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    Default Any tripme members been on dopress

    As the thread title says.
    Curious to find out other peoples reactions to this drug, I'm on 25mg.
    Only just started taking them and would like a tripme members view on it to coincide with my local drug dealers sight.

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    Is your local drug dealer a doctor?

    Coz this is the stuff right... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dosulepin, mild anti-depression medication, can take a week or so of regular use to kick in and often makes people drowsy. Stimulants and downers, including alcohol, to be avoided.

    Doesn't sound particularly recreational to me.
    I hate people who take drugs.

    Like police, customs, parents...

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    Drugs + TCA's particually those with dopergenic action is dangerous. That includes Marijuana, if your taking antidepressents don't smoke and reseach thoroughly before taking anything. I don't consider any TCA's recreational at all, let alone medicinal really.

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    It's a tricyclic anti-depressant, sometimes it is prescribed offlabel like quetiapine (seroquel) for insomnia as it is quite sedating/makes you drowsy.

    It has no recreational value (if that is what you're asking) and in my experience it also has little theraputic value- the tricyclics are a old form of anti-depressant/anti-psychotic that was developed to replace the earlier major-tranquilizers like Thorazine and Lithium salts. They have since been superceeded by other atypical anti-psychotics like quetiapine, olanzapine and risperidone which tend to have fewer and less severe side-effects than any of the older medications. That said, all anti-psychotics have no recreational value, litte theraputic value and a high instance of adverse reactions/side effects.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frenzal View Post
    Is your local drug dealer a doctor?
    Iah. Indeed he is my doctor

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    Synthetic Cannabis
    Was on it for ages, it's anti-d qualities were kinda shit, but it was good for sedation. Wouldn't think there would be much recreational fun to be had off it.

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