Citation: Cryss Curry. "The Sudafed of Opiates: An Experience with Loperamide (exp92250)". Erowid.org. May 4, 2016. erowid.org/exp/92250
After hearing from several people that taking high doses of Loperamide (a common over the counter medication) did indeed give them a full on, euphoric, opiate high. I decided to test it out myself. Now here I suppose it is important to point out my experience with psychoactive chemicals. I have been smoking marijuanna for at least 7 years I have dabbled in, mushrooms, DXM, extacy (real and piperazine), meth, xanax, cocaine, and many many more. My drug of choice is and always has been Opiates. I started taking Vicodins then moved upto oxycodone (instant and delayed oxycontin) and ultimately ended up becoming dependent on Heroin. Knowing that, it should come as no suprise that loperamide and its said effects interested me.
My original goal in this experimentation was to find out if indeed there was a readily available over the counter medication that could help someone through the opiate withdrawal process if they did in fact have no way of getting their drug of choice.
-12PM drove to walmart and bought a 48 count generic 2mg Equate brand of loperamide.
-12:30 I got home and preceded to take all 48 lopes.
-1:00 I turn on the TV and start messing around online.
-1:30 I am not sure if it is the placebo effect but I believe I am starting to feel that 'morphine leg' feeling.
-2:00-30 I am certainly 100% feeling some sort of high from this drug. It reminds me the most of fentanyl.
-3:00 My pupils are pinpoints and I have the typical opiate scratches. I would say this experiment has been a success.
I had a very elevated and euphoric mood the rest of the day and still felt the effects into the next day. A big plus is the length of time this drug is active.
Taking 48 pills of anything is dangerous. I personally had no problems and not even an upset stomach.
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