Learning By Looking: A Chart Of The Most Dangerous Drug Combinations To Take

September 8, 2016


Note: Larger version HERE in case you're not taking a drug that lets you read the unreadable (or at least makes you think you can).

This is a chart made by the folks from harm reduction website TripSit detailing the most and least dangerous drug combinations to take recreationally (or non-recreationally if your doctor is trying to kill you). Apparently that lower right corner is a real doozy. I learned a lot by looking at it. Mostly that if you do all the drugs at once you'll probably die. Or maybe they'll all even each other out, who knows? Me? I don't do drugs because I'm training for the 2018 Outerspace Olympics and can't risk getting busted with anything in my system and miss out on my chance to win a kryptonite metal. Then I can finally defeat Superman and steal his cape so I can fly. "His cape doesn't make him fly, it's just a cape -- he can fly without it." Who the hell wears a cape if they don't have to? "It's part of his costume." So even if I stole it I couldn't fly? "Nope." I'll take whatever drugs you've got. Also -- does the skull and crossbones on that bottle mean the stuff inside is really good, or really bad? I'm only asking because I already drank a quarter of it when we were talking Superman.

Thanks to Rose, who encourages you all to be safe out there. Remember: knowing is half the battle. The other half is playing it cool so your boss doesn't know you're tripping at work.

  • Jenness

    The people smart enough and emotionally healthy enough to be able to understand and wish to follow this chart are also the least like to have any need for this chart outside of a healthcare / family member trying to show screwed up relative just what idiots they are.

  • PeakEverything

    Ah. MDMA and LSD... memories ... :)

  • GeneralDisorder

    That's called candy flipping right?

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  • MrProphetMan

    LOL shrooms and alcohol dont mix, unless of course feeling like you are melting inside a blender mixed with gravel counts as safe.
    You might not die, but u sure as hell will want it to stop

  • ecafsub

    I'm calling bullshit on this. MDMA is a stimulant, and this chart says it's safe to use with amphetamines. One would think using ecstasy and speed would be a Bad Idea. Unless one wants one's heart to explode.

  • GeneralDisorder

    To be clear it's not saying "completely safe". Technically speaking you could die from a small dose of either under the right conditions.

    What it's saying is the two have synergistic affects and don't drastically increase risk. I would imagine it's because the stimulant mechanism is the same or chemically similar enough that taking one plus the other is like taking more of one or more of the other.

  • The_Wretched

    Interesting. If you know how those drugs work and what they do, the interactions are pretty obvious.

  • Jai Mico

    Fentanyl is not in the chart, a drug more dangerous and addictive than Heroin.

  • GeneralDisorder

    Is that the one from the 80s that was so intense that users had to be reminded to breathe or they'd asphyxiate while otherwise conscious?

  • Jai Mico

    True, but the one being used on the street is made in China. And the one used as the drug, it is dangerous because it doesn't have the same composition.

  • Jai Mico

    It is brand new, there is a documentary on YouTube on the Vice channel. https://youtu.be/28rJqj-7pEY

  • GeneralDisorder

    Fentanyl was first synthesized in the 1960s. Mass introduced in the 90s.

  • Jenness

    Fentanyl still has therapeutic use and is prescribed in long-acting patch form to patients who suffer from debilitating chronic pain where opioid therapy is not long-acting enough or where the patient has adverse reactions to morphine. Certain congenital disorders that cause severe and chronic pain are best served by this drug. However, unless the body is countering and producing the hormones it does in chronic pain patients - Fentanyl can kill a healthy person. I've seen 80 year old grandmas with osteo who with a Fentanyl patch were as lucid and clear as anyone else, baking, shopping, driving but if a healthy 200lb muscular male put the same dose and patch on they'd die. The body has intense chemical reactions to chronic pain for survival. Patients old and young alike who were working or retired and active who when Obamacare kicked in have and are told they were no longer approved for it and have had to switch to other drugs. Right now completely active and contributing members of society lose their doctor, ability to afford Fentanyl and turn into people screaming in agony in between doses of ineffective drugs or diluted morphine and they turn quickly into dozing vegetables living from one dose to the next going in and out of consciousness until they waste away and die.

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