Okay, so I've wanted to try meth
via I.V. for a while now. I've been smoking fairly heavily over the course of about 3.5 to 4 years, and the curiosity has just become to much and I'm ready to try shooting up. Over the course of the past few years I have done a fair amount of research on how to properly shoot up, and think I have a solid idea of what I'm doing, and how to do it properly. Unfortunately
I don't have anyone with experience here with me to guide me or do it for me. That being said,
I do have very good hand/eye coordination, and wouldn't do anything to myself that would put
me in extreme danger. I am very confident and sure of myself that I can do this on my own.
I know there are threads that explain how to shoot up, but rather than follow instructions I think the safest thing for me to do is list MY instructions and hopefully some of you experienced needle users can point out any mistakes in my process, or anything I left out, or anything that I shouldn't be doing.
So the needle I have I got from this dude, still in package reads:
U-100 Insulin Syringe 28G1/2
So firstly, is this gauge correct/good for shooting up meth?
And here is my process that I am going to follow, unless one of you finds
any faults with it:
1) Take my meth, put it in a spoon, add enough water to dissolve it.
2) Put a clean piece of compacted cotton into the spoon to soak up all the
water/meth. (I don't have cotton balls, but I have Q-tips of which I just tore off the
ends, I hope this is okay?)
4) Draw up the water by sticking the needle into the cotton ball and pull the plunger
until it has sucked up all the water.
5) Depress the syringe a tiny bit to ensure there is no air in the chamber.
6) with one end of my tourniquet in my mouth, and the bevel facing downwards,
at a twenty or so degree angle, slowly push the needle tip into the vein (parallel to the vein)
just barely making sure not to insert too far.
7) Draw the plunger back very slightly, and look for blood to come into the chamber.
If no blood enters the chamber, pull the needle out, take a breath and try again.
8) If blood does enter the chamber, untie the tourniquet with my mouth.
9) slowly and steadily depress the plunger until it has all entered my bloodstream.
10) Pull out needle and feel good.
So that's what I think I'm supposed to be doing. Of course I won't attempt this until someone
can confirm these steps, or until someone can correct them.
Another couple questions:
A) I'm only planning on doing a medium dose. How many CC's should be in my chamber? I know obviously there needs to be enough water to completely dissolve the meth, but at what point is there too much water? Can there be too much water? I am under the impression a regular shot should be around 30 cc's or so, is that correct?
B) Can I use regular tap water? I am on a well, not city water, and have extremely clean water
at my house. Should I boil the water first?
C) My vein (the largest most visible one on the inside of my left arm where it bends at the elbow travelling from the inside to the outside) is already quite visible. Is tying off 100% necessary? Does the
vein need to be bulging out quite a bit? I ask because I'd prefer as few steps possible to worry about my first time around.
- Is there anything else you can think of that I should know before trying this?
Please don't try talk me out of it, or explain to me the dangers of getting into IV, I already
know all about them, I know what I'm doing, and my mind is already made up.
To anyone who can give me a concise, detailed, and thorough reply to this thread - You will
be forever in my good books, and I will greatly, GREATLY appreciate it.
Also, I don't want anyone to be worried about liability or anything like that. I understand that
even if I get what seems like a good response, that there can be errors in your replies that can
potentially be harmful to me. This is a risk that I fully understand, and I take full responsibility for
anything that can potentially go wrong. Don't worry, if you reply, it's not your fault if something
does happen to go wrong. Besides, I will be going off of your answers along with tons of other research
I am doing before I attempt this, I'm not going to do anything until I have at least a few sets of
instructions that coincide with each other, and am not going to do anything until I am 100% sure
of the proper instructions.