Rockt, I didn't tolerate GABA at all. It gave me horrible weird dreams. Taking GABA is not the same as taking a benzo. I haven't read all of this thread, but where did you see that GABA is a useful way of getting off a benzo? I disagree. If I were in your situation (I am just saying what I would do) I'd go back to my original dose, without GABA, unless I'd been on GABA for months, and start the 1% titration. Think A YEAR out. Go as slow as you want. It's not THAT dangerous a drug. It has its upsides and downsides. If you want a natural benzo, make SUPER STRONG chamomile tea. It has apigenin, which functions like a plant benzo. By super strong, I mean, steep three or four teabags of organic chamomile tea in one cup of water that has just been brought to a boil, for at least five minutes. Now, it is not addictive, because it doesn't do what benzos do. They avoid the gating mechanism. They keep your receptors flooded and cut short your natural feedback system. Your body will just use the apigenin as it needs it. However, in my case, I had to be judicious about it as I'm extremely hormone sensitive, and apigenin also stimulates estrogen receptors, so if I did too much, I'd start to get PMS type symptoms.