- Sep 18, 2013
In what ways have you come to this conclusion???I don't have any good sources but i've found reason to assume all these substances (arylcyclohexamine dissociatives) are strongly immunomodulatory and should be used very sparingly. I've felt it in myself, not with flu symptoms but other milder stuff. I always feel extremely clean inside the day or two after taking them, for example... I don't do this kind of thing several days in a row and doses are usually low. Going above that really seems like diminishing returns in terms of both mental and immunomodulatory benefits (if these effects can even be separated in the end - dissociatives even seem to suggest and elucidate a connection between the microbial and the mental, for me).
I understand that you may have lots of experience and i don't want to be patronizing here.
I've had a severe I've had an extremely severe immune system disorder that existed long before I ever touched dissos and I hit them hard for a considerable amount of time.... both o-pce and mxe and the only real side effect I ever experienced was hypomania and increased insomnia.
I try to pay very very close attention ro what I consume both food wise and drugs abd really I only ever abused drugs ever was that year with dissos and benzos( to sleep) .
But honestly, I never ever felt sick or unwell physically during thst year and I was taking stupid doses every week....on the o-pce thread there is much validation of the notion thst the paper that claims antibacterial action is more to do with patents than medical validity.
O-pce is my pretty much my fondest drug in the sense that it's taken.me to places consistently that no ther drug or practice has come close to.
I'm very sensitive to fluctuations in.my own body's immune response to ingesting anything and I've tried to.form a connection between how I was feeling and.my arylcycholhexelamine use in the past and I just can't formulate anything that was even a correlation.
That year I was a disso hound I was arguable doing better than I am now physically being mostly sober except for psychedelics less than once a month.