Category Archives: Drugs

Recreational drugs, and user experiences.

The Backwards Journey

By | October 23, 2018

Recently my friend Tim Jordan wrote on Facebook about his friend Joe. According to Tim, Joe was an unmedicated paranoid schizophrenic, the type who ends up so deep within the thralls of their mental illness, they forego their medication, they believe everyone is out to get them – except for Tim in Joe’s case. The… Read More »

Song Rundown – China Girl, by Iggy Pop/David Bowie

By | January 15, 2016

This is my first article in some time, and it comes in the days after David Bowie’s untimely and very unfortunate death from terminal cancer. As I have been oversaturating myself with David Bowie music, I’ve been taking particular notice of the lyrics to the song China Girl. When I first heard this song several… Read More »

10 Days on Diclofensine, A Brief Rundown

By | January 9, 2011

Quite a while back I purchashed a 1 gram sample of Diclofensine (not to be confused with Diclofenac, which is an entirely different drug all together) – an SNDRI (triple reuptake inhibitor) stimulant/antidepressant. I wrote a 10 day report on my use of the drug, and entirely forgot about it, until I stumbled across it.… Read More »

A Thousand Pills.

By | November 20, 2010

A thousand pills and counting. seeking sanctuary of an altered reality time moves slowly, chemical reactions create a new life reality is out of grasp silent creeping sobriety sets in despise everything you’ve let yourself become A chemical distraction, fade into darkness spare yourself from light. the light that burns like a raging fire. reality… Read More »

Fun With Promethazine

By | January 24, 2010

Yesterday, sporting a niggling hangover that just wouldn’t go away, I started looking for something to take which would dull the hangover or replace the feeling of it with a different feeling all together. I had been reading about how promethazine was not only an antihistamine, but also a central nervous system depressant, which can… Read More »

Death and the universe.

By | October 24, 2009

Lately I have been doing a lot of thinking about death, and dying, and how the universe actually functions. Of course no one knows this, and some people turn to religion to satisfy their fear of dying, that there is an afterlife in heaven, and there they can live on after death and even be… Read More »