Bastiaan becomes emotionless by Diazepam | Drugslab
This Episode Bastiaan Rosman uses Diazepam (Valium). After taking the Diazepam Bastiaan shows no emotions anymore.\n \nUSE:\n- Take the tablet with a glass of water.\n- The tablet will start working within half an hour.\n- Diazepam is used by epilepsy attacks, anxiety, tension, panic disorders, insomnia, muscle cramps and unrest.\nDOSE:\n- There are Diazepam tablets of 2mg, 5mg and 10mg.\n- The sooting effects lasts for 12-24 hours.\n \nRISKS:\n- Addiction\n- Headache\n- Dizziness\n- Shakiness\n- Sweating\n- Nausea\n- Stuffiness\n- Voice and sight disorders\n- Memory disorder\n- Confusion\n- Skin reactions\n \n\nINSTAGRAM:\nhttps://www.instagram.com/drugslabBNN/ \n\nOUR HOSTS: \nRens Polman: https://www.instagram.com/renspolman\nNellie Benner: https://www.instagram.com/nelliebenner\nBastiaan Rosman: https://www.instagram.com/bashiaanrosman\n\nCURIOUS ABOUT A DRUG?\nLet us know which drug by commenting in the comment section below or by using the hashtag #DrugslabBNN.\n\nABOUT DRUGSLAB:\nDrugslab is an educational YouTube channel about drugs, funded by the Dutch government. On this YouTube channel we, Rens Polman, Nellie Benner and Bastiaan Rosman, will take in the drugs you want us to try. We do this in the name of science so we can show you what the effect of drugs are on the human body. You can suggest any type of drug by commenting in the comment section below the videos or by using the hashtag #drugslab. Besides our weekly experiment, we provide you of safe methods of use, safe doses, the effects, the risks and very useful do’s and don’ts when high on drugs. Given by experienced epicureans. Light it up people, in the name of science! Peace.\n\nABOUT BNN:\nBNN is a Dutch public broadcasting association. The broadcasting association was founded in 1997 by Bart de Graaff. The focus of the broadcasting association lies on reaching teenagers and young adults. BNN produces entertainment and informative television programs, radio programs and feature films. Some of BNN’s programming has dealt controversial issues such as the shortage of organ donors, drugs and sex.\n\nABOUT SPUITEN EN SLIKKEN:\nDrugslab is part of Spuiten en Slikken. Spuiten en Slikken (translated as Shoot and Swallow) is a Dutch program on public television. It is a program about sexuality and drugs that started in 2005. It has been broadcasted since on BNN. The aim of the program is to educate youngsters. In the show discussions about sex and drugs take place with weekly guests. The program also features small reports about certain types of drugs and the effects of them, as well as different aspects of sex.\n\nWARNING: \nThe following show serves an educational purpose in relation to the use of drugs and the effects of using drugs. It is explicitly not the intention to encourage people to use drugs. The acts seen in this show are performed either by professionals or under the supervision of professionals. Accordingly, BNN-VARA and the producers must insist that no one attempt to recreate or re-enact any activity performed on this show and BNN-VARA will not be liable for any material and/or immaterial damage if people do so!
BakingSoda97 écrit: Not only the researcher said that: I talked to methadone patiens that told me kicking off dope and methadone was way easier than benzos. You can have withdrawal symptoms even 10 years after your last bar or kpin and even longer. It can alter your mind for the rest of your life leaving you behind schizophrenic and anxious.Dooty Turtle Plays écrit: How much he take?bigblack earl écrit: Ive actually never had valium they just arnt readily available in my area I can get kpins and xanax for me I find xans work best I can pop two bars(I get the green ones s903s but love the old by 249s) and my anxiety fades away only problem is I drink w them and then I black out and eat the whole stash and wake up 3 days later without a clue what happened in between but benzos definitely help me if used alone and not abused im diagnosed depression and anxiety so they keep prescribing me ssris they wont gimme benzos for some reason but I do got a record of drug possesion so idkKloba écrit: My dad has a prescription for diazepam and it is nothing like Xanax it doesn't even work for meOndrej von Hamburg écrit: ich hab so viel diazepam und alprazolam zu hause – alles verschrieben. aber das zeug werd ich nie nehmen. nimmer.Adam Steel écrit: If you take 3 of them what happens??Diosito TV écrit: Try it with alcoholCaleb Johnson écrit: Black Tar Heroinhappy guy écrit: Benzo withdrawals are really ugly. There are so many better meds to use for anxiety that can manage anxiety equally well but without the dependence and withdrawals straight from hell. I only abused benzos for about 3 months and only about 2 months very consistently and the withdrawals from them were already pretty nasty (although I used them really heavily too, doing 10mg of Ativan (lorazepam) some days or 50mg of diazepam other days, which was intense). At that point it wasn't nearly comparable to my much longer lasting opioid habit (1.5y) and the withdrawals are qualitatively different. Opioid withdrawals are more depressing and pretty physically taxing with diarrhea, sickness, runny nose, cold sweats, hot flashes, tachycardia, high blood pressure, goosebumps, aches, etc. Benzo withdrawals are fiendishly manic with these strangely intense cravings to just get more (kinda reminded me of stimulant withdrawals surprisingly enough in that sense) and physically, you're constantly sweating, twitching/spasming, you have high blood pressure, and nerve pain can get quite aggravated. I was also a lot more aggressive with people around me when getting off benzos while when getting off opioids I was pretty subdued and just deeply fatigued and sad. They both cause a lot of anxiety, insomnia (a lot of benzos that are abused last longer than opioids that are abused so their insomnia can continue for a while longer than opioid withdrawal insomnia), intense emotional instability/lability, and confusion, although I definitely can see how Benzos can cause some pretty intense confusion, paranoia, and panic when abused for a longer period of time as a result of the mental chaos and fogginess. Drugs like hydroxyzine, certain antidepressants (tricyclics/tetracyclics, buspirone, SSRIs for some people), clonidine, gabapentin, cannabis (both THC and CBD as well as CBN for some), many herbals (kava kava, mulungu bark (literally demonstrated to be as effective as lorazepam), Skullcap, etc. Not gonna add kratom, because when kratom is abused like other opioids which is something people with anxiety may easily do, it can cause virtually identical withdrawals to other opioids), certain supplements/nootropics (agmatine, aniracetam, L-theanine, magnesium and zinc, etc. Not phenibut because phenibut withdrawals are basically longer lasting opioid/ghb withdrawals) and probably many more things act as better anxiety medication with equal efficacy and far less dependence. Personally, of all of those gabapentin came with the worst discontinuation syndrome, and even that was practically non-existent compared to other drugs, and I went pretty crazy with gabapentin (3000mg on some days in two separate doses). It also loses its potency quickly which may seem like a disadvantage but actually encourages healthy usage of the drug. All of the other ones, with the exception of THC, clonidine, and those antidepressants, have no withdrawals. If you are already on Benzos, it has been shown that cannabis can be used to replace and reduce the benzo dose benzodiazepine dependent people use with some even getting completely clean, only using cannabis which is generally considered to have comparatively mild withdrawals.Astaroth écrit: Nellie do be gorgeous thoLeSbIaN HoBbIT écrit: lorazepam next?ArcadeGo. com fan écrit: Me too lolBECAUSE I CAN écrit: I remember i took like 40 mg one time and could barely do. Anything it was like i was drunk but in a different way it's almost as if i jad no depth perception along with loss of coordinationHarmanjeet Singh écrit: Try etizolamSeneca’s Adoptive Son écrit: Sure I’ve seen this chick in ‘Seventeen Magazine’…Charlie écrit: Try krokodil.Fl436 écrit: Is it the same like Oxazepam? Pls answer!Chaz Dadkhah écrit: 10mg? Pffft try 40mgMokaigo écrit: I'm addicted to NellieM4d Piper écrit: Watching this under 15mg of diazepam and boosting it with couple beers.Al Ak écrit: What's the difference between this and Oxazepam?West side Hill écrit: AmitriptalyneRyan Patings écrit: probeer flakkaDecept0r écrit: Do Lorazepam (Ativan)Road2NBA écrit: try mephedronD. Dekker écrit: “Don’t combine with alcohol and other drugs”
Best combination diazepam/oxazepam with weed and 2 beers trust meZoek je Mod? écrit: Crack!Trey écrit: It's funny because benzos gave me this at the beginning but I took them more and became the oppositeyoutubegebruiker8 écrit: Ik heb een spier aandoening, en slik 1 week 30 mg op een dag. Met een stopwerk, maar gelukkig word ik er niet leip van, en zorgt het dat ik wat kan bewegenpaul homan écrit: probeer eens HALDOL.Mach 1324 écrit: Plz try 2c-BStanislaw Mogilev écrit: Please Tavor demonstrate.Gabriela Lamira écrit: 3:48 LOL Scott R écrit: 10mg wouldn't do that to you. Taking 100mg wouldn't either. This is why it's so hard to get this cause of clowns like youJaime Cox écrit: Dude I took two pills of 10 mg and I feel nothingGraeme Kay écrit: Try out Heroin please guys.Ben Hutchins écrit: 10mls???? You need 40/50mls people don't just take oneHabib Habib écrit: its not really addictive. really addictive are opioids. Xanax at 2mg at night 3 hours before sleep will calm me down, and offer a gentle sense of relaxation, not like the orgasmic euphoria opioids produce.Jake écrit: pls try methamphetaminehellyeah66613 écrit: Ik zit nu nu met jullie mee te doen ook net 10 min geleden ingenomen, voelde al verschil na 5 minRobert Benzito écrit: Try Diazepam TevaUniQue écrit: Hoe zorg je in Nederland dat je in aanmerking komt voor Diazepam? Ik heb het ooit eens 3 dagen van de dokter mogen gebruiken voor rugpijn en angst, ik heb toen na weken slecht slapen eindelijk weer eens perfect geslapen. Ik ben nu een jaar verder en merk dat het slapen weer slecht gaat, de dokter wilt het echter niet meer voorschrijven. Hebben mensen hier ervaringen mee?TheCatz écrit: I’m 14 and a doc prescribed it to me
I never took it though because I don’t feel the need to (I’m on SSRI tho)Thor Soele écrit: You should pop 2-3 pills.Richard Koning écrit: Try poppers!viktorya psychedelic.souljam écrit: Try shooting up china white heroin or fentanyl…oh and please overdose…stupid assholes.viktorya psychedelic.souljam écrit: This is one of the most useless channels on YouTube.ilkin cavadov écrit: try lyrica 300mg (pregabalin)한양근 écrit: 울푸사냥Tayler Luminos écrit: I have been taken a diazepan 5ml for two years every night to ensure a good nights sleep i have not experienced any side effects would not take any during the day.Would not want to walk around in a daze.LOVE LIGHT écrit: it used to calm me down, had sooo much irritability impossible to fall asleep鬱鬱 écrit: benzos are hard drugsОткровения Мечтателя écrit: it's me throughout lifeLukas Botyrius écrit: Please do pregabalin!McStroke87 écrit: Could you also try Bromazepam in one of your future videos? Thanks for all your videos BTW, they offer great insightBbbb Gggg écrit: Diazepam is truly lame, xanax and klonnies are way betterThat Guy Who Likes Jungle n Stuff écrit: MephedroneElroi The Overseer écrit: Try eitizolamError Sin Codificar écrit: Fuck! Do you have lots of intresting things in that beauty place. I want so much that VR-Glasses hahaha.Airil Nizam écrit: Great…placebo Bastian..let some other people doit..try nitrazepam nextOmar Alwattar écrit: Please do clonazepam with focus textA _ écrit: Your view on taking it for anxiety and panic attacks is very uneducated and ignorant.Grant Goodman écrit: i cannot believe i just heard Dancer by Gino Soccio in the background of this programme. a timeless classic so rarely played. much love李文中 écrit: Try lorazepam !MaryLinda Hulsey écrit: Try K2!Henry écrit: I really want to try Valium. To be a zombie for a day TokeE420 écrit: Smoke heroin, may have a bad name but its much less addictive than benzos, oxy, speed or coke and i no from my own expierence with them all.dn ǝpᴉsuʍop écrit: Careful guys, I almost died because of Midazolam, a super potent short-acting version of benzodiazepine. Don't mix it with alcohol, just don't, you'll have a blackout for sure.everynamewastakenomg écrit: I took 30mg to sleep during a comedown, works a treatAMKTaurus écrit: He feels all that and only took 10mg?!Taco Bell écrit: In Cambodia, you can buy it over the counter, no problem. They'll sell you Morphine Sulphate, anything you want. A better policy, I think. You're an adult. It's your decision. That said, the one thing better than Valium is extreme, daily exercise. This causes the brain to flood with endomorphins and dopamine, a much better drug than diazepam.fili écrit: Test the clonazepam pleaseChokeyer Frigginlightsout écrit: I love NellieDavid Greene écrit: I know people who take benzos (valium xanax ect) and they always take it with a cup of tea with small bit more sugar than normal they say it makes it stronger is this true?? Reply soon plzMatheus Freire écrit: Took these for stopping anxiety(panic) attacks. If feels so good. Better than an orgasm. Although I took it just for a couple of weeks 2 years ago, I can tell that I got kind of addicted to it, now that I remembered how it feels I want a pill so badHairul Dekyon écrit: try artane or benzhexolTwoFacedM écrit: Should have taken half, if you take a whole you'll get sleepy, sleepy (overdose) 🙂Andrei Leoo 16 écrit: Try heroin 🙂Mehdi el kabrane écrit: Try rivotril 2mg pleaseGammaRepugnans écrit: Do tramadolAssistant to the regional manager écrit: Try KrokodilTarryn Gregory écrit: yes orange juice the most healthiest thingSanderdevrs écrit: Ik ben letterlijk zoZeke Z ZekeKan écrit: I don't speak their language, how many milligrams did they takeDaan de Sanders écrit: .Tyler Gillis écrit: I wish 10mg would hit like that still HahahaSirCommoner écrit: Tried valium the other day for medical reasons. Indeed, it sucks. Wouldn't ever take it recreationallys m écrit: In Thailand I was popping 2-3 10mg valiums a day and drinking non stop… by the 6th night and no sleep the night before I broke down was so depressed it was fucked up was crying for no reason.. luckily I was okay after a 16hr nap lolArchil Chichua écrit: Clonazepam!callum Lawrence écrit: Try pregablinEric wong écrit: try etizolamRob Marenghi écrit: Good video. I actually made a short video about valium today called 'The Beautiful Whirlpool'. Please subscribe to my channel if you dig it darlings. The vid – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fYpgYitNE4M Stay strong and maintain the discipline! Rob xxAmelia PG écrit: You should have told him after the memory test that the drug causes forgetfulness so he wasnt predisposed to forgetfulnessAndyP88 écrit: I would be very interested in a video on Mirtazapine. As it is claimed to potentiate the effects of cannabis and has hypnotic effects (sleeping) but also treats depression and anxiety. It's clearly very complex and potent and I don't feel there is enough information on it, particularly the recreational effects, interactions and side effects
Andy =)nothing human écrit: Baastian is hotdianne Tanya écrit: Werkt goed tegen mijn rugpijnAndi Aprilliando écrit: Go try PUBGBehn Herrera écrit: try gabapentinMouse X écrit: HoiMohammed Samhari écrit: try rivotril