Discussion in 'Pharmaceuticals' started by Personface, Jan 20, 2005.

  1. Personface

    Personface Tennessee Jed

    I love valiums, they are hard to come by in these parts, but I act like a little kid in a candy store when I can get ahold them. They make me feel so much less anxious about everything (that's the point).

    Pill popping isn't really the best thing to do, but I sure love valiums--any other val-heads out there?
  2. andcrs2

    andcrs2 Senior Member

    They certainly are unique - they're best muscle relaxer I've taken.
    Actually the only one that works for me.

    As for their 'addictiveness' - poppycock...
  3. PhotoGra1

    PhotoGra1 Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    They are addictive -- work in a pharmacy for a month & you will see!
  4. andcrs2

    andcrs2 Senior Member

    True to a point but not to the extint many would lead one to believe.
    Remember "Reefer Madness"?

    Addiction can be physical/psychological or a combination of both.
    It varies based on the Individual and substance.
    Isn't it hydrocodone more addictive to more Folks than diazepam?
  5. PhotoGra1

    PhotoGra1 Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    hydrocodone and alprazolam present the biggest addiction problems in my pharmacy, alprazolam is similar to diazepam

    I have had people jump over the counter after me for alprazolam, and had a woman crying over her diazepam.
  6. andcrs2

    andcrs2 Senior Member

    Just a short as I need to run...

    I've been around diazepam Legally (and otherwise) for many, many years.
    From what I've seen, it's benign compared to what's available as an Rx/on the street.

    Problem is somewhere down the line it got it's undeserved nasty addictive reputation...
  7. The Flow

    The Flow Member

    From my experience, "Lorazepame" presents the biggest addiction problems of all benzodiazepines (because it´s so strongly anxiolytic).

    PLEASE stay away from any benzodiazepines! If you can´t, seek professional help!

    Sorry to say that, but from your postings, I have the strong feelings, that you ARE in fact already benzo-addicted. That´s O.K. if you want to kill your liver, your kidneys and finally your brain. If you don´t, please seek professional help!!!
    (I´m a physician, and I´ve worked with addictives for a couple of years, so I know, what I´m talking about!)
  8. PhotoGra1

    PhotoGra1 Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter a physician, I am sure you know that it is lorazepam, not "Lorazepame", and that it is no more "anxiolytic" than other, ultra potent benzodiazepines.
  9. The Flow

    The Flow Member

    Sorry, I´m from Germany, so I sometimes don´t get the correct english writing of the chemicals... ;) (but thanks for correcting me)
    Lorazepam is definitely known as the strongest anxiolytic, in relation to the dosage. Of course, a high dose of e.g. Bromazepam can be VERY anxiolytic. Even Oxazepam has a high anxiolytic potency, but it´s main effect is sedation, so it´s not called a classic anxiolytic.
    One other problem of Lorazepam is, that it has very little sedating potency, so people who take it for the first time feel very good without the disturbing side effect of being too tired to do anything and having problems concentrating on This is the main reason, why you become addicted to it so fast.

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