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Do you think Etizolam are overrated?

When I first tried them, I thought they were a godsend. I would use them recreationally - to get a buzz. Fantastic! I'd found an alternative to black market benzos. They could be easily ordered over the www with no fear of being scammed, and were legal! I found I would lose a lot of memory after doing too many, though (more so than with other benzos) and although they are supposedly short acting, the metabolites stay in your body for a long time, and I nearly lost my job on a couple of occasions because I was way too wasted at work the next day. I also found them to be very addictive. I would just binge on them at weekends, but it got to the point where I couldn't sleep for days afterwards. I also developed a twitching eyelid because of too much use, which has thankfully dissipated now that I have laid off for a while. Anyway, that's just me. I have overindulged with these, and I'm sure that in moderation they can be useful for anxiety/sleep etc. Just be careful with these  (Jan 18, 2013 | post #38)

What's your FAVE BENZO and why?

That just aint funny...  (Jan 18, 2013 | post #61)

What's your FAVE BENZO and why?

The ones I used to get were purple, diamond shaped pills. Can't remember what mg they were, though.  (Jan 18, 2013 | post #47)

What's your FAVE BENZO and why?

They used to be all over the street in the West End around Tottenham Court Road in London in the nineties The docs used to literally throw you as many as you wanted on private scripts, and because most people couldn't afford the script and the fees that the chemists also charged to dispense the meds, they would sell a load of them off A pound a pop, I think they were  (Jan 18, 2013 | post #42)

What's your FAVE BENZO and why?

Sensible comment that the OP might note. I get the impression he/she is looking for recreational value, though  (Jan 18, 2013 | post #34)

What's your FAVE BENZO and why?

I'm just tellin' it like it is. Make what you will from what I say. Benzos are the slippiest of the slippery slopes, after all.  (Jan 18, 2013 | post #30)

What's your FAVE BENZO and why?

It's from Through The Looking Glass... A poem Alice discovers written in mirror writing while in a strange inverted world "Twas bryllyg, and the slithy toves Did gyre and gymble in the wabe: All mimsy were the borogroves; And the mome raths outgrabe."  (Jan 18, 2013 | post #28)

What's your FAVE BENZO and why?

Thanks, I do like to keep things relevant, lol! Seriously, though, you'll be lucky to find any. They are non existant in this country, now *presumes you are in uk* Temazepam are good, if you are looking for a stronger buzz than valium, but you'll be lucky to find any decent temazepam, too. Just don't go and get yourself scammed!  (Jan 18, 2013 | post #25)

What's your FAVE BENZO and why?

Flunitrazepam (Rohypnol) always used to be my favourite. They're rarer than proverbial hens teeth nowadays. I haven't come across any since the mid 1990s. By far the strongest, most hypnotic of any benzo I have tried since.  (Jan 18, 2013 | post #19)

Feedback for Mr Sleep Easy

Can anyone say what his best product is?  (Jan 10, 2013 | post #490)

MushCap

Good evening to you, my man! Thanks for your comments and your kind offer of a sample of this product. Am I right in thinking (in the absence of doing any research) that this molecule is a synthetic version of psyliacibin? I have had mushroom pills a long time ago at a free party, and they were awsome. Have also had some experience with a synthetic mescalin type compound called STP, containing the chemical DOM. As I mentioned before, I am somewhat of an urban anthropologist, and would of course provide pics of the product and a detailed trip report for you. The whole subject of the potential therapeutic value of psychadelics is an area that interests me greatly, and anything I can do to help open people's minds to these benefits I will do, including being a human guinea pig, lol! It would be interesting to correspond with you further, as I am a great beleiver in establishing lines of communication with like-minded people such as yourself, so I would be grateful if you would PM me from a green account with an email contact. Do you mind me asking what your prime motivation is in establishing this venture? Surely as a commercial proposition alone there isn't a huge amount of money to be made, so are y9u just interested in spreading the love as it were and eliciting people's reactions to this substance? I await your response. Stay lucky, brother ;]  (Dec 27, 2012 | post #53)

MushCap

Hi. I am a connosieur of all things of a psychadelic nature,and have been for the last 23 years. I am also a thinker and writer on the subject, and am an active exponent of legalising and testing these substances for therapeutic value. It also so happens that i feel that I am just at the right stage in my life now to experience a trip and provide some lucid feedback. I await your response  (Dec 26, 2012 | post #39)

the orb? like em or mashed listen to this FUNNY AS

The Orb are one of the most quality producers this country has ever produced. Dr Alex Patterson is a genius. Fact.  (Dec 26, 2012 | post #4)

in hospital over chrimbo..totally sucks

yeah i've hit 100 posts (well 101 now)  (Dec 26, 2012 | post #29)

in hospital over chrimbo..totally sucks

cheers GA. your're a sound guy mate. Just got to avoid the gestapo nurses and ninja it to the bathroom for a boot. all without setting off the smoke detectors! have a great day, pal  (Dec 26, 2012 | post #27)

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