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I've done PST at least a hundred times, but lately whenever I dose, I get pretty severe ice pick headaches on top of my head.
I want to believe that these are rebound headaches, but I've never gotten headaches before in my life, and these last all day and are very specific to the top of my head. It's like a drilling sensation on the top of my dome that ruins the experience. I got those kind hellish pain in my head with buprenorphine and i think bupe was thebaine based opioid? dont know and dont think it serious, many of my friends has got same issue.. When my tolerance build up Pain was gone too, but remember it was hell.
A copy of the license is included in the section entitled GNU Free Documentation License.It'd probably be more stable than morphine so not sure how you'd get rid of it other than cleaning up your product with extraction.i'd check to see the solubility of thebaine and morphine in water at least, perhaps there's a difference you could use to your advantage, either by doing a CWE or the reverse.I have had this answered before but the solution was using a chem. I know morphine can handle some heat but not sure about thebaine. It is more likely to occur with PST in my experience. I see some people have suggested it, but curious if anyone has every done it. Even if dissolved and heated slightly in water, you would think that when it dries it would get back to a resin like substance which I am sure no one would want in their bum.Is there a way to remove thebaine from a PPT or PST putty without using chems (ie. I am not really a plugging advocate, but this questions popped in my head. some people have plugged it, very few reports though, the few i read i can't find, but they were positive reports at least.
up to max 4-5 cups filled with poppy seeds inside a gallon of hot water.