Citation: Kadarbruh. "The Sweetest Honey: An Experience with Clonazolam (exp109909)". Erowid.org. Mar 26, 2017. erowid.org/exp/109909
Before my experience with Clonazolam, I had enjoyed several types of Benzodiazepines such as Xanax, Klonopin, and Valium on many occasions. I first heard of RC benzos on an internet drug forum, and saw that they were cheap, legal, and readily available! What could go wrong? It'll be fun! I ordered 2 vials of 50mL Clonazolam solution.The solution was labeled as 1mL solution= 1mg of Clonazolam.
My first experiment occurred the day I got the Clonazolam in the mail. I poured about 3 drops of the solution into a glass of water, and drank it along with a peanut butter sandwich. On the way back to work, I began to feel deeply relaxed. I felt extremely calm and comfortable in my own body, and I was talkative and outgoing when I returned to work. I was talking very slowly and definitely sounded stoned. My muscles were extremely relaxed, and stretching or moving in any capacity just felt amazing. I had some coffee at work and had a very enjoyable and productive day, even if my thinking was murky and I had some slight memory problems.
Everything went to hell when I came home from work that day. I had enjoyed the first experience, and when I returned home I promptly dropped 3 drops of the solution underneath my tongue. It hit me extremely hard, and at this point my memory of the chronology and entirety of the events after consumption is very hazy. I was stumbling around my house, and slurring my words so bad I was practically not speaking english. I had no coordination, and no short term memory whatsoever. At one point I walked over to my girlfriend's place down the road, and she immediately asked my what I was on. I kept telling her I hadn't taken anything, but I was slurring my words, talking really slowly, and couldn't walk in a straight line to save my life. My girlfriend, bless her heart, took me to her place and gave me some water and just let me pass out. She said that during my slumber, I would literally stop breathing, and then sputter and start breathing again
during my slumber, I would literally stop breathing, and then sputter and start breathing again
. She almost called an ambulance that night, fearful that my heart would stop from the drugs.
The next morning, I awoke with a smeared memory of the day before and felt like I had awoken from an extremely restful and deep sleep. But the craziest part? I was still high. I awoke still with deep muscle relaxation and felt incredibly chill Clonazolam has an extremely long half life.
So after my first scary and death defying experience, what did I do? I took some more. Clonazolam is extremely potent
Clonazolam is extremely potent
, and as a previous benzo lover the intense and pleasurable bliss that is Clonazolam seduced my poor addict brain.
Driving while intoxicated, tripping, or extremely sleep deprived is dangerous and irresponsible because it endangers other people. Don't do it!]
Some snippets of my memory of the events over the next few days after getting that bottle include: smoking lots of cigarettes in my living room (roommates loved that), driving to the gas station to get beer, backing my car into the mailbox, almost getting arrested for hitting another car at 9 in the morning, sending jibberish texts to my friends and family, almost getting fired for being blatantly fucked up at work, and many more that I don't really care to recount.
Clonazolam is no joke, and should be taken very seriously. I was fucked up for days. While intoxicated I would have absolutely no inhibitions, and would continue to make both bad and extremely ballsy decisions like taking more drugs, driving, and basically being a drunken asshole to everyone I was around, including my friends and girlfriend. Clonazolam is too powerful to be recreational, and I would not recommend its usage for recreational purposes. I lost many things under the grip of Clonazolam, and could have lost many more, including my life. Clonazolam is the sweetest honey, but with the most deadly sting. Stay safe friends.
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