Alcohol + Tramadol

Alcohol beer by Roberto Strauss
Alcohol beer by Roberto Strauss
Tramadol by Andy Mabbett
Tramadol by Andy Mabbett

High confidence: There is good evidence to support the risk rating of this combination.

Significant risk: Danger! This is our most dangerous combination rating.

Reports of people trying this psychoactive combination

“I continued to vomit, and between vomiting, had extremely vivid closed eye hallucinations…” Erowid.

“Starting to feel dizzy, certainly no pain as the stoned feeling made me forget that my foot hurt. Even if my foot hurt I think I could just grin and bear it at this point. Very heavy sweating. I was pouring sweat so badly that my hair was stuck to my head, shirt soaked, sweat getting in my eyes. Had to keep a towel handy. Also started to notice problems urinating as when I needed to go it was just very slow…” Erowid.

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