Etizolam

Etizolam

Depressant

Banned in 2017 Click here for report

What is Etizolam?
Etizolam is a depressant drug, it is a benzodiazepine analogue and shares essentially all their risks and benefits. It is marketed in Italy, India, and Japan as a legal medication for anxiety and panic attacks.

Etizolam was made a class C drug in 2017

What are the desired effects of Etizolam?
Euphoria, relaxation, confidence, pain free, a feeling of wellbeing.

What are the undesired effects of Etizolam?
Nausea, unconsciousness, black outs, confusion, addiction.

How can I reduce the harm that Etizolam may cause?
With any depressant drug especially physically addictive ones like benzodiazepines, you need to be mindful of how often you are using, because many people start using these drugs recreationally or to relive symptoms of pain and soon find them selves physically dependant on the drug.

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Anything else I should know?
Risk of overdose: High

Risk of becoming addicted: High

Note: This drug is a benzodiazepine and is physically addictive, this means that if you use this regularly for a long period of time (which can be as little as a week) stopping using can be a painful and difficult process.

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