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  1. Adios Andrew. See you in the next one. Have a frosty one waiting for me. Xeno
  2. My girlfriend wants to go with me to Vegas... but not for the conference or casinos - but for the Wedding Chapels!!! I think I will have to miss that conference, too!
  3. The Amazing Oxygen Surprise What We Can Learn From The “Father of the Hydrogen Bomb”… Edward Teller had an interesting tale to tell. A Hungarian-born physicist, he became known as the “Father of the Hydrogen Bomb” for his critical role in developing the H-bomb in 1951. However, when he was 74, he suffered a stroke — and recovered with the help of a pure, pressurized oxygen treatment. Many stroke victims can tell the same tale: they were able to walk again or talk normally again thanks to this amazing treatment. The same treatment benefits a whole range of other diseases including
  4. Guys.... I felt the same... especially being one of the original founders of ClusterBusters.... and I cannot get my hands on BOL. I was having 16 CH's per day 5 months ago.... many at Kip levels heretofore unrecorded. I had mafia hit men begging to kill me for free! Just to put me out of my misery. Kind of like divorce and custody and visitation... maybe a little late for us... but not too late for the kids. If it were not for all of us, the drug would not be in the works. One dose of BOL is about 30 hits of LSD, which even the best Sky Trooper cannot handle without the Bromide modi
  5. Wishing all a Happy Holiday and a pain-free Happy New Year! Xeno
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    I have used anti-anxiety pills with shrooms to help mellow the intensity of the experience, if needed. Clonazepam (Klonopin) and Lorazepam (Ativan) seem to work best and are used regularly in emergency rooms, raves, Burning Man, etc., to treat "overdose" patients who have taken too much and/or have negative reactions to hallucinogens.
  7. It has absolutely nothing to do with headaches. I was just indulging in my adolescent Playboy behavior which has always been a front for my own insecurities. (With surprisingly incredible results!) <g> But, being new & old to the board... trying to spark some life into the old-timers here and introduce myself to the newcomers... in a less offensive manner that the old Board. (I take full responsibility for my comments and actions... then, but might not be able to live up to my claims back then!) First and foremost, I love everybody here. I know the Hell that binds us toge
  8. Tripping is a young man’s sport. But, when you weigh tripping or suicide from 16 CH per day, dosing wins out. Having been a part of the 60’s and 70’s and not recalling much of it all too clearly... trepidation certainly enveloped me like a wet blanket -- obviating all of the typical advance recommended preparations for an “enjoyable trip.” (Music, lighting, snacks, water, wine, naked women, etc.) It turned out all of my trepidations were unfounded. I naturally assumed that after so many years finding my own eddy in the river of life -- where I was comfortable -- there was still a lot
  9. Are you suggesting that I would stoop so low as to tug at women's heart strings with a cute young man taking care of a defenseless hummingbird in the same way that I have used Southern Comfort as a "Panty-Remover?" Never mindÂ… I forgot how well you know me! <g>
  10. I have hundreds of hummingbirds at my house (I live in Mexico) and they are such beautiful birds. So many that they actually land... and you can see all of their beautiful details. Oddly, they have no fear of humans and often land right next to you. It just adds to the beauty of where I live... which is hundreds of miles away from the drug violence.. in the best climate and beauty (in my opinion) in the world... on Mexico's largest lake. (Lake Chapala)
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    Houdy all

    That was an EAST Texas "Houdy" if I ever heard one! Howdy back at you... nice to see you are still alive... and kicking.
  12. Guy rescues baby hummingbird after it was attacked. http://www.wimp.com/babyhummingbird/
  13. I saw the episode and did not think it was an accurate depiction of cluster headaches... and the patient was a real jerk. Here is a recap of the show: http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/250497/house_episode_recap_the_jerk_51507.html I found lots of links stating they stream or offer that episode for download... ("The Jerk" Season 3, Episode 23, 05-15-07) by searching "watch house the jerk"
  14. There is a reason it is recommended to taper off of 'trex before dosing. Lots of people's personal experience and success! My personal experience is that while 'trex may stop a headache in progress, it seems to cause more headaches. I find it hard to believe that the manufacturers are unaware of this "side-effect" when developing and testing thw drug -- especially as 'trex is so similar to psilocybin in molecular structure (and am quite sure they tested that molecular structure as well.) Why market a drug that cures you, when a similar molecular structure, sort of works, but causes you to
  15. I actually gave a presentation of Changes in Latitude and Changes in Altitude at one of the cluster conferences (of course with Jimmy Buffet’s “Changes in Latitude, Changes in Attitude” background music embedded in my PowerPoint presentation!) I thought my move closer to the equator and to 5000 ft above sea-level was a contributing factor to my multi-year remission. I even had a clusterhead or two come and stay – one for a month – and the altitude did not seem to help them radically. (Of course that could be a result of copious amounts of tequila, cerveza and Latina swim-suit models!)
  16. Mushrooms are legal in Mexico. (As are all drugs, for personal use.) Would there be am interest in a low cost treatment center here, with people who are familiar with cluster headaches, understand titrating off of prescription meds and have O2 (as well as all prescription/emergency meds) available? The location is on Lake Chapala, MexicoÂ’s largest lake, 20 minutes from Guadalajara International Airport, which National Geographic claims has the best year-round climate in the world. It is about a 2.5 hour flight from Houston. With regard to emergency meds, Mexico does not have nasal or i
  17. http://www.breitbart.com/print.php?id=CNG.3aaba8b91b0cf13472d553e2fd7a00be.201&show_article=1 First gene link to common migraine Aug 29 03:47 PM US/Eastern Gene detectives on Sunday announced they had found the first inherited link to common types of migraine, a finding that boosts hopes for new drugs to curb this painful and costly disorder. Scientists from 40 medical centres pored over the genetic profiles of more than 50,000 people, comparing those who suffered badly from migraines with others who were otherwise healthy. What came up in the net was a tiny but telltale varian
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    I'm pretty careful about my links... and have not had a virus (on a Windows machine) in 5 - 8 years. I do admit that I am a little overkill on system safety, though. I live in Mexico... and we get all the best software for $10 USD per DVD ($5 USD for CD) ... no matter what it is! Not to mention having the best climate in the world and a 16 women per man ratio. (You have all the men up there, and they left all their women with me!) Aw schucks! Plus, after the Bavarians were here, they showed the Mexicans how to make the best beer in the world. Then, there is that little town in Jalisc
  19. Mexico has legalized all drugs... for personal possession. Additionally, they have a "compassionate exception" clause in their laws... i.e. if you need any "illegal drug" to survive, it is not illegal for you to possess the same. Moot point now with even heroin legal to possess.
  20. Armillaria gallica, the humongous fungus humungus. http://botit.botany.wisc.edu/toms_fungi/apr2002.html A little dated.. but a caring friend sent it to me today. Beautiful pics! No benfit for CH... other than mycological interest.
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    550 LB Marlin goes bezerk! Amaxing photos! http://www.grindtv.com/outdoor/blog/19543/marlin+goes+berserk+attacks+press+boat+during+hawaii+tournament/
  22. After mentioning the molecular structure of indole rings and the commonality with sumatriptan, I find most doctors comprehend the logical link instantly. I also find doctors in foreign countries are much more open to alternative and homeopathic treatments than doctors in the U.S. Â
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    Finding good friends to go fishing with you is the key!
  24. For me, .5 gr is usually enough to abort a low Kip level headache. If it is a higher level or .5 gr does not stop the headache, I usually take another .5 gr for a total of 1 gr. Generally speaking, "recreational" doses (also good preventative doses) are typically 1.5 - 2.5 gr. of dried shrooms, depending on sub-species and potency. Naturally, different people react differently and your own dose amount may vary. I tend to err on the side of caution, rather than the Dark Side of the Moon! Tripping is a young man's sport, and I am not as young as I once thought I was!
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