Citation: Herr_Doktor421. "Wouldn't Say That This Is Anything Amazing: An Experience with Loperamide & Black Pepper (exp91308)". Erowid.org. May 4, 2016. erowid.org/exp/91308
On the Combination of Loperamide and Piperine
Having heard of and undertaken this combination before, I decided to try it for myself. Note that my tolerance to opiates is little to none; I have limited experience with codeine (which I used to take for headaches), Vicodin (liberated from my former employer because he wasn't paying me) and pethidine, which I received in the hospital as a result of acute appendicitis, and all the agony that comes with it.
I have been smoking cannabis more or less all day. I haven't really been keeping track of time, so this is really only a very basic overview. I ate the black pepper about 20mins prior to swallowing the loperamide. Because black pepper would not be very nice if I just emptied the pepperpot into my mouth, I made 2 rizla bombs/parachutes and emptied as much of the pepper as I could into them, whilst still being able to twist them shut. I washed them down, waited awhile, and then took six capsules, one after another.
Two hours into the experience, I'd say there's definitely a deeper underlying feeling than the weed or a placebo effect. It reminds me somewhat of codeine, with less euphoria and more physical sluggishness. My breathing has slowed and deepened somewhat. Vision is somewhat blurred, apart from my direct line of focus i.e. the screen, at this present moment. A pleasant state of tiredness, like that feeling I get when I wake up in the morning and just want to lie there, in a perpetual state of washed-out relaxation.
I wouldn't say that this is anything amazing, and I'd imagine that those with higher opioid tolerances than myself would probably not notice anything whatsoever, bar acute constipation. It's not bad, however, in terms of cost-effectiveness (79p a pack in Tesco of all places) for a mild but nonetheless reasonable state of opioid apathy.
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