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  1. It appears to be closely related to methysergide (Sansert) another non-haalucingenic LSD derivative, and can cause the similar nasty side effect of fibrosis. Best avoided. I'm concerned that there may be potential for BOL to share this side effect.
  2. Shelley, Take my advice and get off the Pred immediately. The side effects are terrible and it's largely ineffective. It also makes you gain weight.
  3. The Internet works on the principle of occlusion. You bury the 0.01% of useful information (needles) in huge quantities of useless information (haystacks). There is so much information out there, and most of it nonsense that the whole thing in unenforceable. The authorities wouldn't know where to start. And if they did they certainly wouldn't bother with us. The last thing the governments want os for stories like this to benefit from publicity. So don't worry they'll leave us well alone rather than turn us into martyrs
  4. Is S5 planning to try again with this class of treatment?
  5. This Bromo-LSD thing is really interesting
  6. bromo-LSD = 2-bromolysergic acid diethylamide Methysergide (Sansert) = 1-Methyl- d-lysergic acid- (1-hydroxybut- 2-yl) amide They are different substances.
  7. Thanks everyone for the lovely welcome. It's good to be back
  8. Hi Everyone, This is a big step forward in that it makes the treatments easier to access by people who stumble on the CH.com site. Can't remember when I last posted but it was probably over 4 years ago. A lot has happened to me since then. My last episode was a week in summer 2006, prior to that I had was week in April 2003. Nothing since. In both cases in was my own fault for getting complacent and failing to dose, or even get my hands on anything to dose with. Back in 2002 I suffered a serious injury to my neck and upper back resulting in 4 herniated discs in the thoracic and cervical sections of my spine. A bunch of nerves got trapped and I lost some mobility. This severely impacted on my ability to exercise, and my already heavy drinking quickly spiralled out of control. Between 2002 and 2006 I was a full blown alcoholic. My weight ballooned up to 225lbs. Eventually the osteopath managed to mostly sort my back out, and it was time for me to sort my life out. On 2nd July 2006 I quit the booze, and stopped smoking at the same time (although I was never a huge smoker). Over the course of the next couple of years I got myself back into shape, doing a combination of boxing, martial arts, and calisthenics. I'm back down to 175lbs now and look 5 years younger as opposed to 5 years older LOL. I apologise unreservedly for any times I was out of line in the past, truth is it all seems like a bad dream to me now. In LVX Flash
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