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Best stimulant at low dosage ?
#1
Hi
what is your prefered stimulants at low dosage?

3-FPM ?
4f-PHP
4f-PVP
4f-mph

or what is your other best stimulants ? and what dosage are you using ?
need to test remplacement meth
#2
Taking into account that this is a UK website and all the things you mention are illegal here and so no one would ever want to touch a single one of them because they'd go to jail, they were nevertheless legal at one time.

At that time, in the past, when they were legal, I would have chosen 4f-mph from your list, because of duration, similar dopamine hit, and the ability to maintain in a similar way to which I understand it is possible to do with the even more illegal substance which you also mention.

Hopefully, you see the problem. Try bluelight if you haven't.
#3
oh ok this product are illegal in uk oh!!


So , what do you suggest " Legal " now,
thank you
#4
(15-01-2017, 02:01 AM)below1 Wrote: oh ok this product are illegal in uk oh!!


So , what do you suggest " Legal " now,
thank you

Coffee, tea
#5
Can of Red bull if your feeling a bit fruity
#6
Cappuccino if you can afford it.

Sorry i didn't see legal... But anyway i stick with caffeine..
#7
(14-01-2017, 11:29 PM)2Corinth13:1 Wrote: Taking into account that this is a UK website and all the things you mention are illegal here and so no one would ever want to touch a single one of them because they'd go to jail, they were nevertheless legal at one time.

At that time, in the past, when they were legal, I would have chosen 4f-mph from your list, because of duration, similar dopamine hit, and the ability to maintain in a similar way to which I understand it is possible to do with the even more illegal substance which you also mention.

Hopefully, you see the problem. Try bluelight if you haven't.


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