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  1. Martin Fierro at |

    the truth about kava. Kava causes numbness. it numbs your muscles and nothing more. You would have to drink gallons of the stuff to make you start loosing feeling. Kava does not cause hallucinations, or euphoria. So a heads up to all you recreational drug abusers: Don’t waste your money (its Farley cheap). It does cause a sense of relaxation, again do to numbness. like all things problems arise from excess consumption. In Tonga a kava circle is called a Faikava. At the Faikava people drink lots of kava and never get inebriated.

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  2. Colbjourn at |

    Diphenhydramine is absolutely awful. Took 24 Benadryl more than once in my younger days and it’s like a waking nightmare, I wouldn’t recommend it to my worst enemy.

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  3. Codiekitty at |

    No Mucinex? Man, the only time I ever took that stuff, all it did was make me high as a kite.

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  4. toad3527 at |

    the last comment regarding Kratom is not accurate. It was not banned because of abuse of the plant. it was banned cause it competed with opium. The Government didn’t want that.

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  5. jason stone at |

    while nasal spray could be addictive..i’ve been a Vick’s nasal spray user for all of my adult life..i use it only when i get nasal congestion and only for sleeping at night..i’ve taken it as long as needed until my nose cleared up and then i stopped..i never had a problem with feeling like i needed it unless i had a sinus infection or something similar..i’m not doubting that it could be..but i’ve never had a problem using it as intended, even for longer than a few days as directed not to, and being able to stop with no problems at all.

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  6. Johnny at |

    Dimenhydrinate is just a combination of diphenhydramine and 8-Chlorotheophylline, which is in the same chemical-family as caffeine. On that note, doxylamine is very similar to diphenhydramine as well, as they both share similar effects due to their similar structure (with doxylamine being the stronger of the two). Also, Oxymetazoline is not addictive, and is has stimulant-like properties, not hallucinogenic properties. Lastly, I don’t know why pseudoephedrine and levomethamphetamine (found in Vick’s Inhalers), as they are significantly easier to get than diethyl ether.

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  7. Ehab at |

    I need to find a over the counter drug that is a good substitute for cannabis because cannabis is illegal in most parts of the world.

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  8. JAson brown at |

    Get some posin ivy and spry it down with rouch spay and shove it way up your butthole and you will trip

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  9. darvon30 at |

    why does almost everyone ive seen on any forum bash every drug no matter what it is? ive seen people bash oxygen!! sometimes in life some people need these things cause “they” think it will help. the only thing that sets aside a prescription drug from an over the counter drug is mostly a good feeling or high. hemp is 100% legal where ever i go, however marijuana isnt because of the buzz. if marijuana had never become illegal who knows what we would have for meds. or if wed even have pharma at all. thanks britain.

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  10. coty at |

    marijiuana cures everything lol screw pills guys! smoke weed even with a head ache or stomach ache from hell dont say im wrong till you try it lol weed would cure the world brooo’s!

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    1. eric at |

      Ight the next time you get a toothache, let’s see what good weed does…. Good luck 😉 just saying it doesn’t cure everything and I’m a user I’d rather have weed then asthma inhalers mainly because they are giving me heart problems
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      So I don’t bash weed but I’ll agree we need weed and much more!

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  11. Peanut Jelly at |

    Your information on Kratom is wrong. It is only addictive if you use it in large daily quantities for years at a time. And if you do become addicted, the effects for kicking it are mild and short. And it was NOT banned for abuse. It was banned because it caused a HUGE cut in the tax revenue from opium distribution. The Thailand board of Narcotics actually WANT it legal as they say it is not a problem, doesn’t cause abuse and adverse effects and was only made illegal for economic reasons. That’s the country’s own drug board saying that. Quit making stuff up, please.

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  12. Salty Pepper at |

    these guys obviously aren’t smoking good weed

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  13. hinx at |

    THE ONLY REASON IM ON THIS SITE IS TO FIGURE OUT WHY THE 50MG TRAMADOL I WAS PRESCRIBED AFTER MY DENTAL SURGERY GOT ME SO DIZZY AND MADE ME SICK BEFORE I COULD REACH THE TOILET SEAT. DONT TAKE THIS STUFF. IT’S NASTY AND I SO PISCES I WAS PRESCRIBED A DOSE THAT MADE ME FEEL LIKE I WAS GOING TO DIE. THIS STUFF IS NOT A JOKE. IF YOU ARE ABUSING THIS MEDICINE YOU NEED TO REEVALUATE YOUR LIFE CHOICES. PLEASE RESPECT YOURSELF. RESPECT YOUR BODIES. PEACE.

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  14. Sojourn at |

    Look, I hate to nitpick, but I have medicinal marijuana for pain management and severe PTSD. When I briefly lived in a state that does not recognize my medicine as medicine, I was talked into buying very strong, very expensive Kratom. “Higher than marijuana”? You’ve got to be KIDDING ME; it does NOTHING for pain management, and it’s a STIMULANT! Come on, guys! Wikipedia isn’t THAT hard to use! D:

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  15. Peter at |

    What a pathetically inaccurate article. Painful to read.

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  16. Jane D. at |

    lol don’t smoke weed. and don’t trust what you hear on the internet. wow paradox created. 😉

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