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  1. Hey Eric I was at Tech for 3 years (2000-2003). Guns UP! Congrats on making it to your senior year and definitely for going 18 months without any disturbance. I really hope you remain PF for the rest of the school year and into the foreseeable future. Good luck with your studies and the senioritis. [smiley=thumbsup.gif]
  2. Thanks Brew and ThatHurts. Your post were very much inline with what I was looking for. [smiley=thumbsup.gif]
  3. I forgot all about the energy shots. I've meant to try those in the past and it has slipped my mind multiple times. I'm going to go buy a couple today when Im out and about and just stash them till the next cycle so I dont forget again. Is there a particular one that you'd recommend or are they all pretty much uniform? Thanks jeeber.
  4. Hey dan I cannot get that link to work. Was it accessed with a phone? I looked up facet blocks on other sites though and it sounds interesting. Any idea how often you'll require treatments to remain pain free? Keep us posted with your hopefully positive experience on this.
  5. Thank you I appreciate your responses. I've heard of others success with energy drinks but have not ever tried them. At work when I'd get in a pinch I'd chug 2 or three cokes or some coffee. It wasn't very effective for me and I do not like the way stimulants make me feel, I'm pretty sensitive to caffeine I think. I get all and don't like it. A little under a month ago I got my first O2 tank. I was able to try it at the end of my last cycle. I haven't had the opportunity to use it during a full blown attack yet but it has incredible potential so far. It'd be a bit cumbersome toting that
  6. Hey there. I am curious how you go about maintaining your job/career (especially the 9 to 5) during cycles? I've been having episodic attacks for 14 years now and have had to resign from three jobs in the past because of CH. I've not really had to maintain a real (one that I'd like to stick with for years) job yet because I was focusing on my education. The headaches reeked havoc on my education throughout college though and I'm really worried that I can expect more of the same if and when I obtain a good job. Especially since the CHs seem to be getting worse and more frequent with age. I just
  7. Is this it? http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ciencia/ciencia_thirdeye.htm If not, do you know where I can find it?
  8. Yep! Nice connection and thanks for the links. Im currently reading "DMT: The Spirit Molecule" by Dr. Rick Strassman. It is a fascinating book. The pineal gland is discussed at length in the book. I highly recommend it... and not only because the study was conducted at my Alma Mater. I suspect that DMT may be found to be a highly effective treatment for CHs due to the fact that the body already naturally produces it and that the psychedelic effects dont typically last as long other hallucinogens (15m to 2hrs as opposed to 4+ hrs, depending on how it is administered: ayahuasca is a different
  9. ohhhh man that is a great concept for a future work. I can definitely see it from your point of view. I see the optic nerves and the whatnot as well as a lens and retina. Ive gotten a couple of different interpretations of it but that is the best so far. There is actually a tiny eye in the very center of the picture intended to be the "third eye". So there is indeed eye. You should continue to interpret it as you see fit though. [smiley=thumbup.gif]
  10. Tingeling: you notice numbness from imitrex, or just in general? Cassidy: So you can predict your cycle by an increasing numbness? That is the first ive heard of that. I too am an ECH with about 3 to 4 cycles a year. I can predict my cycles by a tightening in my jaw and back of my neck and a generalized increase in pressure in my noggin. Yep, this is truly a strange and mysterious condition. Im glad you have found relief in hallucinogens, as have I. They are a godsend.
  11. I've never noticed a difference in urine. I definitely do not sweat when I should be though. I also get frequent body temp changes. I too am a predominately right side sufferer, however i remain clear until the attack, then during the attack I flood out. Cassidy are you taking Imitrex(sumatripan)? Whenever I take the stuff I get the strange numbness/tingling that you are talking about. Well, I get it regardless when the CH starts to subside (endorphins maybe?) but it is definitely much more noticeable after taking an Imitrex.
  12. Wow thank you all for the welcome and the kind words about the art! I can definitely feel the love. Alleyoop: Nope, geocentric isn't CH inspired. :-/ Ive only got one that is right now and unfortunately it is stuck on paper for the time being. I'll work on that.
  13. I've had good results with the Treasure Coast strain. The fruits aren't huge, but it colonizes rather quickly and flushes(4+) for what seems like forever. Not to mention the albinos are beautiful. [smiley=thumbup.gif]
  14. Greetings all. I found this site some time back in a desperate attempt to figure out how to end excruciating pain and immeasurable suffering that numerous doctors could not offer aid for. I have tried Verapamil, Sumatripan, Percocet, oxygen, vigorous/violent exercise, diet changes, ect ect. Many of which only offered temporary relief if that. It was from clusterbusters that I discovered just how helpful the psylocybin molecule can be in regards to this condition and began to research the possibilities. I am now familiar with the possibilities that the Indole Ring structure offers for not only
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