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Snorting - snorting zaleplon? how?

Discussion in 'Downers and sleeping pills' started by Gdriussi, Nov 24, 2013.

  1. Gdriussi

    Gdriussi Newbie

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    i've read so many accounts of people's pets snorting zaleplon, but it isn't water soluble, so how is this possible? others have writen that it's the sinus drip into the pets' bellies that is making them happy, but the accounts i've read are of pets feeling the effects more quickly, and for a shorter duration than oral dosing.....what gives?

    thanks for any feedback,
    g
     
  2. Dankfish

    Dankfish Silver Member

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    Someone I know has done a lot of this. They tell me that the effects are much more euphoric and borderline psychedelic feeling. They have also done the straight oral dosing and it hasn't done much for them but make them a little out of it.

    Snorting the zaleplon (sonata) leaves their noses extremely clogged for the night they do them and the morning after, probably because of it not being water-soluble, but the effects hit immediately after the insufflation anyways.

    This leaves me to believe that it is at least partly soluble in water and perhaps the fillers in the powder are not, but I'm not positive.
     
  3. Grand Touring

    Grand Touring Newbie

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    I can only post a reply because of first-hand experience. Yes I know zaleplon is regarded as not being water soluble, but like the above poster said maybe it is sparingly, and the little bit that does dissolve has an extremely high bioavailability with that MOA. But I can tell you I tried this contrary to belief, and yes it is at least just as potent insufflated.