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Etilaam contains the active ingredient Etizolam and is used in the treatment of

Anxiety, Insomnia, Panic attacks and Secondary psycho-somatic diseases

It has exactly the same properties and effectiveness as the original brand medication Etilaam, but is available for purchase at a much friendlier price point.

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Etilaam is a generic alternative to Etilaam

It has the active ingredient Etizolam and is used as treatment for the following conditions:

Anxiety, Insomnia, Panic attacks and Secondary psycho-somatic diseases

Etilaam is produced in India by Intas Biopharmaceuticals Ltd.
It is usually packaged in a Blister Pack of 10 Pills.
The pills are Round, White and come in Standard Tablet form.

Does it cause sleepiness?


Can I develop an addiction?

The usage of Etilaam IS habit forming.

Onset of action

Under normal circumstances onset for Etilaam can be expected 15-30 minutes after consumption.


Half-life of Etizolam based drugs is usually 6-8 hours. This means, that Etilaam will be most potent in your system for at least 6-8 hours.

Duration of effect

The effects of Etilaam will last on average for about 6-8 hours.

What are the side effects of Etilaam?

Like all other medications containing Etizolam, Etilaam can have the following side effects:

Loss of motor coordination, Dizziness, Depression, Vertigo, Respiratory depression or shallow breathing, Slow heartbeat, Appetite loss, Lethargy, fatigue and drowsiness, Confusion, Changes to vision, Blurred vision and Physical shaking or tremors

When should consumption of Etilaam be avoided?

Etilaam should be avoided by anyone who also consumes the following drugs or suffers from these conditions:

Alcohol, Cetirizine, Cisapride, Clozapine, Ketoconazole, Metoclopramide, Morphine, Disulfiram, Clonidine, Grapefruit juice, Glaucoma, Pulmonary insufficiency and Liver disease

We encourage You to consult your family doctor and seek all available information online to find out what the most common side effects and interactions of Etizolam can be.

Interactions with medications

Etilaam interacts with the following medications:

Aclidinium, Adalimumab and Adinazolam

Interactions with diseases

Etilaam interacts with the following diseases:

Anxiety and Panic disorder

Interactions with food

Etilaam interacts with the following foods:

Information not available

Can it be taken with food?

Etilaam can be taken with or without food.

Can Etilaam be taken during pregnancy?

Etilaam is not recommended for consumption by pregnant women.

Can Etilaam be used while breast-feeding?

The use of Etilaam is not recommended for nursing mothers.

Should I consult my doctor before using this medication?

Yes, to avoid any negative effects on your health, you should always consult your physician and find out about the possible interactions, side effects and less common side effects, which may occur, before using Etilaam.

Having said that, Etilaam and other Etizolam based products have become very popular due to their attractive price point and medical potency in comparison to brand name originals.

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