Etizolam (Thread 195672)

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etizolam is bland as compared 2 other BZD. i doubt the potency of etizolam, alprazolam n clonazepam is same.



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BE CAREFUL WITH THIS STUFF IMO. I had horrible chills after just 2 weeks of taking 3-4 mg spread out the day. I have a high tolerance to oxy, benzos. I currently take 4 mg of subozone and 3mg of clonazapam
I figured Id try them and see why the good reviews
The first one knocked me out instantly so I used them sparingly. I decided to stop cuz I was taking melatonin too so I didnt need them. I abruptly quit after just 2 weeks. Yesterday I woke up freezing horrible chills and slight depression. Everyone is different but just beware

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