Etizolam which is marketed under the brand names Etilaam, Etizola, Sedekopan, Etizest, Pasaden and Depas has quickly becoming a drug commonly used in recreational circles. This gray market benzodiazepine analog has effects similar to Valium and Xanax but with a greater sense of euphoria and strong soporific effects. An anti-anxiolytic which is prescribed in Japan, India, and Italy, Etizolam should be used with caution as individuals can become quickly tolerant, or in many cases experience reverse tolerance which is unique in this drug class. Withdrawal from “benzo” type drugs can be deadly so learn the facts first in this important podcast.
Family and addiction therapist Glen Marshall along with journalist and drug education expert Seth Fitzgerald provide an exhaustive in-depth analysis of Etizolam research, its effects and warnings, along with a short commentary on Johann Hari’s recent In a Nutshell video short “Everything We Think We Know About Addiction Is Wrong.” Experience #DrugEducationEvolved on The Addictive Podcast.
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