does 12 or 15 pills of benadryl enougth to make me see thing and get really high like acid
Asked by Letty Collova 4 months ago.
12-15 Benadryl is 300-375mg, Although I do not advocate the use of benadryl as recreational drug, That is not enough to kill you, the lethal dose is well over 2000mg. Diphenhydramine HCl, the active ingredient in Benadryl is not comparable to acid in it's trip effects however. You will experience extreme drowsiness, and will more then likely have a hard time staying awake through your whole trip. Both open and closed eye visuals and hallucinations are common in Benadryl experiences. If you must do this, I would recomend taking caffeine with this, or you won't remember anything the next day. WARNING: Benadryl is horrible for your liver, and continued use of it as a recreational drug has serious potential to lead to liver damage. Also, don't drive while on this! Erowid can give you some good information on this if you wish to learn more. Answered by Cassondra Halwood 4 months ago.
Clearly the entire folks announcing to not provide Benadryl in any respect are simply occurring intestine response. It is OK to provide your puppy benadryl for allergies. My possess vet has endorsed it to me ago. You need to take a appear at the field and opt for the right dosage situated on whether or not your puppy, if it had been a human, might have a weight viewed "grownup" or "youngster'. A 27 lb. puppy definately might get a youngster's dosage, however no longer an baby dosage. Dont' freak out. Give the dog the Benadryl within the quantity and frequency recomended for small children that's written at the field. Answered by Jayson Auxier 4 months ago.
amazing! I'm prob. the only one with a positive comment anyways... I tried around 15-20 Benadryl and fuuuuuuuck! I was out of it honestly, I blacked out and I couldn't walk I didn't feel my legs at all, I ate **** (fell) and hit my face now I have a scar haha but it was fun yolo Answered by Romona Corvin 4 months ago.
12 to 15 pills of benadyl is enough to kill you. Do not take more than recommended of any OTC medication. You might not wake up. Answered by Karolyn Vicario 4 months ago.
Go for it. Idiots like you who take their lives and bodies for granted get what they deserve when they abuse medicine and receive life lasting consequences. Hope the trip is worth it. Answered by Maximo Gosha 4 months ago.
You have a problem and need help! Answered by Jefferson Romas 4 months ago.
and send you to the E.R. Answered by Tegan Ruble 4 months ago.
Those are enough to kill you. Answered by Anitra Ellenwood 4 months ago.
Benadryl effects on the body?
What are some effects on the systems i am doing a project on it and can't find any effects
Asked by Miguel Nurmi 4 months ago.
I use benadryl everyday to help me sleep and to kill anxiety. It's an antihistamine which means it can help or save you if you have an allergic reaction. An allergic reaction is based on histamine response, usually a large on. So you take Benadryl as an ANTI-histamine to make the amount of histamine lower. That's laymans terms. Benadryl is a relatively potent (strong) hypnotic, which means it can induce sleep in most people quite easily, and it's used in many over the counter sleep aids because of this. Benadryl also has an anti-emetic effect, which means it can prevent you from throwing up or make vomiting less of an occurence during an illness or sea-sickness/vertigo. Benadryl is a mild-moderate anxiolytic, which means it can help people who have anxiety, or panic attacks. I use it for this purpose alongside Lorazepam and it works well. Benadryl and other antihistamines have been mixed with with narcotics (by a doctors approval ONLY) such as morphine, codeine, hydromorphone, oxymorphone, hydrocodone etc. What the benadryl does when it's mixed with these narcotics is make the user more sleepy (which can be dangerous) and adds to the pain relieving and calming effects of the two drugs being used toegether in synergy. Benadryl has many other uses but you should do some of your research on your own! Benadryl re-uptakes seratonin, this led to the discovery of PROZAC which is an SSRI class anti depressant or Selective seratonin reuptake inhibitor. Benadryl is similar to Gravol. 50mg of Gravol is equal to 27.2mg Benadryl. Keep in mind Gravol is called Dimenhydrinate chemically. It is not really a different drug, it's a mixture of 2 drugs. Diphenhydramine (benadryl) which helps with the vomiting and motion-sickness, and 8-chlorotheophylline, which is a minor stimulant. So the thought that went into making a 50mg "Gravol" pill was that they would use 27.2mg of Benadryl because of it's great anti-emetic also anti-histamine properties, and the remaining 22.8 mg would a combination of the drug 8-chlorotheophylline (the minor stimulant) and a small amount of binders and other things to make up the pill. So Gravol, became the less drowsy version of Benadryl basically. By adding the 8-Chlorotheophylline they counteracted the drowsiness of the Diphenhydramine or Benadryl. Make Sense yes? If you don't understand go to wikipedia, I'm not a very good writer but tried my best for you based on the things I know about drugs. Hope I helped , if not thats cool. Answered by Nelida Blomker 4 months ago.
That's an anticholinergic outcome. It shuts off your potential to sweat and also you over warmth. It can also be unsafe. Benadryl has a part lifetime of approximately eight to twelve hours, so in approximately 12 hours, it is going to have part as so much outcome because it does on the second. Don't do that once more. Answered by Ronnie Detore 4 months ago.
What is the history of benadryl?
I would like to know what the history of benadryl (the hayfever allergy tablet) is to do some leaflets on it. thanks
Asked by Cortez Menezes 4 months ago.
Benadryl is a brand name allergy medicine manufactured by McNeil Healthcare (UK) Limited. Benadryl is used as an antihistamine for the temporary relief of seasonal and perennial allergy symptoms. Benadryl is available for oral or topical use. In the U.S. Benadryl products contain the 1st generation antihistamine Diphenhydramine. Diphenhydramine is used as an allergy treatment in various forms around the world. Diphenhydramine is an H-1 receptor antagonist. Antagonism is achieved through blocking the effect of histamine more than blocking its production or release. Diphenhydramine inhibits most responses of smooth muscle to histamine and acts as a vasoconstrictor by inhibiting the vasodilator effects of histamine. The antagonism may also produce anticholinergic effects, antiemetic effects, and significant sedative side effects. In the United Kingdom Benadryl products contain either the 2nd generation antihistamine acrivastine (sold as Benadryl Allergy Relief) or the antihistamine cetirizine (sold as Benadryl Once a Day). Cetirizine is indicated for the relief of symptoms associated with allergy and hives. Cetirizine is an orally active and selective H1-receptor antagonist. Benadryl products are marketed in Australia and New Zealand by Johnson & Johnson Pacific. The generic form is diphenhydramine HCL, I believe its different in the UK as opposed to the States and Canada. Answered by Michael Katzman 4 months ago.
I usually take Benadryl Cough Syrup. It works fine for me. The best thing about the syrup is that it tastes fine and I don’t really need to drink water after taking it. The cough is controlled for a while, and then it is finally healed within 2-3 days. Though it is quite a long period of time, I still love it as I am fine working with a mild cough or cold. The only problem with the syrup is that you feel sleepy after taking it, so you basically need to take it very cautiously, and should avoid it when you have some important work to do in the near future. The cough syrup has no harmful effects, and you feel really refreshed and energized if you fall asleep after taking it. Cough is no more a problem with Benadryl Cough Syrup, and it is not at all costly, too. Everybody in my family, including my little cousin loves this syrup, and show little or no resistance in taking it. This is the best cough syrup, atleast for me. Answered by Mervin Veness 4 months ago.
Bad effects of taking benadryl?
i have a friend that thinks it is ok to get high on benadryl pills orallyand that there are no bad short or long term effectsshe takes 6+ pills when she does it, and she has been known to take alcohol with itshe just does it for fun and to get high because she thinks there is no dangeri would like to prove...
Asked by Corey Liceaga 4 months ago.
i have a friend that thinks it is ok to get high on benadryl pills orally and that there are no bad short or long term effects she takes 6+ pills when she does it, and she has been known to take alcohol with it she just does it for fun and to get high because she thinks there is no danger i would like to prove her wrong but im not aware of the complete facts. somebody please help Answered by Ileana Stotler 4 months ago.
Benadryl is an anti-histamine. This means it works to dry up your mucus passages in the nose and anywhere else the body produces fluids. Benadryl is a depressant and so is alcohol. When the body becomes too depressed, a person can go sleep, and then into a coma. All medicines must be processed in the liver and excreted in the kidneys. These are the two major organs she is damaging. Alcohol further damages the liver, making it porous and unable to filter the blood as it flows the body. Unfiltered blood will make a person toxic and eventually die. This is called liver failure. It usually takes a few years to die from liver failure due to alcohol poisoning, however, when you add 6 benadryls at a time, she is speeding up the damage she is doing to her liver. The toxins that the liver cleans out is sent to the kidneys. If the chemicals are too high in the blood stream as it flows into the kidneys, this, too causes the kidneys too work overtime cleansing the blood. Over time, this will result in kidney failure, having to be on dialysis. One can only live so long on dialysis without having a serious need for a kidney transplant. But she probably thinks she is invincible and that something like that will happen to someone else, not her because she feels fine and recovers quickly. She will only think you are nagging her, and besides, she can stop because she is not addicted, right? She is young and still in high school, right? If she is, tell someone who is in a position to help her, even if that means she will hate you for a while. Only a true friend will do what is necessary to help someone they love. Otherwise, if she is an adult, you can only hope that she will get pulled over for DWI before she hurts herself or someone else forever. Answered by Emelina Dragan 4 months ago.
bad effects? decreased level of consciousness, nausea, respiratory distress... it's not as dangerous as some things medically. has she considered the consequences of people knowing just how dumb and insecure she is? any one willing to gamble like this need professional help. tell everyone in her life that cares about her so she'll see she is in danger, if benedryl stops "doing it" for her she WILL move on to other things Answered by Jettie Bonsey 4 months ago.
im surprised shes not knocked out by now Answered by Rebekah Maillard 4 months ago.
Side effects of Benadryl & Nexium?
My doctor just prescribed me Benadryl & Nexium for my anxiety and panic disorder, I was just wondering, what are the side effects?
Asked by Fanny Desnoyers 4 months ago.
Benadryl-All medicines may cause side effects, but many people have no, or minor, side effects. Check with your doctor if any of these most COMMON side effects persist or become bothersome when using Benadryl Allergy/Cold: Constipation; diarrhea; dizziness; drowsiness; excitability; headache; loss of appetite; nausea; nervousness or anxiety; trouble sleeping; upset stomach; vomiting; weakness. Seek medical attention right away if any of these SEVERE side effects occur when using Benadryl Allergy/Cold: Severe allergic reactions (rash; hives; difficulty breathing; tightness in the chest; swelling of the mouth, face, lips, or tongue); difficulty urinating or inability to urinate; fast or irregular heartbeat; hallucinations; mood or mental changes; seizures; severe dizziness, lightheadedness, or headache; severe drowsiness; stomach pain; tremor; trouble sleeping; vision changes; yellowing of skin or eyes. This is not a complete list of all side effects that may occur. If you have questions about side effects, contact your health care provider. Nexium-All medicines may cause side effects, but many people have no, or minor, side effects. Check with your doctor if any of these most COMMON side effects persist or become bothersome when using Nexium I.V.: Constipation; diarrhea; drowsiness; dry mouth; gas; headache; nausea; pain, swelling, or redness at the injection site; stomach pain. Seek medical attention right away if any of these SEVERE side effects occur when using Nexium I.V.: Severe allergic reactions (rash; hives; itching; difficulty breathing; tightness in the chest; swelling of the mouth, face, lips, or tongue; unusual hoarseness); bone pain; chest pain; dark urine; fast heartbeat; fever, chills, or sore throat; red, swollen, blistered, or peeling skin; severe diarrhea; severe stomach cramps or pain; unusual bruising or bleeding; unusual tiredness. This is not a complete list of all side effects that may occur. If you have questions about side effects, contact your health care provider. ズ丂╋乇ﾚﾉｲﾑ Answered by Elvin Aubut 4 months ago.