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Re: chemist, references... on xanax's anti-d effects.?

Posted by SLS on April 27, 2004, at 17:50:24

In reply to Re: chemist, references... on xanax's anti-d effects.? Ľ SLS, posted by chemist on April 27, 2004, at 16:37:42

> for adinazolam being devoid of sedative or hypnotic effects, there is a wealth of literature that indicate otherwise.

That was not my experience with this drug. I was treated with adinazolam in 1985. Unfortunately, I donít remember the dosages used, so I canít comment on the drugís behavior throughout its clinical range. With respect to sedative and hypnotic effects, it didnít affect me in the slightest. It was incredible. The drug was remarkably clean. That isnít to say that it doesnít possess anxiolytic properties. It probably does. On this, I canít comment either since I did not suffer from anxiety at the time.

> i note that adinazolam is not the active drug with affinity for the benzodiazepine site(s): it is N-desmethyladinazolam, and it has a very short half-life, which might be why one is tempted to say that the use of the parent drug is devoid of sedative/hypnotic effects. if y'all need references, let me know.....all the best, chemist

Sure. Iíd love to see some more stuff about adinazolam. It is a very interesting drug that should probably have been pursued further.

- Scott




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