Posted by Flash (188.8.131.52) on September 26, 2001 at 04:27:57:
In Reply to: Shroom question? posted by Sjoerd Buisman on September 25, 2001 at 16:07:40:
Technique number 1 - recirculation I think it's called. In Holland you have easy access to several different types of hallucinogen. LSD, shrooms, and possibly mescaline??? What to do is to alternative between these substances, that way your body gets confused (OK I know) and is less efficient at production of antibodies. This technique is commonly used with antibiotics. You could also try switching between different strains of mushroom. Also remember that resistance is only temporary, although it may last up to 10 years.
Technique number 2 - treatment breaks. This is where you take a break from the treatment. It's commonly used to great effect for conditions such as AIDS where the treatment is very long term.
Also I agree with Annemarie and pinky, it is unlikely that you are developing immunity, many people have used mushrooms recreationally for years on end without developing resistance to psilocybin. The chances are they were just a weaker batch.
I would definately give LSD a shot though.
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