Etizolam is an amazing choice when you want to do some research, but it’s not always cheap. Not only that, but high-quality Etizolam can be pretty difficult to find. Most vendors nowadays ask for ID and detailed explanations of your research before selling you the drug. Of course, this isn’t an issue if you have a plan on what to research and how to use Etizolam. However, there are some things that you should know because they will aid your research and, in general, make it easier for you to complete it. Here are some of the things that you need to know about Etizolam!
Etizolam Shelf-Life, Solubility, Storage tips
Etizolam has a relatively short shelf-life at around two years if it’s being kept at -20 degrees Celsius. It may have a shorter/longer shelf-life in different forms so keep that in mind. You’ll be able to dissolve Etizolam in PG, and the solubility is at around 1mg/ml. You should keep the solution in an amber glass bottle to avoid getting it oxidized. You should always dissolve Etizolam in Propylene Glycol. Another tip about storage is that you should never put shots inside storage.
Etizolam’s bioavailability is at 93% which means that, if you were to ingest it, it would give you pretty strong effects. With that said, we are completely against using drugs for recreational purposes. In the end, the high bioavailability will most likely aid your research in a nice way.
How to measure Etizolam powder properly
There’s probably no other way to measure Etizolam powder than by using a small scale that can measure in milligrams. For example, if you purchased Etizolam in capsule form, you’d have to open the capsules up and measure the amount of powder in them. Whatever the case may be, your best bet to make precise measurements is by using a scale. You probably won’t be using too much Etizolam at once for your research so measuring it won’t be a problem at all.
How to create Etizolam solution
Creating Etizolam solution is fairly easy, albeit with a few small things you have to look out for. Usually, for a stronger solution, you should mix 10mg of Etizolam with 1ml of PG. It’s important that you have a bottle or something that gives you room to shake the mix. When you put the powder in there, you shouldn’t fill it all the way up. Also, make sure you use USP Grade PG as this is the highest-quality one. 5-10ml is enough. Shake the bottle. After this, add 2 more milliliters of PG. Shake the bottle again and put it in very hot water. Repeat around 10 times until the Etizolam chunks are dissolved. Leave it for around 12-24 hours and shake after the time has passed. Congratulations! You’ve created your very own Etizolam solution that you can now use in your research.