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wheres meth or amphetamine 🙁

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All this talk of “use” and “abuse” is ridiculous, and reveals the psychiatric bias of much of today’s health-related social science. The fact is, “use” is a neutral term, whereas “abuse” includes within in a value judgment – a moral judgment, so to speak. And why is this value judgment pronounced as part of the definition, without the merest hint of justification? Think about it. There’s a very fine line between avoiding pain and pursuing pleasure. Don’t forget this when you hear the anti-drug propaganda. They think their perspective is so self-evidently true. In actual fact, it is ludicrous. Perhaps… Read more »
Sorry guys – I’m well on my way to becoming a mental health professional – though not working specifically with subtance abuse issues (and honestly, I have no intentions of being able to write prescriptions either, but that’s a whole other discussion). So – I read it in the way my education has taught me to. According to what I’ve learned, what you guys are describing is Dependence. When it gets to the point that you can’t function without it – it’s dependence. Abuse has to do with why you’re using and how much you’re using. Using a prescription pain… Read more »
Madamoiselle L

Em and Lo, I didn”t know this. I only took this stuff a few times, and although I am not a good sleeper, it knocked me out in about 10 minutes, not to wake up for about 7 hours.

As for Tiger, I’m not really following that story. 😉 “An other celeb cheats….” I don’t even know the man. 😉


I *thought* you might have had your tongues in your cheeks when you picked the word “abuse.” Unfortunately, I was born without a sense of humor and couldn’t really tell. Besides, they started it.


The generic name for Ambien is zolpidem (the patent expired in 2007) and it’s available under a wide range of trade names, such as: Adormix, Ambien, Ambien CR, Edluar, Damixan, Hypnogen, Ivedal, Lioran, Myslee, Nytamel, Sanval, Stilnoct, Stilnox, Stilnox CR, Sucedal, Zoldem, Zolnod and Zolpihexal. The ‘CR’ types are extended-release versions. It’s a short-acting nonbenzodiazepine hypnotic used for short-term treatment of insomnia. Recreational use isn’t too widespread but there’s some indication that it’s increasing here in the U.S.