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    I try to use Xanax as sparingly as possible. . . . After coming off(blank), I had terrible anxiety and couldn't sleep worth a crap. During the day I'm totally fine. But, at night - when I was used to being (blank) I straight could not sleep and built anxiety.

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    85/63 pulse 61

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    Quote Originally Posted by Couchlockd View Post
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    Reefer lowers BP

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    Quote Originally Posted by MToption2 View Post

    Reefer lowers BP
    You shush your mouth. I'm the official reefer be goner now, I've been given the task to shut down all and any reefer talks. Nip in the bud so to speak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Couchlockd View Post
    You shush your mouth. I'm the official reefer be goner now, I've been given the task to shut down all and any reefer talks. Nip in the bud so to speak.
    That's not very kind, bud

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailRunAZ View Post

    That's not very kind, bud
    Heheh..



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    I'm getting worried now. I'm being pulled back in..

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    Quote Originally Posted by MToption2 View Post
    Reefer lowers BP
    Has not been my thing for a while now

    And, actually it does not. It raises your heart rate - and, I would figure BP also

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    Quote Originally Posted by MToption2 View Post
    Reefer lowers BP
    It also lowers testosterone

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.BB View Post

    It also lowers testosterone
    Yeah I will say, it makes my heart thump pretty good sometimes almost scary.

    I've not smoked cigs or that in 9 days(also no vaping or edibles)

    I honestly feel great tons of energy can breath better.

    I will never touch cigs again ever. The other, I could use a break, every body needs a break. Too much of a good thing is not good. That's also the good thing about that. You can actually quite no problem, no worse for wear. Can't be said really about another type of substance, from alcohol to harder things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by < <Samson> > View Post
    Has not been my thing for a while now

    And, actually it does not. It raises your heart rate - and, I would figure BP also
    It's not my thing either.

    It does lower bp mate.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.BB View Post
    It also lowers testosterone
    Sure does albeit mildly. But if someones on TRT, it doesn't matter.

    Quote Originally Posted by Couchlockd View Post
    I've not smoked cigs or that in 9 days(also no vaping or edibles)

    I honestly feel great tons of energy can breath better.
    Good for you man.
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    Lowers BP, but raises the HR - word


    I just know, I don't care. Lol - downers haven't appealed to me since I was 18. Shit sure felt dif back then - now, I do any form of downer(including alcohol most of the time). Who cares about BP - I just fall asleep

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    Quote Originally Posted by < <Samson> > View Post
    Lowers BP, but raises the HR - word
    I tried as low as 10mg telmisartan (ang2 blocker), with the result BP stayed the same (140/90) but HR jumped in the 90-100 bpm range (normally around 70).

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    Quote Originally Posted by bizzarro View Post
    I tried as low as 10mg telmisartan (ang2 blocker), with the result BP stayed the same (140/90) but HR jumped in the 90-100 bpm range (normally around 70).
    Then you experience reflex tachycardia from the BP meds.
    Heart rate increase and bring your BP back up.

    If I take a beta blocker, (my HR can be as low as 40 sometimes),
    I get an increase in BP actually. It's because my resting HR is allready low enough and the beta blocker frees up adrenaline to bind to the alpha1 receptors causing vasoconstriction.
    Reason why you must never mix a beta blocker with a stimulant.
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    Off the tren e now, and still doing my holistic remedy stuff. Sitting at 130/70 this am. Def not bad - it's the tren, specially the e that gives me funky sides. . . I'll stay off for a bit & try ace again later to see how it treats me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by < <Samson> > View Post
    Any notable sides from it all? Also, what dose are you taking?
    10 mg.
    No sides.
    My mom got the dreaded dry cough though, so she had to switch meds...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.BB View Post
    It also lowers testosterone
    A flawed study, that's been debunked.
    Though, it persists, as a myth...

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