Opiates make me empathetic and loving. Interesting they make you psychopathic. I feel like opiates activate my emotions. Not as intensely as MDMA, but in a much more functional "natural" feeling way. I won't tell random people I love them, but I'll feel closer to people I know, I'll express emotions that don't come to the surface usually.How do opiates affect you? I think they make me kind of psychopathic personally, but are also euphoric/fun.
My perspective on that, which touches on a couple sensitive points in the community:I've read a few reports of parents Healing their child of autism by following a strict protocol of mercury chelation. Mercury is present in dental amalgalm, vaccine, cfl bulbs, and fish. Some people are more sensitive to mercury, their body is keeping most of it. Also, during pregnancy, mercury moves from the mother to the fœtus.
Several cases of autism would be in fact mercury intoxication. A slow mercury intoxication won't show in traditionnal blood or piss tests. You have to get hair-tests, and usually they'll be negative to mercury, but there will be an imbalance in other minerals.
Bleach is not a safe way to chelate mercury. DMSA, DMPS and ALA are the only safe chelators for mercury, if used following a specific protocol of multiple oral doses following half-life. IV chelation is dangerous.My perspective on that, which touches on a couple sensitive points in the community:
Autism has a genetic basis, which informs neurological development and functionality. The neurology drives behaviors. I know there are parents who report "curing" autism, but what they usually mean is that therapy made some unwelcome autistic behaviors disappear. If a deaf person learns to lip-read, are they still deaf or are they "cured"?
There's a lot of snake oil "cure" being peddled. Feeding kids bleach as chelation therapy is the latest. It's also child abuse.
I have seen papers supporting the idea that some people's brains are worse at waste management of various things -- including mercury -- than others. I could see how those brains might be adversely impacted by things that don't appreciably affect other people, but at this point the conversations I've seen have devolved into shouting back and forth about vaccines, antivaxxers, and herd immunity.
Yeah it really depends a lot on the strain, how much you take, and the ROA. More than most other drugs, ROA obviously has a huge effect on weed, which is why edibles can fuck you right up even if you smoke joints every day.Sounds I don't make myself can definitely be annoying, this has become less bothersome with age and weed, or the fact I have a constant beep in my ears now, but lately misophonia has been bothering me again in my depression. Weed is kinda funny in that it has dualistic effects, on the one hand it can intensify your emotions and make you more anxious and focus on pains or annoyances, on the other hand it can make you simply not care about a thing. It's the same regarding creativity I guess, it absolutely hampers mine because of my abuse, it's become an ehh fuck it all drug, no motivation and having a shoddy short term/working memory isn't exactly advantageous to the creative process.
Definitely need to care more about this than I currently do haha, my current pair of headphones can go really loud without any distortion. Excellent headphones but I need to use them responsibly. I should just smoke more weed instead.Watch out with the headphones btw, lol, if sounds bother you don't get tinnitus, apparently pretty common ailment amongst the spectrum.
You worded this perfectly imo. They do exactly that.Perhaps that's where drugs come in handy, to connect the dots.
Yeah I'm not a fan of the potent sativas either. I had Sour Diesel before which was very potent but just had me pranged out. Most of the stuff in the UK at least is hybrids now which is good, it used to all be just strong sativa of no specific strain, it was all just called "skunk", then it was "ammy and cheese" which was more of the same really, nowadays there's a choice of strains and I can always tell the difference. A lot more laid back weed going around now, a real positive step for sure.Sativas -- some of them generate an unpleasant headspace, raise anxiety, etc. Example, I can't stand Durban Poison. No thank you. Others seem fine. But generally I prefer hybrids, then indicas, then sativas, and look to relax, stretch--
Actually, that's a thing. I really enjoy stretching on certain strains. I will sit there and feel the muscles in my back especially, but also in my shoulders, and move around firing various muscles off and stretching them, adjusting alignments, and I'll do that for a long time. A good session has me a bit sore the next day. It seems like a proprioceptive thing.
Same here. Adding benzos to the mix makes me kinda "psychopathic" I guess you could say, but opiates on their own are definitely loving and empathetic vibes for me.