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need benz from a doc by Augustus Blytheman - Wed, 15 Nov 2017 13:52:27 EST ID:xefu1Nub No.138188 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Do you get drug tested for benzo prescription? My dad has anxiety, as so I, and knows a doctor who prescribes him Xanax and used to do the same for my brother. I have long hair and a beard which is why Im afraid he might test me and find MJ or traces of other things and put me on some sort of blacklist. I really just want a benzo for legitimate anxiety relief, though =(. I don't act funny or twitchy and I can't think of a reason he would be suspicious besides my facial and head hair. My fear is being blocked for life from being able to treat my anxiety because of a simple few puffs, but that may just be my anxiety talking. What do you think, /benz/? Am I worrying over nothing? I'm in Florida if that helps.
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Jenny Funningbury - Fri, 17 Nov 2017 14:57:37 EST ID:Wf6sslEu No.138225 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138193

>Longer hair, more drugs.. oh, wow.
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Dr. Katz - Fri, 17 Nov 2017 15:15:15 EST ID:LNlHBoqv No.138226 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138220
The concept of the self-fulfilling prophecy is strong here. You must approach this with confidence. Practice your speeches ahead of time, multiple times. Have you speech down, but don't memorize the entirety. You'll have flashcards/bulleted paper/cues from a PowerPoint, right?
>I know I will freeze up and do very poorly
-not if you put hard work into this. Benzos can and would likely help, but you can do this without drugs OP. Have faith in yourself and your abilities.

>>138225
It also helps that I was doing well in undergrad, graduated with honors, and was accepted into a grad program 2 years ago. Continuing my education via graduate studies and indicating that benzos help me function, perform better, and focus easier (i.e. quality of life) has also been a major catalyst. If I was just some bum ass looking stoner without any goals/direction in life I don't think that my psych would be as understanding of my situation.
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Jarvis Pitthall - Fri, 17 Nov 2017 23:33:41 EST ID:um71kJ1g No.138233 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138220
well knowing this now I’d say it’s likely this doc won’t prescribe the Xanax if he’s familiar with your brothers abuse.
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Ernest Buzzson - Mon, 20 Nov 2017 16:18:06 EST ID:vIIAZX+t No.138256 Ignore Report Quick Reply
get clean in 3 weeks, then try for the script.
That, or stop looking like a hippie jesus
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Esther Pitthood - Wed, 29 Nov 2017 11:02:56 EST ID:meIK7F0F No.138330 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138226
Gotta agree with Katz here. You won't do well unless you believe you'll do well. Start practicing your presentations, hammer them down. And the beta blocker you got prescribed will actually help a lot. It'll keep your BP and HR low, which attenuates many effects of anxiety.

I believe in you OP. You got it.


6mg xanax, 5g kratom, 150 mg thc by Phoebe Blullerwill - Thu, 16 Nov 2017 03:14:36 EST ID://EKWGTb No.138195 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How's your night going folks. I'm honestly loving this combination. After quitting my Opium habit for good, I can comfortably use Kratom recreationally at intervals of my own choice(once or twice a month) like an average man drinks a beer, which I 100% abstain since I just don't like it.

What are your guy's drug combos of choice, in regards to benzos? what do you like to do on your mixes? Personally, I am a musician and artist and love coming up with new pieces from new perspectives and head spaces so doing doing drugs is definitely more than a hobby for me(Especially psychedelics, they are more favorite tiers).

One love, peace and blessings be upon you all.

Pic unrelated.
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Betsy Duttingham - Mon, 20 Nov 2017 17:56:19 EST ID:yPiFft7D No.138257 Ignore Report Quick Reply
clonazepam + beer + small amount of meth was one of my most euphoric combos.
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Betsy Duttingham - Mon, 20 Nov 2017 18:08:06 EST ID:yPiFft7D No.138258 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138257
forgot to add: i call it peasant speedball.
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Nell Panninglire - Mon, 27 Nov 2017 08:12:40 EST ID:9/DKZoBd No.138308 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sitting on a bus, going home from work. When I get home, I'll pop 2-4mg's of clonazepam, then pour a little glass of whiskey. Once the benzos hit me, I'll rail 2mg's of buprenorphine.
With that combo I just love to chill the fuck out, play videogames or watch Netflix/HBO. Maybe I'll read my newest comicbook "Batman Eternal."
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Dr. Katz - Tue, 28 Nov 2017 02:29:41 EST ID:LNlHBoqv No.138311 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138308
Buprenorphine is heavy shit! I would take 0.5mg to 1mg (max) along with benzos and be fucking ZONKED late last year and very early this year. I only took the drug a small handful of times because it was so strong. Even 1mg was a bit too much for me. Suboxone is a serious drug.
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Martha Dogglepure - Tue, 28 Nov 2017 22:26:59 EST ID:K4DwwT9K No.138324 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138311
Yeah, until you acquire a serious opiate tolerance. After that it's basically useless.
It's good to be cautious and all, but if you know your tolerance then taking 2mg+ with benzos isn't necessarily unreasonable.


flunitrazolam by Eliza Pittshit - Sun, 26 Nov 2017 12:45:04 EST ID:x1E9MLIx No.138300 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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is flunitrazolam worth it or will i remember nothing
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Angus Beckleman - Sun, 26 Nov 2017 19:39:42 EST ID:um71kJ1g No.138301 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138300
how is your tolerance? my benzo tolerance and opiate tolerance are both very high and that shit alone scares me after reading it. I’m going to go with remember nothing but that all depends on multiple factors.
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Dr. Katz - Tue, 28 Nov 2017 02:34:52 EST ID:LNlHBoqv No.138313 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I know nothing of the conversions to standard/classic benzos. Keep in mind that flunitrazepam had to be banned in the 1980s in the U.S. and was/is demonized (rather falsely) as the "date rape drug" to this very day.
Tread lightly, OP. Maybe treat the drug along the lines of clonazolam or flubromazolam and start with 0.125mg or a maximum of 0.25mg dosages. Avoid re-dosing. I know that it can be very easy to re-dose triazolo benzos, but this is a new RC drug. No sense in fucking up your life or someone else's life.

>What is your prior benzo experience?


going to psych for panic attacks by i hate being alive - Sat, 25 Nov 2017 02:30:27 EST ID:m4vzJqga No.138282 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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hi /benz/

i've started having really bad panic attacks in the last 3 months along with the major depression and general anxiety i've had since i was little. my life's pretty much falling apart at this point and i've already managed to ruin everything without the help of drugs. i've been put on 4 antidepressants in the past but i always just end up saving them to overdose on once they don't help at all.

im seeing a psych for the first time soon and i'm very nervous to say the least. i'm not interested in abusing meds but i am curious if i'll be prescribed any benzos.any idea of the chances of that? being alive is miserable.
am 20yo girl if that will change anything about the appointment
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i hate being alive - Sat, 25 Nov 2017 18:07:08 EST ID:m4vzJqga No.138289 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138285
i think i'd be a little disappointed if im prescribed xanax, i'd feel more comfortable taking something weaker
i've been thinking about my psychiatrist visit all day and i'm honestly horrified about going. the building is within viewing distance of my dorm so im not too worried about trying to walk there.
they examined me beforehand and im just going to let them know that my panic attacks have been getting worse. i feel so pathetic lol

my friends called the hospital one time when i woke up freaking out and then like 10 paramedics showed up and told me they couldn't do anything to help. amazing experience lol

i doubt anything will change after my appointment. everything feels hopeless at this point.
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Dr. Katz - Sat, 25 Nov 2017 20:45:51 EST ID:LNlHBoqv No.138290 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138289
Everything is not hopeless though. Trust me and believe me. Life can and will get better. If there is any one singular thing that I know is that life can change.

If you want something that is weaker for panic disorder Ativan (lorazepam) is another option that is commonly prescribed.
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Cornelius Bankinman - Sun, 26 Nov 2017 00:09:09 EST ID:Q83RwjkM No.138294 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>am 20 year old girl

tits or GTFO
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Eliza Pittshit - Sun, 26 Nov 2017 12:41:52 EST ID:x1E9MLIx No.138299 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138294
go back
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Nell Sammlehood - Sun, 26 Nov 2017 20:49:12 EST ID:woZxUBNZ No.138305 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138282

Post feet, pls. :)


Overestimated clonazepam by Esther Tootdale - Mon, 13 Nov 2017 09:55:12 EST ID:F/3q7gjJ No.138148 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Yoyo. I was a benzo virgin until my friend sold me ten of our local clonazepam pills (2 mg each). He told me to be careful unless I want to blackout and cause ruckus. I took one 2 mg pill and drank a beer. I was sitting down the whole time and could not feel anything besides the beer. When I got up I noticed my legs were slightly spaghetti-ish. Nothing spectacular.

Two days later I decided to take 4 mgs of the stuff with no alcohol this time. I expected to be unable to walk to do my normal stuff but all I felt was body relaxation. If I sat down for too long, I didn't want to get up anymore. But my headspace remained the same.

I don't dare to take 6 mgs because according to every since piece of source I've found online, it's just too much. Even +2 mg is considered a high dosage and I have no tolerance whatsoever.

Am I doing it wrong or did I get some second grade stuff? My friend uses the same supplier and he's having a (way too) great time. The night I took 2 mgs and a beer, he ended up blacking out and getting lost on the way from the supermarket. Can one have a natural tolerance for this shit?
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TinyTrip !5pb17tfZto - Mon, 13 Nov 2017 14:37:08 EST ID:kBStRnnS No.138158 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138148
Aggression is extremely uncommon amongst general population studies, but research indicates a positive correlation with booze.

You're taking high dosages of benzodiazepines, you can develop a cross tolerance through other gaba acting agents (alcohol) and individual body chemistry can play a factor.

Those are some big boy dosages for someone benzo naive, it's a flag of some sort imo.

You could have delusions of sobriety and make an ass of yourself, particulsrly by doing things you wouldn't normally. Unlikely that they'll make you inherently aggressive, but you could respond to something like a drunk ass and get physical.
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Dr. Katz - Mon, 13 Nov 2017 23:46:19 EST ID:LNlHBoqv No.138167 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138148
Even starting with 2mg clonazepam + beer is a heft amount for a first-timer.
I cannot recommend continuing to increase your dosage by 2mg. Why not try to up the dosage by 0.5mg to 1.0mg instead? Also, keep in mind that delusions of sobriety are very likely with benzos.
Yes, it is possible to have a natural tolerance, but there are limits. It would be one thing if you took a 1mg pill and did not feel anything, but to jump to 6mg is not a good idea. You will likely black out. You may even become violent. While paradoxical effects are rare I have seen them more often than I'd like to admit. Benzo rage is a real thing.
Also, most would advise to not take a benzo more than 1-2x/week max. You're dealing with an ultra potent and heavily addictive drug that is both psychologically and physically addictive. Benzo withdrawal is NOT something that you want to go through.
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Walter Duckstock - Tue, 14 Nov 2017 17:36:34 EST ID:F/3q7gjJ No.138177 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Story time. I'm gonna nb because it's not interesting. If you stumble upon this, happy reading.

I took the pills, 6 mg in total, to an almost empty stomach. My friend arrived maybe 20 minutes later with weed and liquor (for himself; I vowed not to ingest anything but the clonazepam). He smoked some and poured himself a drink while I was trying to feel the onset. We played some xbox until I started having difficulties with the controller. I remember feeling really sedated at this point. Clumsy, slurring, but not sleepy.

Two other friends came over. They knew what I had taken so it was all cool. They smoked and drank while I mostly just sat on the couch not saying much. Every now and then I'd try to join the conversation but most of what I said made no sense. (For example I suggested we should go to a bathhouse even though I've never been to one or know any bathhouses.) I remember some of this but it feels like remembering a dream.

At one point the night became almost like a sitcom. I didn't feel any connection to what was happening. It felt like I was watching some boring show about four dudes getting hammered and playing video games. I didn't feel like myself. I was just a character. If masked gunmen would have busted through the windows guns pointed at us, I would've probably just rolled my eyes and tried to change the channel.

Then a 2-3 hour blackout happened. I remember sitting on the couch and the next thing I realize I'm in a moving car. My friends are all there and my mate is driving drunk (which I hate, but being so sedated I couldn't care less). I ask what the fuck is going on and where are we going. They said we made plans to hit the club. OK, I thought. Sure, why not. My friends told me that I fell asleep on the couch for an hour. Then got up, went to the bathroom, made myself a sandwich. Every time I would leave the common room and come back I'd ask the guys what the fuck they were doing in my house and they'd explain to me that I took drugs.

My friend parked the car. The three amigos smoked some from a guerilla pipe. I was walking like a sideways wave function but felt rather sober in my head. There was no sitcom effect anymore. I knew who I was and (sorta) what I was doing. We got to the entrance and the bouncer gave me one look and said 'yeah, no dude.' We wanted to stay together so we chose another venue which was a couple blocks away. We chose to walk but keeping me from hugging the ground was like trying to make an octopus stand on its tentacles. I remember being on the ground laughing at my incredibly stupid decisions and apologizing to my friends because they had to look after me. Around this time my memory gives up again.

The next venue was apparently seedy enough to let a rubber man in. My friends get me on a bar stool next to a wall so I can balance myself against it if I need to. They order drinks and go do what they do. When my memory came back I had ordered three pints of water (two empty, third almost full). I had been chatting with the barkeep (apparently, because we had a conversation going on when I came to). He said water suits me and I remember giggling because it sounded so stupid to me. I finished my third glass of water and started heading for the bathroom. Getting off the stool was stupidly hard. I wanted to seem sober but no way, man. I must've looked like that octopus dad from the game with almost the same name while wandering around looking for a bathroom. My eyesight was blurry as hell. I've got great vision but there I had to really squint to figure out which of the doors was for me.

Then my brain stopped recording. My friends told me I got really sociable with some older gentlemen in the table next to my friend's table. They offered me free shots but I declined (yay me!). They kept pushing them onto me but I repeatedly declined the offers. This or something I said got one of the dudes extremely angry. My friends told me he had been acting really aggressively before but, I guess, this pushed him over the line. He grabbed me by my collar and lifted me up my chair. We were face to face and he kept yelling at me. He even asked if I had had an ice pick lobotomy done at some point in my life (which tells something about how fucked up I was). My friends told me I was like stone. No reaction even though I could've been knocked out there and then. I just smiled goofily to the dude and made slurry remarks about the situation and how I didn't want to disrespect anyone. The situation ended when a friend of his and a friend of mine pulled us apart and we left the bar.
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Wesley Sannerway - Thu, 16 Nov 2017 03:55:34 EST ID:1bF4lFuL No.138196 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138177
I don't get how 4 mg of cpam did almost nothing for you but 6 mg messed you up so badly. Maybe you reached a steady concentration after days of dosing and that 6mg threw you over the edge. I used to do tons of benzos (usually diazepam and lorazepam, sometimes bromazepam but that one sucks) with lots of alcohol, not wise but so fun, and never have I been so fucked up, lol. Only once I semi-blacked out on lorazepam + alcohol (beer and vodka) on a night before Christmas but I was with some friends and one of them watched out for me.
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Angus Beckleman - Sun, 26 Nov 2017 20:00:03 EST ID:um71kJ1g No.138304 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138148
delusions of sobriety. Oh I’ve been batshit on benzos scaring my family calling the police on my neighbors and thought i was sober. Good old benzos.


Falling asleep with Bromazepam + alprazolam by Priscilla Dattingshaw - Fri, 24 Nov 2017 12:00:55 EST ID:wF/xWO9I No.138281 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey,
I briefly played with benzos a couple of years ago and knew they'd be shit for my life if I kept fucking with them.

Today however I need to sleep. I need to get knocked the fuck out within 8 hours of waking up.

All I could get my hands on was bromazepam(3g blister) and alprazolam(1mg blister). So with no tolerance, I'm thinking of either just taking one bromazepam an hour or so before I wanna sleep. Or even one bromazepam first and a bit later an alprazolam, and go to bed 10-20 minutes after I took the alpro (for that combined knockout effect).

Sounds good? Any advice?


New script by George Nunderstid - Wed, 15 Nov 2017 19:26:36 EST ID:tV/exg2E No.138191 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Just for prescribed a small dose of xanax from my PCP for actual panic attacks but he only gave me 6 .25mg
Is this dose good enough for a full on panic attack and if I need more will I get prescribed more you think if I ask again?
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dr. m !gWLn19/oKs - Fri, 17 Nov 2017 13:26:19 EST ID:xisHS4c9 No.138219 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138217

>pcp

>primary care physician/provider, not the drug PCP

>the sentence didn't even read as if he/she got PCP

dude wat

nb
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Dr. Katz - Fri, 17 Nov 2017 15:18:02 EST ID:LNlHBoqv No.138227 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138215
Only take the dosage as directed by your doctor then. Since the label states "as needed for panic attacks" then follow those directions. Do not, I repeat! Do not get into a habit of thinking down the line that as needed is multiple times a week or even multiple times a day. You'd be shocked as to how easy it is to get hooked on benzos when you aren't even abusing your meds.
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Caroline Bardson - Sun, 19 Nov 2017 21:02:10 EST ID:INnlSvg6 No.138250 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138219
we all can dream
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Isabella Hondleshaw - Mon, 20 Nov 2017 00:59:32 EST ID:38PJtPYE No.138253 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>138219
Oh wow I read what you wrote and was like lol that guy is a retard
Then I realized that guy was me on GHB and alcohol
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Walter Hevingfadge - Tue, 21 Nov 2017 10:15:12 EST ID:L1dJzm19 No.138266 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138253
I love/hate when that happens to me.
>get a load of this asshole
>... hey wait a minute


activate my almonds by Ernest Pittlock - Fri, 17 Nov 2017 17:14:45 EST ID:oOOQs/cy No.138229 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Can someone explain the science behind the paradoxical effects of benzos

>are used to treat severe anxiety
>can make you freak out and do completely illogical asshole type shit
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Eliza Dartbanks - Sat, 18 Nov 2017 09:30:20 EST ID:rK+JrG/A No.138236 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Depends on the dose.

Low dose targets certain receptors and calms you down and sedates you.

Higher dose brain chemistry is completely different and can induce mania.

The dose threshold of going from one effect to the other is different with every person.
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TinyTrip !5pb17tfZto - Sat, 18 Nov 2017 11:46:12 EST ID:kBStRnnS No.138240 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Due to such a low percentage (1% amongst general pop if I remember) and difficulty to predict, it is not very well understood, most clinicians I've ever spoken with are content with marking it as a idiosyncrasy

The MOA behind paradoxical reactions isn't fully understood, most studies I've looked at find correlation between; dosage, age, genetics and history of substance abuse.


From a speculative pharmacological view point I know some research has looked at a variety of factors (although none conclusively explain the phenomena) the ones I've seen ; the reduction of symptosomal [K+]/[Na+] ratios and the subsequent rise in nucleic acids, the decrease of catecholamine uptake in certain regions of the brain , effects on the serotonin system (the decrease in the rate of turnover to 5-hydroxytryptamine), and the increase of acetylcholine in the brain.
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High Strung - Sat, 18 Nov 2017 19:37:03 EST ID:jkHAYtZi No.138243 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138240 Thanks TinyTrip. Makes sense as to why that chick went batshit insane on me that one night she took a bunch of Clonazepam without me knowing.
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Dr. Katz - Sat, 18 Nov 2017 21:17:54 EST ID:LNlHBoqv No.138245 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138243
Precisely. I know this anecdotal, but I have found that more woman that I know have paradoxical effects specific to clonazepam than males do. Also, this is in regards to high doses.


benzos + alcohol by Esther Turveyfield - Sat, 11 Nov 2017 17:11:16 EST ID:rW0EPIz7 No.138122 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I recently tried a benzo for the first time with a friend of mine and absolutely loved it. I want to drink while on benzos but my friend says that's a really bad idea and that I shouldn't do it, but that he can do it because he is more experienced.
I naturally have an extremely low tolerance to all drugs, how much of each can I do for a fun evening? What are the risks?
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TinyTrip !5pb17tfZto - Mon, 13 Nov 2017 14:02:25 EST ID:kBStRnnS No.138154 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138122
There' are risks; potentiation of effects, disinhibited behavior, delusions of sobriety, losing consciousness, increased inebriation, aggressive behavior (although rare amongst gen pop tests) is positively correlated when used in combination with alcohol, and then aspiration of vomit.

I never found enjoyment from this combination, and couldn't, in good conscience, advise it to anyone.

Any ratio of Booze to Benzo provided to you may or may not be remotely accurate for you.

Just remember if you choose to consume both, that less is more and it isn't necessarily a linear pattern.

>>138142
Just don't feed the trolls Katz, there isn't much that can really be done outside of that sadly. I hate shitposting as much as you do, I imagine most will just lose interest and move onwards.

Be safe OP
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dr. m !gWLn19/oKs - Mon, 13 Nov 2017 23:48:44 EST ID:xisHS4c9 No.138168 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138141

don't do this.

nex thing you know a month goes by and 500mg is gone, and you've been feeling pretty sober lol.
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Eugene Lightson - Tue, 14 Nov 2017 10:09:31 EST ID:NoX/bXso No.138172 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138154
>Don't feed the bloggers, there isn't much that can really be done outside of that sadly. I hate blogposting as much of others do. I imagine most will just lose interest and move onwards.
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Albert Punningway - Wed, 15 Nov 2017 00:16:46 EST ID:4uQrg4yU No.138184 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138122
Don't fall down. for me the only delusion of sobriety i have on this combo is thinking i can walk 5 feet without eating shit. this is if overdo it, of course.
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Rebecca Hengerpirk - Sat, 18 Nov 2017 11:31:39 EST ID:eI7wOTLA No.138238 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138122
the few times ive drank after taking some xanax ive always forgotten that ive already taken a few bars and will end up taking like 3 more bars and ill black out and almost die. i wouldnt recommend it


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why does etizolam do nothing? i only notice it if i use it along with other drugs
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Sidney Tillingham - Mon, 13 Nov 2017 17:55:26 EST ID:vnpG8Vex No.138161 Ignore Report Quick Reply
For some reason etizolam just makes me unable to stay awake. If I take 2mg or above I will inevitably need to lie down and sleep regardless of what time it is. 1.5mg will have me pretty drowsy. If you took more than that then IDK what the fuck is wrong, I'd wager your tablets are bunk.
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TinyTrip !5pb17tfZto - Mon, 13 Nov 2017 19:24:09 EST ID:kBStRnnS No.138162 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138127
Etizolam does do something,

a) benzo/thienodiazepines are relatively subtle, you could be impaired but unaware

b) you have a cross or existing tolerance

c) it isn't what you ordered/it is bunk/adulterated/etc

Pretty unlikely you wouldn't notice the effects of etiz, but as stated there's a fine line between being aware of impairment and not.

If you are getting blatant synergistic effects consistent with the drugs profile and whatever other poly-drug use you've added it's likely you just don't benefit at a therapeutic level dosage. In which case, I'd say just slowly back out of the rabbit hole as taking recreational dosages leads to dark places pretty quickly.

How confident are you in the reliability of your source? If there's any major doubt I'd think hard on if I wished to consume more.
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dr. m !gWLn19/oKs - Tue, 14 Nov 2017 00:20:53 EST ID:xisHS4c9 No.138169 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138161

I miss this quality. Best short acting sleep benzo ever besides triazolam and midazolam.

nb
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Fanny Blimblebanks - Tue, 14 Nov 2017 00:48:32 EST ID:EwUic2eK No.138171 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Etizolam can cause some pretty heavy delusions of sobriety sometimes. About half the time I take it i'll feel sober but my judgement will be noticeably impaired and i'll be in no fucks given mode. It's not always hypnotic for me even at high dosages and is less muscle relaxing than a lot of other benzos so it can be hard to tell how bad it has me under its spell until it wears off and I realize I was pretty /benz/ed. Sometimes i'll get amnesia which is another solid indicator it's working though, with benzos there's times you have to look for the signs that you're influenced because it won't be blatantly obvious.
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Polly Bribbleworth - Thu, 16 Nov 2017 00:59:04 EST ID:tGD+wGLM No.138194 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>take benzo
>cant get to sleep


Almost Died by Walter Gerringgold - Mon, 13 Nov 2017 20:48:11 EST ID:e5xvxbfF No.138164 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Took benzos, passed out outside of a concert.

I was picked up by police with nothing on me.

They brought me to the station to warm me up and took me to a hospital.

I received no charges.

Do I have a criminal record? Will it show in a background check?

Sorry, need help. Also talked to /law/ but that board is a corpse.
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Walter Gerringgold - Tue, 14 Nov 2017 15:44:11 EST ID:e5xvxbfF No.138175 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Also received no fine, no paperwork towards a misdemeanor/felony. Since I was on private property (in parking lot), no chance of public intoxication either.
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Walter Gerringgold - Tue, 14 Nov 2017 15:44:39 EST ID:e5xvxbfF No.138176 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Also I came to in the hospital so I have no idea what I said.
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Dr. Katz - Wed, 15 Nov 2017 00:52:23 EST ID:LNlHBoqv No.138186 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138174
So the hospital confirms that you were on benzos, but they have not reported this to police or put it on your medical record? Am I getting this right here?

If anything, it seems like this would be more on your medical than criminal record.
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Shitting Nimmleson - Wed, 15 Nov 2017 01:30:01 EST ID:7hVmqKWf No.138187 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138186

As far as I know
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Sidney Benkinmitch - Wed, 15 Nov 2017 15:05:03 EST ID:fOo/vSTL No.138190 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138164
>received no charges
I think you're in the clear man. It'll definitely be in the hospital's records though.


midaz nube by Doris Forringforth - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 10:34:38 EST ID:zvQgo0nb No.137912 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Ok I just got some Midazolam for the first time. I'm not gonna IV it.

  • Internet claims 7.5mg is similar to 10mg diazepam. Does that mean that without tolerance, I can just orally take 7.5mg with some kush and enjoy a safe recreational night?
  • How do you like snorting them? I will try either way even if it's a little dumb
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Dr. Katz - Thu, 02 Nov 2017 04:02:29 EST ID:LNlHBoqv No.137951 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>137933
This sounds fucking ace. Jesus... Yet another benzo on my list to try. One day. One day I will. How the hell does one obtain midazolam tablets though? I have heard of individuals obtaining medical ampules for IV purposes (probably illegally), but never the tablets. Sounds heavenly.
My three main RX benzos left to try (for U.S.): triazolam, midazolam, and temazepam.
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Martha Ninningville - Fri, 03 Nov 2017 17:13:57 EST ID:LnVwM0AN No.137981 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>137951
It's pretty readily available. In Europe it's marketed as a sleep aid for extreme cases.
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Dr. Katz - Thu, 09 Nov 2017 01:08:29 EST ID:LNlHBoqv No.138084 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>137981
Yeah, but I'm already RX'd two benzos and have a script for muscle relaxers on file. Plus, I get opiates sometimes. My doctors don't want to kill me with more benzos.
Yet.
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dr. m !gWLn19/oKs - Fri, 10 Nov 2017 23:09:52 EST ID:/4M0+k0h No.138112 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138084

You know your two "dream" benzos? I've tried them. I've never tried two of the benzos you've taken a lot of.

It's almost as if we have two completely separate benzo collective experiences.

That's something else, man.

nb
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Dr. Katz - Sun, 12 Nov 2017 04:24:05 EST ID:LNlHBoqv No.138133 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>138112
Yeah, yeah. I remember us discussing/seeing posts about your experiences with them. Oh man. One day. One day I'll try them! Diazepam is truly the king for a reason. God speed in trying it. It's really something.

>Benzo collective experiences
-I like that.


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