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Re: Hypersomnia - ways to wake up


Posted by jr on March 11, 2000 at 18:26:15:

In Reply to: Re: Hypersomnia - ways to wake up posted by ohiogirl on March 11, 2000 at 01:15:36:

If Desoxyn isn't doing the trick you better get away from it as fast as you can because you are playing with fire.

First, unless you've had your head in the sand for a long time, Desoxyn is nothing less than pharmaceutical CRYSTAL METH, METHAMPHTAMINE, CRANK, ICE, SPEED, you name it. It's the drug people all over the country are tyring to make out of epederine and causing their kitchens to burst into flames.

Just because you have been diagnosed as having Narcolepsy doesn't give you a magic forcefield against addiction and tolerance. I was diagnosed at 22 with the big Narcolepsy and Ritilin worked very well and Cylert did okay, but I loved Desoxyn so much that I told him it was about the only thing that helped. I got super addicted. Finally my family caught on and got me into rehab. I still have Narcolepsy, but don't take anything stronger than Cylert or Ritilin. The newer crap doesn't work. When I take the Cylert or Ritilin my wife locks it up and gives it to me only as prescribed or I'd probably go crazy again.

Be careful and good luck. Stay away from the Desoxyn and Dexadrine unless you have willpower made of steel.

P.S. and no snorting the Ritilin!!!!!!!!!!!!

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