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I don't think they will prescribe opiates for insomnia and regardless how awesome of a doctor you've got I don't think you'll be getting Methaqualone in the near future.

lol Haha ya if anyone finds any methaqualone or seconal or nembutal it's probably gonna be in some granny med cabinet.

I've never tried triazolam, but from what I've read it sounds like super alprazolam.

Sounds like it be very effective in inducing sleep in the short term or as needed.

Anti-psychotics as mentioned can be very sedating, some more than others.

Barbiturates, especially at higher doses would be very sedating, but they are very dangerous especially at higher doses, and not prescribed anymore for insomnia, well Seconal does still exsist, but you'd have to jump through many hoops to get a prescription for that.

And barbiturates really shouldn't be used regularly, barb addiction is one of the most hellish from my understanding.

The old school typical antipsychotics were also extremely sedating - haloperidol (Haldol) and chlorpromazine (Thorazine).

I am not saying that is not true but have you ever tried levomepromazine?

I don’t know that much of any of these medicines (anti-psychotics) but I know that people i know can eat high doses of seroquel and being able to function after that but a large dose of levomepromazine drops everyone I know.

And who knows what other research chemicals they got out there man.

I think he was looking for ones that were actually still prescribed these days.

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