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Where did Etizest and Etilaam go?
#61
http://purechemsdirect.com/buy-1mg-etize...zolam.html i've tried these and most of the other chemicals from this sight inluding a dabble of synthicane which i liked lol but iv tried all their benzos and i can say with confidence they are a reliable company.... from my own experience
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#62
(21-09-2015, 10:53 PM)andyp Wrote: http://purechemsdirect.com/buy-1mg-etize...zolam.html i've tried these and most of the other chemicals from this sight inluding a dabble of synthicane which i liked lol but iv tried all their benzos and i can say with confidence they are a reliable company.... from my own experience

Ive used PCD quite a few times, they've always been good to me; fast, efficient and good quality :)
Haven't bought any etizest off them yet, but its on my to-do list (lack of funds) but im sure they'll be fine :D
They say pain is relative, it certainly feels like a relative of mine... One that I can't get rid of.
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#63
I like Etizolam, its nicely recreational but i am surely not getting what some do. Better than Diazepam have seen, think it falls short of that and a fair few IMO but can see the appeal. Can't understand fixation with Indian generics though over well dosed and pressed generics. Its not as if there won't be some variation in doses standards are lower in India although have had several products by Intas including Pregabalin and all have been good, only difference between Etizest and Etilaam is Etizest look nice and don't rattle painfully loud as they land on the mat.
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#64
Don't know if I'd agree with standards being lower in Indian generics. Some of the biggest pharma companies are Indian (Sun) or are based in India. Intas for one is no small time outfit. Not sure about the makers of Etizest. I'd agree though about the fixation some have with Etiz. I'd take Diazepam any day day over it. 

Its great for hangovers though.
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#65
Anyone got source for blistered etizest pellets? much apreciated.
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#66
(22-10-2015, 12:59 PM)Tm1210 Wrote: Don't know if I'd agree with standards being lower in Indian generics. Some of the biggest pharma companies are Indian (Sun) or are based in India. Intas for one is no small time outfit. Not sure about the makers of Etizest. I'd agree though about the fixation some have with Etiz. I'd take Diazepam any day day over it. 

Its great for hangovers though.

Etizest is not even a true benzo, it is much different from diazepam. I never used diazepam but its half life compared to etizest, its muscle relaxant properties etc...
Just very different.

My GF has used diazepam and diclazepam and find these very similar. But not etizolam.

cheapchems4u has them both in stock btw (etilaam and etizest).
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#67
Having used quite a few different benzos for the purpose of treating anxiety, I love etizolam for acute anxiety - that is, panic attacks. Etizolam is exactly what you need for a panic attack. It hits hard and fast. Alprazolam and clonazepam also work wonderfully but etizolam is most convenient being cheap and (for the time being, it seems) legal.

Anyone who has suffered panic attacks with only diazepam to hand will confirm that diazepam is utterly useless for treating them. Diazepam works well for reducing levels of general anxiety as it isn't too strong and it has a long half-life, but it might as well be a sugar pill if you have a panic attack.

This is where etizolam has its place to me. Diazepam is for treating general anxiety and etizolam is for treating panic attacks.

In terms of how both substances feel, I prefer being under the influence of etizolam because it makes me feel more energetic while diazepam makes me feel more lethargic. I can socialise much better on etizolam as a result, whereas diazepam, despite reducing anxiety, makes me very anti-social simply because I'm so bloody tired.

If I absolutely had to choose between one or the other, I'd go for etizolam over diazepam for sure.
Who the fuck is Psychoactive Substances Bill and why is he taking all my drugs?
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