Hi, haven't been here in a while...but I'm back now.
I have a question: What happens when you are taking Xanax with Methadone?
Also does anyone know the best way to detox using methadone?
Also, concerning the Thomas Recipie, how much valium or xanax do you need to start off with? It says enough to produce sleep, but we didn't get it from a dr. so we don't really have the proper info and you all are our best hope.
I don't think I would take 4! I used to take xanax a lot (1mg) and 2 would always kick my butt, however, everyone is different. I just would worry about taking too much. Remember, you can always take more but once they are in your system, you can't take less.
I have been on xanax for years. I would not take four of them. Like the others said start with one and wait an hour. I would take two at the most. They do come in 2 milligram form. It is a white pill shaped like a bar and they are referred to as "tombstones"...that should tell you something. Two milligrams would probably knock his a** out. I take xanax when I run out of percs and it does help with withdrawals a little bit. At least you can sleep a little of it off.
the 2mg will knock you out in about an hour and a half to two for sure, do not do more after one hour if you don't feel anything. I have been tapering off norco about 30 a day, so crazy stuff, I went down to 8, 7, 6 today zero and the days are tough but whatever...tough luck...this is what we get for making dumb moves in live, we'll all live through it, I promise you that guys, all the best. Lastly, I am going to consume some alcohol tomorrow, a friends birthday, is that any problem? Although i am feeling good already....
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