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Switching to titration method after starting with cut and hold


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I am starting to prepare for resuming my withdrawal later this month, but am at present deciding on which method to use.

 

It seems the titration offers a less painful w/d , which has a lot of appeal.

 

However its relative complexity makes me worry that I might screw up, especially as my sight is not the best, or miss a dose etc. So maybe I will be better starting off with Schedule 5 in the Ashton Manual to get off my dose of Clonazepam, but that involves adding Valium into the mix.

 

I have one or two questions: 

 

Am I right in thinking that with titration you just use the one type of pill, or Can you mix two different benzos? I am thinking it is going to be a real struggle chopping up a Clonazepam tablet just right, and not hard to get the dose wrong, even if I start out with the titration method.

 

Or am I missing he point and does this method obviate the need to worry about grinding up pills as you simply grab the desired amount of liquid with the syringe?

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Yes, "...you simply grab the desired amount of liquid with the syringe"  Liquid titration is really pretty simple, probably much easier than dry cutting and weighing.
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OK, thankyou. So am I correct in thinking that from day 1 of the taper to the time you jump,  you grind up the ssme amount of benzo that you are on at the start (inmy case 1.25mg Clonazepam) , in he same amount of liquid, and gradually reduce the amount you take up into the syringe and then swallow?
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OK, thankyou. So am I correct in thinking that from day 1 of the taper to the time you jump,  you grind up the ssme amount of benzo that you are on at the start (inmy case 1.25mg Clonazepam) , in he same amount of liquid, and gradually reduce the amount you take up into the syringe and then swallow?

 

Yup, that's pretty much all there is to it.

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