What is stronger, a 2mg ativan or a 10mg valium? Please Help. Thanks!?
Question posted by BlondeBombshell0701 on 4 Aug 2010
Last updated on 30 October 2022 by Sanfran55
Valium is way stronger than 1 mg of ativan
Start with 3mg of the lorazepam until the future then move on to the vallium when ur tolerance is sky in from the the ativan
yes deffinatly i would say ..valium... im taking them now ... took atavan in the past /couldnt tell i was taking anything
So the valium 10 mg's would do better then 2mg's of ativan. Will it go over the ativan when i switch???
I have found this and have no idia if it's true;
there are tons of thread about this, but for me, .5mg kpin=5mg of valium=.5mg of ativan. before i had a had any tolerance, i would have said .7mg of kpin=5mg of valium=1mg of ativan. valium seems to loose its effect like crazy. how much of which benzo i have been taking as of late affects this as well. I've somehow gotten it so .5mg of ativan is more present than 5mg of valium, when it used to be such the opposite. kpin is the worst of the benzos; great if nothing else is there, but otherwise it's negligible.
10 mg of valium = 1 mg of ativan... therefore valium 10 is stronger.
ou mean the ativan is stronger
sorry but you did ur math wrong on this one
messed meself up the valium is stronger
I am wanting to do the samething. So does that mean 10 mg's of Valium is not strong enough for 2 mg's of ativan???
2 mgs of Ativan are stronger.
How am i suppose to cross over with out rebound then??? That wouldn't be strong enough. Have you ever had to cross over to another Benzo?
IF 1 mg of ativan = 10 mg of valium, the 2 mg of ativan is stronger - in fact that would be twice as strong (2 > 1). I'm not sure if the premise is correct (that 1 mg ativan = 10 mg valium), but I DO KNOW that your math is wrong. The opposite is true.
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