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Effects - Enhancing the feeling of Alprazolam

Discussion in 'Benzodiazepines' started by JoeMamma, Nov 6, 2008.

  1. JoeMamma

    JoeMamma Newbie

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    Is there anything out there that intensifies the feeling of xanax (like oj with Ex)
     
  2. RaverHippie

    RaverHippie Gold Member

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    Re: Enhancing the feeling of xanax

    Taking a low dose of xanax and a low dose of alcohol will increase the effects of both. But be very sure that both substances have a low dose. The combination of these two drugs WILL cause you to stop breathing if too much of either are consumed at the same time.
     
  3. JoeMamma

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    Re: Enhancing the feeling of xanax

    Good to know SWIM is going drinkin tonight and she took 7 zannie bars
     
  4. RaverHippie

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    Re: Enhancing the feeling of xanax

    Please force SWIY to have some respect for her body and keep the alcohol to a minimum. That's already a very high dose of xanax.
     
  5. PsychoActivist

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    Re: Enhancing the feeling of xanax

    Agreed. Alprazolam has an EXTREMELY high LD50 on its own. However if you mix it with just a little bit of alcohol it can be very dangerous. Not to mention the stupid shit people do on high doses or mixed with alcohol. Just because the chemical itself may not kill you, your actions while on the chemical could very well lead to death or self destruction. Please be careful.

    To answer your question I believe grapefruit juice works in the same way that it potentiates some opiates; by inhibiting the CYP3A4 enzyme.
     
  6. Capita

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    Re: Enhancing the feeling of xanax

    7 bars..... maybe you haven posted back yet because you are dead
     
  7. RaverHippie

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    Re: Enhancing the feeling of xanax

    nah that user's been active since this thread was made. You can check this by clicking the user's name then clicking on the "view username's public profile" selection and it will list a date under last activity.
     
  8. JoeMamma

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    Im still alive...lol..thanks for the concern...
    One more ?.....IF SWIM takes the Zannies and they hit her and then she eats, does the feeling you already have decrease?
    Thanks all
     
  9. RaverHippie

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    The only reason the feelings could decrease is if the physical sensations from being full somehow negate the awareness one had of the sensations one's body is giving off.

    There's nothing chemically to suggest that food could dampen it as far as I know.