#1
I searched this and there were no clear answers so has anyone hear ever used binaural beats? and do they actually work? they are sound waves that are supposed to make you feel high and it sounds cool but i have trouble believing it
#2
Works for headache relief on some people from what I've heard, but can also cause headaches.

It doesn't get you high.
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#4



Just smoke pot like the rest of us.

EDIT:

Ever since that XKCD comic, I puroposly read things mishyphenated, so I read OP's title as "No talent ass-clown"
Last edited by whitenihilist at Oct 9, 2009,
#5
it dont
it jus makes u think that ur getting high
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#6
Not sure if they can make you feel high, but I have used them for study and noticed a difference but it's possibly just placebo effect (which is fine by me tbh)
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#7
I use them often to get to sleep and concentrating on reading, writing, studying, etc.
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I searched this and there were no clear answers so has anyone hear ever used binaural beats? and do they actually work? they are sound waves that are supposed to make you feel high and it sounds cool but i have trouble believing it

its true they exist i remeber listen to some when i was high one...scared the living **** out of everything was shaking going blurry and all the bad trip ****...but yea they exist
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People should post examples of these "binaural beats"...


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