other question, do you think it's safe to take DXM one or two days after having taken Ayahuasca (and so an MAOI...).

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Old 09-01-2007, 03:23
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Re: DXM and Alcohol

I would refrain from any dxm trips at least two weeks after using an maoi. since according to the dxm faq (what a wonderful piece of fine literature) "Taking DXM with MAOI's still in your system has been REPEATEDLY FATAL" paraphrasing but it's to that effect. and I think like you siad, dxm with alchol would just make your nuasea worse and end your trip in a hurry.
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Old 09-01-2007, 06:07
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Re: DXM and Alcohol

Swim doesn't normally use alcohol during DXM trips, but has found an interesting side-effect. If he does a 3rd-plateau dose or higher one night and goes drinking the next, the alcohol brings back much of the dissociation and derealization from the night before. No visuals or robo-walking; it's purely mental.

He kinda likes it.

One thing of note: the author of the DXM FAQ wasn't kidding about DXM blocking tolerance to other drugs. Swim once took just 200mg of DXM before hitting the bars (he wasn't driving), and found himself completely shitfaced after only a couple of drinks. It was as if he'd never had booze before. He remembers nothing about the evening, so he can't recommend it; what good is an experience - even a good one - if you have no memory of it?

As for MAOIs, he agrees with Riconoen and the author of the FAQ. Don't do it - it will kill you. In fact, don't even drink beer or eat cheese after having used a MAOI. Make sure you know exactly how long the particular MAOI in question takes to leave one's system, then double that time just to be safe. Those chemicals should not be taken lightly.


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Old 09-01-2007, 06:32
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Re: DXM and Alcohol

Small amounts of alcohol (a beer or two) potentiate DXM. More than that can lead to extreme nausea (a couple of lab rats puked for hours from too much alcohol with DXM). DXM + a little alcohol is basically OK. Much alcohol + a little DXM not.
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Re: DXM and Alcohol

Swim would have to side with caution on this one.

A little bit of alcohol mixed with a light amount of DXM ill potentiate the DXM nicely that is true. Its also easy to mess up.


Swim made the mistake once of going to a kegger a few hours after his DXM trip has supposedly ended (he was back to baseline). He got quite drunk and the last thing he remembered was that he was going to leave the party. He woke up the next day to find out he had been nearly comatose on the couch tripping his balls off. He puked all over himself and had to be carried to a car by his friends and then was driven home by another drunk friend after which several other friends carried swim up to his room. Not a very fun night, certainly not a safe night, and definitely could have been avoided with a little caution.

So yeah, you can be at baseline supposedly but alcohol can kick the DXM right back up there. Its a dangerous mix to mess around with.
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Re: DXM and Alcohol

Well I don't want to advocate anything, but swim has drank beer on around 400mgs of dex and then whiskey later in the night until he blacked out. He was fine even the next day, right now swim downed about 600mgs and has drank about 6 beers 20 minutes before dosing (not all in 20 minutes). I'll report on swims experience and leave the page up.
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Old 20-02-2012, 03:09
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Re: DXM and Alcohol

Swim prefers to use low doses of dxm with alcohol, like no more than 150mg. The dxm makes it way easier to get drunk, but i dont even wanna know how sick someone would ge from combining high doses.

Not sure about the risk though..
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Old 20-02-2012, 06:00
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Re: DXM and Alcohol

Eh It may be due too my high tolerance of dxm that it didn't potentiate it that much, but I didn't ever feel nauseous and am currently just relaxing watching tv nothing special.
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Re: DXM and Alcohol

Certainly not advocating this but in swim's experience, dxm has always made him be able to drink like a champ. The only issue is that since dxm allowed him to drink more, as it wore off he went from getting soberish to shitty drunk very quickly.

Does anyone know specifically why its not safe to drink on dxm?
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Old 02-03-2012, 04:54
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Re: DXM and Alcohol

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Does anyone know specifically why its not safe to drink on dxm?
Mainly because of the combined respiratory depression. Alcohol is more of a problem because it's depresses much faster than DXM. So let's say SWIY does 1 gram of dxm and drinks 4 shots, that's going to have a combined depression effects putting you close to overdose, do you know what I mean?

Remember the higher you go with DXM dosage the less you can safely drink so just remember that there's a combined depressant effect.

Long term i'd worry about the stress it might put on the heart because of how toxic alcohol is plus DXMs effect on blood pressure, this is the only reason i'd stay away from this combo, because getting drunk while on dxm and running around carelessly while your blood pressure is higher your heart won't like that. This is just my opinion and a note.

SWIM personally doesn't think this combo is a good idea

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Old 05-03-2012, 01:03
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Re: DXM and Alcohol

I have to say that DXM has a tendency to be hard on the heart (accelerates beating and increases blood pressure), alcohol has a tendency to do the same especially binge drinking.

There is also a issue with DXMs NMDA antagonism which decreases the tolerance to other drugs specifically CNS depressants such as alcohol and opioids. So this combination should be used with caution and both should be lowered to compensate from the potentiation of one another.

I would be cautious with this combination.

MAOI and DXM is not a safe combination.
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Old 06-03-2012, 09:44
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Re: DXM and Alcohol

Swim very much agrees with Diabolic, because it increases your heart rate and blood pressure, you have to be careful of your actions while on dxm in the sense that you can't exert yourself too much and adding alcohol is only going to decrease your inhibitions which will make things that much worse

I edited my last post because it needed to be touched up it was alittle wreckless of me to say what I said

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Re: DXM and Alcohol

I'm trying to find info on using alcohol to reduce or eliminate some negative effects of dxm use.. There was a "House" doctor show on with a guy who was using the "dumbing you down" effect of dxm in robitussin to be happy with his wife (something like that) anyway they found alcohol first and thought he was an alcoholic, then House has this huge epiphany, and realizes he's using it to cope with his daily dxm habit (albeit a low one compared to "psychedelic doses" from experiences (100+) I think they mean around 60-150mg (mileage may vary, my tolerance is high to EVERYTHING except hallucinogens) where you feel "dumbed down" or "slow to put words together" and not tripping. Anyone have any clue why/what he was doing with the ethanol? worse comes to worse im gonna look up the episode! lol I've searched enough on these forums, others and google and can't find answers to this specific question.. It's also something with how they interact together, I have never seen a dxm harm reduction thread using alcohol so if I missed it my bad. Thanks
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Re: DXM and Alcohol

Alcohol mixes terribly with DXM in my extensive experience. You will experience the spins (vertigo), extreme nausea, diarrhea, panic, etc. Only once have I mixed the two successfully (had 2 beers before the trip even began). Would not recommend this combination to anyone, ever, for any reason.
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Re: DXM and Alcohol

I actually used to like mixing alcohol and dxm. A little alcohol [two beers or a couple shots of vodka] while ingesting dxm pills seemed to help a bit with the initial nausea dxm would induce in me.
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Re: DXM and Alcohol

^ To the above poster, it sounds like you consumed such a small amount of alcohol that by the time DXM even starts to work (1.5-4 hours) the alcohol would be worn off. That's not a combination.
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Re: DXM and Alcohol

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I'm trying to find info on using alcohol to reduce or eliminate some negative effects of dxm use.. There was a "House" doctor show on with a guy who was using the "dumbing you down" effect of dxm in robitussin to be happy with his wife (something like that) anyway they found alcohol first and thought he was an alcoholic, then House has this huge epiphany, and realizes he's using it to cope with his daily dxm habit (albeit a low one compared to "psychedelic doses" from experiences (100+) I think they mean around 60-150mg (mileage may vary, my tolerance is high to EVERYTHING except hallucinogens) where you feel "dumbed down" or "slow to put words together" and not tripping. Anyone have any clue why/what he was doing with the ethanol? worse comes to worse im gonna look up the episode! lol I've searched enough on these forums, others and google and can't find answers to this specific question.. It's also something with how they interact together, I have never seen a dxm harm reduction thread using alcohol so if I missed it my bad. Thanks
I loved that show (in general and that episode in particular). In fact I started using cough syrup as a direct result (hey, if Dr. House says ...) A bottle and a half, three oz. of vodka, over ice, shaken not stirred.

Season six, episode nine.
"The remaining symptoms are explained after the discovery of his addiction to DXM (mixed with alcohol to prevent brain damage), which he used to reduce his intellect. (His wife had an IQ of 87 so he got along better with her when he was on DXM.) As Sidas regains his status of intellectual genius by not abusing the addictive medicine, he begins work in applied physics, drawing a schematic for a toroidal helicon plasma device, and is reassured that he cannot relate to his wife with his original intellect. House, relating to his situation, essentially helps "lobotomize Einstein" by giving him back his meds, as the patient wishes to be dumb and happy rather than smart and miserable."
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Re: DXM and Alcohol

Are you guys using a TV show as a source of scientific information?....
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Are you guys using a TV show as a source of scientific information?....
<LOL> ... no. But I did get the idea from the show. Until then it had never occurred to me drink a bottle of cough syrup. It was only after countless googles that I decided to give it a try.

And as far as alcohol mitigating potential brain damage I never found any corroboration of that. I use a little vodka to cut that thick syrupy texture and, for me anyway, the buzz is just a little less disassociative / slightly more uh social. Even when I'm tripping balls I giggle.

Also, unlike the TV show, I don't think I'd be driving a delivery van while drinking cough syrup! (But, the show did make a valid point, I would absolutely drink cough syrup if I married someone like my mother-in-law : -)
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Re: DXM and Alcohol

If you are giggling when tripping balls on DXM, my friend, you've never taken a strong dose. Shit knocks the wind out of you and leaves you incapable of any motor functions.

The point of the show is still hilarious
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If you are giggling when tripping balls on DXM, my friend, you've never taken a strong dose. Shit knocks the wind out of you and leaves you incapable of any motor functions.

The point of the show is still hilarious
I agree. A strong third plateau or fourth plateau dose and I'm absolutely silent and motionless for hours.
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Re: DXM and Alcohol

Take 150-200mg more and you won't know what silent or motionless means. You'll just be floating along in the abyss as an inanimate object. Ego death is a really weird experience. It can be very scary but it's something I'm glad I had happen. Definitely makes you think about the concept of existence beyond the scope of your brain, your body, and this world.

That kind of dose is not something that should be taken without working up toward... and even still these doses need to be spread out a great deal. I'd elaborate on the consequences of not doing this from first hand experience, but you get the idea.
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Re: DXM and Alcohol

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If you are giggling when tripping balls on DXM, my friend, you've never taken a strong dose. Shit knocks the wind out of you and leaves you incapable of any motor functions.
Regardless the plateau I do enjoy.

I partake about once a week. I'm a body weight of 150 lb. I usually cap on at one bottle (350 mg. DXM). At this level the closed eye visuals are entertaining, the music is fun and I love that feeling of being lightly tossed upon the ocean's waves.

About once a month I find time for a bottle and a half (525 mg. DXM) At this level the visuals become full motion photo realistic interspersed with cartoons and caricatures that are backed by a full orchestra. Sometimes it's classical and sometimes it's the Charleston and big band swing. I often find myself caught in stage productions of old fashioned musicals.

I learn why people spend years studying, learning, listening and appreciating music. Music is drug-like and represents joy. It's also a keyhole into life, death, truth, meaning, purpose. It's kept on the down low because, if discovered, it would be outlawed, prosecuted, punished and persecuted. We hide in plain sight as the intelligentsia irrelevant, out of touch squares in plaid suits or the somewhat tolerable but harmless effeminate.

Cole Porter reigns, "Anything Goes" or "Let's Do It" are mantras and the scene from "Black Dahlia" of beautiful lesbians swaying seductively to the sounds of "Love for Sale" occasionally pops.

At my age I have what is called profound hearing loss so it's a bit ironic that music is front and center and that crescendos become mind blowing orgasms.

It's a world where sex, drugs, music (which renders the utility of drugs superfluous) and wireless routers have more in common than not and where death could be liberation. (Kurt Vonnegut touched on something akin in one of his short stories where we exist outside our bodies only occasionally taking on the risk and liability of a body for a night on the town.)

At this stage I can still force my eyes open. Sometimes the hallucinations will merge with the reality and create something new. Sometimes I'll stay with that, other times I opt to close my eyes and go back to where I was. I can force myself to stand but I move like I drank myself legless so I usually stay put.

I toy with trying more but then I ponder, "Why? Wouldn't it be a bit greedy to ask for more?" So, just out of idle curiosity, I ask, what would the next plateau be like?

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while a interesting post, it has nothing to do with mixing DXM and alcohol. Please stay on topic.
Tremendously off-topic and reeks of intoxication
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Re: DXM and Alcohol

If you're taking DXM once a week at those doses, you might want to consider tapering back significantly. An addiction to this drug is not fun, not understood, and not well-treated by medicine. Just trust me and take it easy.

Also that was really off-topic, and to anyone thinking "I want to die", I'd console them with: don't worry, you will. Might as well see what life is about first. Plus, you get into the idea of what actually happens when you die- if consciousness ever ends or if you're just instantly somewhere else.

Anyways, aside from some LIGHT drinking prior to the come-up on DXM, I don't think the two mix well together.
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Re: DXM and Alcohol

My apologies. My intent was not to ramble on so but I most certainly did. I had posited earlier that alcohol seemed to change my experience with DXM from that of mere spectator to active participant (so much so that if I didn't like a story line I could change it on the fly). And, yes, I can actually hear myself laughing out loud at times.

Some articles suggest that the body converts DXM Hbr to DXO as it's metabolized such that it's normal to have both in your system. They further suggest one is a little trippier while the other is more stupefying and that a little of both is a good balance.

I was originally thinking a little alcohol might have changed the ratio some or that because I could drink it faster with the alcohol that that might have changed the ratio some. I have since found nothing on the Internet that supports either thought.

That leaves me with the placebo effect. After years of social drinking I see alcohol as a social lubricant thus when I add alcohol to my cough syrup I must simply be seeing Happy Hour!

Again, my apologies.

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