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Drug info - Benadryl (Diphenhydramine) has an opiate potentiator?

Discussion in 'Deliriant antihistamines' started by whocaresdude91, Oct 15, 2011.

  1. whocaresdude91

    whocaresdude91 Silver Member

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    SWIM and most opiate/opiod users have heard that Diphenhydramine (Benadryl) is an opiate/opiod potentiator. SWIM has a question about this though. SWIM gets confused when different individuals say different things about diphenhydramine (Benadryl) potentiating opiates. Does diphenhydramine potentiates the "nodding" effect of opiates/opiods, or does it potentiate the feelings of well being, euphoria, endorpin rush, and warm feelings SWIM knows and loves about narcotics. Sorry to make the question confusing, thanks for the help.​
     
  2. m000nman

    m000nman Silver Member

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    for swim, it increases the nod, if he uses an opiate at night he will take benadryl with it to make the nod hit faster an harder.
     
  3. Stueybluey81

    Stueybluey81 Newbie

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    This is without doubt a superb potentiator of all opiates as it is an ethanolomine. Happy to elaborate if anybody requires.
     
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