Clonazolam - DISCONTINUED
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***This product has been discontinued and is no longer available for sale.
Chemical Planet only sells products which are legal in the Netherlands.
This page is for informational purposes only.***
"The sale of clonazolam Product in the Netherlands is banned. Instead, you can buy an alternative Bromazolam product here".
What is Clonazolam?
Clonazolam is a benzodiazepine that is similar to clonazepam (Klonopin) in results, however, it is significantly more potent. In fact, clonazolam is known as the most potent benzodiazepine that is available in the world today. This means that only extremely experienced chemical researchers should experiment with clonazolam. Clonazolam was first created in 1971.
Even small amounts of clonazolam, such as 0.5 mg can produce strong results of sedation, amnesia, and muscle relaxation. Because this chemical is so potent, extreme caution needs to be taken while handling it by anyone who plans to experiment with it, taking particular care to avoid contact with the skin. Wearing protective gloves is essential.
Clonazolam is illegal in Netherlands, but has varying legal statuses around the world. In Sweden, it has been proposed to be made a hazardous substance. In the United Kingdom, it is a Class C drug.