- Mar 23, 2018
Do you guys thing self injecting the solution is a good idea? Seems to me bypassing the digestive system altogether should get rid of the complications and discomfort. Maybe take sleeping pills after injection.
I can just imagine that's gonna sting like a mofo. I really don't think injection is necessary if you take it on an empty stomach, and with anti-emetics. But, hey, you do you. I haven't tried the sodium nitrite yet but it's supposed to taste just like salt. So, I tested and put 40g of salt in 200ml of water. I'm super sensitive to bad tastes so I've been worried about this. But, I tasted the salt water solution and though it wasn't pleasant I could down it if needed. If my wimpy ass can do it anyone can lol.
If syringe scare the shit out then you can always try saline system.
This is just an incredibly bad idea for so many reasons. You're forgoing a relatively simple route of administration (gulping down some liquid) and replacing it with an unproven route of administration. There's a chance that sodium nitrite needs to be metabolized in the gut before it even becomes lethal. It would no doubt be so incredibly painful that you'd likely get a few CC's injected and stop, and then what? My advice: just drink it and enjoy the bus trip.