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How you look on different drugs: Artist Self-Portraits

In what could be considered the craziest/most creative drug experiment ever, artist Bryan Lewis Saunders pushed himself to the limit when he decided to take a different drug every day for a few weeks.

Not only was he not sober, but he also drew a self-portrait of himself while under the influence of these drugs each day.

  posted this 

Artist Creates Self-Portraits On Different Drugs, And The Results Are Insane (Photos)

After all, there’s no doubt that this takes a toll on your body. From nicotine gum, to cocaine, to Zoloft, to PCP, Saunders did it all.

Nicotine gum

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Klonopin

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Dilaudid

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Risperdal

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Abilify

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Trazodone

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Hydrocodone/Oxycodone/Xanax

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Abilify/ Xanax/Ativan

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Absinthe

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Adderall

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Ambien

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Ativan/Haloperidol

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Buspar

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Butalbitals

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Butane Honey Oil

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Cephalexin

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Cocaine

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Computer duster

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Cough syrup

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Crystal Meth

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Dilaudid/Morphine

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Morphine IV

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G13 Marijuana

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Geodon

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Hash

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Huffing gas

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Marijuana

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Huffing lighter fluid

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Loritab

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Nitrous Oxide/Valium

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Psilocybin mushrooms

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Nitrous Oxide

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PCP

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Percocet

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Pruno

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Marijuana resin

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Ritalin

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Salvia Divinorum

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Seroquel

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Valium

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Valium I.V.

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Valium I.V./Albuterol

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Xanax

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Zoloft

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Zyprexa

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H/T: The Chive, Photos courtesy of Bryan Lewis Saunders

Marijuana

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Valium I.V./Albuterol

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Xanax

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Zoloft

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Zyprexa

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H/T: The Chive, Photos courtesy of Bryan Lewis Saunders

ANTHONY SELDEN

Anthony is a New York-based writer and a graduate of Johnson & Wales University with a passion for exploring the cooler things in life.

Always eager to inform, Anthony is the lifestyle editor at Elite Daily and is knowledgeable about pretty much anything within the walls of awesomeness: from the latest Lamborghini, to the most absurd burgers around.

He also enjoys spontaneous skateboarding sessions on New York City’s Upper East Side. Much like writing, it’s what keeps the guy alive.

All the hard drugs you need: Available in the family medicine cabinet?

I have been wondering why the hard drug barons of producers, manufacturers, and distributors in Colombia, Mexico, Afghanistan, and South East Asia do business the hard way, and go into so much trouble inventing ways to dispatching tons of pure and semi-pure hard drugs via mind-boggling varieties of transport systems.

Wouldn’t it be much simpler if they buy pharmaceutical companies and manufacture drugs available in family medicine cabinet?

First, they reap high added values

Second, the distribution is easier, and

Third, they could erect better defense positions when caught Multinational pharmaceutical companies would help in their defense in order for their image not be tarnished and resume manufacturing all the hard drugs prescribed by psychologists, psychiatrists, physicians…

For example, I read a post displaying 10 most used hard drugs available in normal family medicine cabinets.

Here are a few of the most common and potent drugs that youth and family members use without the need of getting into the trouble of being caught red-handed and facing trials.

1. Ambien (zolpidem) is a hypnotic and sedative drug:  It is stronger than drinking too much alcohol and feeling a “night I can’t remember”

2. Seroquel (quetiapine) is prescribed for antipsychotics effects such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorders, and insomnia.  It is named “jailhouse heroine” that provides a careless state of mind.  Combined with cocaine and you get “Suzie Q”, the most unintelligent drug one could do?

3. Dilaudid (hydromorphone) is an “all or nothing” pharmaceutical drug for pain and bad cough.  It has the closest to heaven opiate effects.

4. Xanax (alprazolam) is prescribed for panic disorders and insomnia.  It is a potent drug that increases apathy in users and enhances sociability like Valium, Klonopin, and Ativan.

5. Desoxyn (methamphetamine) like “speed, crank, and ice“.  It is considered a “good batch” all day.

6. syrups (codeine and hydrocodone) used as cough syrups such as Tussoinex and Phenergan).  It gives euphoria and is pleasantly itchy.  It becomes harmful when combined to acetaminophen and guaifen such as Tylenol 1-4 and Vicodin.

7. Adderall (mixed amphetamine salts) is “speed in a pill” such as Ecstasy. It is valued for boosting energy and stimulating euphoric effects such as Ritalin.

8. Laudanum (tincture of opium) is alcohol mixed with opium powder.  It is used for newborn of opiate addicted mothers.

9. OxyContin (oxycodone) or Percocet or Roxicodone extends a blissful, heavenly euphoria unmatched in the narcotic world.  It is used for pain-free drug for the entire day and cancer patients.

10. Opana (oxymorphone) is potentially the most misused painkiller.

Note 1:  If our medicine cabinet had such kinds of drugs, I would have tried to experiment once, one drug at a time.

It is nice of enrich our knowledge that our body and mind can open up feelings and potentials you were not aware of.

I assume that these drugs are not manufactured to be harmful if a single pill is used.

Note 2:  It was unlikely that our family had a medicine cabinet.  Once, a physician prescribed a strong pain-killer to mother, and it must have contained hallucination ingredients because mother slept like a baby for 12 straight hours.

Mother needs to be in full control and totally conscious all the times.  The next morning, mother demanded to return the medicine to the pharmacy because she has work to do!   I was such a fool not to consider taking one pill for the experiment.  I guess that I was not feeling any pain then.  If I was in pain and didn’t take a single pill then I would have been convinced that I am stupid.

So far, hope is still standing that I might not have been such a fool.  Would I become addicted?

Well, I am a smoker!  Anyway, why any family would buy drugs in quantities and store them in cabinets?


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