Originally Posted by joshua666
Ok so swim
was wondering about this...
Swim heard that the less water u use,the stronger the rush will be,now does it mater how much?
Can it ever be to concintraited to be safe,if u use just a little tiny bit for the extra rush?
I know swim can tell a difference big time,more water equals less rush,smoother high..and less water seems to cause a much stronger quicker high,any thought on this?
Less water does not result in a more intense rush for heroin
or pills or anything. Simply put, this is a myth. Water is relevant from a harm reduction
point of view however. More is better within reason. The more concentrated the solution the more caustic it is and hence the more damage it will cause to one's veins (especially true for black tar which often contains unreacted acetic anhyride and other reagents). However, this needs to be counterbalanced against the fact that one does not want to use a massive amount of liquid which is probably hard on your veins also, mostly because you will be tempted to shoot it fast (bad idea). Slower is easier on your veins and again the speed with which you inject the heroin, even if you pause for a bit to feel the hit (overdose prevention)
, has almost no bearing on the rush because however long it takes you to do the shot will be insignificant in comparison to how long it takes the heroin to be cleared out of the brain.
Some people even leave the tourniquet on and take it off after the injection is done so that they can "get all of it at once." This does not work (tourniquets just increase pressure downstream, they won't stop bloodflow entirely unless you tie a ridiculous one) and it is dangerous to inject before removing the tie because this increases the stress on the veins. Not to mention the fact that it makes it difficult to feel the hit and hence increases the risk of overdose.
Bottom line SWIY should probably use 30 units at a minimum. More may be inconvenient if you use small syringes but is ok if you use large ones.