What completely legal substance are you addicted to?
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TIL in 1967, the magazine 'Berkeley Barb' published an article on how to extract psychoactive substances from banana peels. People didn't realise it was a hoax and began smoking banana peels to try to get high off banana joints atlasobscura.com/articles…
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ILPT Easy way to find out which doctors will prescribe you certain controlled substances.

This site will show you the top prescribers for any drug in your area. For example, here are the top prescribers of Oxycodone in Florida and which city they practice in. You can also search any MD in the country by name and see how many scripts they wrote for each drug. It's become almost impossible to find doctors who will prescribe certain drugs these days, so this is a nice quick way to narrow your search for the right doctor.

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A new study shows that deforestation is heavily linked to pandemic outbreaks, and our reliance on substances like palm oil could be making viruses like COVID worse. inverse.com/science/defor…
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Good to know, substance
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As Binturongs travel, they rub a pungent substance to branches and foliage. The animals use the odor to mark territory as well as to attract mates. And the cool part about it is that the substance smells like buttery popcorn!
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Georgia's voting bill makes water an illegal substance msnbc.com/11th-hour/watch…
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[BusterOlney] That one pitcher is drawing scrutiny over the foreign substance rules -- in this case, Trevor Bauer -- seemingly through leaks and innuendo is kind of gross. MLB should either step up and grab the steering wheel and publicly insist that umpires enforce the rule, or stand down. twitter.com/buster_espn/s…
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The Expanse was shaped into novel form only after its ideal inception as a video game was abandoned. There is so much substance in the realistic detail used to tell this story. I really wonder what a game with such a story would be like with all the natural rules of physics and orbital mechanics.
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[Passan] MLB's attempts to crack down on foreign substances are outlined in a memo obtained by ESPN. Among the plans: - Increased monitoring by compliance officers - Inspections of baseballs taken out of play that will use a third-party lab to check for substances - Spin-rate analysis twitter.com/JeffPassan/st…
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PBS "The Poison Squad" (2020) - Story of Dr. Harvey Wiley who, inspired to remove dangerous substances - like formaldehyde in milk that may have killed thousands of kids per year in NYC alone - from dinner tables, took on the major food producers and helped spark the creation of the FDA [01:51:02] pbs.org/wgbh/americanexpe…
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Young man subdued by Tuen Mun police. A bag of unknown substance was seen forced onto him by the plainclothes officers, which they claim were drugs. During all of this, the man screams, "I will not commit suicide!"
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ILPT: Always carry a parcel addressed to yourself in your car when driving with/dealing in illegal substances

Basically if you get pulled over with a bunch of drugs you should put them in this parcel and seal it up. Cops have no legal authority to open your private mail without any due process.

Even if somehow it does get open you have plausible deniability by not knowing who sent you the package, or what was inside.

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Custom-made Arasaka をラァカ瀾 backpack patch allows me to go full Substance Over Style on my daily commutes reddit.com/gallery/milzd3
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Substance found in garden which dog has eaten some of? Worried it’s poisonous.
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Garda explaining how you can lose your license on Wednesday for consuming a substance on Saturday m.youtube.com/watch?v=wLZ…
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"Substance Abuse".. get it? (Ijiranaide, Nagatoro-san)
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Psychedelic researchers who admit to using the substances themselves tend to be viewed as having less integrity compared to their abstinent counterparts. The new study suggests that stereotypes about psychedelics and their users can impact people’s perceptions of scientists. psypost.org/2021/02/self-…
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Anon wants to abuse substances
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We've returned, rebranded and restarted! Meet Style'N'Substance.
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A collection of everyones "golden tips" - substances, lifestyle, routines: Let's share some knowledge

Let's get a collection of golden tips and tricks going. There are so many people on here doing amazing work but it's all so damn spread apart. I'll start, maybe we can get something together!

My personal top tips:

  • Sleeping 9 hours, up from 6 a night

I used to have debilitating anxiety issues for more than an entire year from cold turkey SNRI withdrawal. I had declared sleep my enemy at some point in the past and this was a big mistake. Listen to your body and make time to sleep, it made my anxiety disappear straight up after just a few weeks. My focus and motivation are way better, my energy levels are incredibly consistent and I just feel way better overall.

  • Supporting your digestive tract

Be fasting! I stop eating at around 8pm and start eating at 10:30am and it has done tremendous things for my health. Originally started doing it just as not eating before bed, extended it further to get rid of excessive bloating. Since then my mornings are full of euphoria and an incredible drive to do things.

  • Methylated B-Vitamins

I started taking methylated B-Vitamins (Methylcobalamine, 6S-L-5-MTHF[Folic Acid], P-5-P[B6]) because regular ones used to help me a lot with focusing but after a few months even started causing anxiety and high BPM. Since switching I'm all sunshine and rainbows, worth a shot even for those who dont have access to genetic testing for the respective gene variations since they aren't much more expensive than regular ones.

  • Actively training your ability to concentrate

I used to expect my stimulants to just switch me on, my supplements to just straight up give me this clarity I need. When it became harder and harder to achieve that simply with substances, I started to train myself by simply fully concentrating on what I'm doing whenever I am able to. Ofc ADHD is a bitch and I still need something that releases Dopamine to help but it actually does work with time. So if it works for someone with ADHD, it's gotta work for someone neurotypical out there! (Super Secret Tip: Learn to play Chess)

That's mostly it from my side, I'd be hyped to see some other ideas and tips in here!

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Iron is the third strongest substance on the planet, after diamond and cum
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Opinion: PM's address to nation didn't have much substance.

Some of the points I could notice:

  1. The country is trying its best to get oxygen and other supplies. We will probably not know about this until a few weeks at least.

  2. State governments should urge migrant workers not to leave for their home town.

  3. Government doesn't want lockdown considering the economic implications.

  4. People shouldn't get out of their homes.

  5. He seemed to fumble a bit more than usual. That seemed weird to me.

Nothing extra ordinary in the entire address in my opinion.

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[ProFootballTalk] Players received a text message on Monday from the NFLPA reminding them that the window for annual substance-abuse testing opened the next day. It didn't mention that marijuana is now excluded until the first two weeks of training camp. Panic ensued. twitter.com/ProFootballTa…
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SPs and substance abuse
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'Wonder drug' left babies with deformed limbs - The best-known example of birth defects being caused by hazardous substances in the UK remains the babies born in the late 1950s and early 1960s with deformities caused by their mothers taking the drug thalidomide. theguardian.com/society/2…
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If I have a bad reaction to an illegal substance, will I be arrested if I call for help?

A couple days ago, me and my friends took lsd and it was only my 3rd time trying it. I had a bad trip, and decided to ride it out in fear of getting arrested if I called an ambulance. Let's say I did call an ambulance, and had no other illegal substances/items on my person, could I still get arrested for buying it in the first place?

Edit: Wow, I did not expect this to blow up lol. First off, I definitely should've clarified earlier in my post, but it was 3am when I wrote it, I live in Texas, USA.

2nd off, thank you to everybody who listed laws protecting people, whether they were in my state or not.

3rd of all, after some more research on a law called "Good Samaritan Drug Overdose Act" I found that in Texas, under that act it does not protect the person overdosing. Only the witnesses to the overdosing person. It's something called "Internal Ingestion Possession" which simply put, if you go to the hospital and fail a pee test or blood work, they can take you to prison because of the fact that it is in your system. Which, in my opinion, is the stupidest law. But that's Texas for ya.

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Manchester has a HUGE β€˜spice’ problem amongst the homeless. β€˜Legal highs’ (very much illegal) are becoming more and more frequent here. Things need to change. These people need help with controlled substances. v.redd.it/9r47p64e33v61
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Non-invasive skin swab samples are enough to quickly detect COVID-19, a new study suggests. The samples were collected by gently swabbing a skin area rich in sebum - an oily, waxy substance produced by the body's sebaceous glands - such as the face, neck or back. surrey.ac.uk/news/non-inv…
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Aliens think they are bribing or controlling us with substances usually very toxic or addictive to them, and they think that withdrawing them from us would be enough as a punishment. One day, the aliens realize that we don't need them; we just like to eat them.

For example: "Muwahahaha! You think I need caffeine?! I don't need itβ€”I just use it to stay up late!"

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Found on Insta... Yes because living a substance-fueled self destructive lifestyle is sooo superior
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How much of 55 common substances and chemicals it takes to be lethal (based on median lethal dose).
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Am I stupid or did Wolff not say much of substance

All my mates say hes really smart and accomplished so maybe I'm just a dumbass but like the entire debate I was sat there just trying to decipher how what Wolff was saying was in any way related to the question asked. Everyone's like 'omg it's not Wolffs fault you cant comprehend discussions with this level of nuance.' Were his points just too complex for my wikipedia brain to comprehend or am I right in thinking he danced around every point and said little meaningful shit

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Reddit is full of people who think they know everything. 85% of you will give your expert opinion on everything and shit on people who aren't progressive, don't like substances, or say anything that doesn't fit in this platform's little biome.

YOURE NOT AS INCLUSIVE AND UNDERSTANDING AS YOU THINK YOU ARE. There are lots of cool people, but I swear everyone here has some kind of heard mentality that makes everyone collective know-it-alls.

P.S. I'm guilty of this to an extent, I think of myself as progressive pretty much, and I like some substances.

I accept all shit-talking.

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So much for the crackdown on foreign substances
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Spotify from the 1950s. Radio textured with substance painter.
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Thank you stimulus money. I feel so much more relaxed and energized. Plus less money spent on substances.
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Update from my earlier post: Substance Appearing To Be Feces Falls From A Low-Flying Plane Onto Studio City Home losangeles.cbslocal.com/2…
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ELI5: In ancient times and places where potable water was scarce and people drank alcoholic beverages for substance, how were the people not dehydrated and hung over all the time?

Edit: this got way more discussion than expected!!

Thanks for participation everyone. And thanks to the strangers that gave awards!!

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Cigarettes are possibly the most addictive substance I've encountered.

I have smoked everything from crack, to meth, to heroin, and none have gripped me quite like nicotine has.

I am on day 3 of my quit right now, the cravings are becoming less and things are getting easier but its still pretty unpleasant.

I think thats why i assumed i could smoke and not get addicted because i was smoking crack semi regularly and could start and stop at my own convenience (crack can certainly hook people too, but this was my experience).

I had a bad meth addiction at one point, quitting was hard, and it sucked...but it wasn't as hard as quitting cigarettes.

I know there are a lot of minors on this sub and reddit in general, thats also when a lot of smokers start. If you start your not going to enjoy it the first time and will usually smoke in social situations, once a week or something like a that. Thats how it starts, nobody likes it at first, that doesnt mean you cant get hooked.

Just save your money and smoke some bud instead lol, much more worth it. Im done with my rant, good vibes to everybody reading this ✌😁

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Should marijuana be removed from the Controlled Substances Act?

Happy 4/20. I figured it's a timely conversation to have. It's been interesting for me to watch the disparate micro economies that have popped up around the country to enable the manufacture and sale of marijuana in specific states.

To my mind people are gonna do what people do, and lots of people smoke the reefer - myself included (though I prefer to ingest it honestly.) The law will not change that. But I am also interested in the practical effects that descheduling marijuana might have.


My brother actually works in the MJ industry in California these days. He's pretty decidedly against federal marijuana legalization for purely selfish reasons. I disagree on principle, but I also understand that federal legalization/production will disrupt a lot of the economies that have sprung up over the years.

In a world where alcohol is not a scheduled substance, I personally see no reason for marijuana to be scheduled either. I would be fine with it being regulated in much the same way. 21 years of age to purchase (I suppose some states may say 18?), (state) penalties for supplying to minors, etc. Though I would prefer people be able to grow their own, even if they have kids; similar to how I can have alcohol in my home even if I have kids. Either way, these regulations would be imposed and enforced by the state, county, or city; not the federal government.

Just checking in on the topic. I know reddit is very pro-marijuana in general, but I suspect there might be some dissenting voices as well. I have not followed the fight to legalize it for at least a decade, so I'm pretty behind on the details of what's what these days. Still waiting for my state of New Hampshire (Live free or die, indeed) to legalize it, though we have (fairly restricted) medical usage and have largely decriminalized possession.


Random thoughts:

  • Even if federally descheduled, can't states still have laws regulating it? Is legalizing marijuana a conservative win in this regard? It gives the power back to the states.

  • If descheduled, places that grow and sell marijuana can have access to proper banking. My understanding is the reason they cannot process bank card transactions is due to federal scheduling? They all have workarounds anyway in terms of POS purchases, but not sure how it effects companies 'behind the scenes'.

  • Should marijuana be covered by health insurance?

  • Even if legalized, employers are still presumably able to screen for it and deny employment

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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If anyone has the time/will power to transcribe this interview word to word - there's zero substance. Someone in the comment section said "Some people don't need to have even 1% intelligence to be a millionaire". Ranveer never goes beyond her beauty to praise her & that speaks about his intellect. youtu.be/Zn6es9JdbsE
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[buster] Re: MLB confiscating baseballs for foreign-substance evidence: Can you imagine the chain-of-custody defense? Umpires' room attendant, batboy (who handles pine tar rag), umpire (who carries many baseballs), catcher, fielders, batboy again. And you can prove it's the P? Good luck. twitter.com/Buster_ESPN/s…
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My 3 favorite substances!
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Why is this substance so underrated? What do you think it is?

My guess is the majority of people who try kava, are trying very poor quality stuff that is hardly even kava to begin with. I'm not proud of this, but I have tried just about every mind altering substance at least once and kava is genuinely my favorite..it could just be the way it affects me. I get creative, more open, mildly introspective and very carefree all while being super chilled and grounded. Kava is also very underrated as a tool for music enhancement, when I'm on a high or even medium dosage it is like every song is the first time I ever heard of it. It seems like others on this sub and on kavafourms get this magic or something similar, so the people who do like and enjoy it truly get something unique out of it...it blows my mind that this isnt mainstream(although it will be someday just like everything I've ever liked)

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