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Conjurus

Member Since 25 Oct 2008
Offline Last Active May 02 2011 05:00 PM
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Posts I've Made

In Topic: Prozac Sucks

03 September 2010 - 01:18 AM

Prozac does suck. Coming off of it is hell!

In Topic: Hey, I'm new.

03 September 2010 - 01:17 AM

Welcome to the forum. :)

In Topic: MDMA therapy?

17 September 2009 - 09:26 PM

I think pure MDMA could be very useful for therapy, but getting E off the street is a bad idea unless you have a test kit which will tell you what's in your roll. Also, if it's for therapeutic purposes then don't be using it for a techno party. The best use would be sitting down, talking with someone close about your life. In that scenario, MDMA could be like 20 years of psychotherapy. This may not be useful for someone who only has dp. It's best for those suffering from PTSD.

In Topic: A torch

14 September 2009 - 08:00 PM

I wouldn't advocate weed to anybody, but for me it's done a lot. Since I've been smoking regularly I've become more social and even more productive at work believe it or not. In the past two months my productivity has increased by 10%. It's different once you've been smoking for a while. At first, smoking makes you pretty goofy, but after a while, at least for me, you don't even realize you're high. The only difference between smoking and not smoking for me now is that when I do I'm sociable, less anxious, and less debilitated.

I wish it was like that for me, I could get weed anytime I wanted it. But to me, a weed high feels almost just like DP especially when you get that kind of weed that gives you a 50/50 balance of a "body buzz" and a "head buzz" so it just makes me feel super DP'd the whole time i'm high. :(


Idk man, I'm pretty much out of it right this second. :P

In Topic: A torch

13 September 2009 - 05:21 PM

I wouldn't advocate weed to anybody, but for me it's done a lot. Since I've been smoking regularly I've become more social and even more productive at work believe it or not. In the past two months my productivity has increased by 10%. It's different once you've been smoking for a while. At first, smoking makes you pretty goofy, but after a while, at least for me, you don't even realize you're high. The only difference between smoking and not smoking for me now is that when I do I'm sociable, less anxious, and less debilitated.