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Posted by: EL085 - 10-27-2018, 02:23 PM - Forum: UK & Rest Of The Europe Reviews & Feedback - Replies (1)

Queensland pharmacy. Any experience?

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  Happy to be onboard :)
Posted by: JP144 - 10-27-2018, 02:04 PM - Forum: Welcome - Replies (17)

Hi all - I've been a longtime lurker but decided I'd make an account and see how it goes. I'm not the most talkative so not sure how much I'll post but just wanted to say hello and it's nice to be here.


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  Fallout 76 (PC)
Posted by: Mugen - 10-26-2018, 11:29 AM - Forum: The Lounge - Replies (1)

Is anyone ‘round here planning to play Fallout 76 on PC? Looking for some co-op teammates. Reply or PM if interested! Big Grin

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  Identifying Product
Posted by: Salty - 10-25-2018, 01:56 PM - Forum: IOP General Discussion - Replies (11)

Does anyone know a website that identifies product with markings better than others? A site (maybe) that has a larger pool to draw from in identifying product that most other identifying sites might not have the same information? I have a couple that I can't find identification anywhere and it seems if they were pharmasuiticaly (misspelled I know) made, there would be evidence. My worry is they are pressed and the contents unknown.

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  Halloween support group
Posted by: Orange rabbit - 10-25-2018, 01:48 PM - Forum: The Lounge - Replies (36)

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  Benzo long term success stories?
Posted by: seeker47 - 10-25-2018, 07:02 AM - Forum: Anxiety Depression & Stress - Replies (16)

So I've heard many stories of withdrawal/addiction nightmares, but what about success stories of using benzos daily for long term? I'm talking years. Do they just stop working after a while? Or do they always keep helping with anxiety/stress levels? If you occasionally take a higher dose after a bad day or whatever how bad are you screwing yourself up as far as effectiveness if you then drop back to a regular dose?

Reason I ask, is I've been an alcoholic for the past 3 years, and have always had anxiety issues. I've dabbled with benzos here and there but never before considered just staying on them instead of the alcohol. The past 2 weeks I've stopped drinking and been on xanax, various doses and its helping, I just don't like the fluctuation caused by the short half life and will be switching to klonopin in a week or so. I feel much healthier and more functional on the xanax than alcohol. It literally makes my entire day better especially any and all social interaction, which has been an issue my entire life. Just wondering what others long term experience with benzos has been like(mainly the success stories)....not because I'm ignoring the horror stories, its just that I've already gone through full blown alcohol withdrawal to the point of having delerium tremens a while back and did a very successful self medicated benzo taper off of it with valium, so I feel I have a handle on that part if necessary.

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  New opioid legislation being signed today
Posted by: Mugen - 10-24-2018, 06:40 PM - Forum: World News - Replies (4)

From a news article:

"The wide-ranging legislation expands and reauthorizes an array of programs aimed at treatment and prevention, from finding new, less addictive drugs for pain management to expanding access to treatment for substance abuse disorders.

The measure also requires the US Postal Service to screen packages for deadly fentanyl from overseas; aims to prevent "doctor-shopping" by improving state prescription drug monitoring; and helps pregnant mothers struggling with addiction and their babies who go through opioid withdrawal."

I wonder how this will affect all things.

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Posted by: thepianist - 10-24-2018, 04:14 PM - Forum: Who's Got It - No Replies

Hi family!

Haven’t been very active on the boards lately but hoping to get some help on this one.  Not controlled, a beta blocker similar to propranolol except decreased lipophilicity, meaning it doesn’t cross the blood brain barrier so easily leading to lethargy, etc.  very good at controlling blood pressure associated with atrial fibrillation.

I see tons of sites on DuckDuckGo offering it along with mic n Vics, oxies, and everything under the sun lol.  

If anyone knows a vendor that isn’t located where life began, I’d greatly appreciate it.  

Take care, all! Smile


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Posted by: Salty - 10-23-2018, 10:11 PM - Forum: IOP General Discussion - No Replies

Just wanted to post some thoughts on this. More and more vendors prefer it, however, if you want to use a cryptocurrency app which is basically free with no or little charges, the best one I've found takes a couple days to get verified and connect your bank account or debit card up and available to "buy" the cryptocurrency. It's like the stock market so you might deposit $100 or rather buy $100 of bitcoin cash (BTC) and hours later or a day later it might be $98 or $104. Doesn't fluctuate much, but it does. The other thing that is a con for me is that it takes 17 days from the time I buy it until the time I can send it as cash to a vendor. I don't know why. Haven't received an acceptable response other than it differs from banking institutions. Not all credit cards will allow you to buy cryptocurrency, but the process going that route is much faster. The con is, there are fees involved. Probably from both the cryptocurrency app and your credit card company. I don't understand it well enough yet, but Coinbase is supposed to be one of the best free apps. It does take me 17 days to use my deposit, even though it's withdrawn within two days from my banking account. They are hard to communicate with and I still am not satisfied with their response for the delay. Just know you probably need to plan ahead and almost consider it a separate banking account if you use the internet to purchase mags. Western Union has a great app that allows you to send as much to anywhere in the world, ahead of actually going to a Western Union outlet to deposit the money. It's available immediately to the vendor once paid to WU for a fee of $5 so you can't beat that. It's brutal having to wait 17 days to use Bitcoin cash but without $10 or more in fees to use a credit card, I don't know how else to do it. If there ever comes a time when you want to close it, you can just convert it and deposit it back into your bank account. Again, since the currency value fluctuates, it may not be the same amount you deposited.

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  News from EU.
Posted by: kristof - 10-23-2018, 05:25 PM - Forum: IOP General Discussion - Replies (15)

Today in the Belgium news some details about PANGEA XL.

The link to the article:

PM ME if you want the link.


During a control action at the airports of Zaventem and Liège, almost 29,000 illegal or counterfeit medicines and health products were seized in one week. That reports the federal government service Finance. The Belgian Customs and the Medicines Agency (FAMHP) checked a total of 14,464 packages at both airports from 9 to 15 October.
  In 622 of the checked packages, they found medicines or health products, of which 141 were seized. They accounted for 28,689 tablets, creams, vials and so on. Customs found another 354 violations, for example against food safety or in connection with counterfeiting and taxation.

The control action was part of the international cooperation operation Pangea XL in more than 120 countries. It aims to combat the illicit trade in medicines, the falsification of medicines and medical instruments and the related organized crime.


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