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My 'Sleeping' Pill
Triazolam (Halcion)
by rc55045
Citation:   rc55045. "My 'Sleeping' Pill: An Experience with Triazolam (Halcion) (exp67622)". Erowid.org. Jun 28, 2021. erowid.org/exp/67622

 
DOSE:
    Pharms - Triazolam (pill / tablet)

BODY WEIGHT: 165 lb


Hello... This is my first report, but I'm submitting it since there are no other reports on this medicine. I've found that with this, as with other benzo's, the doses are a small amount of mgs, since the chemical is quite potent in the brain. I took triazolam for about a year, and was prescribed it to help me sleep, although it is more of an anxiety medication, such as valium, xanax, or klonopin (which I am now on the klono). I took up to 4-6 of em at a time, me and my friends would take em or sometimes be stupid and grind them up and insufflate them (snort them). They were pretty good, a lot like valiums. The bottle would run out within about a week or so. They are quite addicting, and after years can kinda fuck with the brain and make one quite loopy. I haven't felt these effects yet, but I have relatives on my mothers side that are on lots of anxiety medications, and have become quite loopy over the years.

Well all I really have to say about the effects is they are very relaxing, not like an opiate, but it's like kind of a confusing feelings, where my surroundings kind of feel different to me, and I don't feel all that 'fucked up'. Well good luck to everyone and their experiences.


Exp Year: 2007ExpID: 67622
Gender: Male 
Age at time of experience: Not Given 
Published: Jun 28, 2021Views: 186
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Pharms - Triazolam (209) : Not Applicable (38), Medical Use (47), Retrospective / Summary (11)

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