My dear friend Dr. Raoul Duke consumed a pill consisting of 120mg BZP and 25 mg TFMPP at a party recently. He was well aware of the warnings to avoid alcohol
, but given that he is regular drinker/drug
user, he decided to proceed -perhaps foolishly- with moderate drinking throughout the evening. Raoul was catious in how much liqour he consumed, and drank mixed drinks with fruit juices heavy in vitamn C and antioxidants, interspersed with large glasses of water, but in all felt that he had consumed a fairly hearty amount of alcohol by the end of the night. Weary of a terrible hangover the next day, which Dr. Duke's research had led him to expect, he went to sleep. Upon awaking the fallowing morning, Raoul said that he felt in such great shape he thought he might still be high. But sure enough, as the day wore on, Raoul remained in excellent condition with no negative side effects
to report what-so-ever. He doesnt know for sure, and I can't possibly know myself, but we both believe that my friends complete lack of hangover is attributed entirely to the large amount of fruit juice and water consumed through-out the night. As a bartender, I know fruit juices -especially antioxidant-rich juices- can make the difference between a bright and shiny next day, and feeling like re-heated death. My only theory is that the same principal applies to BZP/TFMPP, and Raoul seems to agree.
Yail Bloor added 9 Minutes and 51 Seconds later...
Sorry that last post was 170mg BZP, 25mg TFMPP. My bad.