Has Anyone Tried Phenazepam?

Discussion in 'Support' started by gotyoubynuts, Jun 26, 2016.

    1. gotyoubynuts

      gotyoubynuts Member

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      Phenazepam (also known in Russia as bromdihydrochlorphenylbenzodiazepine) is a benzodiazepine drug, which was developed in the Soviet Union in 1974 and now produced in Russia and some CIS countries. Phenazepam is used in the treatment of various psychiatric and neurological disorders. It can be used as a premedication before surgery as it augments the effects of anesthetics and reduces anxiety. Recently, phenazepam has gained popularity as a recreational drug; misuse has been reported in the United Kingdom,[3] Finland,[4] Sweden,[5] and the United States.[6]

    2. linearb

      linearb Member Hall of Fame

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      It's a relatively dangerous benzo (high receptor affinity, extreme half life) which also lacks the GABAb action which makes Klonopin an interesting tinnitus drug. The only reason phenazepam is a thing in the West is because it's technically not controlled in the US, so sketchy Chinese labs are making it for gray market sales here.

      I'd say avoid benzos, and definitely avoid sketchy non-pharma-grade benzos...
    3. undecided

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      I have. Here's my stash!


      Well, it's a benzo.
      A bit dissimilar to alprazolam and clonazepam (not much of a hypnotic effect), a bit closer to bromazepam as an experience (at least for me), which I definitely count as a positive.
      Has a long half life so could be used instead of valium for tapering down benzo addiction.
      Can get it from mother Russia without much hassle.
      If you're gonna bother, get the pill form from ValentaPharm (as pictured), don't get it in powder form cause you're looking at a possible OD (shouldn't eyeball dosages when it comes to benzos).

      But don't expect much. If benzos affect your t, this will have a similar effect. If they don't, useless.

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