Talk:4-HO-DiPT

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  • I have used 4-HO-DIPT about 5 times. I used between 16-30mg. Even at the lowest doses, it was still an intense drug. The body load was heavy. The friend I did it with the first time also experienced heavy effects. We referred to it as "Crippling." Both of us couldnt sleep for up to 12 hours after taking the drug. Each time i used it, my mind was so fragmented and distorted that i couldn't even keep up with conversations, or speak sentences. If i spoke/heard a few words, i would get lost. I don't plan to use it again, but man, it was intense. -SuperLazyAss 11-14-04.

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This article really needs to be cleaned up. I don't know how to put the "This section requires cleanup" tag on the top, but it really does.

61.9.204.168 08:47, 29 January 2007 (UTC)

I removed the unsubstantiated claims written by enthusiasts of this drug; they were not suitable for an encyclopaedia article. This may be reverted as vandalism but i think it makes the content more appropriate, after all if people want to take this stuff they will find out for themselves what it does. The content that was on there was totally subjective and may differ substantially from other people's experiences. Meodipt 23:18, 29 January 2007 (UTC)