Prescription Drugs & Cold Medicine (a.k.a. DMX, Robotripping, Robo, Triple C)

DXM is a psychoactive substance when taken in higher than recommended doses or amounts.

What are the short term effects of DXM?

Euphoria, slurred speech, increased heart rate, increased blood pressure, increased temperature, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, confusion, paranoia, altered visual perceptions, problems with movement, buildup of excess acid in body fluids.

What are the long-term effects of DXM?

The long-term effects are unknown. However, other health related issues include breathing problems, seizures and increased heart rate.

What are the symptoms of withdrawal?

There are no symptoms of withdrawal.

How is DXM used?

DXM can be swallowed.

What does it look like?

DXM can be found in a syrup or capsule form.