Citation: Nick. "Very Nice but Habit Forming: An Experience with bk-EBDB & Etizolam (exp115241)". Erowid.org. Jun 27, 2021. erowid.org/exp/115241
100mg: When I first did Eutylone it was like a smooth slightly euphoric stimulant, it had no real bad side effects it was great I went and was talkative and wanted to do stuff that I usually found boring ( like going for a walk) I felt good and warm in general without the overstimulated teeth grinding or getting stuck doing something stupid. I did another 50mg and even threw a mg of etizolam on it. Same thing slight euphoria and a good stimulation. But here's where my problems started.
I started to use it daily and over the next few days the euphoria was more or less gone but the smooth stimulation was there. But I was starting to do more and more without thinking about it. And my etiz doses became more frequent.
The usual dose of this substance is comfortable in my experience at 50mg nasally or 100mg orally. Orally it lasts about 6 hours and nasally about 2 maybe 3. It doesnt seem to have much of a tolerance increase either. I can basically stay in those ranges for days dosing 3 or so times. I think... Dont quote me on that because I'm on day 8 or 9 and have gone through roughly 6.5 grams. My tiz dose is I don't even know where at this point.
But the weirdest thing with this drug is after 9 days I still wake up not necessarily needing to get high on it but just mentally want to so I can feel like going and doing things again. In this time I have basically found it's got a mental addiction like cocaine. It's easy to just want to be "there" again. Using a benzo mixed with it just makes an easily compulsable mess. If I didnt use the etiz I probably wouldn't have done near as much.
Anyways good stim lots of fun kinda like mild MDMA. But dont buy in bulk or if you have compulsive usage problems just dont mess with it period.
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