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Old 19-02-2013, 15:18
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Is haloperidol worth the high?

AFOAF just got a bottle of Haloperidol (Haldol), he's been on cyamemazine (Tercian) for about a year but wants to know if haloperidol will make him euphoric or just sleepy.
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Old 19-02-2013, 16:01
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Re: Is haloperidol worth the high?

One time, I took Haldol after days' Ketamine binge. I expected to chill or sleep but instead got incredible euphoria. Spent the whole day masturbating or writing lyrics...wow.

You know the parts of the skull where 'devil horns' would be? Those parts of my brain were tingling, very active. I felt like I had twin racing-carburettors pumping serotonin into my brain! Stronger than MDMA; more sexy anyway. And no comedown! Not what I expected...and since then, I get nothing from Haldol. Not even drowsy.

So, IME anything could happen! Strange chemical, which I am done messing with. I am basically sane so don't intend taking such medicine (anti-psychotics) again.


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Old 19-02-2013, 16:08
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Re: Is haloperidol worth the high?

Haldol does not "get you high". Like all anti-psychotics, it's fine if you have utterly debilitating schizophrenia, but little else. Bring it to a pharmacy for proper disposal, just say you found it on the street and didn't want kids getting it.

Seriously, unless you like drooling, it's not worth touching.

Also, why did you think it would get you high?

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Old 19-02-2013, 17:22
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Re: Is haloperidol worth the high?

As potter pointed out, antipsychotics do not produce a high or any euphoria at all.Dextromethorphan-containing cough syrup is several times more recreational than haloperidol, and is prescription-free.

Antipsychotics are very damaging drugs, and have very serious long-term effects (too many to list here) and will make you feel dysphoric, rather than euphoric.

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Old 19-02-2013, 17:45
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Re: Is haloperidol worth the high?

All right thanks to all y'all. Just wanted to know, I tried it and got an anxiolytic effect at best, but no euphoria. It's not worth the high now I can say so

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Old 19-02-2013, 19:33
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Re: Is haloperidol worth the high?

Haloperidol caused the worst, most horrifying experience in my almost 63 years of life. If there is a Hell, it will be like the two days I spent on Haldol in a hospital (ICU) setting. It was given to me for pain from extreme physical trauma. There is an indication for this drug for intractable pain, but whoever wrote that into the label didn't watch me try to get out bed with a multiple compound femur, ripping out all my IV's and thrashing in bed after being restrained.

Follow the advise to get rid of it properly. DO NOT TAKE IT.

Sorry, I didn't see that you did indeed take it. What is an anti-psychotic effect? How would you know, unless you were in fact suffering from Schizophrenia (or similar metal disorder) that also manifested in psychosis?

I AM glad you didn't suffer the extra-pyramidal reactions that I was forced to live through.

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illustrates some of the more frequent distressing effects of haloperidol
I had experienced the same side effects. 3 days hospital with extrapyramidal symptoms.

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Old 19-02-2013, 19:42
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Re: Is haloperidol worth the high?

"Not worth the high now"? what high? I mean there are things that get you "high" but aren't worth it, due to come down or body effects, but that's not this.

How are you defining "high"?

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Old 26-02-2013, 21:04
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Re: Is haloperidol worth the high?

Jordan34660, please note that Cyamemazine is also an antipsychotic (of the phenothiazine group). If this is taken in combination with Haloperidol there may be a greatly increased potential for negative effects. This combination may lead to an increased risk of sudden cardiac death, use of more than one antipsychotic requires supervision to ensure that doses do not exceed the recommended maximum.

Here are some of the more notable negative effects of Haloperidol. Some of these effects are also shared with many other antipsychotics to a greater or lesser extent:
  • Movement disorders such as dystonic reactions (which can be life-threatening) and oculogyric crisis. These can leave you feeling as if you're being strangled by an invisible giant, while your eyes rotate upwards. There is also the chance of experiencing akathisia, i.e. restless legs and hours of jittery relentless pacing.
  • Sexual dysfunction and problems with ejaculation.
  • Sudden death due to prolongation of part of the heart's cycle, associated with an increase in the interval between Q and T waves of the heart's electrical cycle.
  • Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome, a potentially fatal neurological disorder.
  • Serious skin disorders such as Stevens-Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis. These can also be life-threatening.
There are many more possible negative effects. The effects of haloperidol are sufficiently unpleasant to make compliance with treatment difficult in many cases. This drug has zero recreational value and could pose a real threat to health and well-being if used without specialist supervision.

Source: British National Formulary February 2013.

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Old 27-02-2013, 00:00
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Re: Is haloperidol worth the high?

SWIM have also taken this crap. It is completely awful. It won't get you high. You'll get sleepy and won't be able to control your moviments.

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Old 28-02-2013, 15:12
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Re: Is haloperidol worth the high?

Anti-psychotics are completely and utterly destructive to the dopamine reward system in the brain. Why would anyone on freaking Earth that was not forced to take these evil poisons in a psychiatric unit want to get high on them? It beats me.
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Old 28-02-2013, 16:42
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Re: Is haloperidol worth the high?

I wouldn't take haldol if you paid me to and I'm pretty broke. I've seen a few of our clients given this drug when they went into the hospital. One of the elderly ladies was discharged and didn't recognize any of us upon return. We were really worried but after a few days she was back to her old self.
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Old 01-03-2013, 15:26
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Re: Is haloperidol worth the high?

Before I start this addition to this thread let me say that I'm not speaking from a mountain of virtue. I've done my share of stupid shit to get high. That said here we go:

If by chance someone doesn't gotten the picture that Haldol is not recreational. (Reference my earlier post in this thread.) The doc who put me on this med in ICU, hoping to control intractable pain from multiple traumas/surgeries was overruled by a psychiatrist (Thanks to my loving and diligent wife going off-line to get the psyc-doc involved). The medication used by the psychiatrist to break the control of the Haldol was IV Cogentin and Diphenhydramine (Benadryl).

So, if you took Haldol for fun and found the amusement park Haunted House to be real, at least one of the counteractive medications is available over the counter.

I highly recommend that if you suffer any side effects of Haldol that are frightening....get to a psychiatrist ASAP. He'll know what to do. But, in an emergency, Benadryl (taken as labeled) certainly won"t hurt a very high percentage of most people. No drug is without some potential danger...even good ole' Benadryl.

The problem is the question that started this thread. People want to get high so bad they will take anything that sounds even remotely like it might get you stoned. Krockodil, Datura and even Haliperidol.

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Old 01-03-2013, 17:34
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Re: Is haloperidol worth the high?

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If by chance someone doesn't gotten the picture that Haldol is not recreational. (Reference my earlier post in this thread.) The doc who put me on this med in ICU, hoping to control intractable pain from multiple traumas/surgeries was overruled by a psychiatrist (Thanks to my loving and diligent wife going off-line to get the psyc-doc involved). The medication used by the psychiatrist to break the control of the Haldol was IV Cogentin and Diphenhydramine (Benadryl).
I started surfing the web 10min. ago with the intention of finding sources as to prove just how nonsensical anticholinergic treatment was for a haloperidol overdose.I was surprised to find, however, that I was wrong, which is interesting.

Why would an anti-cholinergic drug be given as....of course.I honestly just realized the answer in the middle of this sentence.It's not a direct antidote, but rather a treatment for dystonia by reducing cholinergic muscle stimulation.

This, however, doesn't seem to be an antidote at all, but rather just the treatment of 1 symptom.DO NOT take this as advice, as it is theoretical, but the only possible real antidotes I can think of would be amphetamines and related dopaminergic drugs.

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Old 02-03-2013, 17:52
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Re: Is haloperidol worth the high?

Robo - Thanks for the additional information.

As you probably discovered, the use of Congentin (which is chemically closely related to Benadryl) is to counteract some of the more disturbing, physical extra-pyramidal effects of both phenothizines (Thorazine) and Butyrophenones (Haldol). Some of these drug induced symptoms (most specifically, extreme muscle contractions/distortions) can be permanent.

The intention of sharing my experience was to offer an emergency only, OTC option of potential relief (a chemical splint if you will, that might help before your get to a doctor for X-rays, fracture reductions and fiberglass casts), should someone be stupid enough to take Haldol for fun...only to discover it's extremely horrific side effects.

The report of my experience was not intended as medical, nor did I say to use Benadryl in lieu of my primary advice, which was "to seek professional help of a psychiatrist". I should have made this point more clear and/or emphatic.

Robo - I'm glad you clarified that these drugs (Cogentin and Benadryl) are not true antidotes to anti-psychotic drug side effects...but they did save my mind and after waking from a 36 hour sleep cycle, I was back to my normal state of consciousness.
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Old 02-03-2013, 18:00
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Re: Is haloperidol worth the high?

Haloperidol sucks fucking cock. I got in the the hospital after they put my in restraints and was trying to break free and yelling racists and sexist slurs at the staff. I remembering calling one guy a bitch and a racist slur for a black person and telling him if he just untied one of my arms I'd whoop the fuck out of him. The next thing I heard was "get the Haladol" and I woke up some 20 something hours later.

If that is your idea of a "high" go for it man.
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Old 02-03-2013, 20:07
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Re: Is haloperidol worth the high?

No, you will not get high from haloperidol. It's a very strong antipsychotic medicine, with strong sedative effects, but with side effects that YOU WILL EXPERIENCE THEM FROM THE FIRST TIME OF USE - PURE HELL:
Informations from wiki:
"Acute dystonic reactions: muscular spasms of neck – torticollis, eyes – oculogyric crisis, tongue, or jaw; more frequent in children
Akathisia: A feeling of motor restlessness
Pseudoparkinsonism: drug-induced parkinsonism (cogwheel rigidity, bradykinesia/akinesia, resting tremor, and postural instability; more frequent in adults and the elderly). Although Parkinson's disease is primarily a disease of the nigrostriatal pathway and not the extrapyramidal system, loss of dopaminergic neurons in the substantia nigra leads to dysregulation of the extrapyramidal system. Since this system regulates posture and skeletal muscle tone, a result is the characteristic bradykinesia of Parkinson's.
Tardive dyskinesia: involuntary asymmetrical movements of the muscles". The worst of all.

Anyway, my personal story: when I was 17 years old, I had stolen some pills from my unkle, to get high, who suffers from schizophrenia. The pills were Penfluridol (brand name Flupidol, they don't exist anymore, is very old med with many side effects), with very long high-life. Penfluridol is very simiral to haloperidol. Is a highly potent antipsychotic compound, prescribed for chronic schizophrenia and similar psychotic disorders. I ate 4 of them. Next day I told my mother (what a shame...) what I have done and I started to have extrapyramidal effects - all the side effects that I posted above. Three days at hospital, I was thinking that I was dying. I was very young I did not know what pills I popped. HELL. My parents were crying because I also had seizures
The treatment was Biperiden (brand name Akineton) intravenous or Trihexyphenidyl (brand names, Artane, Apo-Trihex, Parkin, Pacitane) - I don't remember, and intravenous benzodiazepines If I remember correct.
If you want to try haloperidol you MUST take also Biperiden or Trihexyphenidyl, to avoid extrapyramidal symptoms - you don't want to go to hospital ER.
No recreation - you will just go to sleep and fell awfull, with hang-over next day - trust me...
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Robo - I'm glad you clarified that these drugs (Cogentin and Benadryl) are not true antidotes to anti-psychotic drug side effects...but they did save my mind and after waking from a 36 hour sleep cycle, I was back to my normal state of consciousness.
Sounds horrific.I'm glad to hear you got through it, and agree that some diphenhydramine should be of some help in that case.

In any case, this is not the first time I've heard of someone using antipsychotics recreationally, at least once before realizing it sucks.

We, members of this forum, have a basic knowledge of prescription drugs and how they differ that we sometimes take for granted.Some people, really don't know what an antipsychotic is or how it may be different from a benzodiazepine.

All they hear/read is "prescription drug" and they assume it must be recreational, specially when they're referred to as "sedatives", such is the case with haloperidol.I even remember an episode of House M.D in which a patient in a mental institution was faking psychotic breaks in order to get some Halodol.

I truly despise people who put chemicals in their body to "get high" and can't even pretend to know what it is they're taking, much less how it works.It's always those type of people that end up on the news, reinforcing public fear of "drugs" in the general sense of the word after they end up dead.

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Old 03-03-2013, 11:33
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Re: Is haloperidol worth the high?

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"In any case, this is not the first time I've heard of someone using antipsychotics recreationally, at least once before realizing it sucks.

We, members of this forum, have a basic knowledge of prescription drugs and how they differ that we sometimes take for granted.Some people, really don't know what an antipsychotic is or how it may be different from a benzodiazepine.

All they hear/read is "prescription drug" and they assume it must be recreational, specially when they're referred to as "sedatives", such is the case with haloperidol.I even remember an episode of House M.D in which a patient in a mental institution was faking psychotic breaks in order to get some Halodol.

I truly despise people who put chemicals in their body to "get high" and can't even pretend to know what it is they're taking, much less how it works.It's always those type of people that end up on the news, reinforcing public fear of "drugs" in the general sense of the word after they end up dead."
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What a great answer - post. Excellent, tottaly agree.
Thank you for adding these informations Robo.!

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Re: Is haloperidol worth the high?

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One time, I took Haldol after days' Ketamine binge. I expected to chill or sleep but instead got incredible euphoria. . . .Stronger than MDMA; more sexy anyway. And no comedown!
This post has been receiving some negative attention which needs to be addressed in this thread rather than as conflict-of-opinion rep comments.

Understandably there are those for whom the mere mention of this substance evokes recall of hellish experiences and posts such as this can seem an absolute contradiction to the subject. Also, the choice of words used to describe the reported subjective effects are clearly exceptionally positive and may be considered by some as a potential encouragement for others to attempt to abuse this drug.

Instead of simply dishing out negative rep when faced with a post like this, I would ask that people, instead, counter the content with suitable argument and reference. That way the conflict of opinion can be debated rather than just lobbed around the rep system and we might, hopefully, end up with sufficient information with which to form a reasoned position that either supports or discounts the claims made.
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Re: Is haloperidol worth the high?

In accordance with MrG's request/fiat^ I welcome dispute and discussion concerning my posts. However, to hopefully forestall any more controversy and in the interests of harm reduction, I state now that I did not and would not encourage the reckless or unsupervised use or misuse of haloperidol.

Perhaps I should have made it clear originally (in #2,) I did not take it to get high. I took it as a response to symptoms of (mild) psychosis, engendered by overusing another substance. Which is all foolish; therefore I'm a fool so please don't copy me.

I stand by my post: the result was (surprisingly) euphoric. I agree this seems mysterious and counter-intuitive, but it happened. Once, and not again. As I wrote, I regard Haloperidol as a "strange chemical which I am done messing with." In fact, in my life I am striving towards the condition of being 'drug-free' (in my terms) so I do not condone or encourage the consumption of any psychoactive chemicals. Adults do so at their own risk...other adults should know this.

I will in future take more consideration in the language I use for trip-reports, and shall endeavour in particular not to let style overwhelm content. Thankyou for reading.


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