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Today was one of those days. I open Twitter, and the first thing I see is some douche NPS vendor promoting bullshit about Tryptamines and their oh-so-promising potential to cure social anxiety and mental health issues.
If you hit me up on Twitter, you might meet the person behind the beloved RC SCENE admin from Denmark. Why? Because it’s Twitter. I am a private person on Twitter, and I won’t quote messages I send and receive there. This is why all characters and events in this text – even those based on real people – are entirely fictional. The following paragraphs contain coarse language and due to their content should not be read by anyone. Thank you for your understanding.
“Research” or Substance Abuse?
So you sell KKK hoods now? And you publish articles – with which you, of course, do not necessarily agree – but are written by a white supremacist?
I know people who read such shit and tend to believe it. I call this an unfair marketing practice. EU legislation is about protecting the so-called “vulnerable customer.”
You are walking a thin line if you sell fucking drugs and try to sell even more of that shit by spreading bullshit like that recent blog post.
Misleading ads are not okay. The “vulnerable customer” has many faces. One of them is a lack of knowledge. That RealChems or Jacob would permanently refer to substance abuse as “doing research” is a shitshow lie.
If I empty a bottle of Wild Turkey, then I am not conducting scientific research. If I sell booze and try to boost sales by spreading lies about booze being a possible cure to make the blind see, then I am a fucking asshole.
No one knows
The average NPS consumer does not have the slightest idea about the dangers that come with substance abuse. The average NPS customer is not a doctor. The average NPS consumer could be under the impression that NPS would maybe not intoxicate your brain and not be a severe threat to your mental and physical health.
I recently spoke to a friend who wondered about a 2mg Benzodiazepine solution and a 6mg Benzodiazepine solution. Both came in bottles of identical size, and both contained the same amount of liquid. That left him puzzled. And that’s the fucking level!
The lack of knowledge makes us “vulnerable customers.” Drug dealers spreading misinformation to sell more of their nasty shit are not only crossing an ethical line. “Unfair marketing practice” is a term I stumbled upon in a publication about consumer protection, which, in the EU, is a real thing meaning law. Idiot vendors are breaking the law.
Scheduled drugs and Science
That blog post that made me angry describes scientists trying hard to find a reason for Tryptamines to exist. Scientists experimenting with MDMA and other worldwide banned substances is a thing, yes. The blog post that Jacob published describes it in detail:
“The knowledge that psychedelic compounds had potential therapeutic value in treating mental health disorders such as anxiety and depression emerged in medical research before their classification as schedule 1 substances in 1970. Two recent meta-analyses looked at the retrospective findings of psychedelic research prior to their schedule 1 classification. They found that across 19 studies conducted between 1949 and 1973 [..].”
(Source: tinyurl.com/chokeonyourmillions; Last checked 09/26/2021)
A meta-study is not original experimenting research but providing an overview of what other scientists have already found out. Comparing 19 studies published between 50 and 75 years ago, I do not consider a serious scientific approach.
If I work on a paper, I am supposed to, ideally, quote papers not older than three years. The janitor is legally obliged to hit me on the head if I tried to quote from ten hand-selected sources dating back 70 years. It says so in his job description. It’s like jury duty. Someone must make sure that science does not become a joke. The librarian is his backup in case he takes a day off. I assume ordering a lawyer certificate online with Russian Walmart, like Jacob’s lawyer maybe did, involves less risk of being kicked in the nuts – unless you were about to leave the Netherlands and move to a real country someday. Oh, of course, it is okay to quote something written in Hieroglyphs to compare it with recent findings – historians do it all the time.
Secrets kept hidden from you are the illegal ingredient in Research Chemicals (NPS).
Why would I stress this detail? BECAUSE IT SAYS IT ALL. The author tries to impress you by quoting two recently published meta-studies. In fact, he admits that his argumentation is bullshit. Modern science does not date back 70 years. Seventy years ago, US scientists had not even agreed on scientific standards. Only rich people could afford a University degree, so they kept that a secret. I bet many of you didn’t know. I happen to know because I am not allowed to quote scientific papers from the US that date back to dark times when people used to think of you as being clever only because your parents have money.
The United Nations’ World Health Department does not randomly recommend substances for scheduling. Yeah, I know; But let’s forget that embarrassing Etizolam “accident” for a second. WHO recommendations rely on current = state of the art scientific observation and evaluation of problematic (hazardous) substances.
EMCDDA and the DEA have an eye on unscheduled substances as well. EMCDDA describes health-threatening NPS by researching them and by providing statistics showing fatalities caused. DEA seems a motor for research/risk assessment conducted on compounds that have not hit the market yet. They are police rather than scientists. Still, DEA belongs to the FDA, one of the 12 agencies of the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) I just recently learned. You cannot easily argue against the findings of seriously working scientists cooperating worldwide.
All you have are 20 studies dating back 70 years.
Greta Thunberg and Climate Change
Not visiting, but reading, reflecting, questioning, and understanding articles is priceless. Statistics show that the majority of users on Twitter would retweet Tweets that contain links to newspaper articles, although they did not even click those links.
Statistics also show that nobody reads this. You already switched to Instagram after having seen (not necessarily read) the first paragraph. The second paragraph is so long that not even the spell-checking app considers it. Also, the article starts with something about my person, and worse: I mention an event so spectacular your mobile fell asleep when opening the page; yes, I surf the internet —an absolute No-Go. I know.
If you made it here, say hello 😉
What would the debate on Climate Change and insinuating Tryptamines could be healthy have in common? Both sides try to argue with scientific papers. Does that mean both sides were right? No.
We all deal with a problem called selective perception. We tend to ignore things we do not want to see or hear. An example: I smoke cigarettes. I know they cause cancer. But I am an addict. So, if Peter tells me that smoking is bad for you, I reply: Uncle Harris used to smoke three packs a day and peacefully died in his sleep at the age of 106. That is not a lie. That uncle Harris was lucky, unlike 99,9% of victims of the tobacco industry, is also true. I am not a liar, but I might be lying to myself. In my defense: Cigarettes are not made out of tobacco. They sell you tobacco added about a hundred substances that all are addictive.
Sociopaths trying to sell you something (drug dealers, politicians, you name them) use this cognitive defect that we all deal with and cannot escape (we actually need to filter, our environment is too complex) against us. The Sacklers made you believe Opioids were harmless pain killers because it meant profit. Politicians didn’t mind because it meant donations. The media accepted ads for Opioids because it meant income. Pharmacists did not seem to warn you against the dangers of Opioids because – money. Some doctors used to prescribe you Opioids because the Sacklers paid better than that company manufacturing Paracetamol. Jacob tries to make you believe Tryptamines could be a cure for anxiety. Why, why, why would he do that? No one knows.
Back to Climate Change: If you hear people denying that Climate Change was man-made and a concerning issue starting with the Industrial Revolution, they might provide you with up to nine scientific papers backing their denial theory.
Unless you knew that the vast majority of scientific studies prove those nine wrong. There is a broad understanding among the scientific community that we cannot stop but slow down Climate Change since we cause(d) it.
Scientists are working with drugs like MDMA or Tryptamines. You read about it in the newspaper all the time – but only because it makes a sensational headline.
I believe in things that I won’t share with anyone ever. The mental hospital is just too close; we are basically neighbors.
I am not a pharmacist. I don’t know if Tryptamines could cure cancer or if my daily combo (Suboxone for breakfast, 2 grams of 3-Methyl-Methamphetamine to stay awake, beer, more beer but a different brand, and, finally, a carefully, almost reasonably measured, tiny sip of Wild Turkey) is doing me good.
All I am saying: If a drug dealer talks about super-cool drugs, he might selectively forget to mention things like neurotoxicity or liver damage.
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Are Lysergamides Tryptamines? No idea. LSD is a Lysergamide. 1P-LSD is a so-called pro-drug. When ingested, your body would – in theory – metabolize it into LSD. 1P-LSD interacting with air (oxygen) also makes it become first LSD and later empty cardboard. I doubt that they put 1P-LSD on blotters—too risky: LSD is illegal.
Alex offers both the blank cardboard you already know from the vendor of your choice and other blotters, which he claims to be stronger (150µg instead of 100µg), and which feel active to me and thus cannot be a Lysergamide. I think he uses a Tryptamine. The 1P is subtle; the 1cP I did not like at all.
Micro-dosing for daily use? #WTF is wrong with you? Psychedelics alter the way you experience reality. You get dizzy, sick thoughts start haunting you, your vision is heavily impaired, so is your balance. Better take the elevator to not slip on the stairs. Anxiety increases badly. You don’t know when this unpleasant state you chose to experience by intoxicating your brain will come to an end. Sometimes, a trip does not end at all. If you seek a doctor, they can help. I don’t know about you, but I am not to eager to tell my doctor I did some shitty drug.
Would I ever order any Lysergamide blotter again? Hell, no. I ordered two pieces of each only because they make a better photo. I am not going to touch them.
Would greedy psychopath, cold-blooded criminal, and maybe selling Tryptamines for Lysergamides Alex happen to share my view on certain vendors producing videos that advertise horror trips? No one knows.
Well I’d like to meet Stevenson the engineer
And I’d like to meet Faraday and buy him a beer
And I’d love to meet the bloke who had the bright idea of
Bob Wilson, anchorman
Half Man Half Biscuit – Bob Wilson, Anchorman (2016)