Pink The Lungs

Okay, that's enough for me. I feel like hell. Constantly tired, now headachy for days, crazy sore throat. My chest feels like death. I choke if I try to breathe deeply, or if I exhale too long. My coughing is pathetic. There is some whooping in there. I'm not even feeling the effects of the plant, anymore. I develop tolerance quickly to new strains, so that the first two smoking sessions are incredible, but it quickly goes to smoking half a bowl and promptly getting knocked out for hours, just to wake up feeling like this. What a waste of product, money, time. This is not what I wanted. Smoking was never the way I wanted to intake this stuff on a frequent basis. It's just the easiest and quickest way to do it. But, screw this, I feel all gross this Saturday morning, when I should be feeling well-rested, relaxed, and happy to enjoy the weekend after a great week at work. At this time, I'd normally be out and about, taking myself for an enjoyable breakfast and walking around. I'm going to let my body recoup from the effects of smoking, consider investing in a vaporizer, and in the meantime, instead maybe start eating the stuff if I have the time to wait for the effects to kick in.

Yesterday, along with my pay statement, I was given cards and info sheets. I have passed the probationary period, and my mostly full benefits have kicked in, which means I can finally afford to get physiotherapy for my sciatica. . . if I actually could find time to take off of work to do so, which I'm finding a little bit impossible and out of the question. But, still. . . yay to mostly full benefits!
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Mopy
lol :)
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loop
I love this website sometimes.
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shazam2011
exactly.

see? proof that drugs f****d your mind.
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loop
Yep. I'm so high that I thought your huge wall of useless copypasta text was actually a huge floor of useless copypasta text. And, any floor is good enough to dance on.

~whompa whompa whompa~
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Mopy
exactly.

see? proof that drugs f****d your mind.
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loop
EXCUSE ME!



Is that a dance floor?

~whompa whompa whompa~
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Mopy
You're so full of crap.
The reason why some things are legal and others are not is because of the reasearch made and proof that it is damaging.

You are just a low life addict.

nothing wrong with that, your life. But own up to being thrash.
don't lie and pretend you are a good valuable person and not a polyamoric empthy minded drug user thrash.


Here's what 9 common drugs including caffeine, weed, and alchohol do to your brain


A puff of this, and the world transforms into a colourful kaleidoscope of dancing patterns and waves of sound; a sip of that, and the muscles in your body relax like jelly. We know different drugs make us experience the world around us in very different ways - and their after-effects are often nowhere near as pleasant as the immediate results they produce. So what exactly are these drugs doing to the brain to prompt these feelings?

Marijuana

When marijuana's active ingredient, THC, hits the brain, it causes brain cells to release the feel-good chemical dopamine. Dopamine is a part of the brain's reward system - it's the same chemical that makes us feel good when we do enjoyable things such as eating and having sex.

When overexcited by drugs, the reward system creates feelings of euphoria. This is also why, in some rare cases, excessive use can be a problem: The more often you trigger that euphoria, the less you may feel for other rewarding experiences.
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which is why addicts like you continue to consume it seeking the easy fix instead of actually working for it like you should.
it makes you lazy insuferable and stupid, not too mention f***s your lungs which your stupid self crys to us on here.
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Magic Mushrooms

A recent study showed that shrooms' main psychoactive ingredient, psilocybin, appears to quiet traditional brain activity and instead jump-starts new connections between different areas of the brain.

These new connections may be what causes users to describe "seeing sounds" or "hearing colours" and could also give shrooms some of their antidepressant qualities. More research is needed, of course. And shrooms don't come without health risks, which can include unpleasant hallucinations and increased anxiety.

Alcohol

Like other drugs, booze affects brain chemistry by altering the levels of neurotransmitters, the chemical messengers that pass along the signals that control our thinking and behavior.

Alcohol slows down our thinking, breathing, and heart rate by halting our 'excitatory' messengers, the ones that typically increase our energy levels. But it amplifies our 'inhibitory' messengers, those that usually work to calm things down. It also boosts our brain's feel-good dopamine levels.

Heroin

The brain converts heroin into morphine, which binds to molecules on cells in the brain and body called opioid receptors that affect how we perceive pain and rewards. This explains the surging sense of euphoria that many people feel when they inject the drug.

Because we also have opioid receptors in our brain stem, the body's main control centre, overdosing on heroin can slow and even stop breathing, leading to brain damage, coma, or death.

Prescription opiate painkillers

Recent research has shed light on a troubling potential link between heroin and opiate painkillers such as Vicodin and OxyContin. A CDC report released in July found that people who abused opiates were 40 times as likely to abuse heroin. One of the reasons abusing opiates may make people more susceptible to future heroin abuse, the report says, is that the drugs act similarly in the brain.

Caffeine

Caffeine is the most commonly used psychoactive drug in the world. A stimulant of the central nervous system, caffeine can give us a temporary mood boost. But this can also pump up our adrenaline levels, which primes us for exercise but can leave us more irritable and anxious.

Caffeine also keeps us alert by mimicking a molecule called adenosine in the brain and hijacking one aspect of a complex process our brains use to put us to bed at night.

LSD

Like magic mushrooms, LSD is a hallucinogen. Hallucinogens primarily affect the area of the brain responsible for regulating our mood, thoughts, and perception, but they also influence other regions that control how we respond to stress. Some users have described extensive 'trips' on these drugs that include everything from floating to seeing their own deaths.

The short-term effects of LSD can include impulsiveness, rapid shifts in emotions ranging from euphoria to sadness, dizziness, and increased heart rate.

Flakka

Because flakka is so new, researchers aren't sure exactly how it affects the brain or how addictive it is. For now, they can look only to its chemical cousins, including cocaine and amphetamines, for evidence.

These drugs cause a surge in two chemicals: dopamine, the feel-good chemical, and norepinephrine, which raises our heart rate and keeps us alert. Like most drugs, flakka comes with a comedown. This sensation often results in users returning to the drug to get rid of the negative feeling, jump-starting a cycle of use that can lead to abuse. Excessive use has been linked with feelings of extreme anxiety, paranoia, hallucinations, and violent behaviour.

Ecstasy

Ecstasy, or MDMA, amps up the activity of at least three different neurotransmitters, including dopamine, norepinephrine, and serotonin, which plays a critical role in maintaining our mood. Pumped-up serotonin levels may explain the mood boost many MDMA users feel, but it's this same serotonin dump that most likely also contributes to the days-long comedown it often brings.

Research suggests that chronic MDMA use (a couple of pills every weekend for years or 10 to 20 pills in a weekend) is bad news for the brain. Two recent studies comparing chronic users with those who rarely or never used found that the chronic users scored lower on memory and learning tests; one of those studies also found reduced activity in those brain regions via PET scans.

Cocaine

Whether it's snorted, smoked, or injected, cocaine enters the bloodstream and penetrates the brain in a matter of seconds. Once there, it causes an intense feeling of euphoria - its characteristic 'high' - by overwhelming the mind with the feel-good chemical dopamine. The sensation of pleasure is so powerful that some lab animals, when given a choice, will choose cocaine over food until they starve to death.

One part of the brain most acutely affected by cocaine includes key memory centres, which may partially explain some of its addictive properties. In mice that have been dosed repeatedly with cocaine, a host of changes occur in the brain cells in a region that helps with decision-making and inhibition. The more often they get the drug, the more likely they are to access it again when given the chance.
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Legality has nothing to do with which drugs are safer or what is healthier. Look at all the crap that can kill you that is legal, that so many people call their daily bread. Besides, weed is legal in a couple of places, and will bound to continue becoming so. I'm sorry if you don't see how I have changed in the past year and a bit, but I'm not going to list off the many ways of how. Most can just actually read what I have written over this time period to know how. Also by reading, they would know that I recognize I'm just temporarily goofing off to purposely delay some very unpleasant things I need to do in order for my life to improve even more. Since I'm still not drinking and have done that just fine on my own, I won't require some centre or any other help when I do decide to stop with the weed. And, don't whores have sex? I don't.

Chill out, buzzkill.
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Mopy
I hope you feel better. Vitamin c up.
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Spmyt
yet coffee is legal because it does not do as much damage as marihuana does.

But druggies always defend their drugs to the grave.

I thought you planned to change, stop drugs and being a whore and become a better person.

I see you give up on that.
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loop
So is caffeine. I hope you don't drink coffee or pop.
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Mopy
Or you can try the alternative of stopping drugs and going to one of those centers that help druggies get clean.
or you can remain a drug addict till you die, your life, your choice. And yes pot is drugs.
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