Little about myself, I’m about 5’10, slim built male, nineteen years of age with a great experience of drugs. Now I used to be in a heavy depression stage and valium and other pharmaceuticals were my release for a long time. I finally realised I was actually addicted and took the concious effort to get off get off them as they had caused a great trouble with family, friends, girlfriend, police, etc.
To cut a long story short I have gotten past that and have been for months, but I’m always researching new chemicals so I thought I’d take a chance.
I’ve experienced more drugs then worth listing but for benzodiazepine I have taken Diazepam, Phenazepam, Alprazolam, Cinolazepam, and Temazepam..
Now I never am never one to dive into a new chemical without checking for an allergy test, but if they are a pharmaceutical so I went ahead with my exciting experience.
10:45pm 1mg Etizolam swallowed, it was a small blue tablet, similar to a blue diazepam, but smaller. I haven’t slept last night from a night of taking stimulants so decided what better time to write a trip report, and more importantly get a good sleep.
11:04pm I’ve defiantly started to feel the pharmaceuticals taking effect. As I lay into my bed I finally can remember what an actual hit benzo’s can give you. I had been taking them too long to just, as you could say “feel normal”
11:23pm Now I’ve not taken benzo’s for months, but I must admit this is doing a great job on me. Takes me back to the days of taking my first diazepam tabs. At this point I’d say it’s probably the equivelant in strength to 20-30mg of diazepam. But I would compare it to Xanax personally from the effects it’s having on me. I feel euphoric, stronger then the typical euphoria you get from most benzo’s you get. Especially on the street.
11:31 I read more about Etizolam to find that this is regularly prescribed at 0.25 mg 2 to 3 times a day. For EXTREME anxiety making this already 4x stronger then a typical prescription dose.
11:49 I’ve not reclinded in my bed, finding myself laughing a bit more then usual, definite benzo euphoria noticed, and time seems to be just passing me by. I personally was not expecting such a strong hit from only 1 tab. As with diazepam when I was beginning to take it recreationally I found myself easy taking 30mg just to start me off.
12:00 Party tunes come on I get up and dance about my hotel room like you’d expect a nineteen year old to dance alone. I was tearing shit up. Not. I wish that was the case. I did notice though that I did have some trouble with my co-ordination already and I wasn’t really slurring my words. More forgetting what the lyrics were.
12:17 That’s me tired and decided to make myself a rollie and go out and enjoy that. As I had been cramped in this room all day. So away for a walk I go.
1:46 Finally arriving home, while I was walking it almost felt as if I was gliding along and I just trecked the lonely streets of my North-East Scotland town by myself, but I was absolutely content doing so. But it was a really nice benzo buzz.
2:02 Finished packing my bag for tomorrow morning, and I am actually ready for sleep, if I can actually sleep at all I’d be amazed with how my heart has been racing the last few stimulant sessions.
Conclusion: Woke up and initially a bit tired, but that could be from the lack of sleep from the night before, but the tiredness doesn’t hang along any longer then usual. I feel quite fresh really. I’m most amazed at how quicly I fell asleep. Normally I can lay for hours, if not the whole night frustrated at myself because I can’t even sleep. But I must admit, it worked great, with no real side effects.
I would say my favorite benzo’s are Xanax, followed by valium. But I believe that has changed after this experience. Etizolam surpasses Xanax, but very very close. The head buzz from each of them is definatly very similar, rather euphoric, but Etizolam lasted longer, and if we are going to look at the big picture. I can much easier get my hands on Etizolam for cheaper.
This is from a sincere pharmaceutical lover, who loved them too much for a while. Etizolam was everything I could have hoped for.