Citation: crazy_trainwreck_. "The Memory Destroyer: An Experience with Triazolam (Halcion) (exp108587)". Erowid.org. Jun 24, 2021. erowid.org/exp/108587
That stuff ain't too bad, the hypnotic effects are strange, I would describe them as subtle but strong. About the first hour in I begin to feel a good benzo buzz, that calm/relaxed sensation, at peace with everything, though it is different than say alprazolam or diazepam because it spaces me out in a different way, and it feels great to do some nice bong hits with it and go to sleep, at a certain point I'm just gonna have this urge to get in bed, heavily stoned. The way it 'spaces me out', like I said, is unique, and it feels good, which isn't to say it's not bad for you. Compared to other benzos, I found that it makes me loose my memory much more, making it hard to even remember what I did on it at therapeutic doses, that's why I don't use it very often, Erowid says it's uncommon but where I live it's prescribed pretty often for sleep. Typical night with Halcion (Triazolam) goes like this:
- I'm chilling in my room, either playing or listening to music, or talking to people online or doing shit on my computer, I usually take one pill at the beginning of the night, and while I wait for it to kick in, I smoke some green.
- Usually, after the first bong hit, I put another pill on the table, crush the little thing and make lines. I know there is a big debate about this, my opinion is that it isn't stronger, but it kicks in faster and I like that R.O.A., Triazolam is not water soluble, but the pills are very small, though I have to snort it all to make sure I get those 250 micrograms into my body.
- I smoke another bowl or two and do the lines with it, the high starts to become intense. When I'm at a fairly high dose, I will do shit that's unusual, but most of the time coherent and sometimes even useful, of course the next morning I'm not gonna remember a thing, and find out about what I did the night before as I see the results of the things I did, and slowly, I try to get all the pieces of the puzzle back together into my mind, but it's very hard to remember the whole night, or even all the sensations I felt.
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