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(MEL Magazine)   You ever seen Scent of a Woman? You ever seen Scent of a Woman...on BENADRYL?   (melmagazine.com) divider line
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2020-10-20 9:26:03 PM  
Good god, you farking idiots...you're going to make this very difficult for everybody else to buy. People who live with terrible allergies need benadryl. People suffering from terrible insomnia need benadryl. People who are allergic to poison ivy, insects, mold etc, but need to be around those things for one reason or another need benadryl. It's cheap and easy, and it works. Don't fark this up, you moronic little shiats.

Buy some farking shrooms. You'll be much better off and you'll have a good time.
 
2020-10-20 9:35:42 PM  
How long till they switch to Immodium?
 
2020-10-20 9:54:14 PM  

fragMasterFlash: How long till they switch to Immodium?


Exactly what I was thinking.
 
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2020-10-20 9:57:25 PM  
No, but I've been considering putting The French Lieutenant's Woman and other racy literature into those lil-libraries that people in my neighborhood have put up in their front yards.
 
2020-10-20 10:21:17 PM  
I'd imagine women on Benadryl don't smell so good.
 
2020-10-20 10:32:36 PM  

cyberspacedout: I'd imagine women on Benadryl don't smell so good.


On the contrary. Their sinuses are very clear.
 
2020-10-20 10:39:13 PM  
I'll take "Things That Make You Sleepy" for $1,000, Alex.
 
2020-10-20 10:45:43 PM  
Overdoing Diphenhydramine is not something that is pleasant

I take, daily, Diphenhydramine to help with allergies.

Its just not a good feeling when you take too much.
 
2020-10-20 10:46:30 PM  

fragMasterFlash: How long till they switch to Immodium?


Funny you should ask...
 
2020-10-20 11:02:05 PM  
I have a script for Hydroxyzine, which is like Benadryl x 10. I use it fir hives, anxiety & to sleep. Nothing about it would ever make me want to try it for kicks.
 
2020-10-20 11:38:33 PM  
 
2020-10-20 11:53:17 PM  
The original Italian version of Scent of a Woman is much, much, much better.


Also, Benadryl is great as a sleep aid. With 25-50mg, you get vivid dreams. Not as good as tripping but kinda neat.
 
2020-10-20 11:56:25 PM  
When I was a kid we did Dramamine and liked it

not really the kind of put holes in the patterns

sort of sucked
 
2020-10-20 11:57:34 PM  
But it was a better experience and what they're talking about that's for sure
 
2020-10-21 12:25:46 AM  
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2020-10-21 1:08:11 AM  
They take it because it's currently legal and OTC. MJ isn't yet legal anywhere, and though mostly fairly available to kids these days, the pandemic makes it so that it's a lot harder for kids to get high. This is definitely a drug for those with diminished opportunities. Imagine a safe set of drugs that were readily available for all...
 
2020-10-21 1:18:32 AM  
I wanna be awake to enjoy my altered state.  This is stupid.
 
2020-10-21 1:27:08 AM  

JohnnyApocalypse: They take it because it's currently legal and OTC. MJ isn't yet legal anywhere, and though mostly fairly available to kids these days, the pandemic makes it so that it's a lot harder for kids to get high. This is definitely a drug for those with diminished opportunities. Imagine a safe set of drugs that were readily available for all...


This isn't a new thing.  I had an acquaintance in high school that would down a whole box of Benadryl when he couldn't get his hands on any other drugs, and this was over 20 years ago.
 
2020-10-21 2:08:40 AM  

Forty-Three: JohnnyApocalypse: They take it because it's currently legal and OTC. MJ isn't yet legal anywhere, and though mostly fairly available to kids these days, the pandemic makes it so that it's a lot harder for kids to get high. This is definitely a drug for those with diminished opportunities. Imagine a safe set of drugs that were readily available for all...

This isn't a new thing.  I had an acquaintance in high school that would down a whole box of Benadryl when he couldn't get his hands on any other drugs, and this was over 20 years ago.


not a new thing, but a thing that's seeing a spike because of the conditions
 
2020-10-21 2:43:37 AM  

Peaceboy: I wanna be awake to enjoy my altered state.  This is stupid.


I don't get it. I am one of those freakish people for whom Diphenhydramine keeps me WIDE AWAKE. It ruins my concentration and focus and makes me drowsy, then makes it impossible for me to sleep. I pretty much gave up on it after nearly 50 years of use. I heard that was probably a good idea anyway and that this shiat is very bad for the brain.

Wasn't there news in the past 5 years where research had linked heavy use of diphenhydramine to cognitive decline and senility?
 
2020-10-21 6:30:18 AM  

thespindrifter: I don't get it. I am one of those freakish people for whom Diphenhydramine keeps me WIDE AWAKE.


Same here. I rarely take it any more (I use topical ointments for insect bites). Daily nasocort and zyrtec keep my other allergies in check.
 
2020-10-21 6:45:20 AM  

kbronsito: The original Italian version of Scent of a Woman is much, much, much better.


Also, Benadryl is great as a sleep aid. With 25-50mg, you get vivid dreams. Not as good as tripping but kinda neat.


Benadryl would only put me to sleep about 50% of the time. It would also make me dissociate, and it gave me the spins. When it did make me sleep, I'd wake up feeling really shiatty.

Now, gabapentin and trazodone? That shiat reliably knocks me out.
 
2020-10-21 7:53:56 AM  

Unobtanium: thespindrifter: I don't get it. I am one of those freakish people for whom Diphenhydramine keeps me WIDE AWAKE.

Same here. I rarely take it any more (I use topical ointments for insect bites). Daily nasocort and zyrtec keep my other allergies in check.


I was on Zyrtec, I moved over to Xyzal, which is made the same company. The way it was explained to me is that essentially they made Zyrtec with 2 active ingredients (called cetirizine), and through studies they find one of them did most the work and the other has just of the side effects. So Xyzal (levocetirizine) is just the active part with lower side effects.

Anywho, works for me and I think I sleep better, and have lessened dry mouth. YMMV.
 
2020-10-21 7:54:11 AM  
farking hell now it's going to get banned. JFC just take some mushrooms.
 
2020-10-21 8:27:21 AM  

Quantumbunny: I was on Zyrtec, I moved over to Xyzal, which is made the same company. The way it was explained to me is that essentially they made Zyrtec with 2 active ingredients (called cetirizine), and through studies they find one of them did most the work and the other has just of the side effects. So Xyzal (levocetirizine) is just the active part with lower side effects.

Anywho, works for me and I think I sleep better, and have lessened dry mouth. YMMV.


I will check it out. I don't get severe side effects from Zyrtec, but it's worth at least asking my PCP.
 
2020-10-21 8:47:50 AM  

zepillin: When I was a kid we did Dramamine and liked it

not really the kind of put holes in the patterns

sort of sucked


Tried that once.

"Once!"
 
2020-10-21 9:35:02 AM  
The first time I saw A Clockwork Orange was also the first time I did shrooms. That's one of my only drugs/movie stories.

Half Baked, saw that sober as a bird
 
2020-10-21 10:24:06 AM  

twat_waffle: Now, gabapentin and trazodone? That shiat reliably knocks me out.


The absolute best nights' sleep I have ever had in my life was on Gabapentin and I would KILL for a refill. I used them *very* sparingly for the times when I absolutely had to get a good night's sleep, like before a big business trip. That shiat is amazeballs, except for the kidney damage and crippling depression when I quit. It took me a while to learn how to manage that little issue.

Quantumbunny: The way it was explained to me is that essentially they made Zyrtec with 2 active ingredients (called cetirizine), and through studies they find one of them did most the work and the other has just of the side effects. So Xyzal (levocetirizine) is just the active part with lower side effects.


Thanks, I will definitely have to give it another go then with the new formula; if I take Zyrtec for more than a couple of days it makes me psychotic. I have the same problem with every single antihistamine with the exception of diphenydramine and whatever Claritin is. I strongly suspect that if I ever upped the dose of either of those drugs then psychosis would follow. I have a love-hate relationship with Claritin as it is because it kinda-sorta works, but it also keeps me awake, but it does dick squat for animal allergies (unlike Zyrtec or Benadryl) and nothing for hives.
 
2020-10-21 10:51:41 AM  

thespindrifter: Quantumbunny: ...

Thanks, I will definitely have to give it another go then with the new formula; if I take Zyrtec for more than a couple of days it makes me psychotic. I have the same problem with every single antihistamine with the exception of diphenydramine and whatever Claritin is. I strongly suspect that if I ever upped the dose of either of those drugs then psychosis would follow. I have a love-hate relationship with Claritin as it is because it kinda-sorta works, but it also keeps me awake, but it does dick squat for animal allergies (unlike Zyrtec or Benadryl) and nothing for hives.


I take Claritin every morning with no side effects. I agree with the kinda-sorta works, but being so cheap, easy and side-effect free, it's a simple way to help stave off persistent allergies. During heavy ragweed season, I take 12 hour pseudoephedrine in the mornings to get through the day, but at night that stuff keeps me wide awake. Benadryl is perfect at night during those times.
 
2020-10-21 10:59:55 AM  
As a kid in the mid 1980s I was prescribed chlorpheniramine (Chlor Tripolon). It's also a 1st gen antihistamine like diphenhydramine. It also makes you super sleepy. My parents, not knowing any better, gave it to me in the mornings before school. I was drowsy until lunchtime.  For those who use diphenhydramine, you can also try Chlor Tripolon to see if it works for you.
 
2020-10-21 11:55:27 AM  
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2020-10-21 1:22:24 PM  

Unobtanium: I will check it out. I don't get severe side effects from Zyrtec, but it's worth at least asking my PCP.


I can't be the only one who thought of this.
 
2020-10-21 1:30:11 PM  
"Something loud we can feel through all the Feminax."
 
2020-10-21 2:32:58 PM  
I cant take any benadryl it makes me hyperactive
 
2020-10-21 2:39:22 PM  

scanman61: zepillin: When I was a kid we did Dramamine and liked it

not really the kind of put holes in the patterns

sort of sucked

Tried that once.

"Once!"


me too, once

I had friends tell me Freon was cool

ummm, no thanks
 
2020-10-21 4:49:08 PM  
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2020-10-21 8:21:05 PM  

cman: Overdoing Diphenhydramine is not something that is pleasant

I take, daily, Diphenhydramine to help with allergies.

Its just not a good feeling when you take too much.


Be careful with Dyphenhydramine.  It can disrupt acetylcholine production, affecting memory, and may lead to early dementia. Don't trust me on this, check it out.
 
2020-10-22 8:55:12 AM  

cman: fragMasterFlash: How long till they switch to Immodium?

Funny you should ask...


That's really farkied up because people with chronic gastro problems will now pay so much more for it. For the first 5 years after my colectomy and ileostomy take down, I needed to take four, four times a day.

I only occasionally need it now.
 
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