Citation: fyregod. "Cold Chillin': An Experience with Lorazepam (exp32575)". Erowid.org. Mar 5, 2021. erowid.org/exp/32575
Recently I have been unable to sleep well. A friend of mine was precribed Lorzepam for insomnia and anxiety. He said he would give me a few, as he has them in great supply. He told me they were a lot like Valium. Having taken V's in the past, I decided I would give them a try. I really need to get a good nights rest.
The first time I only took one, .5mg tablet. It hit the spot. I slept great. A few days later I noticed I still had three left. I decided I would keep them and take them at once, seeing as Valium always was great recreational drug.
Tonight I got off work late and decided I would take them when I left to go back to my place. I just wanted to chill for the rest of the night, seeing as it had been a tough day at work.
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It was about 12 midnight when I took the three pills. I stopped a the store and bought a bottle of water and a can of Copenhagen. Then I began the 30 minute drive to my place.
I was listening to Dark Side of the Moon in my truck cause Floyd is my favorite band. When I was almost home, about T+20 mins., I noticed that I was feeling quite relaxed. I got into my room and got on the web to go online to research on Tramadol as a recreational drug, but that will be another post.
At T+1 hr I was just listening to the Allman Bros. And feeling totally relaxed. It is so awesome! All the stress of work today is totally gone. I feel like I have taken a couple of blue V's.
It is now 1:15 am, T+1hr15 minutes since popping those wonderful little pills, and I couldn't be more at peace. I will definitely take these again.
So for the rest of the night I will be Cold Chillin'
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