Citation: Sean. "Mildly Relaxed and General Sense of Well Being: An Experience with Buprenorphine, Naloxone & Cannabis (exp96001)". Erowid.org. Sep 28, 2018. erowid.org/exp/96001
Was at an afterparty the other night when someone walked in and said they had some opiates to chill out on. He gave me a little foil package that had one 8mg dose of film on it that looks like an orange translucent blotter paper. He warned me that he had taken half a dose and ended up on the bathroom floor the day before and told me to be careful with it.
I've had some experience with opiates (norcos/percs/oxy) but not for a few years and I had never heard of this particular drug. A quick Internet search revealed that it was a semi synthetic opioid use to treat opioid addiction. I cut off a sliver of the film and placed it under my tongue to try it out before I went to a higher dosage. Within 15 minutes I was mildly relaxed and felt a general sense of well being, but it didn't progress to anything more until I smoked a bowl of a heavy indica strain I had picked up at a local dispensary. The weed seemed to complement and even to a degree amplified the opiate effects. Having taken larger doses since, I can confirm that this has been the case each time I mixed the two.
At higher doses the suboxone made me extremely forgetful (between that and the herb I had no short term memory at all), but I didn't feel as “stupid” as some painkillers generally make me feel. It was a much cleaner, more functional high than I've had with any prescription painkillers. I felt a bit uncomfortable doing yoga after taking ~2mg around because it tends to deaden the sense a little bit. I wasn't at the same pain threshold and felt that I could push myself much further, which would probably lead to injury, so I don't think I'll do that again. One more interesting thing that I should mention is that while doing yoga on suboxone I didn't feel any of the endorphin rushes I usually get after coming out of poses with deep stretches. Usually when I come out of the half moon pose to standing I feel an intense rush of endorphins akin to a mild painkiller or tame orgasm. With the suboxone there was absolutely nothing, which was disappointing.
Overall it was a good experience
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