Is there anything out there that is legal and has the similar effects of cocaine?
Q:Is there anything out there that is legal and has the similar effects of cocaine?
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skydiving but the buzz only lasts for two minutes
SIMILAR: yesany kind of speed, ritalin for example, you will have to absorb it the same way, by crushing it (the rest you need to figure out) just make sure it isn’t the time release crap
WHO THE F IS THE GUY THAT ANSWERED YOU STATING THAT WE ARE NOW SO SUPPRESSED THAT THERE ARE LAWS STATING HOW WE CAN OR CANNOT FEEL??!??!Does he even know what it means to “feel that way”?? If we are passing feeling laws then i think that anger should be illegal.why not? Would make for less wars..I do like the music respone though! Music can affect your mood, physical and mental self.try playing music, as in an instrument not an mp3. It takes practice but extremely euphoric once you reach the point that you can just open up and be free to harness the soundwaves and stack them in a way that could possibaly be the key to unlock a door to happy little..er..ok, have you tryed painting? I was going off like the Ross guy from pbs. I think he looks as though its a natural antidepressant.
There are legal amphetamines, but they all require a prescription (or atleast an online “pharmacy”). I’ve taken Adipex before, and it has the same chemical reaction on the brain as coke does, just less dramatic. I knew some people who used to have “alternate” ways of taking it to increase the effects. Most pharmaceutical amphetamines are marketed as diet pills. All of the good OTC stuff gets taken away. Ephedra and ephedrine came close. God I miss them. Some people still make an ECA stack with primatene tablets, but now even those are getting hard to find. ephedrine and pseudoephedrine have been banned recently I think, cuz I can’t even get real sudafed anymore.
Redux Beverages in Las Vegas is offering what it calls a “legal alternative” to the illegal drug in form of an energy drink. Jamey Kirby, the drink’s inventor, says the name for the drink — Cocaine — came to him during a brainstorming session at 1 o’clock in the morning.”It’s an energy drink, and it’s a fun name,” says Kirby. “As soon as people look at the can, they smile.” Kirby says Redux wanted to make a beverage that would send a sensation to the mouth. He describes Cocaine, the new beverage, as a “fruity, atomic fireball” drink.Real Cocaine? … The 8.4 fluid ounce energy booster has no actual cocaine in it, but it does contain 280 milligrams of caffeine.The beverage is marketed to give a person a “high” coupled with a tingly euphoric feeling within five minutes of drinking it. That initial boost is followed 15 minutes later by an energy buzz that will last five to six hours, according to the company. Kirby claims Cocaine is “350 percent stronger than Red Bull” but that people do not experience the “sugar crash” or jitters that he says some of the other energy drinks can produce.The Secret Formula? ….. Kirby confesses that a “throat-numbing” ingredient is added to the drink to emulate its namesake, but he won’t divulge the identity of that add-in, saying it’s confidential. “We’re getting a phenomenal response,” says Kirby, crediting the can’s simple design and product promotion for the drink’s early success among consumers from high school kids to 30-year-olds.
Nothing like the real thing.
If there is, it won’t be for much longer once the pigs catch on.God bless America. Yeah, RIGHT.
Adrenaline! Go jump out of a plane. If you dont have the money, have your friend do 50 while your on the top of their vehicle, works much better than cocaine!
Just because it’s legal doesn’t make it any less dangerous, plus you’d have to convince your doctor to give you a prescription for it.
No – its illegal to feel that way too.