Posts Tagged "GBL"

Benzodiacepines, antipsychotics and GHB/GBL interactions

Posted on Dec 21, 2017 in Doctor X files, Drug interactions

  My question concerns GBL/GHB and using prescription drugs. I use a (Seroxat or Optibar are the brand names.) SSRI 40mg in the morning and Seroquel 300mg in the evening for mental illnesses. Very randomly I use klonazepam 2mg in the evening to relax. I know this is dodgy, using drugs while using depression/anxiety medication, but this is my situation. The question is, if/when I make GHB from GBL and start using it, does it interfere with SSRI, Seroquel or random benzos? Or do I even make bigger risks with this combination and I shouldn’t use it at all? In any case I will use...

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Ibuprofen and weed interactions. Multiple questions

Posted on Oct 25, 2017 in Doctor X files, Other drug question

  i have few questions: 1. i read that ibuprofen countereacts short memory problems with weed – but when and in what dosage shall it be ingested? day before? during trip? day after? also can you elaborate on what exactly are problems with short term memory when using weed? is it only meaning that anything done during trip will be not remembered? or that you cannot recall recent things? or that during trip and SOME TIME AFTER there will be problems with remembering things? to sum up: what kind of problems are known and when do they occur? 2. is using ibuprofen everyday produce any...

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Multiple questions

Posted on Dec 17, 2016 in Doctor X files, Drug interactions

  i have some questions about some combinations: 1. is it good to use modafinil when using other stimulants (from MDMA to amphetamines)? i use it with depressants (GBL, alcohol) and it works perfectly, but i am not sure if using them with other stimulants does not put too much stress on the brain (i use a lot of antioxidants before, during and after every session with stimultants) 2. i heard that some people use sildenafil/tadalfil to reduce vasoconstriction that some stimulants induce – do you think it is a good idea? also, since alcohol also is a vasodilator would it be good to...

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