Staying up for long hours is sometimes not easy, and you might be tempted to try coffee to stay awake. Do you think that snorting any energy-boosting compounds is the quickest way or the best way to effect? That can go well with some substances such as cocaine. It will not work the same way if you snort coffee grounds.
Are you ready to bear the extreme pain from grounded coffee beans stuck in your nasal passage? Or do you think that the more painful it is, the higher you will get?
Snorting, medically referred to as insufflation, gives a straightforward route for drug substance to get to and bypass the blood-brain boundary when used in the appropriate form. Most drug users resort to snorting because they think that is the quickest way to get the substances into the brain to bring out the effect fastest. This will work correctly for some compounds such as ketamine and pure cocaine, which after snorting they will move up the nostrils via the mucus membranes and get into the bloodstream and then go beyond the blood-brain barrier. They will then act on the brain receptors and give a psychoactive effect. Snorting works for these drugs because they are taken in pure form, which is more comfortable for their active elements to dissolve. Additionally, they are meant to stimulate the brain.
Coffee’s active compound is caffeine, and it also triggers the brain receptors to give energizing effects. However, you will not readily get the caffeine content from coffee. The caffeine element in coffee grounds must be extracted. It is best extracted using water, and that is why people who need energy from coffee brew it rather than eating it dry or snorting it, equally too dry.
When you snort coffee grounds, some caffeine will likely find their way into your bloodstream if the grounds will stay for long in your nasal cavity. The coffee grounds will not dissolve, and you will try to blow them out as soon as you can, due to the pain you will be experiencing. Snorting is undoubtedly not the best way to get a caffeine fix. Imagine the length of time and level of temperatures needed to leach out caffeine from ground coffee beans in the standard way. Even with the cold brew methods, it will still take several hours of slow filtration to get a cup full of caffeine.
If you want to snort, there is a more complex scientific method you can use to get the snortable caffeine from the grounds. You need to extract caffeine using the usual way with a solvent other than water. You will use dichloromethane then dry the caffeine solution to get a white crystallized substance.
In a wrap
Snorting pure caffeine can be energizing, although it is perilous. Caffeine is very psychoactive and will trigger a fatal effect with the intake of 5 to 10 grams, which sounds more comfortable to inhale than to ingest. You might find yourself shitting and vomiting endlessly if the coffee ground ends up where they are not supposed to be, and your body rejects them. It is no doubt better off drinking coffee.