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Here are pretty much the only RC/pseudo-RC benzos that I personally classify as "fully safe," with fully safe meaning that they're at least as safe for long term use as alprazolam, diazepam, clonazepam, or lorazepam (so at least as safe as the least safe of these 4, whichever that is)
In no particular order:
- Etizolam (human medical use in Japan, India, Italy, etc.)
- Diclazepam aka pseudo-lorazepam XR (its two intermediary metabolites have lengthy Rx human use history, and those two metabolites then metabolize into lorazepam aka ativan itself)
- Phenazepam (history of human use in at least School)
- Flutazolam (human use in mostly Japan)
and several more
In addition, any analog that's a primary metabolite of a human-approved medical drug, with examples such as:
3-hydroxy-phenazepam (major metabolite of phenazepam and the Rx pro-drug cinazepam)
N-Desalkylflurazepam (metabolite of flurazepam, flutoprazepam, fludiazepam, midazolam, flutazolam, quazepam, ethyl loflazepate, etc.)
and many, MANY more...you can find "designer" RC benzos that are either metabolites or pro-drugs of metabolites of benzos like oxazepam, diazepam, clonazepam, etc.
>drugs that aren't "safe" safe but I'd personally consider quite safePyrazolam (only really effective for anxiety, very weak sedative/hypnotic/myorelaxant properties
>benzo I'm dumb enough to do on occasion
Flualprazolam (enjoy massive tolerance killer, like disproportionate to effects even, and basically more hypnotic xanax)
>benzo I was dumb enough to do but hopefully never will again
Clonazolam (seriously, if you ever do it, only dose one dose/one day in a row, at least 1-2 weeks apart, and if you're remotely smart no more than once every 1-4 months, at a dosage maximum of 0.5mg, perhaps approaching 1mg if you have bartard tolerance, but never >1mg).
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