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pic unrelated by Nathaniel Clebberstone - Sun, 12 Nov 2017 00:14:48 EST ID:JTf/8EHO No.138127 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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why does etizolam do nothing? i only notice it if i use it along with other drugs
Edwin Brookstock - Sun, 12 Nov 2017 01:26:24 EST ID:x1E9MLIx No.138128 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>etizola, not workign
Nigel Sigglefidge - Sun, 12 Nov 2017 01:34:46 EST ID:K4DwwT9K No.138129 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Unless you have a significant benzo tolerance it's probably the delusions of sobriety bit.
Nigel Sigglefidge - Sun, 12 Nov 2017 01:35:11 EST ID:K4DwwT9K No.138130 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Damn, beat me to it.
Walter Brangermone - Mon, 13 Nov 2017 15:29:59 EST ID:kdS+uTc7 No.138160 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I could think of 3 things

1) Tolerance
2) Delusions of sobriety
3) You have no anxiety to relieve

Also, in what setting are you taking it? Try going for a walk while on it.
Sidney Tillingham - Mon, 13 Nov 2017 17:55:26 EST ID:vnpG8Vex No.138161 Ignore Report Quick Reply
For some reason etizolam just makes me unable to stay awake. If I take 2mg or above I will inevitably need to lie down and sleep regardless of what time it is. 1.5mg will have me pretty drowsy. If you took more than that then IDK what the fuck is wrong, I'd wager your tablets are bunk.
TinyTrip !5pb17tfZto - Mon, 13 Nov 2017 19:24:09 EST ID:kBStRnnS No.138162 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Etizolam does do something,

a) benzo/thienodiazepines are relatively subtle, you could be impaired but unaware

b) you have a cross or existing tolerance

c) it isn't what you ordered/it is bunk/adulterated/etc

Pretty unlikely you wouldn't notice the effects of etiz, but as stated there's a fine line between being aware of impairment and not.

If you are getting blatant synergistic effects consistent with the drugs profile and whatever other poly-drug use you've added it's likely you just don't benefit at a therapeutic level dosage. In which case, I'd say just slowly back out of the rabbit hole as taking recreational dosages leads to dark places pretty quickly.

How confident are you in the reliability of your source? If there's any major doubt I'd think hard on if I wished to consume more.

Do you have an existing tolerance?

What dosage are you taking?

anyways good luck OP and use caution
dr. m !gWLn19/oKs - Tue, 14 Nov 2017 00:20:53 EST ID:xisHS4c9 No.138169 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I miss this quality. Best short acting sleep benzo ever besides triazolam and midazolam.

Fanny Blimblebanks - Tue, 14 Nov 2017 00:48:32 EST ID:EwUic2eK No.138171 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Etizolam can cause some pretty heavy delusions of sobriety sometimes. About half the time I take it i'll feel sober but my judgement will be noticeably impaired and i'll be in no fucks given mode. It's not always hypnotic for me even at high dosages and is less muscle relaxing than a lot of other benzos so it can be hard to tell how bad it has me under its spell until it wears off and I realize I was pretty /benz/ed. Sometimes i'll get amnesia which is another solid indicator it's working though, with benzos there's times you have to look for the signs that you're influenced because it won't be blatantly obvious.
Polly Bribbleworth - Thu, 16 Nov 2017 00:59:04 EST ID:tGD+wGLM No.138194 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>take benzo
>cant get to sleep

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