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Hello! 

 

I wrote pretty extensively about this drug in a previous thread: 

 

 

its an interesting drug. It helped me immensely and hurt me too in equal proportions. One day I’ll revisit it with a major write up of my experiences over the 8 months I took it.

 

one thing I didn’t mention in my post—if you take it, and after a few days you feel good (I mean really good) then I would discontinue. For a subset of the population it seems to lead to hypomania and burnout similar to GHB.

 

 

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Thank you for your response! on your other post you mentioned something about having semi permanent changes to the brain? can you elaborate on that a little more because that kind of worries me a bit

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