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Ok so i baught 5f MDMB pinaca 1g. Dind a mix of 30mg of cannabiboid deluted in PG base 10ml. It deluted well so i filled my vape tank 1ml of standard E liquid and 1ml of C liquid i just made. I

I have to say dthe dosage was waaaay to hard, i did tree to 4 puffs and it went tooo hard... almost emidietely i got hit werry hard i couldt walk or do aneything just sit and wait to give up.

triing to say bee fuxking cerfull guys, this thing is extreemly potent... i now wape it much much deluted but its still very strong hit...
1-2mg per 1ml is fine...
Not saying anything here that hasn't been said above, but that strength would have put me on my back and I'm a really sick little monkey. It's best to wait AT LEAST five minutes between inhalations when testing out a new liquid, some of them can sneak up really hard, well after you think it should have kicked in. Be especially careful with sub-ohm vaporizers, particularly with the absurdly strong noids that came out towards the end of the good old days. It's surprising how much they can deliver in one puff.

And hopefully it goes without saying, but don't even think of passing such a thing to someone without any tolerance or experience. It's a dick move by any standard.

Like Tails says, 1:100 or weaker is absolutely fine, and often there's a actually a much better hit when you find the minimum necessary. Good on you for the warning.
This was my initial report back when 5F-MDMB-PINACA first became available:

Quote:I now have some of this stuff. I made up a batch of C-liquid and tried it out (with an appropriate sense of caution).

This dissolved about as well as MDMB-CHMICA - which is to say it took a bit of encouragement to get it to dissolve at 4mg/ml. I was originally aiming for 2mg/ml, but the powder I received appears to have some small, dense chunks hidden in it and it was simpler to make it at 4mg/ml and then dilute.

I mixed 1ml of the C-Liquid with 1ml of a standard nicotine e-liquid (both volumes measured with a pipette) and put the resulting 2mg/ml solution into a tank (an Aspire Nautilus Mini), with 1.8 Ohm resistance and vaped at 4.2V. This is a variable airflow tank and I kept the airflow on the second lowest setting to keep doses low. As a point of comparison, I'm comfortable vaping a similar concentration of MDMB-CHMICA from a sub-ohm tank without worrying about dosing too high.

I have some low tolerance - I use cannabinoids (usually an MDMB-CHMICA DIY C-Liquid) a couple of times a week on average at relatively low doses. My choice of MDMB-CHMICA is based on a preference for the effect profile rather than its potency.

I allergy tested first. After 20 minutes with no effects, I tried a small dose - below the level at which I'd expect any effects from MDMB-CHMICA. I was suprised to find that this was a mild but active dose for 5F-MDMB-PINACA. I'd estimate a dose of 10 - 20ug, but it's hard to be accurate. There was a familiar cannabinoid feeling and a bit of stimulation which could have just been a normal response to trying out a new, potentially risky substance.

Some cannabinoids can build in effect over time, but effects seemed to come on quickly and reach their maximum effect within a couple of minutes. After 10 minutes I tried a slightly higher dose. The stimulation was more pronounced with a noticeable, though modest increase in heart rate. There were also some visual effects- very similar to those experienced with MDMB-CHMICA. While definitely being in a cannabinoid-like mental state, things were pretty clear headed overall. The stimulation wasn't problematic, but I was reluctant to redose a second time in case this pushed the stimulant-like effects past the point I was comfortable with at this point. I was back to baseline within an hour.

Oh, and here's a link to my description of how I make c-liquids. 5F-MDMB=PINACA is potent enough that if you're making c-liquids, you should absolutely be taking every safety precaution when you do so.
Well you relly sjould be cerful with that one... Aneywais its a good cannabinoid but 2mg/ml is fine, and than mixed with E liquid. I did to bigger dose simce i never tried that one before. And redose isnt fine to handle brb...
(22-04-2017, 07:35 AM)hu581 Wrote: Well you relly sjould be cerful with that one... Aneywais its a good cannabinoid but 2mg/ml is fine, and than mixed with E liquid. I did to bigger dose simce i never tried that one before. And redose isnt fine to handle brb...

I'm surprised you didn't check recommended dosage before trying. You always should.
Heh this was my first c liquid i made, tried with MDMB chmczca but it didnt delute. Before that i vaped done c liquids but it was too expensive. I did look for recomended dose but i was just too stupid taught why not... Biggest problem with my experiance was that i waped this c liquid (deluted x 100 times) for long time, and when i realized something is seriosley wrong with me it was almost too late. My brains were melted almost i couldnt sleep without a hit, i couldnt talk to people becose i was extremely scered and anexeited, i didnt feel aney pain or hunger or thirst, and my girlfriend said i looked like zombie, walking around... I was also extremely angry to people. I also forgeted to drink for a week if not more so i started to colepse.

First i throwed my vape tank in garbage, and all of deluted stuff, i started to drink a looots of fluid bit it was worst. This tooked for two weeks and i think i almost didnt maked. Biggest problem was anxeiety and motor controll loss. But with help of my girlfriend i made it out. I didnt sleep so it was hard, had to take some apaurins for that too.
Plese dont judge... I know what i did, im posting that for other unexperienced people not to doo that mistake. Also i tried cannabinoids even still, but shit it is allwais the same ceab. Second time it was more mild becose i knowed what to expect. I think onley way is to not vape it regulary. Maybe one hit per week and that is it.

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