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Harm Reduction Notes for the COVID-19 Pandemic

Diclaz vs clonazolam

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- Fri, 13 Sep 2019 15:32:14 EST PvBCgkzm No.147115
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How is Diclazepam vs colanzolam? Had some clonaz, it was nice but it was hard to find a sweet spot with it. You either weren’t high enough or you were blacked out and didn’t remember anything the next day. Some place I used upped the price for clonaz and I’m looking at diclaz now. Would it be better for me to go with that instead?
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Dr. Katz !KqgSR25gAQ - Sat, 14 Sep 2019 01:05:13 EST hyPyNb1G No.147120 Reply
>>147115
Diclazepam has a much broader range of uses than clonazolam. Objectively, one could still black out with and become addicted to diclazepam. The drug is great for long-lasting anxiety and for tapering. But, diclazepam is almost never talked about in recreational settings as it is extremely similar to lorazepam (Ativan) and lorazepam is even one of diclazepam’s active metabolites.
Outside of the fact that both diclazepam and clonazolam are benzodiazepines their individual safety profile, therapeutic index, duration, and dosage curve are nothing alike.
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Sidney Hiddleridge - Sat, 14 Sep 2019 10:16:37 EST 2fOKw+fS No.147126 Reply
>>147120
Ah, I see. I’m looking for something more on the recreational side. How is Flubromazolam in comparison to clonaz? Or just your opinion on it in general. Heard mixed things but overall seems like a pretty solid recreational value. Unfortunately I can’t just buy fucking etiz because it’s illegal here because otherwise I’d have done it a long time ago.
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Mr Shoe - Sat, 14 Sep 2019 10:21:02 EST 3+mnFvhZ No.147128 Reply
>>147115
The main thing you need to keep in mind with Clonazepam is that it's half life is 40 or so hours, which is super long, especially considering it takes 4-5 half lives for a substance to leave your body
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dr. m - Sat, 14 Dec 2019 22:41:30 EST UOwPxq3y No.147921 Reply
>>147128
I know this post is super old, but I think I've seen you mistake clonazOLAM for clonazepam maybe half a dozen times at this point, and no offense, but it's dangerous for anyone to think they're the same drug.

You're talking kpins, not clam. Clam is on paper a xanax+kpin hybrid, yet in reality it's like a whole new level of abusability, a level only matched by a few benzos like flubromazolam, possibly flubromazepam (I disagree but whatever), phenazolam (super rare outside one big batch consumed mostly in Sweden years ago), maybe flunitrazolam, etc. IMO, not even triazolam/midazolam are on the same level as cLam. I've never had temazepam so I can't speak on that one.

I leave for Vietnam pretty soon man. Where you living now? You should hop in the 420chan discord at some point so we can shoot the shit about Asia. If for some reason Vietnam doesn't "work for me," I'm 100% switching to Malaysia and sticking to it.

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