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Etizolam

Basic Information

Summary

A thienodiazepine anxiolytic. Similar in action to benzodiazepine drugs. Relieves anxiety, causes sedation and mild euphoria. High doses can lead to losing memory of what happened while on the drug. Users often compulsively re-dose frequently leading to accidental blackouts. Can be found in pressed pharmaceutical pills from various countries, clandestine pill presses, or as a powder

Benzodiazepine

Benzodiazepines are generally hypnotic or anxiolytic depressant drugs.

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Research Chemical

Research chemicals are drugs with relatively little history of human use, and thus particular care should be taken if choosing to ingest them.

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Habit-forming

These drugs pose a higher risk of causing habit forming behaviour, take particular care with the amount and frequency they are taken.

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Depressant

Depressants are drugs which reduce arousal and stimulation in the user, characterised by a depressing of mental and physical functions.

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Common

Common drugs are those which are well known and widely used among the drug community. This doesn't necessarily mean they are safe, but it usually comes with a longer relative history of use in humans with which to establish a safety profile.

Dose
Light0.5-1mg
Common1-2mg
Strong2-5mg+
Duration
All ROAs
Onset10-40 minutes
Duration5-8 hours
After-effects6-24 hours
Effects

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    AvoidOther depressants such as Alcohol and Opioids.
    Effectsanxiolytic, hypnotic, sedative, muscle relaxant, amnesia, dystaxia
    Aliasesetiz
    etizest
    etilaam
    sedekopan
    depas
    etizola
    inxity
    zoly
    lamet
    towa
    ToleranceSlower than other benzos, also observed to have reverse-tolerance effect.
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    Interactions

    Dangerous

    Unsafe

    Caution

    Low risk & Increased Effects

    Low risk & Decreased Effects

    Low risk & No Synergy

    References & Notes

    General