My girlfriend has started taking Klonopin. After the first day, the smell of her sweat was intense and intoxicating. It's an aphrodisiac like I've never experienced before. Has anyone else had this experience or does anyone know what causes it?
7 Aug 2012
Never heard of this before! I personally take Klonopin, and my wife never mentioned anything. It could be something indirect, such as due to the decrease in stress, the sweat produced doesn't contain the same stress producing chemicals. Just a guess. She hasn't changed her diet at all? I know that for a while a couple years back I was drinking jasmin tea all the time. After a while I had noticed that my sweat had a distinct jasmin sent to it. I also remember a friend of mine telling me about his experiences in the military. When they would go out and drink the night before, in the morning with the routine running, you could apparently smell the liquor in the sweat. I would imagine that the Klonopin (btw, it tastes oddly minty) due to the change in stress has somehow modified her odor. Interesting!!
If you find out anything more conclusive, I'd love to hear (if you remember and or have the time)!
- Klonopin Information for Consumers
- Klonopin Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Klonopin (detailed)
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