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Diclazepam
#1
New one from BB when I had a look just now. They're giving some freebies so might get some with my eph order. Has anyone heard anything or know anything?
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#2
Cant seem to find much about it. hopefully somebody is a better researcher than me!
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#3
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2'-Chlorodiazepam -also known as Ro5-3448. Paper here touches on it (suggests greater affinity for central BZD receptors)...

http://www.pnas.org/content/81/3/753.full.pdf

and perhaps @Renton can confirm, but I assume it would produce a number of active metabolites like its parent analogue (e.g., mainly 2'-Chloro-nordiazepam [delorazepam]; some 2'-Chloro-temazepam, lorazepam, and lormatezepam) and likely have a fairly long half-life (prolly longer than lorazepam, but perhaps shorter than diazepam.)
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#4
just hoping it dosent go the same way flurobromazepam went,hoping something similar to lora and diaz..live in hope.
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#5
BB are sending me some samples to hand out to experienced researchers if you are interested please pm me.
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#6
i would LOVE to. but for that reason its probably not wise haha.
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#7
Tried a few of these but didn't really get much, but that not bashing the product or anything.
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#8
ok BB have been very generous with the sample I have zero idea how many anyone might need to conduct a proper test.  If anyone could enlighten me I'd be very grateful also anyone who would like to sample please email me your details to [email protected] and I will post tomorrow once I have an idea how many you might need.
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#9
I'll try anything once... 5 or 10 should be plenty btw.
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#10
oo think I'll give you an email. Been coming off my ssri's and think I could give a decent report on how they affect my anxiety as I've noticed a slight increase atm

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