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Liquid dosing by James Bendleworth - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 17:25:53 EST ID:DVurzaU3 No.140714 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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So I've got 5g/50ml etizolam solution on the way and I've never used any liquid benzo before. I'm well versed with the tablets, but this was way cheaper and my usual vendor was out.

From what I've read about the volumetric solution one of the best bets is to get children's tylenol and just use the oral syringe to dose. However, I can only imagine that sooner or later I'm just going to try a drop from the eyedropper.

Anything I should definitely do and definitely should not do?
Jarvis Blythewell - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 17:41:50 EST ID:IJyyiZS3 No.140717 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Your vendor should ship your Etzi solution with either a ml or micro ml syringe.
What you should do is research what a normal dose of Etzi is, and then take half of that to judge your tolerance, and if it was prepared correctly.
Then go from there.
I would definitely NOT compulsively redose but this is basically common knowledge
James Bendleworth - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 17:47:29 EST ID:DVurzaU3 No.140718 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oh yeah, I'm experienced with etiz and never really went over 2mgs a day when I last had it. I was more curious as to what to expect as far as strength with a 1/10 ratio and if I could ever expect to use the eyedropper it comes with as an approximate dosage technique.
James Bendleworth - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 17:48:56 EST ID:DVurzaU3 No.140719 Ignore Report Quick Reply
But yeah, I expect to start low and move up. I've always been sketch about vendor-dosed liquid and I expect it to be at least a little off as to what was advertised.
Eugene Wollerfuck - Tue, 17 Apr 2018 01:17:58 EST ID:ryNaKfV8 No.140726 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>I'm well versed

I wish I was.
William Badgeville - Tue, 17 Apr 2018 04:00:22 EST ID:t0kNPKSl No.140728 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Are you sure its 1g per 10ml?
Thats 100mg in a ml which is like 3-4mg per drop
The regular ratio is 10mg/ml
If that is the dosing of your pg, be fucking careful, it'll be really fucking easy to take way too much
Reuben Drorringbedge - Tue, 17 Apr 2018 14:44:58 EST ID:DVurzaU3 No.140739 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Whoops, yeah I mistyped. Its 50mg/ml. I'm assuming at the standard volume that a drop would be approx 1mg?
Barnaby Billingfuck - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 04:11:45 EST ID:4w9hDGyz No.140768 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's not really safe to assume the volume of a drop. Benzos have a huge safety margin, but you're still better off getting a syringe for measuring things really.
Archie Hicklestone - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 05:04:19 EST ID:IEWSp8LQ No.140769 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Tbh if I were you I'd dilute it more. 50mg/ml is still a lot
You can dilute it with more pg or even water I think, you should Google to be sure but I'm pretty sure pg dissolves into water to form a homogenous solution
Rebecca Bablingfuck - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 12:23:23 EST ID:IJyyiZS3 No.140813 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You can add water to PG but that will make it a worse solution. What I mean is, if the Etzi is completely dissolved in the PG, and you add water to it, after a while the Etzi will begin to solidify and collect on the bottom.
This will just mean you have to shake it up for a few minutes every time you want to use it.
But hopefully the vendor sent a ug ml with the shipment, and good quality vendors do

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