Citation: into the rabbithole. "Limited Supply Green Light: An Experience with Midazolam & Fentanyl (exp102642)". Erowid.org. Jun 28, 2018. erowid.org/exp/102642
I acquired access to a supply of medical grade narcotics, including Versed and Fentanyl Citrate. Being fairly well versed in Pharmacology, I felt comfortable enough with my understanding of these chemicals to try using them, in small doses. The vials that I had were limited in number, and this supply would be a one time thing - i.e. when I ran out I would have no way of getting more. These drugs all have a high potential for abuse, and I fully respect that. In other words, I only got high on my own supply this time, because it was, without question, a limited one. Anyone who considers experimenting with powerful narcotic agents like these would be foolish to do so blindly. Please, read about Midazolam, Fentanyl and their combination - before dabbling in any of these drugs.
The supply I was able to access came directly from a hospital, and thus all agents were in injectable form. I had no intention of using needles for these or any drugs, and so I decided to try their liquid concentrates via sublingual administration. First, I managed to open the Midazolam vial, then poured a portion of its 5mL underneath my tongue. This sublingual administration worked. Using small portions of liquid, I let 1mL or so at a time rest underneath my tongue. After a few (5) minutes, I poured another mL under the tongue, waited, and then poured a third.
Having taken Ambien, Xanax, and Ativan - I am somewhat acquainted with the benzodiazepine class and know that I have built some tolerance to them. Like the typical benzo, Midazolam left me feeling relaxed, and temporarily at ease with all worries.
At this point I ingested the Fentanyl Citrate via the same method (sublingual) after popping off the glass top. I consumed roughly half of the vial (125mcg) in two sublingual doses, letting the liquid sit for about five minutes each time. The Fentanyl began to cause a warm body high which reached its full effect after about half an hour. I felt a slight sense of euphoria, most likely from the Midazolam, and an overall pleasant sense of being. I am less experienced with opiates, and have only taken Vicodin or Morphine IV (while in the hospital, taken for pain). Knowing that Fentanyl is especially potent, I did not want to take the entire vial all at once, and felt warm pleasant effects from the half vial.
I experienced the effects of these agents while by myself, and found it made for an extremely pleasant few hours watching DVD's, etc. About an hour after taking the first 3mL of the Midazolam vial, I took the remaining 2mL, via sublingual administration, and then another hour later, took the remaining 125mcg of Fentanyl.
Drifting off to sleep was quite easy and pleasant, and I felt an overall physical and emotional state of relaxation and lack of stress. After falling asleep I woke up about eight hours later, feeling like my brain was moving at a quarter of its normal speed.
I woke up about eight hours later, feeling like my brain was moving at a quarter of its normal speed.
I attributed this to a Fentanyl hangover, as I have not had similar experiences with next day grogginess after using benzos.
The following day I repeated the process, using roughly 4mL of Midazolam and 125mcg (half of a vial) of Fentanyl. This was still pleasant, and my cognitive abilities the next morning were normal. The lower dosage was certainly preferable.
I have enjoyed using these specific agents, but would never have opted to experiment with them unless I was certain my supply was finite. They are simply too potent to dabble with casually, without the risk of slipping into intense usage.
Finally, the sublingual method of administration worked fairly well, though I imagine the drugs are more potent when injected. For me it wasn't worth the extra potency.
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