Cocaine related allergy

Posted by in Adverse effects, Doctor X files

 

I’m alergic to Sulphar (in some medications) – and, I read a synthesis guide for cocaine I found on Tor and it said it could be made with either sulfuric acid or hydrochloric acid.

I don’t know the difference between base/paste/flake (never heard of paste) however sulfuric acid or hydrochloric acid is only used when its converted from base to paste (what do you snort?)

I don’t die from it immedietly, just a really shitty reaction where I get red and bumpy, and my esophagus ends up closing (enough time to rush to a hospital though).

Can anyone advise?

 

 

Clorhidrate of cocaine is the most common salt for cocaine. Sulphated compounds in cocaine are rare, but possible. The only way to be sure about the composition of a drug is submitting a sample to a Drug Testing Service

 

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