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The Peaceful Pill Handbook When is Oxazepam Prescribed?
Well known as sleeping drugs, oxazepam and nitrazepam are available on prescription from a doctor. They are prescribed for insomnia (when a person is unable to sleep). Oxazepam is usually prescribed in packets containing 25 sleeping tablets, which come in two sizes, 15mg and 30mg.
People using propoxyphene, often take a full packet of 30mg oxazepam tablets as the supplement.
The drugs are taken sequentially. Prepare the propoxyphene by pulling apart 100 x 100mg capsules (or cut them open with scissors) and empty the 10gm white dextropropoxyphine na- psylate powder into a glass. In another glass place 10 or more 30mg oxazepam tablets and cover them with water.
It is wise to take an anti-emetic (eg metoclopramide ) either as a single stat dose or for 48 hours before the planned death (see Chapter 9). After having something light to eat, add enough water to the 10gm of propoxyphine powder so that stirring al- lows the drug to be drunk. Note: the napsylate does not dis- solve in the water, stir with a spoon and then drink the suspen- sion of particles. Stir the second glass with the oxazepam and water till this also can be taken as a drink.
Alcohol is useful to take away the bitter drug after-taste and will speed the process. Sit comfortably. In 10 - 20 minutes sleep will occur and death will follow usually in 4 - 6 hours.