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I saw the following video and this is what I plan to do to come off 1.5mg of valium.

I'm going to use 200 mg and remove 52 ml then 54, 56 etc until I feel like jumping. That is an extra 2 ml every day, maybe 5 ml on some days.

This way, I calculate it will take my 2-4 months. Is this time the average?

 

Any advice welcome :)

 

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Valium is not soluble in water.  You will need to first dissolve it in a bit of alcohol or PG, then add water.

 

I used the water titration method, but I first dissolved my valium in 1 ml of alcohol, then added water.

 

Hope that helps.

 

Katz

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Valium is not soluble in water.  You will need to first dissolve it in a bit of alcohol or PG, then add water.

 

I used the water titration method, but I first dissolved my valium in 1 ml of alcohol, then added water.

 

Hope that helps.

 

Katz

Thanks. I can't take any alcohol, I'm allergic(alcoholic).

 

The tablet dissolved quite easily. There were no lumps and I withdrew using the syringe quickly.

 

Not sure about the calculations but I guess there's plenty time for that.

 

I shook 2 mg tab in 200 ml and withdrew 51 ml.

 

I feel much better doing this than breaking the tab.

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