Posts Tagged "anxiety"

Psychedelics cross tolerance

Posted on Nov 4, 2017 in Doctor X files, Pharmacological tolerance

  I’m on the medication for depression and anxiety, which certain psychedelic drugs seem to help a little bit. I’m not on antipsychotics for anything like bipolar disorder or schizophrenia so, correct me if I’m wrong, but I feel like it is safe for me to use psychedelics.I have one more question. On the part about counteracting the effects of the medication by increasing psychedelic dosage, is this safe to do with DMT? Also, is there any cross tolerance between 2C-X, NBOMe series, and DMT?     Increasing the dosage of DMT could increase the risk of bad...

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Anxiety induced by synthetic cannabinoids

Posted on Oct 28, 2017 in Adverse effects, Doctor X files

  About 9 months ago I smoked some synthetic cannabis and had a really horrible time, about 5mins in my vision started to go all cartoony like on a psychedelic then that subsided quickly and a buzzing started in my head, a tiny bit similar to real cannabis, but it kept getting stronger and stronger until it felt like someone was shaking my brain from side to side really violently my vision was also shaking really strongly side to side. When I closed my eyes there were fairly weak CEV’S, I started to panic and was very close to going to the hospital but I just held back ,I...

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Cannabis, oxycodone and mental health

Posted on Nov 10, 2016 in Doctor X files, Mental health

  I’m concerned about how certain drugs could have a long term effect on my psychological state. I’ve been a heavy pot user for about a year now, just quiting two weeks ago. I’ve tried LSD twice, and I’ve been on and off vicodin for about two months. For some time now, I’ve been struggling with really strange mental problems, which are difficult to describe but I’ll put it like this: they feels like anxiety attacks, but I have no idea what I’m anxious about. I can tell myself over and over that everything is fine and nothing is wrong, but I...

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