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Re: CBD and THC and My Experimentation...comments?

Posted by undopaminergic on December 2, 2019, at 12:10:53

In reply to Re: CBD and THC and My Experimentation...comments?, posted by linkadge on November 30, 2019, at 17:09:39

> THC gets a bad rap, but (in reality) most medical cannabis users are using higher THC strains (pain relief, appetite stimulation, sedation) are all effects of THC.

I'm totally drug-naive when it comes to cannabinoids. That is, I've never tried.

I was very skeptical to opioids for the longest time. I saw them as sedatives-hypnotics, albeit perhaps useful if you have pain or insomnia. Strangely I got a morphine high (that I've been unable to reproduce) from a combination of codeine cough syrup and another cough syrup containing dextromethorphan and salbutamol. In this state, I felt totally satisfied, comfortable, free from all aversive sensations and feelings, and perhaps most remarkably, I felt relaxed (muscularly) for the first time in my life. I wouldn't say it was downright euphoria, but more like feeling comfortable, the way perhaps a healthy person would feel when they have no worries on their mind. I was immediately convinced that opies were a good thing, and I wanted to try again. That borders on psychological addiction -- from a single high, and a mild one at that!

I am likewise skeptical of cannabinoids. You say "pain relief, appetite stimulation, sedation". The first is always a good thing, but I fortunately don't need it. The second and third are "contraindications" in my view. I've also read they impair working memory. It's even worse than what I "knew" about opies before I tried them. But maybe I'm just prejudiced, so what should I realistically expect? What's in it for me?

A little side-note on benzodiazepines. I have experience with several of them, including midazolam, oxazepam, clonazepam, and temazepam. I have experience with an extreme dose of clonazepam -- over 90 x 2 mg tablets. Still, I fail to see what's so great about them. Yes, midazolam (Dormicum) will help you sleep, but that sleep is next to worthless, due to its low quality. For once-in-a-while usage, I would rather use an opie, although I have read good things about GHB for this purpose.

With stimulants, I was convinced they were great even before trying. They turned out in some ways not as great as I imagined, but nevertheless they are the most useful drugs I know and suit my lifestyle and preferences and even eradicate my worst symptom, apathy. At times, I've been a total stimulant fiend, staying awake for days on end.





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