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#193719 - 09/24/07 07:14 PM Residual effects of DXM
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Woke up high. Bug eyed and freaked out.

DXM for the first time yesterday. Half a bottle of Life Cough Suppressant- no Acetemaenteyphene or whatever. But I'm wired after 8 hours sleep after an 8 hour trip.

Is this normal? I called in sick to work but I need to get some homework done lol
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#193723 - 09/24/07 08:22 PM Re: Residual effects of DXM [Re: Yorick]
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I felt pretty rough the day after i took dxm.
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#193728 - 09/24/07 10:42 PM Re: Residual effects of DXM [Re: Err]
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It's completely normal. I've always been very fucked up the next day after doing DXM ; I enjoyed it though, sometimes more than the actual trip.

DXM is one of the drugs I have found that lasts the longer. I've tripped for 3 days straight on DXM polistirex (extended release), though I have to strongly advise you against doing so yourself.
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#193782 - 09/26/07 07:03 AM Re: Residual effects of DXM [Re: Tacosauce]
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Cool. Yeah I'm pretty much back to normal after a few good meals, some rest and nicotine. That was funnnnnn as shit but probably really bad for my brain. Think I'll stay away from that for a while.
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#193792 - 09/26/07 04:03 PM Re: Residual effects of DXM [Re: Yorick]
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Yeah DXM has been linked to Onley's Lesions with repeated use. I doubt you'd see any ill effects other than a hang over like you experienced with infrequent use. However with abuse Onley's Lesions could be a concern.

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#193807 - 09/26/07 11:00 PM Re: Residual effects of DXM [Re: Tacosauce]
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 Originally Posted By: El-Tacos
DXM is one of the drugs I have found that lasts the longer. I've tripped for 3 days straight on DXM polistirex (extended release), though I have to strongly advise ..


"Please remain on topic in my forums. If you wish to discuss the animaniacs the social forum is the place to do it." Mdub


Edited by MWkid18 (09/27/07 04:12 PM)
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#193812 - 09/27/07 01:19 AM Re: Residual effects of DXM [Re: PerryZ]
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 Originally Posted By: PerryZ

"Please remain on topic in my forums. If you wish to discuss the animaniacs the social forum is the place to do it." Mdub


Erm... what about them? What do they have to do with DXM?

Please stick to the topic, perry. If you have nothing to say that relates to the topic, don't say anything at all.


Edited by MWkid18 (09/27/07 04:12 PM)
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#193823 - 09/27/07 08:08 AM Re: Residual effects of DXM [Re: Tacosauce]
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yeah ok thx for the edit i go a little bit outta control sometimes..anyway the only thing that can relate is that DextroMetrphan just is a little bit too hardcore for me. thats it peaca and love.
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#198952 - 04/06/08 11:52 AM Re: Residual effects of DXM [Re: PerryZ]
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UGHHHH.

i feel your pain bro. your body gets shot to shit

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#203085 - 01/17/09 11:34 AM Re: Residual effects of DXM [Re: MasterNooly]
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Hmm this was just over a year ago and I said once a year max... Maybe time for round 2..

Also I must have overlooked a thread just down the list posted by my buddy Cygnus- he said pretty much the exact same thing except he got hostility instead of support and the thread ended with him providing more information, and then no one else responded.

DanseSafe fails!

Sorry, the tiny glimmer of honor left in my heart is forcing me to decry this injustice!

Thread:
Synopsis:

*Cygnus asks same question I ended up asking but he took a higher dose-

Originally Posted By: Panther
I'm guessing you accidently drank a bottle that contained pseudoephedrine as well as DXM. If so, then I would strongly suspect that you are probably too stupid to be using drugs for fun.


Originally Posted By: cygnus2121
No it was equality brand, straight dxm i do research.

*another user asks if it was his first time- anything to compare it to
Originally Posted By: cygnus2121
was my first time

*thread ends.

Wow, a negative assumption about his intelligence, followed by no facts, no assurance and no support...

Sorry to be a bitch but this has me kind of fired up actually.. He was fuckin 16 at the time and that shit was just rude. I realize this was a long time ago but.. it's shameful innit.

w/e
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Looking not back but forward, I bite down...*

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#203086 - 01/17/09 11:37 AM Re: Residual effects of DXM [Re: Yorick]
Yorick Offline
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Like even one comment like ANY of those posted in this thread probably would have made his next couple days significantly better. Where were mods?
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I will not feed your hunger. Instead, I Bite the Pain.
Looking not back but forward, I bite down...*

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#203357 - 02/11/09 09:26 PM Re: Residual effects of DXM [Re: Yorick]
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Catechol / Panther does not represent Dancesafe. I do agree he can be an ass.
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#203798 - 06/08/09 10:38 PM Re: Residual effects of DXM [Re: Tacosauce]
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Perfectly normal, you're nervous system is still recalibrating your NMDA, sigma, and serotonegic systems. DXM gives them a serious run for their money.
Just don't overdo it.
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