The state acquired by ingesting opiates in accompaniment with alcohol. Opium and Absinthe are the most desirable substances for use in this combination, as they are most redolent of true Laudanum, a compound of a wide spectrum of opium alkaloids and alcohol once used to treat various medical afflictions, and the time period in which the elixir was common.
Drug addict: I need a serious fix.

Dr. Feelgood: Combine 16 ounces of wormwood-distilled Absinthe with two ounces of dissolved opium, mix until homogenous, and quaff liberally until the desired effects are achieved.

Drug addict: So basically you're telling me to get some tar and a bottle of green fairy and get a nice Laudanum effect?

Dr. Feelgood: Yeah, more or less.
by Snowflake 2.0 March 22, 2012

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