Posted by jerrympls on February 20, 2005, at 2:29:35
In reply to Re: opiates, my cure for depression, posted by SadDoggie on February 20, 2005, at 1:51:33
> Everyone knows the euphoria or "well-being" from opiates runs out after awhile and you have to keep raising the dose. So how are you achieving this sustained well-being? If you really wanted to achieve this the only way might be by trying an nmda antagonist like memantine or amantadine with it.
> > I'm just letting you all know that 2 months ago, for the first time in my life I can find relief from my life destroying depression and anxiety. I have been on paxil and then cymbalta, both I hated, while cymbalta made me even more suicidal. two months ago, a friend have 200 caps of hydro codiene. I have been take 3 or 4 per day and I feel wonderful, I am more productive, I love talking to people now, and I love life. Unfortunately I'm going run out, and in desperation I have order perduretas, from europe, which have 30mg of codiene in them. I pray they arrive and not get stolen by customs. Anyways, if you want to buy opieates theres many places online, search perduretas on google and you will find them, and then research on drugbuyers.com to see if they are legitimate.
I have been prescribed opiates for my treatment-resistant depression by my psychiatrist. I've been on various treatments for 13 years. Finally, after showing him research and after HIM doing his own research, he said ok. I don't feel a high when I take them - I just feel normal - not depressed. They're not a miracle cure by any means - I still have a chronic low-grade depression that I'm working on through therapy. I also still have good days and bad days - I'm not always happy. I count my blessings that I have a doctor willing to try this. So far, I am feeling great - not many major downs.
I have been posting my progress with this treatment under the title "The Opiate Trials." I'll post in another couple weeks unless someone asks for more info.