Triple C's (the coricidin used for recreational activity used to have three c's on the front, which has now been replaced by two c's). Use of Coricidin for the purpose "of tripping balls" became dangerous after chlorphenamine replaced the less harmful pseudoephedrine in 2002. There have been several instances of overdose from corcidin.
Exceeding the recommended dosage will often cause nausea, and can occasionally result in very serious injury (such as liver damage) or death.
Coricidin contains a combination of acetaminophen and chlorpheniramine. Acetaminophen is a pain reliever and a fever reducer. Chlorpheniramine is an antihistamine. An overdose of Coricidin can cause damage to your liver due to the acetaminophen content. Avoid drinking alcohol. It can increase the risk of liver damage while you are taking Coricidin due to the acetaminophen content, and can add to drowsiness caused by an antihistamine.
Don't do Triple cs too much. They are HIGHLY ADDICTIVE and will eat away your stomach lining.