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Etizolam - brands/comparison/differences?

Discussion in 'Research Chemicals' started by Spyder, Nov 15, 2017.

  1. Spyder

    Spyder Palladium Member

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    I've been looking into the different 'Brands' of Etizolam and hope to build some information here with experiences and test results for the different versions out there. Etizex, Etizest, and Etilaam are the three I'm looking at right now and with information from (Source removed) I'm putting together a detailed comparison of the three.
    Looking forward to hearing of individual experience with any of these or any different that anyone may have experience with?
     
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  2. Spyder

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    The intent of the thread is certainly not a source discussion and I have meant no disrespect as I am well aware of this rule. Rather, the listed was/is willing to provide detailed Chem/MSDS type data which I plan to use once I can get this off the ground. Once I receive the rest of the data and can begin listing experience and tech data I believe it will become more clear. THANK YOU and apologies but as I mentioned I will make it proper and clear. THANK YOU!!!!
     
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    It's a research chemical. How can it already have brands?
     
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    Etizolam brands are not the same as a 'Branded' bath salt. Outside the US, it is a commonly prescribed drug. It is given for reasons almost identical to Xanax. Here in the U.S. it's classified as a Research Chemical, but many of those other countries have it available right at the pharmacy. No different than we have our Alpraxolam made originally by Pfizer.

    EDIT: Just to add. This is/was one of the main reasons to begin this thread. Looking across the various forums online you can find many many 'Experience' reports with some touting one brand while trashing another. If we first assume that each brand/tablet contains 1mg or Etizolam, then it's possible the inactives possibly cause noticeable effects...OR...placebo??? So, I'm hoping to build a little comparison here. I should be prepared to provide some data before long.
    THANKS....
     
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    MATTEE0077 Newbie

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    Etizolam does have a brand or at least a manufacturer. Which they sell for scientific research only. I dont know if im allowed here to state the manufacturer or a website that has been rock solid for their products and reliability.Be safe and be smart. Etizolam for me has been fantastic.
     
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    It is certainly not allowed to list vendors. Please read the rules if you are not sure. If you are not aware of the rules then this will likely cause problems.