Usage of Psychoactive Drugs

Posted October 10th, 2017 by Duken

The Psychoactive drugs or the stimulants are used for a number of purposes, like spiritual purposes, as entheogens, to study the mind, to alter the consciousness and for medical purposes. These drugs are the chemical substances which are used relax the mind as these temporarily change the functioning of the brain. In the countries like UK and USA, these drugs are most commonly used as research chemicals for help in the scientific processes. These kinds of drugs are also used for the medical purposes by the physicians in order to treat the patients. Thus, there has been a great demand of such drugs, even when these drugs are considered as illegal in most of the countries. There is an availability of a large variety of stimulant drugs online and thus, you can find the 4 MPD FOR SALE with the any vendor who deal in such drugs.

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The purchase of such drugs must be made at one’s own risk and one must make sure to get all the information about the drug laws of their particular area, before buying such category of drugs. These drugs can be used for a number of purposes and thus, there can be a number of customers. Mostly, the stimulants are used for dealing with depression and mental stress as these kinds of drugs soothe the mind and lead to euphoria. With countries where such drugs aren’t prohibited, you can easily get them as the legal powder but in case there is a prohibition on the usage of such drugs, then care must be taken before purchasing. With the online vendors, it is very easy to purchase the drugs like 4 MPD as there is an ease of payment through credit card. You can also use your Paypal as the vendors make sure that your account and credentials are secure with them.

There also are a number of vendors that make available the BK EDBP FOR SALE. This is a designer drug which is used for recreational purposes. But this kind of drug is not considered apt for the human consumption. These usually acts as research chemicals in the laboratories and thus, there usage is very restricted and is usually banned in most of the countries.

The drugs that act as stimulant are used by the doctors to treat the metal sickness of their patients and sometimes these are used to treat the central nervous system disorders as well. This is because these kinds of drugs are specialized in changing the perception, consciousness and mood of the patience, making them feel relaxed and less anxious. These drugs are available with any of the research chemicals Supplier and you can even buy these drugs in wholesale if you need them in a bulk amount, for example, if you need them for medical or research purposes. But the consumption of these drugs must be very careful and an overdose must be avoided. This is because these drugs are very strong stimulant compounds and most of these can result in fatal side effects, too.

Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms and Treatment

Posted October 10th, 2017 by Duken

Alcohol withdrawal refers to the symptoms that occur when someone who is a chronic alcohol consumer and suddenly stop drinking alcohol.

Alcohol Withdrawal happens most often in Adults, but can occur in teenagers who drink to often. The more you consume every day, the more likely you are to develop alcohol withdrawal symptoms. There are a few people with Ethanol which is often abbreviated as EtOH, learn more what EtOH does mean.

Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms tend to occur within 5-12 hours after your last drink but sometimes can occur days after. Symptoms will get worse when you reach 48-72 hours after the last drink.

Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms:

  • Anxiety & Nervousness
  • Depression
  • Unclear Thoughts
  • Irritability
  • Mood swings
  • Nightmares

More severe form of Alcohol Withdrawal can cause:

  • Agitation
  • Severe Confusion
  • Hallucinations
  • Seizures
  • Fever

Alcohol Withdrawal Treatment

The immediate goal of treatment is to calm the patient down, as nearly 95% of people have moderate moderate withdrawal symptoms. These symptoms include trembling, trouble sleeping, agitation, and lack of appetite.

After examination by a medical professional, the patient is generally sent home with a few days worth of anxiety medication and advised to check back frequently to ensure withdrawal symptoms don’t worsen. It is strongly recommended that the patient not be alone through the week following Alcohol Withdrawal Treatment. This is to ensure that someone is always handy to assist the patient and to make sure they do not relapse.

Their can be side effects with taking anti-anxiety medications, also known as Benzodiazepines. These drugs lose their effectiveness over time which results in the patient increasing their dosage which leads to the patient becoming dependent. Coming off of Benzodiazepines after becoming dependent to them will cause more withdrawal symptoms.

Patient must consult their Doctor or other medical professional before discontinuing anti-anxiety medications.

Pleural thickening can also be referred to as DPT, diffuse pleural thickening. It is a disease that afflicts the protective membrane around the lungs known as the pleura. It results from scarring of the pleura, and as the scar tissue progresses it may begin to occlude the space between the lungs and pleura.

Causes of plural thickening and its severity may vary. A common cause for plural thickening is the inhalation exposure of asbestos, something which we’ve teamed up with Asbestos Advice Helpline to take a look at. When exposed to asbestos, inhaled fibers may stick in the pleura and be the cause of inflammation and cause the growth of scar tissue.

Asbestos exposure is not the only cause of pleural thickening. Other causes of pleural thickening include: the buildup of pus in the pleural space (empyema), blood accumulating in the pleural space (hemothorax), a blockage of pulmonary arteries (pulmonary embolism), and a type of pleural inflammation known as fibrinous pleuritis.

Pleural thickening is not to be confused with pleural plaques. Pleural plaques are firm, and often calcified, scar tissue that grows in patches on the pleura. Plaques may be comorbid with pleural thickening, but the plaques offer much less risk of lung function impairment. Pleural thickening is also common after a patient suffers a pleural effusion (buildup of fluid in the space between the pleura).

Symptoms of Pleural Thickening

In early stages, pleural thickening does not present symptoms that a patient may notice. With the progression of the disease, patience will notice an increase in the severity of symptoms. The primary complaints offered by those afflicted with pleural thickening are breathlessness and chest pain. Pleural thickening can cause restrictive lung disease: it may prevent the lungs from fully expanding. The related drop in lung volume may present to patients as their need to work harder to breathe. The swelling of the pleura reduces the amount of space that the lungs have inside the rib cage, so labored breathing and shortness of breath are signs that the lungs are not being allowed to fill to their full volume. This is what creates the sensation of shortness of breath in patients with pleural thickening.

Symptoms can be generalized to: shortness of breath, a tight feeling across the chest, and general chest pain (usually manifest after physical exertion). For those who have chest pain in the left side, check out this content. If the patient has pleural thickening that is progressive, such as that which results from asbestos exposure, pleural thickening may eventually become debilitating and pose threats to their quality of life.

Treatment

The damage that causes pleural thickening is irreversible, but there are available treatment options. Doctors will most commonly prescribe therapies that can help with the symptoms of pleural thickening, but may choose to include medications like bronchodilators or steroids that can ease breathing.

Smoking tobacco can contribute to decreased lung function, so it is in a smoking patient’s best interest to quit smoking as soon as possible- especially if the patient is diagnosed with pleural thickening. The cessation of smoking will also reduce the patient’s risk of developing more hazardous lung diseases.

Questions on shortness of breath

Posted March 7th, 2017 by Duken

I have been having sharp chest pains on the left side, like its-dull, shooting pain. It is causing me to have shortness of breath after eating and it a very scary feeling I am a 23 year old female who smokes and drinks. I have asthma and IBS and suffer football-mad.

23 yr. old female or not, you have classic symptoms of someone whose physical condition is out of control, and if not careful, will develop into something more serious. first of all, what you describe are in fact initial symptoms of a heart issue. i’d suggest you see a physician as soon as possible and relay exactly what you are experiencing. You may have high blood pressure, which is a cause an effect of your smoking and drinking, coupled with asthma and who knows what else. we seldom get warning signs that our bodies need medical attention, so please don’t ignore yours. i also wont get on a bandwagon and tell you to stop smoking, especially with asthma as you already know that, but try cutting back little by little, and if you put yourself in a smokey environment, remove yourself from it. i do hope you take care of yourself and good luck. It’s a good idea to make an appointment straight away with your DR.

I’m starting to feel sick…Headaches. nose stuffy and.shortness of breath wen I work out…idk if its a fever trynatake me down or if its allergy///anyway I cannot get sick rite now! so what should I do?

Buy airbourne and start taking that daily as a supplement of sorts. It really does work because it’s doing wonders for me right now.

BCG for TB(Tuberculosis)

Posted January 10th, 2017 by Duken

I had a BCG jab in November & the areas still red & itchy….. this aint right is it?

I think that’s right.

Bacillus Calmette-Guérin (or Bacille Calmette-Guérin, BCG) is a vaccine against tuberculosis that is prepared from a strain of the attenuated (weakened) live bovine tuberculosis bacillus, Mycobacterium bovis, that has lost its virulence in humans by being specially cultured in an artificial medium for years. The bacilli have retained enough strong antigenicity to become a somewhat effective vaccine for the prevention of human tuberculosis. At best, the BCG vaccine is 80% effective in preventing tuberculosis for a duration of 15 years, however, its protective effect appears to vary according to geography.

After the vaccination a small red spot usually develops within 2-6 weeks. After a few weeks the spot usually becomes scaly, crusting and with slight bruising. This will eventually heal to form a round flat scar. It is better if you leave the injection site uncovered as this will aid in the healing. In some cases a small shallow ulcer appears. In the rare situation that a reaction occurs medical advice should be sought from your doctor or practice nurse as soon as possible.

Mantoux test

The BCG vaccination should never be given to a person who has a “positive” tuberculin skin test. A “strong” positive test might indicate that you will need to visit a chest clinic for further assessment.

A Mantoux Test is done before having the BCG vaccination in all persons over the age of 6 years or earlier if the child has been “at risk” of TB. Routine vaccination is no longer carried out in schools – however, a new improved immunization programme targets those at greatest risk to the disease.

The Mantoux test is given “intradermally” into the lower left forearm. The tuberculin test is injected into the arm at skin level. After the injection some people experience mild itching or swelling but this usually goes within a week.

You will need to avoid itching the injection site, keeping it clean and dry – water won’t hurt it so you can bath or shower – but try not to scrub it! Don’t put a bandage on the site and don’t use any lotions or creams on the injection site.

When planning your vaccine schedule, the test can be given at the same as other “inactive” vaccines. If you need “live” vaccines you should have these four weeks before or after the test as they can “suppress” the result.

The results are read 48 to 78 hours later and you should ideally make this appointment when you make one for the Mantoux Test.

Comments

  • •Many thanks, I managed to miss out on the whole thing in school so it was all new to me. Pleased to say that the swelling has gone down & it’s no longer itchy. There’s still a small red spot but I guess it’ll turn into a scar in due course.
  • Yes….It is normal…..but this was months ago..stop whining….
  • a max of 4 weekz iz fine… aftr tht wud betr c the doc… jus kiddin… :P… he he… gues itz ok unles itz swelin n sored… peace!!!
  • Did you have the skin test before the vaccine? If you had a positive result to the skin test, you should not have been given the vaccine.

Why does my urine smell bad

Posted January 10th, 2017 by Duken

Why does my urine smell bad?

You need to stop eating so much asparagus.

Comments

  • drink more water and fruit juices. eat less asparagus
  • The chances are its dehydration…..or an infection…
  • whose urine smells good?
  • What do you expect to come out of there, perfume?
  • I smell my bad urine. I went to see my doctor. My doctor said that I need to drink the water a lot and fruit juice. That’s all.
  • How much water do you drink in a day?
  • because all the chemicals in your body give off harmful gases that smell bad. and mixes with your urine
  • You may have a UTI (urinary tract infection). It can make the urine seem concentrated. Get some antibiotics from the doctor and drink plenty of water. The very best thing to keep your waterworks in tip-top condition is cranberry juice.
  • Infection, garlic, curry?…..infection!
  • Eaten any asparagus lately?….;-D…

Why do my urine smells like ammonia?

Strong smelling urine is often a sign of dehydration.

Comments

  • maybe a kidney infection..
  • All urine has ammonia in it. You’re probably not drinking enough water.
  • No idea.I don’t really have the reflex’s to smell mine before its in the toilet and flushed.
  • You’ve been hanging out in the pool for too long. Mine smells like roses cause I spend all of my free time in the garden

QnA on urine test

Posted January 10th, 2017 by Duken

I had a urine test last week and had been using left overpercocet (7.5mg) 3-4 a day for about 2 weeks. Will the drug test show up the same as if I had been taking Lortab?

I’d say yes, on all of my drug screenings, they categorize drugs. Marijuana is its own classification, but all painkillers show up as one, (look online for the name). However, they can find the specificity of the drug at the lab, but they wont look for an exact distinction unless asked…

Can you fail urine drug test taking hydroxyzine pamoate?

No, there is nothing in that except for an Antihistimine. Tell the person who tests you what medications you are on before you give the sample.

Would lsd show up in a (urine) drug test?

It doesn’t unless you are under the influence at the time of the test.

Will percocet and oxycontin show up the same in a urine test?

No inappropriate use = no worries.
Dump the illegal stuff in the toilet.
Flush.
Put the containers in the trash.
Wash your hands.
Be free of the need for questions like this.

Are you using? If so quit then you can be worry free. In these economic times a person has to be held to a higher standard if they are going to have a chance of making it.

Yes…opiates.. You know the details here.

They will show up as opiates, and you’ll be fired or violated. Stop taking those pills, Dummy!

Pumpkin Recipe

Posted April 17th, 2016 by Marita

Pumpkin Maple Spread

Ingredients you will need:

( 4 ) 8oz. Cream Cheese ( soften at room temperature )

 4 1/2 cups of Confectioners powder sugar

 1  stick of margin ( soften at room temperature )

 1 1/4  teaspoon of maple flavoring

1 ( 15 oz. ) can of Pumpkin pie filling

Mix in a very large bowl.

Place soften cream cheese at room temperature in large bowl.

Use a mixer on low speed and very slowly begin to mix soften cream cheese, ( beaters will need to be scraped off a couple of times when mixing the cream cheese ).  

 Then add the soften margine to cream cheese, still mixing slowly ( beaters will need to be scraped off a couple of times when mixing the two together ).

Add 1 1/4 of maple flavoring to mixture, and slowly mix together.

Now add the can of pumpkin pie filling. Still beating slowly until ingredients are blended well.

Add 1 cup of confectioners powder sugar at a time mixing slowly until well blended.

This will thicken up as you add the confectioners powder sugar.

May use pumpkin flavoring or pumpkin spice instead of a can of pumpkin pie just decrease the confectioners powder sugar by 1 cup, and use 1 1/2 teaspoons of the pumpkin flavoring, add this in after you add the maple flavoring.

This works well served on a bagel or on donuts. Can even be spread over pancakes instead of maple syrup.

Can be spread over a pound cake, angle food cake or a white cake.

Works well with Thanksgiving holiday.  Can be served with crackers of your choice as a dip.

Recipes for Flavored Butters

Posted April 16th, 2016 by Marita

Flavored butters can give a unique aroma and taste to ordinary dishes and are very easy to make. Flavored butter is simply butter combined with other ingredients, such as fresh herbs, spices, fruits and liqueurs. The basic recipe for all flavored butters is to completely blend softened butter and the flavor ingredients using an electric mixer. Let the mixture stand for 1 hour  for flavors to be absorbed. Flavored butter can be rolled into a log and tightly wrapped in waxed paper, pressed into molds, formed into balls using butter paddles or spooned into ramekins. Wrap tightly in plastic wrap before refrigerating or in freezer bags before freezing.  Refrigerated butters can be kept up to 1 week, while frozen butters can be kept for 3 weeks.

Brandy Steak Butter is excellent on grilled or broiled steaks. Combine 1 cup softened butter, 1 ounce brandy, 1  tablespoon each of fresh ground black pepper, finely chopped basil and 1 clove minced garlic, beating with mixer until completely blended. Form into log with wax paper, tightly seal with plastic wrap and refrigerate until ready to use. Place slices of butter over steaks, allowing to drizzle over before serving.

Chive Butter is delicious over baked potatoes, corn on the cob and other vegetables. It can also be used to baste poutly and fish. Simply blend 1 cup softened butter with 2 tablespoons fresh minced chives and 1/8 teaspoon fresh cracked pepper. Spoon into ramekins, wrap and refrigerate until ready to use.

Horseradish Butter is great on steaks, ham or pulled pork sandwiches. It also gives a special taste to grilled vegetables such as asparagus or cubed potatoes. Just combine 1 cup softened butter with 2 tablespons each of horseradish and fresh minced chives. Form into log, wrap and refrigerate until ready to serve.

Lemon Herb Butter gives a special zing to chicken, fish or vegetables, and can be used to baste while cooking. Mix 1 cup softened butter with the juice from 1 whole lemon and 1 teaspoon each of fresh, finely chopped thyme, basil and parsley. Form into log or press into ramekins, wrap and refrigerate.

Italian Herbs Butter is delicious on grilled foods or it can be used to baste meats, poultry, fish and vegetables. This flavored butter is very tasty when spread on Italian bread hot out of the oven. Mix 1 cup softened butter with 1 tablespoon each of freshly chopped basil and oregano and 1 teaspoon minced garlic. Roll into log and wrap, or spoon into ramekin and refrigerate until ready to use.

 Strawberry Butter is a wonderful topping for pancakes, waffles and French toast. Simply combine 1/2 cup of softened butter, 1/2 cup confectioners sugar and 2 taplespoons of strawberry preserves Do not use jelly or jam as a substitute.. Press into small star-shaped molds. Wtrap and refrigerate until ready to use.

 Honey Vanilla Butter is a smooth, mild-flavored butter that can be used on pancakes or waffles. Combine 1/2 cup softened butter and 1/2 cup of honey with electric mixer. Slowly add 1/2 cup whipping cream, beating until light and fluffy. Add 1 teaspoon vanilla and mix thoroughly. Spoon into ramekin and refrigerate until meal is ready to be eaten.

 

How to Make Cucumber and Yogurt Sauce

Posted April 15th, 2016 by Garth

Cucumber yogurt sauce, more commonly known as tzatziki is a very popular dish in the Mediterranean and with good reason. It is a refreshing, delicious dish that is packed full of nutrients. It is great for dipping vegetables or even falafel into, it’s also great for spreading on top of chicken for a unique cold salad.

Another advantage to this cucumber yogurt dip can be made in large batches and kept in the fridge for up to a week.

In order to make this delicious sauce you will need:

A large tub of plain, low fat yogurt

1 lemon

1 large cucumber

1 clove of garlic

1 tsp. parsley

The first thing you will need to do is peel your cucumber, make sure that it is completely peeled as no skin should be left on or it will not blend properly. Once you have done this then you will need to seed the cucumber, you can do this by slicing the cucumber in half length ways and using a teaspoon to scrape the seeds out. Try to keep as much flesh as possible. Once you have peeled and seeded the cucumber then you will need to either finely dice or grate it

Add 8oz plain yogurt into a bowl and then add the diced or grated cucumber, for a completely smooth dip you can blend these ingredients in a food processor or for a sauce with more texture you can simply stir them.

The next thing you need to do is peel all of the skin away from the clove of garlic and mince it finely. Add this to the bowl containing the cucumber and yogurt and then add the juice of half of the lemon. Try to avoid letting any lemon seeds fall into the dip and if they do you need to try and remove them.

The next step is to chop the parsley as finely as you can, the parsley will add a really subtle flavour to the sauce but it needs to be chopped as finely as possible. Once you have chopped it then add it to the mixture and either stir or blend. Many people add dried parsley to the sauce instead of fresh parsley, this is much easier to use and does not require any chopping.

Add salt and pepper to taste and then refrigerate the entire mixture. Serve chilled and with a sprig of fresh parsley on top to garnish.

You can add other ingredients to the mixture if you want to make a variation on this sauce; some popular choices are chopped chillies, vinegar or even limes.

Sources; Nigella online.

Homemade Mustard Recipes

Posted April 14th, 2016 by Lakenya

With the abundance of commercially prepared mustards available, you might question the notion of making your own mustard. The fact is, it’s easy, inexpensive and a great way to make a mustard custom-suited to whatever you’re having for dinner that night. Homemade mustard can be made either from seeds or mustard powder. When making mustard from powdered mustard all you need is a bowl, some mustard, liquid, and a spoon. Making from seeds you’ll need a blender or food processor for grinding.

All you need is to mix equal parts mustard powder and water to make a simple paste. Add some sugar to cut mustard’s natural heat and you’re set. Your mustard’s flavor can be easily changed with the addition of herbs, spices, salt, or sweeteners. Below are some recipes that will be great on sandwiches or for use in sauces. Once you’ve gotten the hang of making some of these mustards, get creative. Substitute out some of the liquids, creating your own deli, stone ground, or honey mustards.

Beer Thyme Mustard

1/4 cup brown mustard seeds

1/4 cup yellow mustard seeds

3/4 cup English Brown Ale

1 Tbsp mustard powder

1 Tbsp onion flakes

2 tsp thyme

1/2 cup cider or apple cider vinegar

1 tsp kosher or sea salt

1) Soak the mustard seeds in beer overnight. The next day add the mustard powder, onion flakes and thyme to the soaking mustard seeds and allow to sit for a half hour.

2) Place the mustard mixture in a blender along with the vinegar and salt. Grind until it’s the consistency of a paste, with some seeds remaining visible.

3) Transfer to a glass jar, cover and let stand 4-5 days before using. This gives the mustard a chance to let the flavors blend. When ready for use, store mustard in the fridge.

Grainy Mustard With Sun Dried Tomatoes

1/4 cup yellow mustard seeds

1/4 cup brown mustard seeds

4 sun dried tomatoes soaked in oil

1 cup dry white wine

4 tsp mustard powder

1/4 white wine vinegar

1/4 cup chopped fresh basil leaves

1/2 tsp kosher or sea salt

Freshly ground pepper to taste

1) Soak the mustard seeds in the wine overnight.

2) Combine the seeds with the tomatoes and remaining ingredients in the container of a blender. Grind to a paste.

3) Transfer to a glass jar, cover and refrigerate 4-5 days before using.

Again, this allows the flavors to blend together. When ready for use, transfer to the fridge and use as desired.

Flavored Butter Recipes

Posted April 14th, 2016 by Deadra

Also known as compound butter, flavored butters are a wonderfully versatile addition to many dishes. Flavored butters are made by blending softened butter with other ingredients such as fresh herbs, garlic, or spices. The butter is then rolled into a log, sliced, and added to the dish. Most often, flavored butter is used as a condiment or as a flavoring for grilled steaks and seafood, but can also be great additions to sauces or a creative way to baste meats as they cook. Although compound butters can be made with a blender or food processor, they’re very easy to make by hand.

The key to making your compound butter is allowing it to come to room temperature. You can tell the butter is softened properly because it gives slightly when pressed without cracking or separating. What follows are some recipes for flavored butter. Any of them can be used on grilled meats (steaks or pork for instance) or as a condiment or ingredient in your favorite sauce. 

Blue Cheese Butter

8 Tbsp butter

1/2-1/3 cup blue cheese

1) In a medium bowl combine the butter and blue cheese, mixing well. 

2) Place the flavored butter on a piece of waxed paper. Form it into a rough cylinder and wrap it up.

3) Put the flavored butter in the fridge and chill until firm. Slice and serve on top of grilled steaks

.A-1 Parsley Butter

1/2 lb butter, room temperature

1/4 cup A-1 sauce

1/4 cup roughly chopped fresh parsley

Kosher salt to taste

Freshly ground pepper to taste

1) In a small bowl combine the butter, A-1, parsley, salt and pepper and mix well.

2) Place on a piece of waxed paper and roll into a rough cylinder.

3) Place in the refrigerator and chill until firm. Slice the butter and place pats on top of your favorite oven baked beef casserole, reserving the rest to be served along the side.

Chilli Butter

1 stick butter, softened

1/2 tsp kosher or sea salt

1/4 tsp freshly ground pepper

4 tsp chilli powder

1.5 tsp lime juice

1 clove garlic, minced

1) In a small bowl combine the butter and other ingredients and mix well.

2) Place on a piece of waxed paper and roll into a rough cylinder.

3) Place in the refrigerator and chill until firm. Slice the butter and place pats on your favorite grilled steak or pork chops. They can also be placed under the skin of whole or cut up chicken before roasting in the oven.