Ketamine is just about the most vile and toxic substance you can put into your body next to inhalants and GBL. I have posted an article on here somewhere. Information is just emerging since chronic use is a relatively new phenomenom. I will try to dig up the article. Bottom line is: There is no organ that doesn't get wrecked by chronic exposure to ketamine.Are the ACHs actually pretty toxic? Besides the bladder issues I mean? Ketamine is considered one of the very safest anesthesia agents.
Wise words. I hope you can abstain or at least keep use to a minimum.As great of psychoactive drugs as the arylcyclohexylamines can be, it does seem like they're indeed quite toxic to the point that I've decided it's probably best for me to simply appreciate the experiences I've had with them and move on....
I really absolutely love ephenidine. I found that there was a very fine line between achieving the hypomanic productivity/mood lift/energetic push phase, and the scattered phase. In the scattered phase it was terrible for effecting my speech and making me slur my words for a long time, and IIRC it was hard to find the sweet spot and avoid this. Maybe it was just the case that I had to go through the scattered phase to get to where I wanted to be; I really can't remember now. It's certainly got a far more euphoric push than ketamine, and I'm surprised ephenidine went relatively unnoticed considering its useful and effective anti-depressent & motivational applications. I was incredibly depressed and fatigued at the time and this substance helped me a lot.So a few months ago I bought a lot of ephenidine, and my friends and i have enjoyed it a lot. This month I started taking SSRIs. At first I was hesitant to try it, because of potential serotonin syndrome risk but I decided to be a fucking guinea pig and try it because I'm a dumbass and I don't recommend doing this for your health, but I do have to say that there is an interaction (at least in terms of ephenidine's effects) and it's quite strange. Before I can explain the interaction, I have to explain what a normal experience usually is.
So a normal ephenidine trip for me (before SSRIs) usually goes in two plateaus/phases:
-A Scattered Phase - scattered and unable to remember basic things such as passwords. The scattered phase is usually not a good thing. I will find myself in thought loops.
-Hypomanic Productivity -I'm a pornstar and It certainly inflates my self-esteem. I find myself more inclined to wear clothes that companies have given me to *somewhat* inappropriate situations like my college lectures. My motor control can be unpredictable, sometimes it is perfect, other times it is that of a drunken person.
A third 'plateau' of effects can be reached when I take enough to completely hole.
The following has happened to myself and a friend of mine. It's a state of very little memory, comparable to being blacked out has occurred on multiple occasions on doses above 150mg. Complete detachment from the self and any form of proper judgement you may have had. I have vague memories of massively intense, visuals. It's like ketamine had sex with DMT and I broke through. I do not recommend going this high in dosage for your own safety. I personally never intend to go back here due to black outs. I've only blacked out once before, on MDMA and a small amount of alcohol
So, into the interaction with SSRIs and Ephenidine. I've noticed that the scattered phase almost completely goes away. I'll take 70mg of it orally and then do my homework, clean, shoot porn, etc. My judgement isn't necessarily impaired, and my motor control is entirely functional, I've felt 100% confident driving on it, and being sober at the moment, I don't believe I made a poor decision there except when it comes to legal risk. The effects are somewhat similar to what I would imagine a speedball would feel like. Stimulated, motivated, happy, but also experiencing analgesic effects. I have noticed that my anxiety entirely goes away when on ephenidine. It's kind of magical. Ever since i started taking SSRIs, I feel like it makes me function better as a person. Able to form more cohesive thoughts, remember things much better, and engage socially with less mental barrier.
Overall the effects are honestly amazing, it feels more like medication to me now than a recreational drug, and I really like it. I'm wary of addiction and do take days off, but the benefits are just so crazy to me that it's made me a more functional person.
Never tried ephenidine, but have noticed something like this on other dissociatives. Delays in vision, like it takes a second to catch up with what I'm actually looking at, and sometimes after looking at something for a while, semi-transparent remnants seem 'stained' into my sight for a minute, slowly fading away.one thing I have noticed, anecdotal evidence at best- ephenidine has some strange tax on the eyes. I think it either mild eye damage or some strange form of HPPD. I noticed that after taking it my eyes can kind of hurt. After using it fairly often for a few months, I've noticed that light burns into my eye easier, and looking away creates a more noticeable impression of light that wouldn't normally burn in. For example, If I'm in my bathroom and i weigh myself, the light from the scale will stay in my vision for longer than expected