When I'm high on painkillers, it feels like I'm clutching a body pillow. Hey, I got some bad news for you- oxy and percocet are the same thing.
When I’m high on painkillers, it feels like I’m clutching a body pillow on a warm summer night. I like to stick my feet out of my fourth story window of my apartment and watch the people walk by. I lay in my bed and look at the ceiling while listening to some fuzzed out music. I think about my wonderful apartment and wonderful friends and cute girls and boys and I get anxiety about the high ending too soon.
I don’t really like opiates, I guess I haven’t taken enough but it seems like something to make shitty times bearable rather than making a good night more special like acid or something would do.
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Listening to These Beats Supposedly Gets You High. (Also available are auditory knockoffs of absinthe, ayahuasca and oxycontin.) The manual stressed that, just like most drug experiences, the environment in which one.
But, can they really get you high?
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Peyote: By far the most minimal of the audio tracks; the peyote sounded like interslar-inspired ambient noise with a desert windstorm blowing over the top of it. No idea if that's what actual peyote is like. Again, it didn't feel like drugs, but it was trippy and definiy put my brain in what very much felt like the famed "alpha" state of mental relaxation, which is reputedly the launch point for the development of psychic powers and next level creative prowess.
The acid track featured the sounds of a moon landing, complete with two guys talking over radios about stuff like geo-samples, "sailing into the sun" and other trip-type double entendres.
What does an oxycodone high feel like? Most people will describe an opiate high as a sudden head rush accompanied by sudden peace, calmness, numbness.
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For thousands of years opiates have been used for everything from terminal diseases to the common cold. Today the use of oxycodone is even more prevalent. It is used as a pain killer for moderate to severe pain and its effects in the body are comparable to morphine which not only blocks pain receptors from sending pain messages to the brain but also slows down the body's general functions.
Legal uses of oxycodone or oxycontin include treating severe pain, medical procedures, inpatient and outpatient surgeries, and it is available by prescription only.
An oxycodone high is characterized by feelings of euphoria, calmness, drowsiness and an absence of pain. Other side effects may be felt as well.
Someone could skip going to the hospital when it actually is needed, making their condition much worse. This is another of the main reasons why people abuse and get high on oxycodone and other opioids. According to the NLM, the prescribed use for oxycodone is “to relieve moderate to severe pain.” At its regular doses, oxycodone does well to relieve these issues, but when someone is high on it, there is usually little to no acknowledgement to pain in their system. This can be dangerous, as many opioid addicts become hurt and do not do anything about it because they do not realize how serious the issue is.
One of the main reasons individuals who abuse oxycodone and other opioid drugs do so is for the euphoric high it causes.
Kratom is slyly billed as a tea by head shop owners, but they're selling it - and people are buying it - for the heroin-like high it provides.
Either way, the drug called kratom – pronounced kray-tum -- is definiy on law enforcement's radar.
Little research has been done on the safety of kratom, but there are reports of people who have used it showing up in emergency rooms complaining of symptoms similar to heroin withdrawal.
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It's as dangerous as heroin, but you can walk right into a store in a city or suburb and buy it over the counter.
"I will definiy look into it. "Thank you very much," he said when we paid another visit to his store.