Citation: Gusvz. "Dangerous but Blissful Combination: An Experience with Oxycodone, Diazepam, Alprazolam & Alcohol (exp112209)". Erowid.org. Aug 19, 2018. erowid.org/exp/112209
It was a nice, Thursday afternoon, I finally was able to get vacations after finishing my university course, and combined with my extreme workout regimen at the gym and lack of sleep from studying, I was really exhausted and in a lot of pain, I had been looking forward to try this combo, since I thought the pain dulling effects of the oxycodone and the muscle relaxation from the Valium and Xanax would make a great combo for relaxing.
I have done a lot drugs, but for the interest of this report, I knew combining depressants was dangerous, but I had previously combined 4MG of Xanax and several shots of liquor with low tolerance to benzos, and Tramadol and benzos in high dosages each, while in hindsight I realize how stupid and ignorant I was at the time, since those combos especially the alcohol one could have been fatal because I blacked out into deep sleep right away, I was fine both times, so I assumed that as long as I kept my dosages sensible I would be fine.
Previously I had done Oxycodone 3 times, my highest dosage had been 30mg of oxy, and it had been a month since this experience, I definetly did notice some respiratory depression at this dosage, so knowing my tolerance was probably close to baseline I decided to use half of the dosage I would normally use for each drug
knowing my tolerance was probably close to baseline I decided to use half of the dosage I would normally use for each drug
, normally I take about 20mg of Valium for relaxation or 1mg of Xanax, so to make this as safe as possible, I decided to dose 15MG of oxycodone, and 10mg of valium to start with, and if I was feeling fine when the oxycodone was peaking I would take the 0.25mg Xanax and a glass of wine.
Maybe 20 minutes after dosing, I was already feeling very relaxed, and slight euphoria, the back pain and muscle aches were going away fast, and any worry I had the first few minutes about an OD was swept away by the anxiolysis from the Valium. I decided to take a shower with my girlfriend while listening to some music before the oxycodone peaked, I was feeling a complete bliss, muscle relaxation, pleasurable sensations all around my body... I was in heaven, I had waited for so long to just finish university so I could relax like this, after about an hour, I was feeling pretty fine, no sedation or nodding, just complete relaxation and bliss, so just to be safe before I took more benzos and alcohol, I measured my oxygen saturation with an oximeter and it was at 98%, so about 1 hour after dosing the valium and oxycodone I dosed .25MG of Xanax and drank a glass of 14% alcohol wine, small dosages for me just to be on the safe side, this greatly increased the relaxation, while the benzodiazepines dulled the euphoria of the oxycodone very minorly, they greatly increased the muscle relaxation and sense of wellbeing. I took another shower after the wine and xanax, and the hot water was incredibly pleasurable with this combo, everything felt cozy, my muscles felt like jello from the extreme relaxation.
After the shower, maybe almost 2 hours from the initial dose, I could definitely tell breathing was a little bit harder
I could definitely tell breathing was a little bit harder
, and I couldnt breathe as deeply, this felt less intense than the respiratory depression I had on 30mg of Oxycodone only, so I wasnt worried, the rest of the afternoon was mostly uneventful, just complete relaxation and pleasure, having a back massage, chilling in bed listening to music, cooking...
While I can understand how combining 2 depressants is very dangerous, let alone 3, I understand also why this combination is very popular, it dulled all stress, pain, anxiety, and negative emotions for a good couple of hours, and it gave me a great sense of wellbeing, euphoria and relaxation. While I believe this combination can be done safely in very small dosages, in higher dosages too many people have lost their lifes to this combination, I would urge anyone considering this to use a very cautious approach with this combination.
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