Citation: Pal. "A Night To Forget: An Experience with Hydromorphone, Clonazepam, Clonazelam & Etizolam (exp111054)". Erowid.org. Feb 8, 2018. erowid.org/exp/111054
The dose described in this report is very high, potentially beyond Erowid's 'heavy' range, and could pose serious health risks or result in unwanted, extreme effects. Sometimes extremely high doses reported are errors rather than actual doses used.]
(08:30) I begin my morning taking my perscription of .5mg Klonopin, and head to work.
(11:30) In the midst of work I decide to take 2mg of Etizolam, to get through the shift (I have a high benzo tolerence)
(15:30) 30 minutes after work I decide to take 2mg more of Etiz and take 2mg of Clonozolam and wait to feel the effects as I go to the grocery store.
(16:00) I begin to notice my legs feel significantly heavier and am not able to walk in a straight line while pushing a shopping cart (I lost the grocery list at some point in this haze and forgot most of what I had went there for.)
(18:00) As I start to begin to feel more in control, a friend says he has some opiates for sale. I pick up one Morphine 30mg IR, and a Dilaudid 10mg. I proceed to pop half of the Dilaudid, as I had never done this before.
(19:30) I feel the effects of the warm blanket and nod from the oxymorphone, but with the lowered inhibitions from the benzos I decide to take the other half rectally, with 80 proof alcohol as a solvent. It mixes well enough, I proceed to put all of it (you know where) and immediatley black out.
(05:45) I awake to my face on my bathroom floor, rectal plunger in my right hand and my wife screaming because she thought I was dead. Moral of the story is; benzos and opiates can be a great combination, in moderation.
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