Benzo Tapering – How To Formulate Clonazepam Ora-Blend Liquid (For Titration)

By | November 4, 2015

I just recently began tapering off clonazepam again… My first dosage cut being 0.2 mg per day, or 5{0ad59209ba3ce7f48e71d4a0dc628eee9b107ea7079661ded2b3bda89b047a8b} of a total of 4 Mg per day. When I first titrated years ago, I did the typical method involving just plain water or milk. I personally have some concerns about this method. (Do not get me wrong, I am not saying dry cutting or cold turkey is preferable). But the concern I have always had is this… I always wondered how many mg of clonazepam was contained in every mL of water (Mg/mL). To me this is important information to know because I feel it is very important that every time you consume liquid formula, you should know exactly how many MILLIGRAMS of medication you are consuming( and how much less compared to your typical dose). Not just how many MILLILITERS of Water. I searched and searched, and asked and asked around. Never really being able to find a straight answer. ONE lady…just ONE… told me something along the lines that every ml equals 0.1 mg of clonazepam…or 0.3…or some low number like that… However… I did not understand, nor did she explain how she came to “figure” this. I did not feel secure in her answer… So I researched further until I found this stuff called Ora-Blend (A Liquid Suspension Vehicle. In other words, a liquid for dissolving medication). I found numerous websites that gave instructions on how to use Ora-blend. In particular stating how to formulate a Clonazepam Ora-Blend solution, of a total of 100 ml, containing 0.1 mg of clonazepam per mL. These same instructions I had found on multiple websites, many of them being websites of hospitals and pharmacies. This makes me feel secure in the fact that they are reputable, and accurate. I have been titrating for 2 weeks now using the Ora-blend Solution described in the instructions. The instructions state to use TEVA brand 2 Mg Clonazepam Oral Tablets. These instructions may not be suited for other brands of clonazepam or clonazepam made by other manufacturers, due to factors such as different fillers in manufacturing, and different inactive ingredients. Please note, the instructions are also NOT for any other benzo other than Clonazepam. However, there may be instructions for making Ora-Blend liquid solutions for other benzos somewhere on the internet… I will do research and try to find some. And for now I will also leave you the link referencing where I got these instructions from. I hope that this will be of some help to somebody. It has helped me.

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