If you’re familiar with methamphetamine (meth) use, you’ve probably heard of booty bumping, hooping, or plugging. It’s a common way to consume methamphetamine by injecting the drug into the rectal cavity, or rectum.
Meth is a highly addictive stimulant that can cause a high, usually lasting for several hours or days. But it also poses a number of health risks, including an overdose and death.
The high from methamphetamine is quick and intense, affecting the brain’s dopamine-producing neurons and stimulating body movement, which a user experiences as a rush of pleasure. As the high wears off, users often feel irritable and tired. They try to keep the high going for as long as possible, which leads to binges.
Some meth users choose to slam, or inject, the drug into their veins. The practice has picked up in recent years, particularly among members of the gay community.
Aside from the potential risk of overdose, slamming meth can lead to serious health problems, especially for people who have a history of injection drug use. In addition, it increases the risk of sexually transmitted diseases like hepatitis B and HIV.
Before you start boofing, you’ll need to make sure you have everything you need. This includes a clean, sterile syringe and some lube (a liquid that can be used to draw up the drugs).
When mixing your booty bump, it’s best to start slow and go with a small dose. The dosage calculator on TripSit can help you determine how much of each drug you’ll need to get the desired effect.