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Etizolam is a thienotriazolodiazepine, and essentially an analogue of benzodiazepine. The two chief differences between the two is that the trizole ring in benzodiazepine has been fused and the benzene ring has been replaced with a thiopene ring.
Etizoalm is sold under several brand names, such as Depas, Pasaden, Etizest, Sedekopan, Etizola and Etilaam. It has been used around the world as a muscle relaxant, a sedative, a hypnotic, an anticonvulsant and an anxiolytic. It is similar to substances such as Diclazepam and Flubromazepam.
Biologically, it is characterised by a much shorter half-life than the benzodiazepines, and will typically be metabolised into the body at a much higher rate.
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Etizolam is similar to most benzodiazepines in terms of its effects and side effects. Its capacity as a sedative is substantial, and its ability to suppress anxiety and replace it with a pleasant sensation are some of the chief factors in its popularity. Like other benzodiazepine, though, it is a hypnotic and an amnesic, so care should be taken with its use. Sedatives, of course, should never be mixed with alcohol.
Other side effects have been reported to occur with long term use or abuse. These include blepaharospasm and on very rare occasions skin lesions. Rebound Insomnia may also occur when long term use is discontinued.
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Etizolam is a controlled substance in several countries, including Denmark, Germany, Italy, Japan and the UK. It is not controlled o the federal level in the US, but is controlled by several individual states, including:
Georgia, Louisiana, Texas, Virginia, Mississippi, Florida, Arkansas, North Carolina, Ohio and Alabama.
However, this list is not exhaustive, and it is the responsibility of the buyer to understand all of the relevant laws of their own countries. You must ensure that your entire order is in full compliance with regulations and guidelines
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