[quote] JJ wrote:
Just fucking bang em… shit man, people bang puddle water and toilet water for fucks sake.
Funny story actually (for some it may be a little OTT - if so, dont fucking write to me)
I was in a public toilet with a “friend” and we were preparing to shoot some heroin… when he realised that the taps were on the outside of the cubicle, i said why dont you use toilet water - meaning clean water from the cistern… and down he went into the bowl… cooked it and shot it!!
He is fine, well… probably in prison or OD’ed, but never had an issue with banging toilet water. Didnt even flush it for courtesy first - could have injected piss IMO!!
Little off topic. The point is, if you dont know how to do it - then why are you freaking out about doing it when it really is not necessary?
Thousands of men have injected sachets - me included - without issue.
OR maybe you’ll be the unlucky one and inject a small particle which begins to irritate and inflame your muscle cells, causing a swelling response to calm the area, and protect the damage the body assumes has happened. But it just keeps getting worse resulting in an abscess, but it takes ages for you to realise as it is hidden under all the muscle and fat of your arse cheek - by the time you suspect what is happening, you have a massive, infected oil and puss abscess that needs lancing.
BUT by that time, it is too late as the infection has reached your bloodstream and gotten transported to your marrow, lungs and vital organs, causing a systemic infection and causing your own body to turn on itself, sacrificing cells here and there until massive organ failure and your inevitable death.
Maybe it’ll be OK though. Just in case i would suggest using Google to search on how to do it.? Better safe than sorry eh?
sorry bud I can’t relate, I don’t do drugs
infections are very common, I’m all for prevention. Even with everything sterile infections happen. Now using “toilet water” and “cooking” it still sterilizes it to a point.
Also I’m almost positive intravenious infection is less common then intermuscular; in other words bacteria has time to fester inside the muscle, bloodstream is much quicker cleansed of bacteria.
but then I could just be talking out of my ass