Posted: Wed Apr 16, 2014 4:33 pm
Same here. I think understanding what poison sugar is, and what its harmful effects are, would change a lot.Jiva wrote:Actually, I think having some kind of grasp on everyday drugs like caffeine and the various sugars are more important than other drugs, legal or otherwise, that aren't usually consumed so regularly.
Even I don't see so called party drugs in "good light". One MDMA- session was lifechanging for me. Year of therapy, but I took it as a therapy and not just for partying. It worked that time, but I have no interest of using the stuff. It did it's magic and to use it more would make no sense.Jiva wrote:For 'party' drugs like cocaine, MDMA and the whole range of designer drugs, I personally don't see how any usage apart from hedonism is possible, but I'm sure there are people out there who have had positive occult experiences while using them. But, as Nefastos said, especially the harder drugs can destabilise people quite easily, if only temporarily; anything that affects the serotonin level in someone's brain is going to take at least a few days to resolve itself.