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Hello Amy
Amitriptylin, 5-HTP & Diphenhydramine
by Sleepdust
Citation:   Sleepdust. "Hello Amy: An Experience with Amitriptylin, 5-HTP & Diphenhydramine (exp72439)". Erowid.org. Jul 9, 2008. erowid.org/exp/72439

 
DOSE:
T+ 0:00
75 mg oral Pharms - Amitriptyline (pill / tablet)
  T+ 2:00 50 mg oral Diphenhydramine (pill / tablet)
  T+ 2:00 100 mg oral Tryptophan - 5-HTP (pill / tablet)

BODY WEIGHT: 160 lb


A friend (J) and I each took one tablet (75 mg) of amitriptyaline at 9:00pm Tuesday night.

9:00pm: Dosed.

9:45pm: Nothing.

10:00pm: Decided to walk to the grocery, about 15 minutes walking distance away. By the time we got there, we both noticed slurred speech, tingling in the extremities; and I noticed walking difficulties and slowed movement.

10:50pm: Back in the apartment; no true hallucinations or feelings of euphoria (speaking on behalf of J as well).

11:00pm: I alone dosed 40 mg diphenhydramine and one tablet of 5-HTP; note that neither of these substances were ingested in correlation of the Amy - this was just to help me sleep.

11:45pm: So tired I cannot move; J drifts in and out of sleep as well, reporting no interesting effects from the Amy aside from restless legs. I feel the same way.

Midnight: Fell asleep in a weird state of mind; woke up 17 hours later.

Not a very exciting drug, to say the least. I'll stick to sure-fire substances from now on.

Exp Year: 2008ExpID: 72439
Gender: Male 
Age at time of experience: Not Given 
Published: Jul 9, 2008Views: 23,839
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