posted on Jul, 3 2009 @ 03:40 PM
Diprivan is very rapidly metabolized. It's used for things like keeping people zonked out while they are on ventilators, as in induction agent for
general anesthesia, and for "twilight sleep." Basically, it has to be trickled in as a drip or manually a little at a time. You couldn't just
shoot up and get high for awhile. You would shoot up, get high for a couple of minutes or so, OR overdose, pass out, stop breathing, etc.. It
doesn't last like Valium, morphine, etc., and it isn't classified as a "lock up" drug. We have the stuff sitting unlocked in a cabinet at work.
This just isn't a drug people use to get high, especially if the person could afford any drug they wanted. Very strange. Why would it be in