According to the formal listings for Scheduled drugs in the U.S, Etizolam is a Schedule IV drug, putting into the same bracket as most of the other benzodiazepines. This is reflected in the U.K where it is a Class C drug (if possesed without a valid prescription). Again, most benzodiazepines are Class C, apart from Temazepam (which is Class B). I guess this is another reason why Temazepam tends to be priced much more highly than other benzodiazepines. For some reason, it has a high recreational value. (sorry went slightly off-topic there)
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