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anyone tried i-doser?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by fluffypinktank, Jul 13, 2011.

  1. fluffypinktank

    fluffypinktank Newbie

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    It's a thing that uses binaural beats to (supposedly) alter the brains inner workings for a time to simulate certain various mental states (ranging from effects of antidepressents to supposedly immitating the effects of LSD.)

    Just wondering if anyone's heard of or tried this
     
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    yea i tried it its strangly addictive although you dont seem to get much of a buzz i tried it yearsss ago.
     
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    about how long were you "using" it

    to think, using the word "using" as though it's a drug :p

    anyway, I've been messing around with it for a while, and I've personally noticed AWESOME effects from the LSD dose, but ONLY while listening to it, seems as though it all disappears when it's over... takes a while to go away, still feel kinda good and whatnot... but it doesn't seem to be as strong and whatnot

    just my experience (so far)

    anyone else?
     
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    it's all marketing and there's no scientific proof to it. it's all in your head: placebo effect.

    just smoke weed if you want a real buzz
     
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    actually, there is scientific proof that it alters your dominant brainwaves and what not, which means it can make you more sleepy or more awake, as for the rest of it (the drugs and the whatnot and stuff and junk) there no proof for that...

    but the binaural beats do affect your brain to an extent at the least
     
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    If it was really really good, it would either be ridiculously expensive, illegal or make you fat. Or all of the aforementioned. :p

    J/K, a friend of mine put a couple of those files on my ipod and I didn't feel any different. Of course mileage varies for different peeps.
     
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    who the fuck would pay for that