Citation: WhoopsieIforgotagain. "Benzos Before Tabs Might Not Be Clever: An Experience with AL-LAD & Diclazepam (exp105360)". Erowid.org. May 2, 2015. erowid.org/exp/105360
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A few friends received a pack of diclazepam and decided that it would be a brilliant idea to chew a few. (T.0h) this lead to 7-11mg in the course of two hours and by this point we thought it would be brilliant to eat 300ug of AL-LAD for the sheer kicks of it.
This was a bad idea in retrospect. The short term memory loss of the diclazepam coupled with the same effects from the AL-LAD, in combination with a building thought loop lead us to forget that we had taken any yet, and decided to take some (thinking it was the first time again) [appx. T.1h].
As the usual melting and shifting visuals were kicking in we were chewing more AL-LAD again. Attempting to go for a walk at this point was futile, and I started to forget what room I was in. From the best that I can remember I lapsed in and out of consciousness for the next two days waking up for periods of 2-3 hours, tripping hard. People came and left during this time period leading to confusion about the amount of people in the room at any one time. This was not helped by the clothes lying about.This trip lasted about a full day and a half, maybe longer, my memory of most was heavily impaired.
One thing to note post experience is that Diclazepam may cause hiccups as a side effect. This has continued for three further days in one friend and a second that was AL-LAD free experienced severe hiccups for a day.
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