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Paroxetine & Cannabis
Citation:   DrGonzo. "Energy Boost: An Experience with Paroxetine & Cannabis (exp16394)". Erowid.org. Nov 23, 2005. erowid.org/exp/16394

30 mg oral Pharms - Paroxetine (daily)
  2 bowls smoked Cannabis  
I started to take paroxetin about a month ago because of sever depression and social phobia. First I dosed about 10 mg, later I increased the doseage by 10 mg per weak. And now I take 30 mg.

I experimented a lot with other drugs in my past life and was curious how the ssri would interact with other drugs. I know how far I am able to go when it comes to drugs. I almost never get fucked, because I am extremely cautious. First of all I decided to quit drugs and to concentrate on my work. Then after a few days, the side effects are long gone, I decided to smoke some weed. I had about 2 bowls, and it felt terrific, no paranoia, extreme comfortable feelings. The same with alcohol. Paroxetin seems to enrich every drug experience.

One day my girlfriend broke up with me. I kind of knew what she was up too, so I decided to prepare for it by having 2 beer and 6 pills (120 mg, warning! Overdose, this is very dangerous and I will never do it again). A lot of coffee in addition, and here we go. I was so damn high. It felt almost like a combination of ecstasy and large amounts of alcohol.

Exp Year: 2002ExpID: 16394
Gender: Male 
Age at time of experience: Not Given
Published: Nov 23, 2005Views: 2,493
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