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Learn About Domestic Research Chemicals & Their Lab Effects

by James Miller Professional Writer (Chemicals)

Indeed, even individuals acquainted with the legalisation of medications may not know about the research chemicals. Be that as it may, understanding what these chemicals are and how they function is essential when joining the drug talk group. Here is the thing that you have to know.


Talking about diclazepam, it belonged to benzodiazepine family and was first invented by Leo Sternbach. The effects are almost same as that of diclazepam, and the sale of such drug is illegal in many countries, including the USA. Most the countries use it as a prescription drug to treat the patients suffering from anxiety, sleeping disorder like problems. The standard lab effects that were noticed by the scientists were:-


  • Anti-Sleeping Disorder (acting as a cure for the irregular sleeping problem in human beings)
  • Hypnotic
  • Muscle Relaxation (Relieving the pain caused in the muscles due to stress and strain)
  • Disinhibition
  • Anti-anxiety
  • Seizure Suppression
  • Enhancement in the human senses
  • Increase in Libido
  • Breathlessness
  • Enhancement in the Confidence, etc.


Etizolam is also a compound of benzodiazepine family, and its effects may vary upon the strength of compound taken by the person. Most common side-effect noticed by scientists was the sleepiness during the daytime. Thirst, nausea, weakness, jaundice, and rashes are other side-effects of taking etizolam drug. Because of this reason, the manufacturing and selling of this chemical compound are strictly banned in the USA. You can only purchase it for research purposes if you are a scientist working in a lab. The long-term side-effects of etizolam are hostile behavior in normal conditions, memory loss, dreaming nightmares and regular addiction. Thus it can be said that imposing the ban on public use of such drug is the necessary step taken. The effects it produces are sedative and euphoric.


In the family of designer drugs, a new life-threatening drug is added, known as flubromazolam, is currently not used for medical purpose. It is still in the class of research chemicals, which produces the dangerous effects when taken in high doses. Most common effects were sedative, but it also showed the muscle relaxant and anti-anxiety effects.


A psychoactive drug that produces hypnotic, sedative, anti-convulsant type of results, goes by the name clonazolam. It is a benzodiazepine family research chemical and is a derivative of alprazolam and clonazepam. The first synthesis of this drug was done in 1971 and is known as the most active compound from that time. The scientists noticed that it poses high risks as compared to other benzodiazepine compounds. Even if you take 0.5mg of dose, it can produce amnesia or sedative effects, sufficient enough to wreck a normal human being. Regarding physical effects, it was noticed that it could damage the human senses up to a great extent. Following are few of the side-effects of this drug:

  • Dizziness
  • Loss of control over automobiles
  • Paradoxical effects
  • Respiratory problems, etc.


After conducting all such lab tests, the decision was made to ban the consumption of such type of drugs and should be classified as research chemicals. But in few countries, there’s no restriction over the publicly selling of research chemicals. In the USA, you can purchase these drugs from online websites. But the catch is, you must be a doctor or scientist, working in a laboratory over some research. Human testing and medical use are strictly prohibited with these drugs.


Disclaimer: All products are for research purpose only. Therefore, their human consumption is strictly prohibited.


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About James Miller Advanced   Professional Writer (Chemicals)

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