Citation: Questor. "Had Me All of Where I Wanted to Be: An Experience with Hydrocodone & Hydroxyzine (exp106170)". Erowid.org. Nov 22, 2017. erowid.org/exp/106170
The Hydro Combo
I had some leftover pills and decided to do some research on them to learn more about what they do and how they do it. And in the time I spent researching I found out that Hydrocodone and Hydroxyzine (atarax) work very well together due to the effects that one has on the other.
I gathered up the pills and set them aside and worked on the timing as to when they should be taken. Atarax takes about 30 to 45 minutes to fully be in my system. Hydrocodone takes about the same amount of time.
So, I blocked off my Saturday afternoon and went about the rest of the week and waited for the time, well it got here and I was ready to run this little test, here is the timing and dosages used.
I made sure to have an empty stomach for full effect
11:15am 2-50mg atarax
12:00pm 1st 10/325 hydrocodone (broken in half)
12:15pm 2nd 10/325 hydrocodone (broken in half)
12:30pm 3rd 10/325 hydrocodone (broken in half)
Now the wait begins, roughly 10 min after the 3rd pill was taken I began to feel the effects of the 1st pill, which was a nice warm feeling and a minor buzz. 15 min later the 2nd pill hit and the warm feeling got better and the buzz became very nice and I was happy. 15 min after that the 3rd pill hit and I was taken aback at how good the feeling was, all the pains I had were gone and I was euphoric to say the least, I also was feeling weak in the legs from this so I was seated for most of this experiment. I was still feeling the effects up to the time I went to bed about 7 hours later and when I woke up in the morning I felt like it was an excellent result to the experiment.
I am not sure if I would have used a 4th pill if one was available as 3 of them had me all of where I wanted to be, but to each their own and YMMV.
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