Citation: mr. dobolina. "Complete Amnesia: An Experience with Etizolam (exp113823)". Erowid.org. Dec 5, 2019. erowid.org/exp/113823
I acquired a 565mg bag of etizolam powder. It arrived in a dime baggy with “565mg” written on it. The Etizolam was to be carefully measured out and mixed with propylene glycol to be a 2mg/1mL solution taken orally.
Over the course of several months, I made a couple batches from the bag and it worked nicely.
About a year later, I wanted to make another batch but decided I’d just measure out a dose of powder and put it in a capsule, and make the batch at a later date.
~9:30 PM - I forgot proper dosing for etizolam and didn’t bother doing a quick search on the internet… so 0.020g was weighed out on a scale and put into a capsule, and consumed.
I realized I had just taken 4x the ‘strong dose’ and panicked a little. However, after years of being an experienced user, I accepted the situation… what was done, was done, and I knew I couldn’t “turn their back on a drug”. I stayed calm and went about my nightly routine, which began with a shower. I remember feeling nice and calm. After that, TOTAL BLACK OUT.
4:30 AM – Wake up with a Tupperware of food spilled on my chest and floor, and a cigarette burn on my pants. I quickly clean up the mess and head straight to bed.
The next day, there was no recollection of what happened after 10:30PM
there was no recollection of what happened after 10:30PM
. I asked my girlfriend about the night before and she stated we had a 37 minute facetime conversation and even showed her phone to prove it … My mind exploded within my skull… It was terrifying I didn’t recall a single thing from that night. I promised to never be careless with dosing substances again.
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