Drugs Go Digital

Drugs Go Digital

The latest thing parents are losing sleep over are idosers - audio tracks that allegedly alter your mood by synchronising your brainwaves.

Claudia Cukrov
  • 20 july 2010

The latest thing paranoid parents are losing sleep over – idosers or Biaural Brainwave Audio Doses are audio tracks that allegedly “powerfully alter your mood” by synchronising your brainwaves to produce a narcotic effect.  This new form of ‘digital ‘drug’ is supposedly “proven, scientific and safe”, with users able to sample a number of drug-like experiences such as; alcohol, marijuana, crystal meth, peyote and even heroin.  With some drug forums denouncing the credibility of the product,  the idoser may not be the ‘digital drug revolution’ some feared.  Credible or not, the idoser’s pitch is an interesting one, with the website offering an ‘Affiliate Program’ to become a ‘Dose Dealer’…LOL.

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