I am thinking of starting up a small explorative interview study of people who microdose psychedelics.
Do you use 'legal highs'? Are you a 'psychonaut'?
We are conducting a study at the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Cambridge.
Inflexxion's latest web survey is targeting people who live in the US and have ever used Tapentadol, otherwise known as Nucynta, Palexia and Tapal, evenLast Post By: Tronica 18-01-2017, 00:19
My name is Angela and I am conducting a research assignment. I’m looking to recruit respondents for a survey regarding the symptoms
I posted on here a while back about my research on weird alcohols and carbamates.
Anyway, I've written an article on this here: https://www.scribd.com/document/3367...ernatives-REV4
I've been on an SSRI called Lexapro 10 mg since 2014 and it helped me get through classes in grad school and work I didn't really want to do anymore,Last Post By: aced126 Today, 15:20
I recently quit phenibut and was extremely out of control with my use, sometimes I was using up to 30 grams a day, 3-4 times a week for about a monthLast Post By: JBrandon Today, 07:41
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