- Feb 10, 2021
That explains a lot. I thought the diazepam I had were bunk, but they weren't when I first got them, just the few left in a drawer from BEFORE I started on gabapentin. So they don't work together, good to know. I prefer gabapentin anyway, diazepam turns me zombie, I'm not much of a benzo fan anyway.Depends on what kind of a buzz you're looking for. I mean I literally couldn't function on them - great if you want to konk out for 4 or 5 hours, get the munchies and stumble down to the fridge provided you can make it down the stairs, but I cant for the life of me understand what people see in them in terms of a recreational high. I hate that wobbly feeling, but if it gets rid of the opioid withdrawals I can put up with the wobblies for a few days. They're very easy to build a tolerance to - I mean it only takes 3 or 4 days before you need to up the dose if you want to keep that 'dizzy buzz'. The tragic thing for me was when I would take 4 or 5 D10's the next day but to no avail whatsoever. I must have wasted 15 of them trying to get that wave of relaxation wash over me but the Lyrica just totally blocked the Diazepam entirely. That did not go down well at all let me tell you.
Btw Kratom is illegal in the UK as well.