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Antipsychotics experiment (risky!)

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Yo. Tad on the track.

 

 

Well, I am an experienced anti-psychotic user. My favorite? Seroquel (brand name). Chemical? Quetiapine.

 

I have noticed the following.

 

Mixing seroquel with alcohol weed an SSRI's (anti-depressants). Like zoloft.

 

Makes the person "tweak", I would say it dependes on genetics and how the brain chemicals are organized.

 

Well? My point? That mix (really dangerous), opens spiritual doors and gives you LSD like visuals. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone. This is secret knowledge that me and a friend have been studying and testing on ourselves.

 

I don't want anyone here to try this without a trip sitter.

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Yo. Tad on the track.

 

 

Well, I am an experienced anti-psychotic user. My favorite? Seroquel (brand name). Chemical? Quetiapine.

 

I have noticed the following.

 

Mixing seroquel with alcohol weed an SSRI's (anti-depressants). Like zoloft.

 

Makes the person "tweak", I would say it dependes on genetics and how the brain chemicals are organized.

 

Well? My point? That mix (really dangerous), opens spiritual doors and gives you LSD like visuals. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone. This is secret knowledge that me and a friend have been studying and testing on ourselves.

 

I don't want anyone here to try this without a trip sitter.

Zoloft by itself has given patients hallucinations. Your mix is dangerous and nobody should try it even with a sitter. what's wrong with using the tools of tulpamancy to create very real tulpas? and failing that LSD itself is a lot safer than the mix you have concocted. P.S. I am a retired psychiatrist.

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Zoloft by itself has given patients hallucinations. Your mix is dangerous and nobody should try it even with a sitter. what's wrong with using the tools of tulpamancy to create very real tulpas? and failing that LSD itself is a lot safer than the mix you have concocted. P.S. I am a retired psychiatrist.

 

I appreciate your etiquette, sir. What's wrong with tulpamancing? Nothing. You can do it all sober. At least I can. Also, I am gonna die soon so astalavista, baby. Appreciate your reply.

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I took an antipsychotic when my tulpa was very young (~1 month) for a few weeks. It suppressed her completely and I got no response while I was on the drug. The effect took a couple of days to ramp up. When I came off it, she was weaker than when we started. I felt suppressed as well. I had been taking an SSRI since before I made Mary, and when I stopped that nothing special happened. I don't think harsh drugs go well with extremely young tulpas, but I can't say anything about mature ones.

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The whole purpose, of 'antipsychotic drugs' is to suppress hallucinations (that and suppress the entire personality). No doubt they would interfere with Tulpa creation.  Dr. Bob

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