11-09-2016, 02:49 PM
(This post was last modified: 11-09-2016, 03:07 PM by Borderline.)
It is funny you mention dimethocaine, when i first seen it i realised i was remined of the fact that, That despite being classed as local anesthetics many caines have mild/negligible stimulant activity as well. Dimetho is apparently half the potency and im sure ive read of other anesthetic caines coming in at 10%. They are posslby using an obscure caine with slight stimulant effects but that raises a question as to where a caine goes from anesthetic to a usable stimulant and also being siold in this mannner they must have some legal recourse backing its primary use as an anesthetic but that would put them in an dody position, suppose theyve got the lawyers.
Just wainting on a WEDINOS
I really want to know whats in it, even knowledge aside im unlikly to get any as ive never been pulled to cocaine, its something that doesnt interst me, various analogues and etc do ut the vast maj on here will want to know whats in it before they tke any punt, also thres a fair ammount that wont care but despite your reports i wouldnt shed any money to this before i new its contents. Glad you enjoy it
For someone else with perhaps more knowledge f the caines do any of the common o even more obscure that are used legitimatly have stimulant properties, i have poor knowledge of the stimulantion/anesthetic relationship of any of them but even if the more commmon ones have low/negligable stimulant ctivity then they should also surly need aPSA excemption unless its an overlooked area
Also sound UKR666, im not here to call people a cunt, aside from when i am and its fun. I mainly run on debunking and could clearly see there was sketch with ICE mentioning that repeadedly takes away from your credability. It really depends what your after i am very curious about the contents of this stuff but im not too interested in any sythacaine. Just any article being nmarket now especially with no listing makes me and alot others very curious, wre a testing bunch
Try everything twice Because who knows, you might have got it wrong the first time.