The normal prescribed dose for sleep is 5 mg. 10 max if you have no tolerance should be plenty. It works fast if you put it under your tongue to dissolve rather than swallowing it. It won’t knock you out ‘in a snap of a finger’, it’s more of a kind of drift off. Even if you take larger doses - which you don’t need to do.
Start with 10mg if you have no tolerance. I can't say how many pills that would be since diazepam comes in many different strengths, so I dont mean eat 10 of the pills, just enough to get you to 10mg. It wont be instant sleep, but diazepam tends to make people without tolerance out fairly quickly.
It varies widely from person to person with Diazepam (Valium). Some folks are knocked out by 5mg while I personally would probably need 60mg for that same effect.
Stagger them and give each sometime to hit you, especially because you have no tolerance. You wanna sleep well but ya wanna wake up too.
If you don't have tolerance, 20mg could put you asleep, but it varies a lot from person to person, I take 40mg daily, I would need 100mg or 80mg maybe to fall asleep.
Guys, some update. I ended up taking like 20mg and I didn't feel anything, not even an ounce of sleepiness. Someone told me Nitrazepam is more effective to put me to sleep. So now, new question, how much Nitrazepam should I take to get me to be knocked out in a very short time?10mg will have you counting sheep if you don't use benzos regularly. Personally I find Diazepam to be the most sedating of the benzos. I took a 10mg tablet at work one day, not smart! Luckily I was working somewhere very chill and I didn't get in trouble but it was nearly impossible for me to stay awake on one blue 10mg tablet.
Drinking on moggies is an art that takes years to master imeCan I ask you, if I'm drunk and I took some Nitrazepam how would it affect me?