Pros and cons of attempting to survive on maximum recommended dosage of Japanese cold medicine on a workday:
Pros: Finally answering the old nagging question of whether Vapnik–Chervonenkis dimension makes more sense on mushrooms (or any satisfyingly close approximation thereof).
Cons: The answer is: no, it definitely doesn’t.
Well, DXM is a dissociative drug that is not meant for understanding this kind of issues…
It may help you find out the inner self that sleeps within you, though.
Since it is Japanese cold medicine we are talking about, there’s neither pseudo-ephedrine nor DXM involved. Just plain ol’ Acetaminophen and a 3 ft long list of miscellaneous more-or-less useful active ingredients…
Funny fact about DXM: unlike pseudo-ephedrine, it is legal in Japan, however the only place you are likely to find it, is not your local pharmacy, but at head shops where you can buy doses for 4k a pop… Sometimes I don’t get this country.
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