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Etizest (Etizolam)
Etizest (Etizolam)

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Etizest (Etizolam)


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Commercial Name: Etizest
Principal Ingredient: Etizolam
Utilization: Sedative power and anti-anxiety effects
Available Dosage: 1mg
Category: Anti-Anxiety
Delivery information
No delivery to USA

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Dosage Quantity Price To Cart
1 mg 30 pills $111.03
1 mg 60 pills $148.04
1 mg 90 pills $191.78
1 mg 120 pills $228.79
1 mg 180 pills $285.98
1 mg 270 pills $392.53
1 mg 360 pills $514.77
Etizest indications 
        Etizest is one of the most commonly sold etizolam brands in the world, and as such is highly sought after for research purposes. This pharmaceutical has all the advantages of industrially manufactured, fully standardized product that include a reliably accurate amount of etizolam and airtight packaging. Our online market provides pharmaceutical Etizest to scientific institutions and individual researchers, with full guarantee of product purity and quality.

        The main chemical component of Etizest is etizolam, a substance well known for its sedative power and anti-anxiety effects. Chemically speaking, etizolam is closely related to benzodiazepines, only with the inclusion of triazole and thiophene rings into the molecule. Because of this, its biochemical profile is slightly different in comparison with better-known sedatives such as lorazepam or diazepam. One of the distinguishing characteristics of Etizest is its fast-acting mechanism since full effects are realized in little more than 30 minutes and half-life of the substance is measured to be around 200 minutes.

Possible  side effects:
muscle weakness and ataxia.

depression, slurred speech or dysarthria, 
changes in libido, 
visual disturbances, 
urinary retention or incontinence,
GI disturbances, 
changes in salivation and amnesia.


Medically reviewed by

Dr. Josette Davignon

Last updated: 20.11.2020

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