Citation: neutopia. "Dug It at First, Get Higher From Candy Now: An Experience with Tramadol (exp70975)". Erowid.org. Apr 30, 2019. erowid.org/exp/70975
A few years ago I was in college, WAY upstate in ny. Having serious , but at the time untreated and undiagnosed, back problems, I would take pain meds that I got from several places to help with the pain. Almost immediately, I found the psychological effects (the interface of pain and thought) to be greatly beneficial. I have always felt somewhat socially awkward, but not on opiates. I also didn't mind work for the first time ever.
A few days a week I had an 8:00 drama class and before long I was taking tramadol everyday as soon as I woke up to give me the balls to be social and to get up in front of a crowd. One thing that sets tramadol apart from other opiates, in terms of effects, is the serotonergic antidepressent aspects. It also has a little speedy edge, norepinephrine? A couple of times I had to excuse myself to vomit after taking on an empty stomach. Usually 200-300 mgs.
To fast foward, I have loved opiates since. I was clean for a year but I did quite a bit of ghb during that period. (which completely blocks opiate withdrawal for me, but thats another post). Generally I make poppy tea for cost effectiveness. At this point, 4 years later, I can't feel any buzz from trams no matter how many I take. I can feel the precipice of a seizure @ 350mg + but thats it. Even when I've cleaned out and shouldn't have a tolerance. It does get rid of withdrawal, but no buzz anymore. Ah well.
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