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HORRIBLE PHENIBUT WITHDRAWL by William Greencocke - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 16:55:11 EST ID:mzu6j8/M No.139466 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>take 1.5-2gs of phenibut daily since about october
>ends up making me crazy as fuck
>giving me uncontrollable anxiety, i went into the bathroom and sobbed at work because i got chewed out
>completely unable to focus, cant even do simple tasks like count or follow directions on a box of microwave food
>stare into space for hours
>feel like my family and friends are out to get me, often times finding myself in SEVERE psychotic states
>feel my soul start to leave my body, everything seems very surreel and far away
>ended up cutting my arm open with a piece of broken glass and getting 35 staples and stiches because my head wouldnt stop screaming at me
>lost my job because i literally could not focus
>down to 1 gram a day now taking 250mg every 6 hours..still feels like hell...cant get anything done at all... gives me this really fucking weird uncanny pyschotic feeling and makes me DUMB AS FUCK...like so dumb i cant even speak a full sentence without tripping over my words.. i cant even organize basic thoughts like at all
>making me lash out, the other day i watched myself punch a hole in the wall next my roomates head, in 3rd person...

i wont lie guys....this is fucking scary....did i cause permanant brain damage...fuck am i going to be like this forever....am i going to just be a pyscho in the corner...is it cooking my brain like an egg because that is how i feel

ive heard withdrawl can last for months to years because its such a long lasting drug with a high half life
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TinyTrip - Wed, 14 Feb 2018 01:38:12 EST ID:5o2I4jcJ No.139488 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139487
No issue with that I prefer civil discussion anyways.

It seems we were in agreement anyways.

My issue wasn't the risk of seizure but the potential of psychotic symptoms worsening from the abrupt drop.

You are right about baclofen (the compounds are structurally similar and have been used in clinical case)

I should have clarified that seizure risk wasn't the concern but psychotic and to a lesser extent other issues associated with wd.

I didn't mean they would die, only that for an individual to display such an extent of psychotic features during discontinuation, abrupt cessation is NOT advised unless part of a medical plan.

You're right that there have been no deaths but clinical cases that have required the use of baclofen (I saw one where they resorted to barbiturates) due to the severity of wds means that CT should be off the table unless done as an inpatient.
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TinyTrip - Wed, 14 Feb 2018 01:57:51 EST ID:5o2I4jcJ No.139489 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139487
Btw I'm glad /benz/ has knowledgeable posters (you obviously read up on this), this board would be /stim/-/del/ tier if we didn't have good contributors.

Really though, I shouldn't have jumped on your post for a single aspect I disagree with (and to be fair I am confident on that and can give a longer post when I've actually slept and can access resources at work which I can't from personal devices)

>>139486
Yeah, this was my concern and why you shouldn't CT.

Please man, don't mention suicide on here in the action tense, mods want us to report that for liability purposes.

I get where you're coming from, I've mentioned my own illness enough and share enough symptoms that I can relate.

The issue is that if you are prone the more exposure will increase future likelihood of episodes, particularly if you throw your brain a curve ball and cease abruptly.

And trust me from experience, PDocs don't look down on schizo, most I've talked with on the subject just hate that the tools they can use are so limited and often aren't ideal (neuroleptics )
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Lillian Nickleford - Sat, 17 Feb 2018 02:22:59 EST ID:S89PMKlp No.139536 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Whatever happened is not permanent.

If it, by some chance, does end up being permanent, you will find happiness.
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Charles Gablinggold - Sun, 18 Feb 2018 06:47:06 EST ID:RjczlE0D No.139551 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139486
These kind of symptoms can absolutely be caused by withdrawal from phenibut and other gabapentinoids (and benzos for that matter). Psychiatrists and other mental health professionals do not look down on schizophrenics. Many schizophrenics can live normal lives with treatment.
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Hamilton Bardworth - Sun, 18 Feb 2018 09:25:09 EST ID:hOmWV+4Y No.139552 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>139466
Best of luck OP. This post is a good reminder I need to curb my addiction

Nb


The Hat Man by Lurking Fear - Tue, 13 Feb 2018 04:58:14 EST ID:HHh7HCti No.139474 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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A few days ago i watched the movie 'The nightmare" Which is about the night man, shadow people, and other spooky stuff. Since that day ive been gripped with fear and i cannot stop thinking of my breif encounter with the hat man, many years ago.

All my friends had abandoned me. They did not like that i was getting into drugs and decided it was the only way. I was in a state of catatonic depression and loneliness was the only thing i could feel. At 16 the only accessible drugs i had were DXM and DPH. I would walk to my local kroger after the pharmacy closed, and steal zicam and benadryl on a regular basis. I wish to share with you my experience with "the hat man".
It was a normal, lonely day for me. I had decided i would play runescape all night, and get really fucked up on DPH and DXM. At about 10pm i downed my 500dxm/300DPH combo. After about 30 mintues i realized the DXM had diminished my vision to a placid blur, and playing runscape was now near impossible. I just sat there for awhile, battling the nausea and anxiety of the high starting.
When the drugs had risen to their peak, the hallucinations begin. First things first, phantom cigarettes of course, though the next thing that occured was emotionally disturbing.
My closest friends, the ones that had recently abandoned me had casually walked through my bedroom door laughing and smiling. My two closest friends at the time, C & K came over and sat on the bed with me, and my other friend J occupied his favorite blue chair adjacent to me. We laughed and joked, spoke of good times and made more. In that moment i was truly happy to be with my friends again and had so desperatly needed their company.
I got up on my feet and walked over to the television so that i could turn it off and more intently converse with my friends. When i turned the power off, and turned my head back towards my close friends, they were gone. The room was empty and i was alone. It was all a farce, a hallucination. A screaming attempt from my subconcious, desperatly trying to reach out to another soul. It had reached so far into the abyss it pulled out these illusions just to keep company. When i realized what had happened i was brought to tears…
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Brain - Tue, 13 Feb 2018 19:04:42 EST ID:hOmWV+4Y No.139480 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139476
Reading shit like this really turns me off from going down the road of deliriants and dissociatives lol nb
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TinyTrip - Tue, 13 Feb 2018 23:48:49 EST ID:5o2I4jcJ No.139484 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139480
It's the primary reason I've strictly stayed away as well, never seen abuse of these drugs that didn't make me think of a psych ward.

That and I can't comprehend why the effects are something anyone would want to induce, but that's a personal view.

Nb.
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Graham Pashlut - Wed, 14 Feb 2018 10:43:00 EST ID:hvvbbWtY No.139493 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139474
nah nigga, you were just stupid high
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Oliver Fanshaw - Fri, 16 Feb 2018 01:18:43 EST ID:Qo38MppP No.139519 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bo3R3LBjDek
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Reuben Gacklepot - Fri, 16 Feb 2018 09:08:08 EST ID:70T5pqlP No.139523 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139493
/thread


BWB- BENZOFURY IS TOTALLY A BENZO GUIZE!1!-Edition by TinyChimp !5pb17tfZto - Thu, 09 Nov 2017 16:56:00 EST ID:kBStRnnS No.138091 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Last one stopped bumping

0.5mg clonazepam,

Kickboxing and then looking over the new research project, it is fascinating stuff but I hope I'm not out of my depth, and embarass myself by wearing a leather shoe on my head.
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Sophia !0R/XnN1IK. - Sat, 17 Feb 2018 00:16:03 EST ID:as5ueRdu No.139535 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Went from an 8 out of 10 down to about a three.. Weed is amazing. Also bumping on 4mg Etizolam and some phenebut (I never measure it.. Oops).
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Eliza Pickwater - Sat, 17 Feb 2018 16:27:58 EST ID:70T5pqlP No.139537 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Prebump sippin some o.j. with about 3mg etiz pg in it and eating ranch style beans
Happy Saturday yall
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Fiend !!1C9jE+w+ - Sat, 17 Feb 2018 19:02:56 EST ID:yuE+/YYo No.139540 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138091
Riding that DXM afterglow.
> 1.25mg Phenazepam
> 20mg Diazepam
Smokin' bud. Nice day.
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Fiend !!1C9jE+w+ - Sat, 17 Feb 2018 21:39:58 EST ID:yuE+/YYo No.139542 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139540
2.5mg Phenazepam this evening. Fuck it all.
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Priscilla Buttingkeg - Sun, 18 Feb 2018 05:20:18 EST ID:70T5pqlP No.139548 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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8mg etiz staggered throughout the night
2mg clonazepam
some tasty joints and blunts
feeling pretty chill now


I got my eleventh convulsion a month ago by Ernest Fanwell - Thu, 08 Feb 2018 15:53:43 EST ID:4cPl1a+Z No.139385 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I had been a benzo addict (Diazepam, Clonazepam, Bromazepam, Nitrazepam, Midazolam, Alprazolam, etc.) for 10 years. I had a great future back then, since my dad passed away 4 years ago, I have been living thanks to some help of my family.

A month ago I got a very powerful grand mal petit seizure because I haven't taken any benzos in at least a week. I dislocated my right shoulder, and broke my computer table. I was also extremely slow for 2 days or so.

After the event, my family got desperate and bought me a box of Valium, Lyrica, and Ativan, which I have already taken all except the Ativan that I am using to sleep.
I realize I have strong potential but at this point and seeing where the society and world is going, I don't care, so I'm just doing the bare minimum to survive.

Anyone feels the same way?
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Sophia !0R/XnN1IK. - Thu, 08 Feb 2018 18:41:51 EST ID:as5ueRdu No.139391 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>139386
Damn. You know addition is a disease. Physical withdrawal symptoms, besides the seizures, can be so bad that you want to kill yourself or have thoughts of harm ("IDK if I live or die" type of thoughts. Sounds to me that OP is going through something similar. Don't shit on OP for having a fucking disorder.


Family "buying" (illegally or using a prescription that isn't OPs is kind of dangerous. If they wanted to help, assist OP to go through the medical withdrawal process that a doctor sets you up on, if they really want to help and you have insurance and can afford it.
I hope you're doing a bit better, OP. I'm usually posting here every day or so, if you want to email or talk, let me know. I know the feeling of just wanting to just fucking crash my car into a tree and dying.
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Brain - Thu, 08 Feb 2018 18:53:04 EST ID:hOmWV+4Y No.139393 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139391
I've never once looked at my addictions as a disease. A disease is something you have no control over and you are powerless against, and trust me I know that recovery programs want you to believe you're powerless when it comes to your addiction but you're not. The reason recovery programs tell you that is to take your money! But if you just realize that your addiction was your choice they you can get sober by choice. I'm not saying it's easy to beat your addiction but you're definitely not powerless over it. People have got to stop feeling sorry for themselves and help themselves instead of claiming they have a disease and giving up on themselves for real.
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Nicholas Brimmerham - Fri, 09 Feb 2018 14:03:41 EST ID:hvvbbWtY No.139401 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139391
dude, I know ALL to well what a grueling withdrawal off of benzos is like.
It is literally hell on earth.
Ill shit on OP all day if I want specifically BECAUSE he doesn't have a disorder.
But I can't completely shit on him, because he will be sitting in that self pity pool of tears until he realizes that he needs to stop feeling sorry for himself, and commit to getting well again.

I know getting clean from Benzo's isn't something you can just do "cold turkey"
you can fucking die if you try to do it that way.
But it's not impossible.
You have to slowly ween yourself off of them, which is hard for a lot of people, because you have to actually have a supply to do that.
OP's family basically gave him a whole stash, but he's just blowing through them while saying "oh poor me".

I had NO ONE to help me and I got my shit under control from sheer will power alone.
So FUCK you and FUCK OP
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TinyTrip - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 15:48:28 EST ID:5o2I4jcJ No.139462 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139385
Condolences OP

I felt that way for a for a long time, and I still do although It isn't as difficult to "take it anymore.


Didn't change for me until one day, ready to give up to anhedonia and depression, I decided I'd cold call a renowned individual, in a field I've always wanted to enter, to discuss their career path.

They agreed to meet and said it was funny how life can lead us to potential opportunities (I thought this was bull at the time, life's a bitch who wont let you fuck her), we hit it off, and end of the meeting they offered me a job.

This person literally went out of their way to improve my medical care, introduce me to the field without destroying my confidence, and helped me reach several dreams I thought were impossible due to my career/academic background. I'll probably live with my illness the rest of my life, but atleast this gave me a moderate preference to continue living with it

Hope you find whatever can give you a sense of meaning OP, and I don't know your background but get your medical affairs in order first. It was a huge barrier for me I self martyred on for years.

Didn't read the whole thread but the arguing above made me lol
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TinyTrip - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 15:52:28 EST ID:5o2I4jcJ No.139463 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139388
Also this post is correct about the econony

Global economy isn't crashing just transitioning the balance of power from West to East, as isolationist policy occurs in the U.S and proponents of globalization meet set backs.

Nb


Am i in the clear? by Polly Decklekick - Fri, 02 Feb 2018 21:41:52 EST ID:T9uFLRs8 No.139269 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Im the anon who used for a month about 0.5 to 1mg of xanax a day. Well during january id go a couple days then just use 0.625mg and then went 60 hours then used another 0.625 then after 24 hours i just ate dust from the container after having flushed about 400 0.25mg tabs down the toilet. Its almost 60 hours after eating the dust which wasnt very much. I actually dont feel much of anything like after id go a day without taking any. Id get severe panic attacks and be shakey n shit. So i should be fine right?
It might be weird how id get so easily addicted but im an opiate addict for 9 years so my minds pretty easy to latch onto things.

Anyway thanks for any advice.
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Walter Criddlesadge - Wed, 07 Feb 2018 11:57:09 EST ID:hvvbbWtY No.139371 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139369
because OP deserves it
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George Gegglefad - Wed, 07 Feb 2018 12:16:05 EST ID:f4+KehwG No.139373 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Jumping in on this to ask just how long with daily non-recreational use it would take to become physically addicted to any particular benzo. I'm thinking .5mgs alprazolam daily for a month. Also, how does tolerance stack with benzos? I'm new to this class and want to get the most out of what I've got without hitting that danger wall.
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TinyTrip - Sat, 10 Feb 2018 15:52:48 EST ID:5o2I4jcJ No.139428 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139373
2-3 weeks tends to be more conservative estimates but it will vary

>How does tolerance stack
Honestly, benzos are insidious for this. Tolerance raises fairly quickly imo, and you could potentially become mentally or physical dependant well before you realize it.

These really aren't a drug class to dabble in for fun

>get the most out of it before the danger wall
Not saying it isn't possible, but the danger wall can be really hard to see before you go head first into it with this drug class.

I'd use the same caution as I would if I chose to consume opioids.

Also if you're using them for non-rec purposes you're better off using prn.
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Martin Pettingluck - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 12:17:03 EST ID:rpBSGGiO No.139458 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139428
Thanks for the response man. I've mostly been using it to come down from coke or adderall. Roughly 4-5 times a week and I haven't really jumped past 1mg since it's not for the recreational effects.
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TinyTrip - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 15:14:52 EST ID:5o2I4jcJ No.139461 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139458
No problem, happy to help.

As someone who is rxd stims and benzos, try to be cautious with that. Don't want to battle two demons at once.

I totally get the rationale and utility value (ill do it infrequently if I need to stim for work) but that path seems to spark as much issues as those who use benzos rec.

Cheers


benzo retardation by Lillian Hevingmig - Sat, 10 Feb 2018 01:16:45 EST ID:DRKWsHzh No.139411 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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how to cunteract benzo retardation without having to resort to anxiety inducing stimulants?
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Sophie Brindlekadge - Sat, 10 Feb 2018 14:02:27 EST ID:INnlSvg6 No.139427 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139424
I think you have to switch to a longer half life benzo like diazepam or clonazepam.
Etiz is too strong and will inevitably mess with cognitive functions

t. etiz user
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TinyTrip - Sun, 11 Feb 2018 18:07:01 EST ID:5o2I4jcJ No.139440 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139411
If you mean slower cognitive function due to their primary moa, and effects, can't say I've looked into it.

Without directly trying to counteract it or recommending otcs with potential d-d interactions/little value, I'd say take a lower dosage.

If cognitive abilities are too greatly impacted by your benzo dosage, especially with etiz, either;
Lower your dosage
Don't take a triazolo
Don't switch to a longer acting benzodiazepine

If you mean the long term cognitive effects, well that comes with the usage friend.

>>139427
A longer acting bzd will only increase the length of the cognitive impact and the metabolite build up will most likely lead to it being an issue even in interdosing period

At equipment dosages, it may initially work but the buildup associated with them (clonazepam is notorious for this where I am currently) would likely result in higher levels of sedation, potentially making this an issue for OP between dose.
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Clara Brugglekutch - Sun, 11 Feb 2018 19:53:03 EST ID:DUzIztvp No.139443 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139440

Imagine something like Flurazepam with it's 200hr half life...yuck. That's only a partial agonist though.
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Dr. Katz !KqgSR25gAQ - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 02:15:45 EST ID:eU6VsVxS No.139452 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139411
Lower dosages.
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TinyTrip !5pb17tfZto - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 08:56:43 EST ID:5o2I4jcJ No.139457 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139443
you make a good observation, there are a few where I don't know how people manage the build up. A side note though, due to the allosteric mechanism of binding behind benzodiazepines (vs directly binding to the receptor) and impact on the Na+ ion channel ,things are rarely as cut and dry as the whole partial agonist aspect.

Interestingly enough though, IIRC, some novel partial agonists, selective agonists etc, particularly those with greater impact the Na+ ion channel, I think most were based off the 3-Hydroxy subclass but don't hold me to that, seem to show promise in potential tolerance reduction.


Don't quote me on that last part as it was a lot of personal research, and piecing together information from individuals who had studied the subject much more than I, + not a doctor

>>139452
Bang on as always


Ativan by 1222221 - Wed, 31 Jan 2018 22:37:51 EST ID:7F9iyFpN No.139237 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I have access to ativan, I've taken them a handful of times, notice some small, not that great effects. Anyone else ever use these. Any tips you could give out
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TinyTrip !5pb17tfZto - Tue, 06 Feb 2018 19:10:11 EST ID:5o2I4jcJ No.139351 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139348
I'm not surprised they don't use them, I'm surprised they haven't heard of them.

ie you won't get diazepam easily where I am, however every doctor, pharmacist, etc knows it. Same with alprazolam, temazepam, you name it.
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Dr. Katz !KqgSR25gAQ - Wed, 07 Feb 2018 01:32:27 EST ID:eU6VsVxS No.139363 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139345
Precisely. Despite opinions of either drug the WHO lists diazepam and lorazepam on their essential drugs/medicine lists.
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dr. m !gWLn19/oKs - Sun, 11 Feb 2018 16:20:50 EST ID:kpVC1inu No.139433 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139237

I received 7x1mg lorazepam recently after never having them apart of a time before surgery years and years ago.

It was great back when I had basically zero tolerance and had only been exposed to the occasional 0.5mg alprazolam once a month with some hydrocodone.

Now even after what, 3-5 months of zero benzos whatsoever, lorazepam only felt good from the first 2mg dose. After waiting a few days, lorazepam won't provide any pseudo euphoria whatsoever. I blame it on the 500mg-1g etizolam binge last year. Shit is never the same even with months and months break.

On the flipside there's no rebound anxiety at all.

Is this exactly how diclazepam feels?
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Dr. Katz !KqgSR25gAQ - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 02:11:52 EST ID:eU6VsVxS No.139451 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139433
There's a subtle difference in the feeling between lorazepam and diclazepam, honestly. Diclazepam made me feel a bit more out of it and I had more retrograde amnesia at moderate to high dosages that were equivalent to lorazepam.
Personally, I felt rebound anxiety with lorazepam but this was still much less than with alprazolam.
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Dr. Katz !KqgSR25gAQ - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 12:57:27 EST ID:eU6VsVxS No.139459 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139451
Anterograde amnesia**


nb


Gabapentin and Xanax? by Beatrice Bicklestock - Sat, 10 Feb 2018 12:43:33 EST ID:2XOW3HOL No.139423 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Ok so I have an ungodly tolerance to both drugs.
I'm perscribed 3600mgs of gabapentin a day (although I usually double that)
Haven't done benzos in like 9 months, but even my friends know about my benzo tolerance. Years ago I used to swallow a whole bottle of 1mgs and chew em right when I picked em up at the pharmacy, it was fucked.
So I have to take at least 6mg of xanax to even feel a buzz or anything it sucks.
So tl;Dr what's the deal with these two? Does the gabapentin potentiate the benzos? Am I wasting my time?
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Beatrice Bicklestock - Sat, 10 Feb 2018 13:18:22 EST ID:2XOW3HOL No.139425 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139423
Cuz I took 3600mgs gab and 2mg kpin 4 mg zan. It's been about 45 minutes since I took those too.
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Ernest Wollershit - Sat, 10 Feb 2018 13:18:30 EST ID:ydFfzJ5H No.139426 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139423
Cuz I took 3600mgs gab and 2mg kpin 4 mg zan. It's been about 45 minutes since I took those too.
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dr. m !gWLn19/oKs - Sun, 11 Feb 2018 16:29:21 EST ID:kpVC1inu No.139434 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139423

Honestly after a while man benzos just plain stop working because there's permatolerance. It's the same with opioids, but opioid tolerance seems to be more forgiving.

Once youve gone over the arbitary edge there's really no turning back. The fact you use another GABAergic drug daily only solidifies this fact. Even after 4 or more months of complete benzo sobriety (maybe even 6mo tbh), I only felt "good" from the very first dose and by the 3rd or 4th I might as well have been drinking a beer instead.

When you abuse drugs for months or years, you may not realize at the time that you're doing seemingly irreversible damage to your tolerance and thus the ability to enjoy the drugs.

I came into possession of 24g gabapentin and I've learned the only way to enjoy them is staggered, occasionally, when you're already drinking or doing benzos or opioids. Otherwise its a plain waste with huge WD potential.
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Dr. Katz !KqgSR25gAQ - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 02:09:20 EST ID:eU6VsVxS No.139449 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP - yes, gabapentin does have a synergic effect with benzos. Like dr. m stated benzo tolerance is much less forgiving than a tolerance to opioids. However, I wouldn't say that you're specifically wasting your time. You're taking drugs to get high and the dosages that you're taking aren't doing it for you. If you're already RX'd gabapentin daily I don't doubt that your tolerance is quite how in addition to your benzo use.
I have *heard* that some individuals do not feel much of a decrease in benzo tolerance even a couple of years of discontinuation. However, some individuals feel a great tolerance drop after 3-6 months. It is all biologically subjective as well as dosage and frequency dependent.

>>139434
Staggering/stacking gabapentin is definitely the way to go. There is a tremendous synergy with gabapentin and benzos. As well, the dose curve from taking say 900 or 1,200mg gabapentin versus 2,000mg+ feels almost like an entirely different drug.


what be this pill yo by Simon Pockworth - Sat, 10 Feb 2018 07:44:16 EST ID:nNk1Ct+5 No.139417 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Do these look like any benzo or other drug any of yall have ever seen?

Found these from my brothers cabinet after he had moved out, he dabbles mostly in benzos and opiates, so I thought I'd start by asking over here.
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Simon Pockworth - Sat, 10 Feb 2018 07:45:34 EST ID:nNk1Ct+5 No.139418 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Simon Chittingwater - Sat, 10 Feb 2018 08:10:00 EST ID:70T5pqlP No.139419 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>those edges
They look sus, my guess is definitely non-pharm pills. Idk beyond that though
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Simon Pockworth - Sat, 10 Feb 2018 08:12:29 EST ID:nNk1Ct+5 No.139420 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139419
its 3/4 of a pill, the rough edges are from the pill getting cut.
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Reuben Blatherdock - Sat, 10 Feb 2018 17:33:52 EST ID:CTaUEH8w No.139430 Ignore Report Quick Reply
could it be methadone?
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TinyTrip - Sun, 11 Feb 2018 18:21:10 EST ID:5o2I4jcJ No.139442 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139417
Flunitrazepam fo sho

Nb


Dalmane/Flurazepam by UnsophisticatedxX - Sat, 27 Jan 2018 15:02:25 EST ID:DUzIztvp No.139138 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anybody here ever try this out for rec use?

Half life of the metabolite is like 200 hours or something crazy like that. Was apparently the first benzo ever marketed as a Hypnotic. It's got that flouro atom on there which makes me wonder how strong it actually is. It's getting me very curious considering how good Flunitrazepam is.

In theory, if one were to take a large amount of this, wouldn't a 2 day long blackout basically ensue?
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Cedric Dinnerhall - Sun, 28 Jan 2018 21:45:58 EST ID:U6yQgB0F No.139167 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139138
temazepam is way more potent then dalmane ! i would take 4-7 30mg and wake up after doing the stupidest shit ever
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Fucking Turveyville - Mon, 29 Jan 2018 03:39:37 EST ID:v/06Sotw No.139173 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139167
dalmane was one of the first benzos I took at like 16, realized it was nice. was never a benzo person but was like getting a bit high and seemed to last quite a while.
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Polly Greenforth - Sat, 10 Feb 2018 01:17:07 EST ID:DUzIztvp No.139412 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139167
I think I remember you saying you took a couple and tried making BHO and almost burnt down your place, not sure if that was you or someone else.

Did you have the mylan or the westward brand?
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Cyril Pittman - Sat, 10 Feb 2018 01:28:54 EST ID:yP5dJE+j No.139413 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I was on this for a while for insomnia. If you take it every day, it will accumulate, and for me, that ended up making me extremely depressed. That being said, it is a fantastic benzo, you just have to be aware of its extremely long duration
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Polly Greenforth - Sat, 10 Feb 2018 01:43:20 EST ID:DUzIztvp No.139415 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139413

What was it like when dosed acutely? Better than temazepam?


2M2B by Simon Chittingwater - Fri, 09 Feb 2018 22:12:47 EST ID:70T5pqlP No.139409 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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A fella mention 2M2B in the ven thread which In had never heard of. Looked into it and it seems pretty fuckin interesting. Anybody have experience with this stuff? It's not a benzo but is Gabaergic and this board seems like it has more potential for discussion on it than /other/ or /hooch/.
Looks like you can buy big bottles of it on the cheap literally on Amazon because it's used for lab stuff. I WANNA KNOW MORE
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Polly Greenforth - Sat, 10 Feb 2018 00:37:45 EST ID:DUzIztvp No.139410 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If you search a little more on circlejerk you'll find that things can get pretty ugly with this stuff.

Any reason you wouldn't just slam back some cheap gin instead?


bars, whatever, etc by Dr. Tempo Benzo - Wed, 31 Jan 2018 20:33:59 EST ID:ANrzNiNP No.139236 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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copped 100 GG3722 barrs that were pretty good. not for resale unless your custy's were dumbasses/pred a high. qwewe myt bartarrds at? i work @ amazon and handle my shit :) ..... P.S. that is my razer ornata gaming keboard... WoW and BBC2 whasssup?????????????????
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Martha Bludgefield - Fri, 02 Feb 2018 22:17:47 EST ID:dRvtveiV No.139271 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139261
While I clearly missed the point of the post I couldn't give a fuck if you believe me or not. Its not like working 70 hours a week for over a decade straight is a particularly coveted thing.
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TinyTrip !5pb17tfZto - Sat, 03 Feb 2018 17:48:13 EST ID:5o2I4jcJ No.139292 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139236
>leave benz for a few weeks
> we /dis/ now cuzzz, bars to the stars sippin lean


How impaired were you when you wrote this lol
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Walter Criddlesadge - Wed, 07 Feb 2018 12:01:23 EST ID:hvvbbWtY No.139372 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139271
yeah, ok.
Sorry bro
I was insensitive.
70 hours a week though dude?
Damn being Head Chef at Wendy's is no joke.
congrats on all your success.
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Charlotte Senningmune - Fri, 09 Feb 2018 01:38:30 EST ID:dRvtveiV No.139400 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139372
I know its probably a novel idea for you but not all of us who do drugs work dead end jobs or live on government assistance.

NB
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Nicholas Brimmerham - Fri, 09 Feb 2018 14:08:32 EST ID:hvvbbWtY No.139402 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>139400
how about the novel idea of giving someone advice without sucking your own dick in the process.
Although this tread basically was going on a good joke,
Your original comment was basically stroking your own ego
>you can be as successful as me one day


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