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Slight Amnesia
Clonazepam & Alcohol (Ethanol)
Citation:   46etTwo. "Slight Amnesia: An Experience with Clonazepam & Alcohol (Ethanol) (exp48089)". Jan 11, 2020.

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.5 mg oral Pharms - Clonazepam (pill / tablet)
  T+ 1:00 1.5 mg oral Pharms - Clonazepam (pill / tablet)
  T+ 0:00   oral Caffeine (liquid)
  T+ 0:00 1 cup oral Alcohol (liquid)
  T+ 0:00 2 cups oral Alcohol (liquid)
I received generic Klonopin from a friend of a brand I had never hear of before, and was paranoid about its actual contents. So I decided to research. Turns out, it was Clonazepam manufactured by a company called Caraco. Well, I had never taken benzodiazepines before and my experienced friend told me to start off with a .5 mg. I proceeded to break the 1 mg pill in half, and take it about 9:00 pm.

By 10, I noticed that I was slightly more relaxed and talkative. My friend was laughing at me because he said I seemed stoned, although the only differences I noticed were slightly weaker legs and a slight sense of euphoria. Well, I decided that I wanted a stronger dosage to increase these effects and see where it took me, so at about 10:00 pm, I took the other 1.5 mg.

We went to walmart after this, (my friend driving) and I proceded to get a Monster Low Carb energy drink so I could stay up and enjoy the effects of this drug. We got back to my dorm at about 10:30-10:40. I noticed that my legs were slightly weaker than before, and I was starting to have a stronger sense of euphoria. Well, I just received a call about a party, so asked my friend to take me. I arrived at 11:00.

Once inside, I felt like I was slightly drunk, relaxed and happy without the ill side effects: e.g. nausea and sleepiness. My legs were feeling weaker, but walking was no problem. People commented on how 'drunk' I seemed, but I couldn't tell.
People commented on how 'drunk' I seemed, but I couldn't tell.
Well, turns out there was some hooch, so I drank a cup. Having an energy drink a beer and the hooch in me, I had to piss really bad, but the downstairs bathroom was full.

By about 11:45, I 'climb' the stairs to the bathroom, and proceeded to fall twice before I made it up there. According to my friend the next day, he called me about this time. I went back downstairs and drank 2 more cups of hooch, and watched some tv.

12:30ish? I remember telling my friend that my legs were really really weak, but could still walk to the downstairs bathroom fine (I think.) Well anyway, I cannot recall a memory of leaving or finding a ride back to my dorm, but I vaguely remember a discussion I had with my roommate once I was in bed (1:45ish according to him), due to him reminding me the next day. Apparently I sounded really drunk and was talkative, expressed feelings, emotions and philosophical ideas to him.

As I stated above, I had amnesia later in the evening, probably due to the effects of alcohol and the benzodiazepine on my central nervous system. The odd part is I recall clearly things that people tell me about that happend that evening, but cannot think of them on my own. I recall I had a very good time, and my friends said I was very happy at the party, so overall I think that I would do this again. Also, I have heard reports that this generic Klonopin is slightly less potent, but this doesnt seem logical due to the fact that it still contains 1 MG per pill of Clonazepam.

Exp Year: 2005ExpID: 48089
Gender: Male 
Age at time of experience: Not Given
Published: Jan 11, 2020Views: 3,582
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