Citation: Frizzle. "I Feel...So...Chill: An Experience with Triazolam (exp29726)". Erowid.org. Feb 10, 2004. erowid.org/exp/29726
Boredom struck me, and i found a pill of generic 0.25mg halcion. Usually benzodiazepines have little effect on me (i have to insufflate a whole 4mg xanax bar or take at least 3 10mg valiums to do much), so i decided to inject it to get the most out of it...i was already a little tired and worn out from a day of driving, and I just wanted to relax...
So, I prepped the needle and dissolved the crushed up contents of the pill into a spoon with water...heated it to remove impurities, and substituted part of a cigarette filter for a cotton ball...I then proceeded to tie off my arm and located a nice vein...in went the needle...
Intravenous (IV) injection of crushed pills/tablets can be very dangerous due to unknown substances, binders, and fillers present. Any substance injected directly into the blood stream should be very pure. Clean needles and medically appropriate techniques should be used to avoid serious injury or death.]
Upon removing said needle, I felt a strange rush, but a comforting rush, nowhere near as intense as heroin or cocaine, but it was nice. Soon, my desired effect came about--a sense of relaxation and well-being--along with slight loss of motor skills and motivation. Right now, I just want to sit and listen to music. Or if I had some pot, I would smoke it. Twice the dose would have been nicer...but i don't exactly have that opportunity.
Surprisingly though, the effects are noticeable and welcome (I injected a 2mg ativan once with little effect)...so either Halcion is a lot better, or I'm just weird. Well, i'm either off to sleep or off to take a shot of hard liquor (not recommended...only professionals should attempt such a stunt)...wow...i feel...so...chill...
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