Things to know about Etizolam
• Introduction to Etizolam
Etizolam, which is also called Etizest or Etilaam. This research chemical is a novel depressant substance that belongs to the thienodiazepine class. Etizolam has a similar chemical structure to that of benzodiazepines and has strong binding with GABA receptors in the brain.
Usually, pharmacists never prescribed Etizolam. It is commonly sold as a research chemical and used in replacement of pharmaceutical benzodiazepines such as diazepam (Valium) or alprazolam (Xanax). Commonly Etizolam is taken in form of pure powder or pellet or blotter paper or in form of the pill.
• History and culture of Etizolam
In 2011 the first appearance of Etizolam was made online in the chemical market. The basic purpose of the popularity of Etizolam arises from its vast usage and low cost. Etizolam prominently differs from other research chemicals because it is used in numerous medical treatments which are being done to get rid of anxiety in numerous parts of the world. Although the origin of Etizolam is still unknown. Since the 1990s it is being cited as the best drug used for the purpose of treating anxiety in medical papers.
• Chemistry of Etizolam
Etizolam has the same structure as that of benzodiazepines. It contains a benzene ring which is when replaced by thiophene ring, will be termed as thienodiazepine. Thiophene is an aromatic ring which contains one sulfur atom. In molecules of Etizolam, it contains a fused ring of diazepine and thiophene. It is 7-member rings along with 2 nitrogen at the place of R1 and R4. Plus, it contains an ethyl chain located at the position of R7. Moreover, the phenyl ring has chlorine located at the position of R2.
• Pharmacology of Etizolam
At the receptor site of Etizolam, the bindings can produce a variety of effects which additionally enhance the effects of the neurotransmitter gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA) in the brain. The enchanting results of this research chemical can produce a significant change in the brain, especially at the prolific inhibitory receptor site.
• Subjective effects of Etizolam
There are various subjective effects of the use of Etizolam. These effects of the research chemical should be taken with a grain of salt and are expected to occur all at one if rarely. A full range of hazardous effects will be caused if heavier doses are taken. Adverse effects become more likely and may harmful.
Formal Name: 4-(2-chlorophenyl)-2-ethyl-9-methyl-6H-thieno[3,2-f][1,2,4]triazolo[4,3-a][1,4]diazepine
CAS Number: 40054-69-1
Synonyms: AHR 3219, Y-7131
Molecular Formula: C17H15ClN4S
Formula Weight: 342.8
Formulation: A neat solid
λmax: 242 nm
InChI Code: InChI=1S/C17H15ClN4S/c1-3-11-8-13-16(12-6-4-5-7-14(12)18)19-9-15-21-20-10(2)22(15)17(13)23-11/h4-8H,3,9H2,1-2H3
InChI Key: VMZUTJCNQWMAGF-UHFFFAOYSA-N
Warning - this product is not for human or veterinary use.