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Worlds most dangerous drug.
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Posted 5/16/12 , edited 5/16/12
Its called, Scopolamine. Pretty crazy. All a person has to do is be by you, and blow it in your face and you become completely under their control; Its airborne and highly potent. Holy shit. No black out. No trip. You're fully aware of while its happening. But when it wears off you have amnesia. Its been said that the CIA used this as a truth serum, and people have been coerced while under the effects of this drug to kill their own families/ or themselves.

Though I doubt its very likely for this drug to have any influence in Northern America, but just be cautious.. I Def won't be gettin trapped by a woman's beauty...
which is ironic cause I skipped half of this vid to watch "the biggest butt in Brazil" video lol.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ToQ8PWYnu04
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21 / M / Tiphares
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Posted 5/16/12
Scopolamine eh.... I wouldn't necessarily call it dangerous.
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Posted 5/16/12
crazy...i skipped to lol
Posted 5/16/12
Really? Because I would have to peg tobacco being the worlds most dangerous seeing as the amount of health and ecological risk it comes with
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Posted 5/16/12
Nope I have to disagree with you there, after doing pretty much every drug known (and a few that might not be) I'd have to say the one that fucked up my life more than any other would probably be MMORPG.
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Posted 5/16/12
This is one of the hoaxes going around this year - was started by a chain letter.

Yes, Scolopamine is psychoactive. No, it does not allow people to magically seize control of your body and bypass your brain. It causes delirium, psychosis, and amnesia which might make you more susceptible to manipulation. But then again, just about every psychoactive drug out there makes you more susceptible to manipulation.

What is most likely happening here is that Scolopamine is causing "depersonalization" (many drugs can cause this, especially certain anasthetics) - a dissassociation disorder where the victim feels as if they are not in control of their own actions. What is important here is that "depersonalization" doesn't mean that someone else is in control of your actions - it means that you feel as if you body is on "autopilot", or that you are a machine/robot. If you combine this with impaired judgement, amnesia and some social engineering then you will probably get a bunch of people claiming that they were under some sort of mind control. When in reality, they were drunk/high/impaired and made a stupid decision at someone else's behest.
Posted 5/16/12
Been there, done that. Half of the population would become Nazis. And I? The rise of power all over again.
Posted 5/16/12
Hurray! :DD Now mind control isn't fantasy anymore! :3 Thank you for informing me on this great drug that will help me on my plans of world domination.
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Posted 5/16/12
Although I know Wikipedia isn't the best resource, it does corroborate Taedrin's reply and also mentions the above claim with specific reference to the Daily Mail article that it seems to be related to (which also neglects to suggest that the commonality of its source might be a factor that affects the "baffling" frequency of Scopolamine-related crimes).
As an Acetylcholine antagonist (muscarinic antagonists are a specific type of Acetylcholine antagonist), its not surprising that Scopolamine will affect memory, as Acetylcholine is found frequently in neurons involved in the formation and maintenance of memory (though, aside from the presence of Acetylcholine in motor neurons, that's the extent of my knowledge about it, so I can't really say that I fully appreciate all of its effects).
As for it being some superdrug, that I can tell is most likely not true, so it doesn't really pay to be overly wary of it. Just treat it like you would any other drug that people could use to try and swindle or harm you.
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Posted 5/16/12
i'd imagine the most "dangerous" drugs are those encompassing the highest potential for abuse/misuse (i.e. CNS stimulants, depressants etc.)
Posted 5/19/12
Pffft, sounds like a load of bull excrement
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Posted 5/26/12
lol I just went to ur link, and then I also clicked "bit biggest butt in brazil"... it's not even that big -.-
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Posted 5/26/12
Dont do drugs ppl.
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Posted 5/26/12
Considering the alternative: Living
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Posted 5/26/12

haikinka wrote:

Pffft, sounds like a load of bull excrement


excrement. <---- hahaha that was a good lulz


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