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What happens if you use NBOMe often?

NBOMe can have many effects if used long term. Regular use has the biggest impact on mental health, which can cause psychosis, paranoia, anxiety, depression, memory loss, personality changes, hallucinogen persisting perception disorder (HPPD) and many more.

As NBOMe drugs are new, there is very little research on them. However, it is suggested that they could also cause kidney problems, brain bleeds and damage, high white blood cell count, weak muscles and movement problems.

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