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1P-LSD

The differences between 1P-LSD and LSD

1. Propanoyllysergic acid diethylamide (1P-LSD) was introduced as an uncontrolled alternative to LSD just a few years ago. While evidence is emerging from animal and in vitro studies that 1P LSD could serve as a predrug to LSD but a similar assessment in humans isn’t available. Self-administrations controlled by intravenous and oral administration of 100 mg 1P-LSD-hemitartrate …

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A Summary of Numerous Benzodiazepines - Medicine

A Summary of Numerous Benzodiazepines

There are many different ways regarding benzodiazepines. I personally see great use and benefits in them, even though it’s not right to talk about them without acknowledging their addictive and recreational potential. In fact, they’re very beneficial, but they are also enjoyable, as well as very destructive.
Some compounds don’t technically conform to the typical benzodiazepine structure they could be described as thienodiazepines, or the like. They share a similar mechanism for action, however, will require me to put them in the category of benzodiazepines. For shorthand, I will refer to them in this way.

Everything about Valium (Diazepam) - Diazepam

Everything about Valium (Diazepam)

Valium (diazepam) is a fast-acting and long-lasting benzodiazepine that is often prescribed to treat anxiety disorders. Since being approved by the FDA in 1963, Valium has been prescribed for a range of medical conditions including muscle spasms, seizure disorders, restless leg syndrome, insomnia, and symptoms of alcohol withdrawal.

IPPH & AD(H)D - Attention

IPPH & AD(H)D

Recently I’ve been giving people around me who suffer from AD(H)D small quantities of IPPH. (Isopropylphenidate). Read the results here.

What is GABA? - Brain

What is GABA?

When reading about alcohol or benzodiazepines (benzos) you often come across the term GABA. In this article, we’ll explain what exactly GABA is.

What Is Clonazolam? - Clonazolam

What Is Clonazolam?

Clonazolam is a drug of the benzodiazepine class. Benzodiazepine medicines have a benzene ring fused to a diazepine ring, which is a seven membered ring with the two nitrogen constituents located at R1 as well as R4. The benzyl ring of clonazolam is replaced at R8 with a nitro group, NO2-. Additionally, the diazepine ring is bound at R6 to a 2-chlorinated phenyl ring.

K-Hole and the Effects of Ketamine - Rabbit

K-Hole and the Effects of Ketamine

“Falling into a k-hole” is slang for how it feels when you take a high enough dose of ketamine that your consciousness of the world about you and your control over your own body become profoundly impaired that you’re temporarily unable to interact with others–or even the world around you.

A List Of Benzodiazepines From Weakest to Strongest - Patient

A List Of Benzodiazepines From Weakest to Strongest

There is a long list of benzodiazepine drugs out there, but all of them have the potential for negative effects when using too long at a time. When determining a benzodiazepine’s strength, there are two aspects to consider: the drug’s potency and its half-life. A half-life measures how long a drug takes to break down and exit the body. Low-potency benzos with a long half-life are weaker than high-potency benzos with a short half-life.

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