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Long term/permanent effects

PostPosted: Wed May 15, 2013 6:39 am
by Jichoi
Can these have permenant and long term effects that the real drugs have?

Examples are

-minor brain damage
-loss of co ordination
-loss of thought
-memory loss

I see that idoser has no claims for medical effects..

Does this mean that you do not claim that it is completley safe and non harming?

Re: Long term/permanent effects

PostPosted: Wed May 15, 2013 4:29 pm
by Karapar12
By what I know, no, they do not.

Re: Long term/permanent effects

PostPosted: Wed May 15, 2013 4:39 pm
by Denial
Hello Jichoi, I'm also new here, so besides I'm still having some questions about doses, I know the answer for this one. Like, I've spent many time searching about binaural beats (IDoser), and this kind of stuff, that 'cause I like mind stuff. But straight to the point.

One-Word Answer: No.

Complete Answer: Not exactly. Besides you probably think that because it's called IDoser and it has fame for making binaural beats (see more here: with drug effects that promise to get you high, just as the drug you selected, it doesn't take a permanent effect on you. It works just like hypnosis, as if you were being hypnotized by some professional and he starts to say to you that you're high. You'll actually be high, but relax, this just works with your mind, it won't destroy your nervous system nor anything related. Maybe you can get some of your mentioned consequences, like memory loss, due to the temporary dose effect (I'm not sure), and as soon as the effect finishes, your brain will return to normal. If you wanna finish the effect of the dose, you can use Reset (see here: If you wanna a official statement about that, you can check the IDoser FAQ (see here: So, actually, it is safe and non harming. But be careful, if you try some doses as Gate of Hades, or Hand of God, besides it won't bring anything permanent, you can get hallucinations, (intense) fear, and this kind of negative stuff. But the dose alerts you about that, so it's for your own risk, but it still doesn't harm you.

Help I helped ya. Any more questions, you can post here, and if you have more luck, someone that know more than me may help you more.