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Nordiazepam

blazelate

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Dec 1, 2009
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Has anyone tried it or gotten any input? Is nordiazepam even a substance, or is it what your body converts diazepam too?

Thanks!
 

kokaino

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Nordazepam is the active metabolite of diazepam, chlordiazepoxide, clorazepate, prazepam, pinazepam, and medazepam. It is the reason all these substances are considered long-acting. Nordazepam has an extremely long half-life (up to 200 hrs) and it has nice muscle relaxant effects, nice anxiolytic effects, and good anticonvulsant action. But it's not a heavy sedative-hypnotic or amnesic. Not many find it recreational, some people do, however. It has all the classical benzodiazepine effects, it's just a long-acting lightweight.

It's equipotent with diazepam (10 mg = 10 mg).
 

blazelate

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Yeah I beileve I found an rc vendor that distributes it. Gonna give it a try when I have a chance to purchase. Not looking to get messed up on the stuff, just for anxiety, well see how it goes!
 
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