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Clonazepam, Sertraline & Herbs
by Direkt
Citation:   Direkt. "Pleasant: An Experience with Clonazepam, Sertraline & Herbs (exp106995)". Oct 21, 2020.

    Pharms - Sertraline (daily)
  3 mg oral Pharms - Clonazepam (pill / tablet)
    oral Valerian (tea)
    oral Passion Flower (tea)
      Various (tea)


I take Clonazepam for anxiety daily, but yesterday decided to try additional supplements to heighten to relaxation effects. I took 3mg Clonazepam at 1pm and washed it down with 1X bottle of tea (containing Passionflower Valerian Lemon Balm Chamomile and Hops).

30+ I begins to feel relaxed and droopy, but somewhat uncomfortable.

50+ As the mental cloudiness becomes more apparent, I'm feeling slightly nauseous and mildly disorientated. The effects are translating into something somewhat psychoactive which is a surprise to me. (maybe my antidepressant medication is partly responsible for the adverse effect
maybe my antidepressant medication is partly responsible for the adverse effect

120+ I'm no longer feeling any relaxation but mildly uncomfortable at the effects of all combined substances. No physical relaxation is present, only a zombie-like feeling, I'm beginning to struggle with keeping up a conversation. I'm attempting to enjoy the experience, but the zombifying effect and disorganised thought process is mitigating the chances of this happening.

300+ It has been 5 hours since dosing and I'm feeling annoyed and depressed. The effects have more or less worn off. Retrospectively, I may have been able to enjoy the effects had I not reacted adversely to the psychoactive nature of the passionflower. I'm surprised by the strength of the tea drink and am extremely benzo-tolerant. I will not try again, I will stick with Cannabis INDICA and benzos.

Exp Year: 2014ExpID: 106995
Gender: Not Specified 
Age at time of experience: 19 
Published: Oct 21, 2020Views: 589
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