Deschloroetizolam

Deschloroetizolam is a new research chemical that has been noted as an analog of etizolam but is dechlorinated and is in the thienotriazolodiapzepine family. In scientific studies deschloroetizolam has been shown to be a psychoactive chemical that is short lived. Effects noted in lab animals showed amnesic effects along with depression, relaxed muscles, hypnotic, anxiotylic, and a sedative.
Deschloroetizolam is very closely related to other benzodiazepines as it binds to the GABA receptors and shows to be very closely related to Xanax, Halcion, and Etilaam.
Scientific information shows that this research chemical has a thiophene that is combined to the diazepine ring along with this it has an aromatic ring that has five members with on sulfur atom. This is the core portion of the research chemical with a few other differences scientifically that is the main reason that more research needs to be conducted to learn if deschloropetizolam could be a good replacement for other benzodiazepines without any harmful side effects.
All research chemicals are created using synthetic compounds with the hopes of creating medications that will be able to replace drugs on the market today that often have serious side effects. However, research chemicals are intended to be used only in controlled laboratories and are not intended for human consumption. Scientists can determine more information by studying the new research chemical such as deschloropetizolam to learn if the chemical can provide the same benefits of other benzodiazepines without causing any ill effects or side effects. Until such time, this research chemical will be considered a research chemical that may produce a sedating effect. Deschloropetizolam is not intended for animal or human consumption and is only sold to laboratories for further study.