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{{Warning/Alcohol}}

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Alcohol is among the most used drugs

"There is no safe amount that does not affect health" (World Health Organization 2023).[1] Also, the WHO organization International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) lists ethanol as a Group 1 carcinogen in humans.[2] Alcohol is the most harmful drug overall, and the only drug more harmful to others than to users (2010 DrugScience study).[3] The therapeutic index for ethanol is only 10%.[4]

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2C-P is very difficult to dose properly.

Due to its unusually slow onset, long duration, and steep dose-response curve, it is strongly discouraged to re-dose 2C-P earlier than every 3 hours to a total of 2 milligrams above a previously evaluated dose. Also, even for experienced trippers, it is advised to not go above a common dose for the first time (see dosage table) per 70 kg body weight, as the session will last for several times longer compared to most psychedelics. Please see this section for more details.

{{Warning/2C-T-7}}

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Serious injury or death may occur if 2C-T-7 is insufflated or combined with certain substances and medications (e.g. MAOIs or RIMAs)[5][6][7]

It is strongly discouraged to insufflate (snort), eyeball, administer non-orally, or combine this substance with certain other substances. Please see this section for more details.

{{Warning/3-HO-PCE}}

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The toxicity and risks of 3-HO-PCE are as of this time totally unknown and there is evidence to suggest that it may be significantly more dangerous to use than any previous member of the arylcyclohexylamine class.

It should be noted that this substance has been speculated to come with the unique risk of fatal respiratory overdose due to its combination of potent opioid and dissociative effects. Until more is learned about this substance, users are advised to approach this substance with extreme caution, if not avoid it entirely, due to the unpredictable dangers that may come with its use.

{{Warning/3-MeO-PCE}}

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3-MeO-PCE may have a higher risk of causing mania, delusions, and psychosis than other dissociatives.

It is strongly discouraged to take this substance in high dosages, for multiple days in a row, or in combination with other substances known to increase the risk of psychosis. Please see this section for more details.

{{Warning/3-MeO-PCP}}

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3-MeO-PCP may be more likely to cause mania, delusions, and psychosis than other dissociatives.[8][9][10]

It is strongly discouraged to take this substance in high dosages, for multiple days in a row, or in combination with other substances that increase the risk of psychosis. Please see this section for more details.

{{Warning/5-MeO-DMT}}

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WARNING: 5-MeO-DMT is not a valid substitute for DMT.

Despite what their names might suggest, 5-MeO-DMT and DMT have distinct effects and risk profiles and should be regarded as completely separate entities. Please see this this section for more information.

{{Warning/Acetylfentanyl}}

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Death may occur when Acetylfentanyl is combined with depressants such as opiates, benzodiazepines, barbiturates, gabapentinoids, thienodiazepines or other GABAergic substances.[11]

It is strongly discouraged to combine either heavy or moderate dosages of these substances together.

{{Warning/Amanita muscaria}}

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It is important to heat fly agaric before consumption.

Please read Fly agaric: Ibotenic acid decarboxylation to muscimol to learn how to convert the relatively neurotoxic compound (speculated to be a stimulant[12][13]) ibotenic acid to muscimol.

Also, novel edibles "Amanita Mushroom Gummies" contain a substantial amount of ibotenic acid along with muscimol and muscarine. Given the toxicity of ibotenic acid, the consumption of those preparations even in small doses should be avoided![14]

{{Warning/Barbiturates}}

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Death may occur when barbiturates are combined with depressants such as opiates, benzodiazepines, gabapentinoids, thienodiazepines, alcohol or other GABAergic substances.[11]

It is strongly discouraged to consume moderate to heavy dosages of these substances together.

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Belladonna is known to cause dangerous and extremely unpleasant experiences.

Please use responsible use practices when trying this drug and always have a trip sitter.

{{Warning/BHO}}

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Do not perform this procedure indoors.

Due to the explosive nature of the solvents involved, attempting this procedure in underventilated areas (e.g. such as a small apartment room or basement) can result in serious injury, death or the destruction of property.

{{Warning/Black tar heroin}}

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Black tar heroin is dangerous to inject

It's not practical to make black tar heroin sterile, for example, by heating a solution with a lighter for a few minutes. Black tar heroin injection is associated with Clostridium botulinum infection.

{{Warning/Cannabis}}

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Cannabis is common, and its tolerance is moderate, so intoxication can occur frequently. Frequent use of cannabis with more than 10% THC increased the risk of developing a psychotic disorder. 5% THC provides pain relief as well as intoxication.[15] We recommend you to dilute your cannabis product (see below).

Analysis of data from 901 patients showed that the use of high-potency cannabis (THC content ≥10%) was associated with a modestly increased risk of developing a psychotic disorder compared to never using cannabis.[16]

Street cannabis has an average THC content of 12%,[17] and medical cannabis products have more than 10% THC.[15] We recommend you to weigh and dilute cannabis buds, and hashish, with 3 times more, and 10 times more hemp respectively. Avoid mixing with tobacco to avoid nicotine: Stimulants should be used with caution in combination with [quasi-]psychedelics including cannabis.

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Cocoa is yummy! However, some cocoa strains have high caffeine content, and stimulants combined with psychedelics should be used with caution.

The Forastero strain contains virtually no caffeine, while the Criollo contains a lot of caffeine.

To make chocolate, it's safer to mix cocoa solids with specified strain and white chocolate, or just using white chocolate, rather than using baking chocolate without any strain declared in the ingredients.

{{Warning/Desoxypipradrol}}

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Desoxypipradrol may lead to states of psychosis, mania and addiction at a significantly higher rate than other stimulants.

Due to its unusually long half-life and extreme potency, it is strongly discouraged to abuse this substance in high doses, multiple days in a row, or in combination with other substances known to increase the risk of psychosis. Please see this section for more details.

{{Warning/Ephylone}}

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Ephylone has been linked to numerous overdoses and deaths.

It is strongly discouraged to use this substance in high doses, multiple times in a row, or in combination with other substances known to increase the risk of psychosis or serotonin syndrome. Please see this section for more details.

{{Warning/Fentanyl}}

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This substance is extraordinarily potent (i.e. active in the microgram range). For this reason, it should be handled with extreme care and never be eyeballed. Fentanyl can also be fatal when combined with depressants such as opiates, benzodiazepines, barbiturates, gabapentinoids, thienodiazepines or other GABAergic substances.[11]

It is strongly encouraged to wear gloves while handling, use volumetric dosing combined with a milligram scale, and to not consume either moderate or heavy dosages of other depressants in combination with this drug.

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Hyoscyamus niger is known to cause dangerous and extremely unpleasant experiences.

Please use responsible use practices when trying this drug and always have a trip sitter.

{{Warning/Ibogaine}}

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Ibogaine can cause life-threatening heart complications.[18]

It is strongly discouraged to use this substance in high doses or for multiple days in a row. Additionally, a trip sitter with proper medical training and equipment must be present. Please see this section for more details.

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Always check if your MAOIs also inhibit other substances. Most MAOIs are also cytochrome P450 inhibitors and some are also acetylcholinesterase inhibitors (AChEIs)

Substances that inhibits the cytochrome P450 system’s ability to metabolize certain drugs, leading to an overall increase in processing times.

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Mandrakes are very poisonous and known to cause dangerous and extremely unpleasant experiences.

Please use responsible use practices when trying this drug and always have a trip sitter.

{{Warning/MDMA-Pills}}

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Do not trust underground brand names, they are easily falsified

The previously good reputation of 'Mistubishi's' amongst ecstasy-users has been dealt a blow with the discovery of deadly batches (PMA has been found in White Mitsubishi,[19] PMMA has been found in Red Mitsubishi[20])

{{Warning/MDPV}}

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MDPV may cause psychosis, mania and addiction at a significantly higher rate than other stimulants.

Due to its unusually long duration, extreme potency, and compulsive nature, it is strongly discouraged to abuse this substance in high doses, multiple days in a row, or in combination with other drugs known to increase the risk of psychosis. Please see this section for more details.

{{Warning/Mushroom hunting}}

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Hunting psychoactive mushrooms in nature can be very dangerous.

Caution is advised because poisonous or deadly mushrooms can easily be mistaken for edible ones.

{{Warning/Morning glory}}

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Commercial seeds are often treated with fungicides

It is important to note that each seed is treated with fungicides and other toxic substances, which can further exacerbate the toxicity levels.[21]

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Please recycle empty whipped cream containers.

Whipped-cream chargers dumped in nature.

{{Warning/PCE}}

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PCE may cause psychosis and mania at a significantly higher rate than other dissociatives.[22][23]

It is strongly discouraged to use this substance in high doses or multiple days in a row. Please see this section for more details.

{{Warning/PCP}}

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PCP may cause psychosis and mania at a significantly higher rate than other dissociatives.[24][25]

It is strongly discouraged to use this substance in high doses or multiple days in a row. Please see this section for more details.

{{Warning/PhenibutOD}}

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Death may potentially occur when phenibut is combined with depressants such as opiates, benzodiazepines, barbiturates, gabapentinoids, thienodiazepines or other GABAergic substances.[11]

It is strongly discouraged to consume moderate to heavy dosages of these substances together.

{{Warning/PMA}}

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PMA can cause life-threatening side effects (such as hyperthermia and serotonin syndrome) even at moderate doses.

As a result, using this substance is strongly discouraged. It is also advised to always test your MDMA for the presence of PMA using a reagent testing kit as it is a common adulterant. Please see this section for more details.

{{Warning/PMMA}}

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PMMA can cause serious side effects even at moderate doses, such as hyperthermia and serotonin syndrome, which can easily result in death or hospitalization.

As a result, it is strongly discouraged to use this substance. Please see this section for more details.

{{Warning/Sufentanil}}

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Sufentanil is extraordinarily potent (i.e. active in the micrograms), to the point that the pure powder can result in a fatal overdose if spilled on one's skin. For this reason, it should never be eyeballed.

Sufentanil can also be fatal when combined with depressants such as opiates, benzodiazepines, barbiturates, gabapentinoids, thienodiazepines or other GABAergic substances.[11]

It is strongly encouraged to wear gloves while handling, use volumetric dosing combined with a milligram scale, and to not consume either moderate or heavy dosages of other depressants in combination with this drug.

{{Warning/Tizanidine}}

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Tizanidine can induce dangerously low blood pressures when used in excessive doses [26] [27]

Care should be taken when taking high doses of tizanidine, even with an established tolerance. Users taking hallucinogenic doses should have a hypertensive agent available[28] or a supervisor present. Exercise extreme caution when attempting hallucinogenic doses.

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Please avoid harvesting peyote in its natural habitat.

Peyote populations are rapidly declining in nature due to over-harvesting by non-indigenous peoples. As a result, it is currently a threatened species.[29][30] Those who wish to consume peyote are encouraged to grow their own or use alternative mescaline-containing cactus species such as San Pedro or Peruvian Torch.

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