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What is Etizolam?
Etizolam is used as medicine in Japan and India, to treat anxiety, insomnia and panic attacks, but it not licensed as a medicine in the UK. It can:
- Slow the brain and body down and can cause sedation/sleepiness, relaxation and a feeling of calm.
- It can help stop fits.
- Similar drugs have been shown to cause short-term memory loss.
- They can be highly addictive.
The side effects of etizolam are sleepiness/drowsiness, decrease/shallow breathing, loss of coordination, which could become fatal, especially if you mix it with other drugs that slow down the nervous system, such as alcohol.
What does Etizolam look like?
As a medicine etizolam is sold in tablet form, but when it is sold as a ‘legal high’ it is sold in either pellet or tablet form.