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Djx

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What is his email? Also I have to create an email account on protonmail?

Also how reliable is this method? Have other people been successful?
 
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MortDeVivre

MortDeVivre

"If a battle cannot be won, do not fight it."
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What is his email? Also I have to create an email account on protonmail?

Also how reliable is this method? Have other people been successful?

You know, your post made me think about something. We never actually see people coming and saying: "I ordered N from A, tried it, and instead of dying I ended up in super bad shape." Or atleast I never see it. So that means that either it works, or that these people ended up so bad that they can't even type on a computer anymore. But with how many people express their intention to purchase it, I like to think it's the former. That, or they just chose another method.

Also, A's email can be found in the PPeH, which you can download from the link in the resources thread.
 
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Djx

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Jul 1, 2018
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That’s true!! I just read it and I’m scared of the legal reprecussions yikes
 
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MortDeVivre

MortDeVivre

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3968666/

This guy took 13g and survived (allegedly). He didn't take any lasting damage.

Well, this... changes things. They took care of him for almost a week, so maybe he wouldn't have survived if left alone, but still. Now that I know the effects of N can be reversed, I have to take into consideration that I could end up just like this man. To be honest, this sounds less ideal than azide now.
 
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Gumby

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Jun 10, 2018
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Most likely they didn't know right away what he took, so they tried to reverse the effects of a potential opioid overdose. Standard in ER for respiratory depression with loss of consciousness.
Of course. Makes total sense.
 
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The issue here wasn't that his dosage wasn't lethal but he was found early enough so he could be saved. It can take up to several hours in rare cases to die from N. Most people die within 30 minutes so he was lucky - or unlucky.
 
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