IN a glass of water or in a spoon of water/juice?
You should avoid most juices with Clonazepam, especially grapefruit juice. Clonazapam is not completely water soluble, so it would not dissolve properly.
I'm confused as to why you want to take Clonazepam in a liquid (I assume you're planning on crushing it?). If you want it to work faster, just let it dissolve under your tongue, and it will go directly into your bloodstream (there is an important vein under your tongue and your mucus membranes and saliva will allow it to absorb through them).
If your doctor instructs you to take it orally (swallowing a whole pill), then I'd do as he/she instructs. If that isn't working for you, I'd ask about Clonazepam wafers, which are made to dissolve quickly under the tongue and thus work faster.
- Clonazepam Information for Consumers
- Clonazepam Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Clonazepam (detailed)
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