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B2: Comparing the Effects
08-06-2013, 08:54 PM
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B2: Comparing the Effects
I fired B2 up around 10:30 and listened for an hour. After 10-15 minutes I began laughing. It was at the stupidest sh!t on BodyBuilding.com. I thought I was high, but after that I began feeling a little tired and all the other effects went away.

In this case, I believe Natural Seduction (which I used Friday) was still lingering. So to eliminate factors like drowsiness and NSFM, I'm going to use B2 tomorrow around 1:30.

Anyone else who tests B2 is welcome to post here and talk about the effects they receive from B2 so we can compare effects.

PS: Device was a Sansa Mp3 player, low volume, with headphones.

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08-06-2013, 09:07 PM
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using it for an hour and a half until now not much to notice.
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08-06-2013, 09:19 PM
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I used it for a hour, and I didn't noticed at all, for some strange reason?

Though I did noticed I was in a good mood, then again, might be my imagination or placebo?
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08-07-2013, 11:57 AM (This post was last modified: 08-07-2013 01:18 PM by K-Train.)
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RE: B2: Comparing the Effects
Using similar set up as yesterday. First 10-15 minutes I was hit by a fit of giggles. After an hour I felt slightly more relaxed but other than that not much else. I'm now at 90 minutes of usage time. I will use it for an additional 30 minutes just to see what happens. I know NSFM requires me to use it for 4-6 hours to feel anything so perhaps I'll need 3 hours or more. Will continue to report.


UPDATE: Nada. Still don't feel much other than being slightly relaxed but that's about it. I must be resistant. So what I'll do is use it for 3 hours next time and see how that goes.

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08-07-2013, 07:45 PM
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You know, I asked for the specifics I did in terms of how you used it because that matters in how I adjust the script for the future. Could you follow reno's example and give me the rest of the data I need?

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08-07-2013, 07:54 PM
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My apologies Shannon, I'll be sure to use the correct reporting format.

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08-07-2013, 10:43 PM
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(08-07-2013 07:54 PM)K-Train Wrote:  My apologies Shannon, I'll be sure to use the correct reporting format.

Can you give me that information for your first test?

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08-08-2013, 03:56 AM
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So I had some time to listen to the new B2 sub drug last night.
Here's my report.

Which DSD (digital subliminal drug) did you use, and which version? B2
What length of time were you exposed? 1 hour
Did you use it on speakers or headphones? headphones
Were you alone or with others? alone
How long did the effects seem to last after you stopped exposure?
*see below*
How long did it take to start noticing results? 10 mins.
What did the program feel like to you? meh...
What was the primary effect? relaxation
What level of intensity did you experience concerning the effects of the program? on a scale from 1-10 about a 6
What effects did it have on others around you (if others were exposed)? no others were exposed.
How frequently did you dose yourself? once for one hour of listening.
Did the effects change over time, or remain consistent?
I started listening with a headache.. Within about 5 mins, the headache disappeared. Like I knew it was still there, but it took a backseat to the sub. Within about 10 mins physically I felt a warm wave of relaxation.. It wasnt intense but it was pleasantly comfortable. My mind also seems to calm down and mentally there wasnt alot of chatter going in my head. I felt a pretty nice zen like state, very relaxed, warm and calm.. This went on for about another 20 mins. I layed down and listened to another half hour as I was hoping the 2nd half hour would intensify the effect. Nothing major to report and actually when I got up from laying down I felt no more effects whatsoever.. The drug seemed to peak for me about 10-15 mins into listening then completely dissipate the 2nd half hour. Personally I was not impressed. I will try again however and come back and note my experiences. I will give the drug 3 or 4 tries to see if I experience anything different.
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08-08-2013, 11:18 AM (This post was last modified: 08-08-2013 11:21 AM by Shannon.)
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RE: B2: Comparing the Effects
What are you expecting for it to impress you? And, can you tell me what experiences you've had with other recreational drugs and what you've used in that category?

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08-08-2013, 01:05 PM
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Which DSD (digital subliminal drug) did you use, and which version? (In this case, B2)- B2

What length of time were you exposed? - I listened for 2 hours from 2:22 pm to 4:22 pm on Wednesday 8/7/2013

Did you use it on speakers or headphones? - headphones

Were you alone or with others?- I had family in the house with me but it was mainly just me in my room. I was playing video games but I flipped flopped between that and internet surfing.

How long did the effects seem to last after you stopped exposure?- *Will comment below report.

How long did it take to start noticing results?- 10 to 15 minutes

What did the program feel like to you?- Like smoking weed and/or having a couple drinks

What was the primary effect? - Relaxation and giggles.

What level of intensity did you experience concerning the effects of the program?- mild to zero.

What effects did it have on others around you (if others were exposed)?- N/A
How frequently did you dose yourself?- I did 60 minutes on Tuesday and 120 minutes (2 hours) on Wednesday.

Did the effects change over time, or remain consistent?- The "laugh attack" stopped after 20 minutes and from then on it was nothing other than slight relaxation.

What experience have you had with recreational drugs?- I've used marijuana quite a few times so I'm very familiar with the effects. I know alcohol isn't a "drug" but I've been drunk before as well.


*The first time I used B2 (Tuesday) I didn't notice any effects the next day. Bear in mind, I'd used NSFM Friday night (7/5/2013) so perhaps the effects from NSFM were still lingering which seems possible since I felt them all the way into Monday.

On Wednesday I decided to double the usage time and other than a fit of giggles didn't notice much. However this morning I noticed how happy I was even though I had to get up early. I felt relaxed all day but I am hesitant to say it's B2 until I'm certain NSFM has worn off.

I don't know why it is that I get initial effects (giggles) and then nothing. I'll refrain from using NSFM for a further 2-3 days so I can identify what's doing what.

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08-08-2013, 01:31 PM
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Thanks for the more detailed report. It's very helpful.

By the way, I'm pretty sure alcohol is classified as a drug.

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08-08-2013, 02:53 PM
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(08-08-2013 01:31 PM)Shannon Wrote:  Thanks for the more detailed report. It's very helpful.

By the way, I'm pretty sure alcohol is classified as a drug.

Hahahaha!! Oh man I went back and read that and was like wtf? Yeah I normally think of drugs as being something like crack/cocaine, tobacco,weed, Lsd,PCP, ecstasy,etc. Alcohol doesn't always register for me.

And yes, no problem Shannon. I'm taking a break from B2 today but will try to report tomorrow. Cheers.

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08-08-2013, 05:18 PM (This post was last modified: 08-08-2013 05:24 PM by Mz. Gem.)
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(08-08-2013 11:18 AM)Shannon Wrote:  What are you expecting for it to impress you? And, can you tell me what experiences you've had with other recreational drugs and what you've used in that category?

Well Shannon, I guess I was expecting a more intense experience and for the effects to last a little longer.. In my experience as I stated the effects kicked in about 10 mins in, peaked for around another 10 mins then were gone. I was also expecting to experience the "high" once I finished listening. After an hour of listening I felt normal, although a wee bit more relaxed. Please dont take it personally, I know this technology is your passion and you obviously have a gift to share with the public. I just want to be honest about my experience, and I honestly felt the sub drug was mediocre at best.. The effects were so subtle, someone without the ability to tune into their physical, emotional and mental state would possibly not notice a thing.. Nowhere near the effects of a physical drug. I could drink one beer and feel stronger effects. Just my personal experience.

I have used marijuana for 25 years off and on. My usage now is maybe once or twice a month and has been for 1o + years. I'm a casual social drinker maybe 2 or 3 times a month.. In my youth I've used LSD, liquid and blotter, mushrooms, peyote, and ecstasy. My favorite drug being X (I think the kiddies are calling it "Molly" now) I do like to have a toke now and then just for that quick shift of the headspace if you know what I mean. No cocaine, meth, prescription pills or any of that nonsense, but Ive done my fair share of drugs and I'm no stranger to their effects.

I'm new to your subs, but not new to drug use. I hope my experience helps. I do think your onto something, I just want to feel the effects more intensely. Like 25x more intensely. I would like to feel that quick shift of physical and mental state of being that real drugs provide, if that makes sense. If you can replicate that my friend, I'd be willing to pay a pretty penny for it.. Just saying...
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08-08-2013, 06:46 PM
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(08-08-2013 05:18 PM)Mz. Gem Wrote:  Well Shannon, I guess I was expecting a more intense experience and for the effects to last a little longer.. In my experience as I stated the effects kicked in about 10 mins in, peaked for around another 10 mins then were gone. I was also expecting to experience the "high" once I finished listening. After an hour of listening I felt normal, although a wee bit more relaxed. Please dont take it personally, I know this technology is your passion and you obviously have a gift to share with the public. I just want to be honest about my experience, and I honestly felt the sub drug was mediocre at best.. The effects were so subtle, someone without the ability to tune into their physical, emotional and mental state would possibly not notice a thing.. Nowhere near the effects of a physical drug. I could drink one beer and feel stronger effects. Just my personal experience.

I have used marijuana for 25 years off and on. My usage now is maybe once or twice a month and has been for 1o + years. I'm a casual social drinker maybe 2 or 3 times a month.. In my youth I've used LSD, liquid and blotter, mushrooms, peyote, and ecstasy. My favorite drug being X (I think the kiddies are calling it "Molly" now) I do like to have a toke now and then just for that quick shift of the headspace if you know what I mean. No cocaine, meth, prescription pills or any of that nonsense, but Ive done my fair share of drugs and I'm no stranger to their effects.

I'm new to your subs, but not new to drug use. I hope my experience helps. I do think your onto something, I just want to feel the effects more intensely. Like 25x more intensely. I would like to feel that quick shift of physical and mental state of being that real drugs provide, if that makes sense. If you can replicate that my friend, I'd be willing to pay a pretty penny for it.. Just saying...


Agree with you there Mz. Gem, I'd like to feel the same thing. That way I could forgo drugs forever lol. I'd rather spend 80 bucks on an electronic drug that's non-addictive and non-hazardous. Much safer and in the long run much cheaper. I am interested in how B3 compares but I gotta pay my dues first and test the shiznit outta B2 first.

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08-08-2013, 07:53 PM
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(08-08-2013 05:18 PM)Mz. Gem Wrote:  
(08-08-2013 11:18 AM)Shannon Wrote:  What are you expecting for it to impress you? And, can you tell me what experiences you've had with other recreational drugs and what you've used in that category?

Well Shannon, I guess I was expecting a more intense experience and for the effects to last a little longer.. In my experience as I stated the effects kicked in about 10 mins in, peaked for around another 10 mins then were gone. I was also expecting to experience the "high" once I finished listening. After an hour of listening I felt normal, although a wee bit more relaxed. Please dont take it personally, I know this technology is your passion and you obviously have a gift to share with the public. I just want to be honest about my experience, and I honestly felt the sub drug was mediocre at best.. The effects were so subtle, someone without the ability to tune into their physical, emotional and mental state would possibly not notice a thing.. Nowhere near the effects of a physical drug. I could drink one beer and feel stronger effects. Just my personal experience.

I have used marijuana for 25 years off and on. My usage now is maybe once or twice a month and has been for 1o + years. I'm a casual social drinker maybe 2 or 3 times a month.. In my youth I've used LSD, liquid and blotter, mushrooms, peyote, and ecstasy. My favorite drug being X (I think the kiddies are calling it "Molly" now) I do like to have a toke now and then just for that quick shift of the headspace if you know what I mean. No cocaine, meth, prescription pills or any of that nonsense, but Ive done my fair share of drugs and I'm no stranger to their effects.

I'm new to your subs, but not new to drug use. I hope my experience helps. I do think your onto something, I just want to feel the effects more intensely. Like 25x more intensely. I would like to feel that quick shift of physical and mental state of being that real drugs provide, if that makes sense. If you can replicate that my friend, I'd be willing to pay a pretty penny for it.. Just saying...

I'm not taking offense. This is a very new direction for me, so I have not done much with the technology that makes it possible. B2 is intended to tell me whether I have something worth developing, and I have no idea how powerfully it will affect people of different levels of experience than mine or those of the people I had test it before the release.

Given that, I had to approach it with extreme caution in case it produced a ridiculously powerful result. For some people, it will have a stronger impact than for others.

More experienced drug users are going to be comparing the results to the experiences they've had using other drugs. Less experienced drug users will not be as familiar with how intense some drugs can be. The perception of anything at all is still pretty remarkable, considering that before the amplification technology was developed, I couldn't get a damned thing out of it at all, and I appear to be one of the two people who've had the most obvious responses to it.

The first try in anything is never going to be the best. But releasing it tells me what I need to adjust and how, and we can make it go where it needs to. Your honesty is necessary for that process to work. There's no fragile ego here, I just need to know what it does so I can improve it. Smile So thank you for the honest feedback.

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08-08-2013, 09:48 PM
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I'm planning on using this program later today to see if I might add to those two people who have gotten something more out of it. When I first imagined what this subliminal drug would do the affects of MDMA came to my mind but we'll see what happens. The health benefits K train mentioned are definetly a bonus to having a subliminal technology like this, keep it up Shannon.Smile

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08-09-2013, 04:29 AM
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(08-08-2013 07:53 PM)Shannon Wrote:  
(08-08-2013 05:18 PM)Mz. Gem Wrote:  
(08-08-2013 11:18 AM)Shannon Wrote:  What are you expecting for it to impress you? And, can you tell me what experiences you've had with other recreational drugs and what you've used in that category?

Well Shannon, I guess I was expecting a more intense experience and for the effects to last a little longer.. In my experience as I stated the effects kicked in about 10 mins in, peaked for around another 10 mins then were gone. I was also expecting to experience the "high" once I finished listening. After an hour of listening I felt normal, although a wee bit more relaxed. Please dont take it personally, I know this technology is your passion and you obviously have a gift to share with the public. I just want to be honest about my experience, and I honestly felt the sub drug was mediocre at best.. The effects were so subtle, someone without the ability to tune into their physical, emotional and mental state would possibly not notice a thing.. Nowhere near the effects of a physical drug. I could drink one beer and feel stronger effects. Just my personal experience.

I have used marijuana for 25 years off and on. My usage now is maybe once or twice a month and has been for 1o + years. I'm a casual social drinker maybe 2 or 3 times a month.. In my youth I've used LSD, liquid and blotter, mushrooms, peyote, and ecstasy. My favorite drug being X (I think the kiddies are calling it "Molly" now) I do like to have a toke now and then just for that quick shift of the headspace if you know what I mean. No cocaine, meth, prescription pills or any of that nonsense, but Ive done my fair share of drugs and I'm no stranger to their effects.

I'm new to your subs, but not new to drug use. I hope my experience helps. I do think your onto something, I just want to feel the effects more intensely. Like 25x more intensely. I would like to feel that quick shift of physical and mental state of being that real drugs provide, if that makes sense. If you can replicate that my friend, I'd be willing to pay a pretty penny for it.. Just saying...

I'm not taking offense. This is a very new direction for me, so I have not done much with the technology that makes it possible. B2 is intended to tell me whether I have something worth developing, and I have no idea how powerfully it will affect people of different levels of experience than mine or those of the people I had test it before the release.

Given that, I had to approach it with extreme caution in case it produced a ridiculously powerful result. For some people, it will have a stronger impact than for others.

More experienced drug users are going to be comparing the results to the experiences they've had using other drugs. Less experienced drug users will not be as familiar with how intense some drugs can be. The perception of anything at all is still pretty remarkable, considering that before the amplification technology was developed, I couldn't get a damned thing out of it at all, and I appear to be one of the two people who've had the most obvious responses to it.

The first try in anything is never going to be the best. But releasing it tells me what I need to adjust and how, and we can make it go where it needs to. Your honesty is necessary for that process to work. There's no fragile ego here, I just need to know what it does so I can improve it. Smile So thank you for the honest feedback.

Your welcome. Smile and thank you for allowing us to test this new technology. I am very grateful to have discovered this site (although the gratitude and appreciation sub I'm currently using may be the culprit behind that statement) Wink
In all seriousness, I agree that the fact that I was able to perceive what I did and so quickly was very cool and I look forward utilizing the sub again, perhaps in a different environment.
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08-09-2013, 06:15 PM
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RE: B2: Comparing the Effects
Here are my results for my first run with B2 Smile

What length of time were you exposed?
1hr 30 Minutes

Did you use it on speakers or headphones?
Headphones

Were you alone or with others?
Alone

How long did the effects seem to last after you stopped exposure?
It seemed to last around 30 min after I started listening.

How long did it take to start noticing results?
About 10 Minutes

What did the program feel like to you?
I was lying down in bed, I felt very relaxed and a bit pleasant. I also felt a kind of happy but maybe that was just me.

What level of intensity did you experience concerning the effects of the program?
I would say if the feeling after popping pill or having a pull from a joint was a 10 then this was a 2 or 3.

How frequently did you dose yourself?
This is the 1st time

Did the effects change over time, or remain consistent?
I was only exposed for 1 hr and 30 minutes, after 10 minutes the effects kicked in and remained constant.

What experience have you had with recreational drugs?
I used marijuana quite a bit in high school, MDMA a few times and Alcohol

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08-11-2013, 02:24 AM
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RE: B2: Comparing the Effects
I tried again, but no effects.

What length of time were you exposed?
1hr 30 Minutes

Did you use it on speakers or headphones?
Headphones

Were you alone or with others?
Alone

How long did the effects seem to last after you stopped exposure?
There were no real effects..

How long did it take to start noticing results?
55 minutes, but this can hardly be called much of a result

What did the program feel like to you?
About 55+ minutes I started feeling a little bit of a clearing effect in my energy body. No changes in mood or anything. This could be from other things, but I have a feeling there was something happening because of the B2.

What level of intensity did you experience concerning the effects of the program?
0-10? then 1

How frequently did you dose yourself?
This is the 2 second time

Did the effects change over time, or remain consistent?
Energetic clearing stopped pretty quickly after I stopped listening.

What experience have you had with recreational drugs?
None, except Alcohol in the past.
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08-11-2013, 04:48 AM (This post was last modified: 08-11-2013 04:48 AM by IceAlive.)
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What length of time were you exposed?
1hr

Did you use it on speakers or headphones?
speakers - silent track while watching a movie (I did adjust the volume as indicated, and I also have a very sensitive hearing)

Were you alone or with others?
Alone

How long did the effects seem to last after you stopped exposure?
I experienced a mild afterglow effect for 10-15 minutes.

How long did it take to start noticing results?
5 minutes

What did the program feel like to you?
It started with a feeling of mild weakness. Then a tingling sensation appeared in my chest and began to expand. After the first run (30 minutes), my whole body was tingling and the sensation was very vivid. During the second run the feeling remained the same, and towards the end my eyes were heavy (impossible to pinpoint when this started happening). 2-3 minutes after turning it off, the intensity lowered significantly even if I remained in the chair.

What level of intensity did you experience concerning the effects of the program?
0-10? 6

How frequently did you dose yourself?
Twice. The second time was very similar to the first.

What experience have you had with recreational drugs?
None, but I do practice self-hypnosis daily and reach considerably more intense states (hence 6/10 as grade). The cool thing about this drug, though, is that I don't need to disconnect from what I'm doing in order to experience it.

It may be of use for you to know that I'm going through ASC and decided not to interfere too much with this program (hence only 2 runs so far). After 32 days of ASC (about 2 weeks from today), I want to give it more goes. I know this is not the thread for ASC, but so far I am truly impressed - initially I was skeptical, yet open minded, and I was really drawn by the Indigo Mind Labs attitude. I'll provide some feedback in about 2 weeks.

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