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Harm Reduction Resources / Re: Call 911!!!!
« Last post by Hooloovoo on October 07, 2017, 02:26:41 AM »
Who said I'm addicted?  :)
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Harm Reduction Resources / Re: Call 911!!!!
« Last post by Vesp on October 07, 2017, 12:47:32 AM »
Just die already you degenerate junkie.
What the fuck is your problem zippy? we don't need  that kind of bollocks here.

Agree with Tsathoggua. Why hate anyone addicted?
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Harm Reduction Resources / Re: Call 911!!!!
« Last post by Tsathoggua on October 06, 2017, 02:51:04 AM »
What the fuck is your problem zippy? we don't need  that kind of bollocks here.
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Harm Reduction Resources / Re: Call 911!!!!
« Last post by Hooloovoo on October 06, 2017, 01:26:21 AM »
I'll get right on that.  :)
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Harm Reduction Resources / Re: Call 911!!!!
« Last post by Zippy on October 06, 2017, 01:10:13 AM »
Just die already you degenerate junkie.
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Harm Reduction Resources / Re: Call 911!!!!
« Last post by Hooloovoo on October 05, 2017, 11:48:50 PM »
Surprisingly enough, I have a snap-top glass ampoule containing 0.4mg Naloxone.  :)
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Harm Reduction Resources / Re: Call 911!!!!
« Last post by carl_nnabis on October 05, 2017, 10:48:51 PM »
Chempainter, please don´t think so americacentric, this does of course apply to any other civilised region of the world as well ::)  ;D
We´re an international forum with members all over the world.

I remember to been told to never mention drugs if an ambulance has to be called due to drug related things, never.
Instead it is advised to tell them some general emergency situation happened, the usual being an epileptic seizure, but respiratory problems work too(albeit the latter could still indicate drugs).

In most parts of europe there has to be police involved if an ambulance is called due to drug-related emergencies, even if it´s only to protect the medics.

I´ll remove the preparation name of said naloxone medication and replace it with just naloxone, it could be considered a source.
But it is interesting such a substance will become freely available :o I guess it would be in the form of a nasal spray, not as an injection solution?

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Harm Reduction Resources / Re: Call 911!!!!
« Last post by Hooloovoo on October 05, 2017, 10:00:46 PM »
Very true - while I've never overdosed myself, I have been the one who has brought some people back from the brink when they've stopped breathing and their lips have turned blue etc. This was in the pre-Naloxone era, so my 'treatment' was limited to forced breathing, chest massage and the like.

I know that in parts of Europe, like the UK, you can ask a drug worker for some Naloxone, and they will give you a prescription which you can exchange at a pharmacy where they will give you an ampoule and an instruction booklet.
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Harm Reduction Resources / Call 911!!!!
« Last post by Chempainter on October 05, 2017, 09:05:32 PM »
Living in the epicenter of the fentynal epidemic, southern Florida, and a recovering addict myself, I have two things to contribute to this topic. 1) you can not be arrested in the state of Florida for simple possession if you call 911 for an overdose. Please please please don't let someone die because you're afraid of going to jail, or losing your stash. 2)this has just been released. Naloxone can soon  be bought at pharmacies without a prescription. It's not exactly OTC, though. I'm not exactly sure of the details, but it appears that a physician can call in a standing order and the person can then obtain it whenever. Having been a paramedic, I can attest to the lifesaving capabilities of this drug. If you are an addict or have someone close to you that is please look into the this new development. You could very likely save someone's life, or give someone else the capability to save yours.
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News / Re: US DEA Final Rule: Designation of APAAN as a List I Chemical
« Last post by Hooloovoo on September 23, 2017, 01:36:42 AM »
What was it mainly used for before the bees (re)discovered it?
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