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Preparing Your Dose

CAUTION: The information contained in this document comes from the personal experience of laypeople and is not intended to constitute medical advice. Do not attempt to stop or taper benzodiazepines without first consulting a doctor.

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Preparing Your Dose                                                                                 

  1.  Please refer to the spreadsheet program and instructions to determine how much water you will  use to mix with your pill and how much you will “toss” down the drain

  2.  Pour the amount of water stated in the spreadsheet into the 250 ml cylinder

  3. Crush your pill into a fine powder in the mortar or bowl

  4. Pour a small amount of the water from your cylinder into the bowl and stir with the pestle (or spoon)

  5. Place the funnel into the top of the blender and pour your “drug water” into the blender

  6. Pour more water from the cylinder into the bowl, rinse all drug residue, and pour into blender

  7. Pour any remaining water from cylinder into blender and spin for 20 to 30 seconds

  8. Remove the amount of drug water stated in the spreadsheet using the plastic syringe or for    larger amounts, by pouring the amount stated back into the cylinder. Toss it down the drain –  cheering all the way!

  9. Drink the remaining “drug water” from the blender, add a little more water, swish, and drink to get residue

  10.  Check off the date on your spreadsheet and you’re DONE!

Water Titration doses may be kept in the fridge for a day or two, after that they should be discarded because they may become unstable.

 

 

Disclaimer:  The information contained in this website was not compiled by a doctor or anyone with medical training. The advice contained herein should not be substituted for the advice of a physician who is well-informed in the subject matter discussed. Before making any decisions about your health or treatment you should always confer with your physician and it is always assumed that you will do so.

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Last updated 22 July 2015