As has been said previously, it really depends on a number of factors. If your gorilla has a tolerance to either drug
, it could be safe; it all has to do with how well you know benzodiazepines and opiates
As an example:
My cat has been prescribed lorazepam
), which is roughly half as potent as clonazepam
), ie. 1mg lorazepam = 0.5mg clonazepam; I digress, she has been on the stuff for upwards of three years now and takes 4-10mg per dose depending on the circumstances.
She has also been smoking, eating, snorting
, and administering opiates rectally for around the same amount of time.
She has taken morphine
and lorazepam together in approximate doses of 4mg lorazepam and 20mg morphine and has been fine. She also tends to mix other downers
such as antihistamines into the equation, but this is the result of dose response curve which is the way to find out what is safe in which doses.
Try having said gorilla take a low dose of clonazepam alone if he/she has not tried it and then add the other drugs
with time also in low doses, gradually increasing the dose judging on how the effect was the previous time to discover the proper drug combination.
I'd say, have said gorilla take notes on the effects as benzodiazepines are known to cause anterograde amnesia.
This is a dose response curve in a nutshell.
Have your gorilla stay safe and enjoy the medication for his/her disorder or what ever they are taking the medications for.