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Etizolam
#11
Iv only ever seen the little pill myself. So i too needed that schooling also . Never found them any good but then never found them xanax any good either .
I suppose its different things for different people
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#12
I would love to try this stuff for my anxiety. I currently use Clonazepam which seems to work well. RC's just scare me though.
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#13
@bobthebuilder
Etizolam is a short-acting benzo. Wikipedia says:
"It has a mean elimination half life of about 3.5 hours. Etizolam possesses potent hypnotic properties, and is comparable with other short-acting benzodiazepines."

So, your feeling, that Etizolam act short, is completely correct.
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#14
etiz or alp doesn't do much for me anymore. there was a brief honeymoon phase i had with both. alp honeymoon lasted longer and the etiz honeymoon laster like 2 weeks.

let me rephrase alp will put me to sleep. etiz does about nothing. at least the tablets i got. never got into the powder and i'm sure that is better.

the first time you try etiz its great tho.
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#15
TWD, etiz is well known to make you sleepy. You may have gotten some bunk stuff. I've been using it for a few years but I don't use large amounts. I haven't taken a whole mg in quite a while, I used to take 1 - 3 mg at a time but thats not a good idea.
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#16
It works pretty good. I've tried it a few times. A buddy of mine uses it all the time for sleep. Just like grandote said you don't get a hangover from it.
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#17
ITs a solid option, newer age benzo. very potent stuff, be careful
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#18
And talking of potency id say to stay well away from the pure powders.  There are a couple of tablet form brands that seem to have pretty good reps.
Billy
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#19
Why stay away from powders? If you try to measure the dose dry, that will not work. Simply dissolve it in alcohol and measure with a pipette or eyedropper. It works well and is accurate.
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#20
(11-13-2015, 07:57 PM)Grandote Wrote: Why stay away from powders? If you try to measure the dose dry, that will not work. Simply dissolve it in alcohol and measure with a pipette or eyedropper. It works well and is accurate.

Hi so you mean take a quantity that you can accurately measure on an electronic balance, say a couple of grams then dissolve in a measured volume of alcohol. Then calculate mg/ml?
Thanks 
Billy
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