Citation: John_Walker. "Floating in the Tizabiss: An Experience with Etizolam (exp103052)". Erowid.org. Mar 30, 2019. erowid.org/exp/103052
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So after hearing all the rage about this new drug called Tizzy that has been increasing in popularity in my area, which is commonly being sold as street valium by dealers under the name 'Tizzy', or 'Tiz', I figured I had to give this one a go.
My friend 'A' knew that the street valium being sold was actually a thienodiazepine called Etizolam that could in fact be ordered online for a lot cheaper than it is being illicitly sold. After some research I found a local online vendor and grabbed around 200 of these blue candies. They were light blue in color and exceptionally small.
It was a Friday evening and I had finished all my exams and projects for school, and decided to go on a Tiz trip.
I orally ingested 2 of the 1mg pellets, waited about 5 minutes and could not really feel anything, so I decided to crush up another 2 pellets and insufflate them. After about 3 or 4 minutes it hit me hard, I became incredibly dizzy, and my speech became slurred. I felt an incredible body buzz in what could only be described as a fuzzy floaty feeling. Walking became difficult and I was very unbalanced, much like I was drunk. I felt like I had no worries and could freely talk to anyone about anything and not care at all. After about 15 minutes of blissful euphoric, care-free, awesomeness, I became incredibly tired, so intensely that all I could do was lie down with the TV on watching Jurassic Park, what happened after than I can't remember; I woke up the next day late in the afternoon feeling groggy with a slight headache.
I'm not sure if this is something I would do often, maybe if I was having a stressful day and simply wanted to unwind and I didn't have any booze or weed. I disliked the fact that it made me so tired, if only it could offer the same feeling without knocking me out I would rate this a wonderful drug.
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