Perscription name Lorazepam, but also sold in the US under the names Alzapam, Ativan, Loraz, Lorazepam Intensol.
Lorazepam is an anti-anxiety agent under the general category of “benzodiazepines”, or “benzos,” meaning “mild tranquilizers,” used for the relief of anxiety and, sometimes, to relieve insomnia. Often it is prescribed to calm people with mania / schizophrenia, or given intravenously as a sedative to help patients ease the anxiety that frequently is found with withdrawal symptoms. It has less of an effect on the liver then other benzodiazepines, making it a good choice for patients who are going through rehab and taking anti-abuse drugs.
Seriously, man. Rehab ain’t like the old days with the Methadone clinics. They usually give you something like Ativan, calm yo’ ass right down, you don’t feel no pain from the withdrawl. Seriously, check it. Could get you off da shit for once and for all.
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