Combinations - RC's and antibiotics - is it safe?

Discussion in 'Research Chemicals' started by dr ACE, Feb 18, 2005.

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  1. dr ACE

    dr ACE Titanium Member

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    is it safe to mix anti-biotics with research chemicals?anyone know?is there any contradictions
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  2. radiometer

    radiometer bananadine addict Platinum Member & Advisor

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    If you're on anti-biotics, you're most likely sick or getting over it. I
    suggest waiting until the antibiotic regimen is over and you are healthy
    before using psychedelics.

    As for interactions - haven't heard of any, but for all we know about
    "research chemicals," the combination could kill you or increase your IQ
    by 50 points. Just kidding [​IMG] but really, one of the defining
    characteristics of a "research chemical" is that very little is known about
    them. Even anecdotal information is lacking for many drugs.

    Which brings me to my final point - "research chemical" is not a class of
    drug. What information we do have about, for instance, 2-ci, is very
    likely not going to apply much to 5-meo-amt. You'd need to be more
    specific about what drug you're asking about combining, for anyone to
    know if they can help.Edited by: radiometer
  3. Barron

    Barron Silver Member

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    I would'nt do that. It seems obvious thatyour body is already tired when on anti-biotics, which is therefore not the best time to take any drug, don't you think?
  4. OiledMandible

    OiledMandible Titanium Member

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    The term anti-biotic is very general. And research chemicals are just that: research chemicals.

    Sooooo....for the sake of humanity, you try those RC's in combo with
    every antibiotic known. Then they will be just chemicals, and no
    one will have to worry.

    /Honestly, I doubt anyone can say for sure.

    //Always use caution with RC's
  5. nanobrain

    nanobrain Platinum Member

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    as has been said above, wait until you get over whatever is causing the bacterial infection for which you have been prescribe antibiotics.

    in general, i find psychs tend to put a load on even the healthy immune system, having strange bacteria / viruses in the mix (as docs oft misprescribe xbiotics for viral infections) is just not necessary.

    your research chemicals can wait a few days.
  6. als5555

    als5555 Newbie

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    Apr 14, 2005
    if anyone is sick and gets a prescription or antibiotics here is a way to save money. just go to the fish store. although not all antibiotics are sold there, the ones that are come off the same assembly line as the ones you cn get at the pharmacy. our family doctor also happens to be a family friend, and that's what he does. as far as mixing antibiotics with other drugs goes, it jst sounds like a bad idea. antibiotics kill the biotic cultures in your body that can be infected by, and cary the sickness around your body. if you took them recreationally you would have a weaker imune system and be more prone to needing them to get better.
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