Category: Benzodiazepines

Gidazepam is a benzodiazepine medication prescribed for anxiety disorders and as a skeletal muscle relaxant. Recently, it’s been found to offer antidepressant effects too.

As a prodrug for nordiazepam, oxazolam has a nearly identical pharmacological profile to that benzodiazepine. Learn the intricacies of said profile here.

Nortetrazepam is not an approved medication and, although it sometimes appears on designer drug markets, seems to have little recreational use.

Zapizolam is a little-known benzodiazepine derivative with some unique structural properties. As of yet, it has not been meaningfully studied.

Norflurazepam is an intermediate-acting designer benzodiazepine research chemical found to be powerfully sedating. Here's everything you need to know about it.

Nitrazepam — the long-acting benzodiazepine with an intermediate onset — is frequently prescribed to treat panic attacks, anxiety, sleeplessness, and seizures.

Temazepam is a potent benzodiazepine hypnotic. It's used medically for treating insomnia and recreationally for its inebriating effects, but how safe is it?

Bromazolam is a new psychoactive substance (NPS) benzodiazepines, popularly known as designer benzodiazepines. Here’s what we know about its safety and effects.

Lorazepam (Ativan) is the third most commercially successful benzodiazepine in terms of prescriptions. Here’s everything you need to know.