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I'm thinking about booking a flight for early Monday morning, but i hate flying. The last time i flew out i was prescribed two Diazapam tablets by my Doctor. Obviously time constraints dictate i'm not going to be able to see him before i fly (if it comes off) - would i be able to get hold of any Diazapam over the counter, or is there something as good at taking away the anxiety of flying - besides 5 pints of Stella
I just have a word with my dealer, who is also my mum, she gives me a fewoccasionally, taken from her personal stash, acculated over the years, just occasionally a little helper does wonders, just dont get dependant on it.
I always find if I cant get anything dodgy.....get some night nurse type stuff. A few bottles of red. Out for the count 6-8 hours. However make sure you are not in an aisle seat as whoever is next to you wont be too chuffed if they cant get out to go to the bog !!
Lorazepam - noted, thank you very much, i'll ask for that next time i need some. For the time been i've just spoken to a friend who has had alot of problems and she has some spare - looks like i'm away on Monday (Manager at work approving at such short notice!).
Breathe ............ deeply.......... take a cup or three of camomile tea..... maybe a few Kalms. Relax. You'll be ok.
More chance of being kicked by a donkey than (ahem ...well we don't want to go mentioning the other possibilities do we....).........Breathe..... deeply......
Prescription drug only so no over the counter supply
Actually class C controlled drug, so supplying to another person (whether for money or not) = offense. IIRC it's schedule 4, so possession is NOT an offense. Lorazepam is also Class C, schedule 4 so the same rules apply.