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Powder Etizloam


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For those of you that use etizolam you know there is none to be has by any us vendor. I found a vendor who ofers it in powdered form but have no experience with it. Henusedntomoffer liquid but it is out of stock also.

Will someone please help me out here? I posted this question in another area and no rsesponse. Surely someone has used powdered etiz and can give me the starting point; do I use it aloe or with another type of "reagent" I think it's called.

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Thx guys.

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Hey I've been desperately trying to find etiz but all the vendors are shutting down. I know you can't give me the website for powdered etiz but maybe you could point me in the right direction? If I overstepped my bounds I'm sorry, new to this forum. Thanks

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found a good one thanks bro

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I have found that large syringes are very good for measuring correct amounts of liquids measuring cups can be of sometimes a

graduated cylinder would be a good way to mix a accurate solution. propylene glycol is hard to push in a 60ml syringe compared to a 10ml it I had 100mg i would probably pull 5 x 10ml syringes 100mg at 50ml= 2mg per ml I believe  its always a good idea to check recheck and then get a second opinion when dealing with such potent chems. I prefer the powder because of price and it would last me for years if my luck didnt suck my my source I sample ordered from is down for a couple weeks due to some new regulations or something in their country. I have found a great looking domestic (u.s.)source but they are private and referral only, im hoping to find one. good luck and be safe.

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I'm bumping this old thread, sorry if that's bad etiquette. I prefer to work with powder in a pg solution. I've found great variation in pellet strength. It's much easier to get a consistent dose with powder. Unfortunately, the powder is a lot more expensive and harder to come by than it used to be.

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