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The Peaceful Pill Handbook Preparation of Amitriptyline
The drug is usually packaged as tablets in 10, 25, 50 or 100mg amounts and is usually supplied in packets of 50 tablets. Two packets of 100mg tablets is (100 x 100mg) or 10gm of the drug.
For preparation, place 200 of the 50mg tablets in a glass. Add enough water to cover the drug and with gently agitation allow the drug to dissolve.
Take 3 x 10mg metoclopramide tablets and wait 40 minutes before drinking the dissolved amitriptyline. Follow this with 10 or more benzodiazepine sleeping tablets. The process is completed by taking a small amount of alcohol to potentiate the action of the drug, and to take away the bitter after-taste.
Amitriptyline with metocloptamide, oxazepam and Gin
Note: In the accompanying ‘Preparing Amitriptyline’ video the quantity of amitriptyline is given as 5gm. This has since been revised to 8 - 10gm.