Citation: Jason. "Gradual Degradation of The Brain: An Experience with Etizolam (exp114778)". Erowid.org. Sep 29, 2020. erowid.org/exp/114778
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I started looking for anti-anxiety medications but more specifically benzos. I was scouring the internet looking for new "legal" highs. I have tried most of them ranging from basic kratom to 4-FMA. Then, I found Etizolam. At first I ordered a small quantity, maybe 100mg at a time
At first I ordered a small quantity, maybe 100mg at a time
, and I also took a small amount (1-2mg) and fall asleep very quickly. I would take it a couple times during the week. My addictive nature evolved and I was wondering if there were any recreational effects from a higher dose and there were. I then began taking 2mg a night, incrementally over the course of a few months I upped it to all the way to 30mg a night. Then, I slowed down to 20 mg a night. I was doing this for a year and a half, I think, I still can't recall my memories from the daze of etizolam.
Tthe entire next day I would feel relaxed. This relaxation slowly began to fade but the dosage stayed the same. I then realized I couldn't recall basic memories or conversations with coworkers, family, friends and if there was any memory there was no numerical order in which I could recall. I realized the psychological addiction I had to it when I began to lower the dose. The worst withdrawal I have ever experienced. Sleeping was now impossible, building on complex thoughts without forgetting was impossible, and recalling 2 years of my life isn't possible. It is only now as I am off it that I realize the damage that it has done. I don't pray, but if I did it would be for no one to try this brain-numbing drug. I abused it and it narrowed my thinking and impeded brain development and curiosity. It gave me a false sense of security that only when I was off of it did I realize what it has really done to my neural network. It fucked it up.
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