Citation: Lee. "Probably Will Not Do It Again: An Experience with Nabilone (exp107601)". Erowid.org. Jan 4, 2016. erowid.org/exp/107601
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I am a frequent but not heavy smoker of marijuana and for the past couple of weeks it has been about every other day that I share a small joint with others.
I came across some 1mg Nabilone caps and decided to try two. I took the first one at around 22:30 last night and didnít feel anything at all by 23:30 so I took another. I then had about half a glass of red wine around 01:00. I did all of this on a fairly empty stomach, having so far only eaten some carrots, celery, hummus, an apple, and a Trader Joeís microwaveable Indian dish. After the wine, I ate a small portion of brown rice and veggies and a bagel.
I had difficulty falling asleep but thatís been normal for me lately. I think it took around 2 hours and I was probably asleep by 5am. During the sleep I had crazy dreams that I canít remember. I could barely wake up and it felt like I was in a heavy fog. Iíve felt this way sometimes after I wake up from taking diphenhydramine to sleep, but this is worse. Someone called me at around 11:00 and we had a conversation that I donít even remember. All I recall saying is that Iím sorry, Iím kinda messed up right now. The heavy fog still hasnít lifted and itís now 17:30. I have been dealing with a situation thatís causing me a great deal of anxiety and Iím not sure if the Nabilone is increasing the anxiety but itís definitely not helping. Iím considering taking a Xanax in the next few hours.
I read that some people liked the Nabilone when combined with smoking marijuana. Iím not even sure this next day feeling is worth giving that a shot. This is what Iím thinking even though I have quite a few more pills left, and normally I would be willing to give something another chance if it was free and easy like this, but I think Iíll pass.
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