Kook 31 months off benzos still in frenzy about nonexistent benzo belly

Benzobelly question etc.
« on: November 13, 2015, 08:41:12 am »


Question about benzobelly, edema and histaminintolerance

I had taken lorazepam

I had taken benzos not regular for about 6 years

0.5-1 mg

My Last Dose was on First of May 2013(31months off) but i took lyrica from that Date to new year 2014 an had stop it.


Brainwashed freaks come up with cure for non-existent “benzo belly”

Benzo belly cure?????
« on: August 20, 2015, 02:44:45 pm »


I’ve had the dreaded Benzo belly most of my taper and I started taking 2 tablespoons of Braggs Apple Cider Vinegar with 2 tablespoons lemon juice in water.

It took about a month for it to work, but I no longer have the huge bloated belly. It’s such a blessing! I use very warm tap water, about a cup and drink it in the morning 😀.


Re: Benzo belly cure?????
« Reply #1 on: August 21, 2015, 03:31:55 am »


Wow, that really works? Im sitting here with a terrible swollen benzo belly. Kt went away on its own for a while, probably seceral weeks. Now it’s back. Do you think maybe its the acidity in the lemon juice and the vinegar thats helps? I havent found anything that helps, mine seems to pop up on its own and leave on its own. Well, thanks for sharing a remedy. I might give it a try. This sucks.

Re: Benzo belly cure?????
« Reply #2 on: August 22, 2015, 02:01:36 pm »


I’ve heard about benefits of drinking apple cider vinegar for all sorts of health benefits. I know I had a friend talking about it and I tried it at her house many years ago but it was a one time thing. I’ve never heard it related to anything in the w/d aspect but since I know it’s also good for detoxing, perhaps it will be something I should revisit. Thanks for keeping my mind always active on new things to try.


Homeopathy conference ends in chaos after delegates take hallucinogenic drug

An alternative medicine conference has ended in chaos in Germany after dozens of delegates took a LSD-like drug and started suffering from hallucinations.

Broadcaster NDR described the 29 men and women “staggering around, rolling in a meadow, talking gibberish and suffering severe cramps”.

The group of “Heilpraktikers” was discovered at the hotel where they held their conference in the town of Handeloh, south of Hamburg, on Friday. More than 150 medical staff, ambulances and police descended on the scene and took the raving delegates to hospital.

The patients, aged between 24 and 56, were found suffering from delusions, breathing problems, racing hearts and cramps, with some in a serious condition, Deutsche Welle reported.

Tests on their blood and urine revealed they had all taken hallucinogenic drug 2C-E, which is known as Aquarust in Germany and has been illegal there since the end of last year.

No one recovered sufficiently to be interviewed by police until Monday, a spokesperson said.

Torsten Passie, a member of the German government’s expert commission for narcotics, told NDR: “It must have been a multiple overdose. That does not support the view that the people concerned took the hallucinogen knowingly. One has to assume that people were not told about the substance, its effects and risks before taking it.”

Police are reportedly looking into possibilities including the drug being taken as a joint experiment, or it being furtively given to conference participants as a prank.

No arrests have yet been made as the investigation continues into a possible violation of Germany’s Narcotics Act.

The Association of German Healing Practitioners (VDH), which represents homeopaths as well as other naturopaths, quickly distanced itself from the embarrassment.

In a statement, it said none of its representatives took hallucinogens during the “incident” in Handeloh.

“The organisers of this obscure conference are unknown to us and such events will not be tolerated by our Association,” a spokesperson said.

“Unfortunately, the conference in Handeloh has severely damaged the image of the alternative medicine profession…and we have clarified that such acts are not in the spirit of natural therapy, and contradict our values both morally and legally. The Association of German Healing Practitioners (Heilpraktikers) detests such misdemeanors.”

The British Government’s drug advisory service, Frank, describes 2C-E as a psychedelic and hallucinogenic stimulant that has effects “somewhere between ecstasy and LSD”.

Anyone taking it experiences a buzz and feeling of being “alive and in tune with their surroundings”, their colours and smells.

It can also cause hallucinations, sexual arousal, hypersensitivity and other effects that become “more intense and uncontrollable” with higher doses.

The drug is classed as relatively new by Frank and not widely available in the UK, but is illegal as part of the phenethylamine family as a class A drug.

Some delegates complained of being poisoned by Big Pharma. Colin Moran, founder of the Ashton-worshiping cult site Benzo Buddies, could not be reached for comment at press time.


Cyber doctor diagnoses himself, dismisses ER docs

Bad Case of Benzo Belly Following Withdrawal
« on: April 05, 2015, 05:18:43 pm »


I recently spent 6 weeks tapering off Xanax, and have been completely off for six weeks as of today. My dose was .5 mg four times/day. It was medically prescribed for anxiety, which has been a problem for me on and off during my lifetime. I never abused it, but was on it for about ten years non-stop. I went through the usual withdrawal symptoms, which were uncomfortable and unpleasant, but managed to complete the process without further difficulty.

However, my gastric distress has recently gone through the roof! I went to the emergency room Friday evening, convinced I had appendicitis due to extreme bloating, gas, cramps, pain and nausea. After a panel of blood tests, a urine test and a CT scan, I was told I was suffering from diverticulitis and put on two different antibiotics. My tests all came back normal, and I feel that I do NOT have diverticulitis, though I did not argue with the ER physician at 3am!

I have been scratching my head over this and doing some reading, and am convinced that it is benzo belly gone wild following my withdrawal. I have been eating very healthy foods (which I’ve always done) and take regular power walks, and use melatonin at night to help me sleep. I sleep pretty well in general.

So, I am wondering how long I can expect the bloating and cramping to last, and what natural remedies might be available that I am not aware of? I could really use some relief!

In the meantime, it is such a “Sweet Life” now that I am benzo free!

Thanks in advance for any advice from those who have been there.

Charity case’s ugly rant: Wannabe superstar shrieks “fuck em” as she ridicules clinical depression and benzo belly



“Attention all you imaginary symptoms-seekers. There is no such thing as ‘benzo belly.’ No such thing. However, there ARE such things as paying attention to what and how much you eat. If your gut is of sperm whale proportions, don’t blame it on the benzos. Blame it on what you’re forcing down your gullet. It’s not difficult to shed some pounds. Not difficult at all. Just give up the crappy foods. This means anything processed. Basically, anything out of a box or can. And anything delivered or picked up or from a drive-thru. Eat a lot of fresh meat, vegetables, and whole foods. The weight will fall right off without doing anything else. Then you will see that it wasn’t withdrawing from a pill that caused your girth. Only bad food choices. I liberated myself from the ‘wackos’ and ‘nut-jobs’ at BB by using common sense. You can too!”