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Loperamide for Opioid Withdrawal

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aelephant:

--- Quote from: Illuminatus on April 25, 2012, 09:26:41 AM ---Thanks for the info, but I am not going to worry about getting pancreatitis from using 3 pills once a month (if that). And the FDA are a bunch of cunts anyway.

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Like I said, I'm not trying to scare anyone and I don't think it is something to be scared of.

Agree about the FDA being cunts, did you know they prevent about 5,000 deaths a year but cause at least 20,000 by delaying approval of beneficial medicines?

GoodLookingLoser:
Sorry that I'm late to the party-- you might consider trying this herb called "kanna"

it exhibits the same SSRI effects that Tramadol does, but without the opioid dependency/tolerance. none.
to me- it feels exactly the same

The only problem is finding "good" kanna
hint: you want "rough cut" kanna that not been powdered

tyummk:

--- Quote from: GoodLookingLoser on March 13, 2013, 06:46:43 PM ---Sorry that I'm late to the party-- you might consider trying this herb called "kanna"

it exhibits the same SSRI effects that Tramadol does, but without the opioid dependency/tolerance. none.
to me- it feels exactly the same

The only problem is finding "good" kanna
hint: you want "rough cut" kanna that not been powdered

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How does it compare with phenibut or kratom?

cypher:

--- Quote from: tyummk on March 13, 2013, 06:48:55 PM ---
--- Quote from: GoodLookingLoser on March 13, 2013, 06:46:43 PM ---Sorry that I'm late to the party-- you might consider trying this herb called "kanna"

it exhibits the same SSRI effects that Tramadol does, but without the opioid dependency/tolerance. none.
to me- it feels exactly the same

The only problem is finding "good" kanna
hint: you want "rough cut" kanna that not been powdered

--- End quote ---

How does it compare with phenibut or kratom?

--- End quote ---

Kratom and tramadol feel almost the same.

Bro Bag:
A quick comment on the sitting at the computer for long periods of time thing:

I have a laptop, which I have propped up on a couple old books and reams of printer paper (I got the idea from your posture thread). It's low enough that I can use it sitting down, but high enough to use standing up, which I do quite frequently (about 50% of the time).

I also use it on my bed with my head propped up on pillows to watch films and stuff.

I think if you alter your position (sitting-standing-lying) you may be able to work for longer periods of time without getting uncomfortable. I used to work in a supermarket as a cashier, and I would alternate sitting and standing (and near the end of my stay there balancing on one leg and then the other) in order to prevent both discomfort and boredom.

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