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  1. Mar 2019
    1. DOB
    2. This article originally appeared at http://katab.asia and all the copyright belongs to them.

    3. DOB

      Dimethoxybromoamphetamine (DOB), also known as brolamfetamine (INN)[1] and bromo-DMA, is a psychedelic drug and substituted amphetamine of the phenethylamine class of compounds. DOB was first synthesized by Alexander Shulgin in 1967.

      Its synthesis and effects are documented in Shulgin's book PiHKAL: A Chemical Love Story.

    4. Bromo-DragonFLY

      Bromo-DragonFLY (also known as DOB-DragonFLY or simply B-DFLY or Dragonfly) is a synthetic psychedelic substance of the substituted amphetamine and phenethylamine chemical classes. It produces an array of extremely dose-sensitive psychedelic effects when administered. It was first synthesized in 1998 by Matthew Parker from DOB-FLY.[citation needed]

      Bromo-DragonFLY is extremely potent and produces unusually long effects which reportedly can last up to several days. It is considered to have one-third the potency of LSD by weight, making it remarkably potent relative to the vast majority of psychedelics.[citation needed]

      Due to its high potency and unpredictable dose-response, many reports indicate that the effects of this substance may end up being overly difficult to use safely for those who are not already experienced with hallucinogens. Specifically, given that the dosage and duration of this substance have yet not been fully determined, users are advised to start at the lowest possible, intake only through the oral routes of administration, and never re-dose during any time throughout the experience.

      Very little is known about the pharmacology, metabolism and toxicity about Bromo-DragonFLY in humans. It briefly gained popularity among research chemicals circa 2010 until several deaths occurred after the substance was accidentally mislabeled and sold as 2C-B-FLY, leading to its prohibition.[2]

    5. Bromo-DragonFLY

      According to anecdotal reports it was often sold as LSD on the polish street market in 2000's before the rise of N-BOM's.

    6. You are curious why we don’t hide our faces. Have you ever heard the story of Uncatchable Joe?

      The Uncatchable Joe Two cowboys, a newcomer and an old-timer, are drinking beer in front of a saloon. Suddenly, there is a clatter of hooves, a great cloud of dust, and something moving extremely fast from one end of town to the other. The newcomer looks at the old-timer, but seeing no reaction, decides to let the matter drop. However, several minutes later, the same cloud of dust, accompanied by the clatter of hooves, rapidly proceeds in the other direction. Not being able to see what’s behind the dust, and unable to contain his curiosity any longer, the newcomer asks: “OK, what the hell was that, Bill?” / “Oh, that’s Uncatchable Joe. Nobody has ever managed to catch him, Harry.” / “Why? Is he so fast, Bill?” / “Nope, it’s just because nobody needs him, Harry.”

      Source: https://medium.com/@EwardEd/the-uncatchable-joe-or-a-life-that-you-want-5825068beabc

    7. 5F-PB22
    1. Shlugina

      Alexander "Sasha" Shulgin (ur. 17 czerwca 1925, zm. 2 czerwca 2014) – amerykański chemik i farmakolog pochodzenia rosyjskiego, wynalazca leków, znany z prowadzenia kampanii na rzecz legalizacji wybranych substancji psychoaktywnych, autor, wspólnie z żoną Ann Shulgin, dwóch książek: "PiHKAL" i "TiHKAL", w których opisał osobiste doświadczenia z eksperymentami nad fenyloetyloaminami i tryptaminami.

      https://pl.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Shulging

  2. Feb 2019
    1. Zastanawiasz się dlaczego nie zakrywamy twarzy. Słyszałeś kiedyś historię Nieuchwytnego Joe?

      The Uncatchable Joe Two cowboys, a newcomer and an old-timer, are drinking beer in front of a saloon. Suddenly, there is a clatter of hooves, a great cloud of dust, and something moving extremely fast from one end of town to the other. The newcomer looks at the old-timer, but seeing no reaction, decides to let the matter drop. However, several minutes later, the same cloud of dust, accompanied by the clatter of hooves, rapidly proceeds in the other direction. Not being able to see what’s behind the dust, and unable to contain his curiosity any longer, the newcomer asks: “OK, what the hell was that, Bill?” / “Oh, that’s Uncatchable Joe. Nobody has ever managed to catch him, Harry.” / “Why? Is he so fast, Bill?” / “Nope, it’s just because nobody needs him, Harry.”

      Source: https://medium.com/@EwardEd/the-uncatchable-joe-or-a-life-that-you-want-5825068beabc