Desnitroetonitazene (Etazene)

Desnitroetonitazene, also called Etazene (Etazen, Etazone), is a benzimidazole opioid analgesic developed in the late 1950s along with etonitazene and its derivatives. Desnitroetonitazene (Etazene) is 70 times more potent than morphine, thanks to the N, N-diethyl group. Desnitroetonitazene (Etazene) acts on the body as an analgesic, sedative, euphoria and rapid drug tolerance. At high dosages, it is dangerous, because it can cause vomiting, respiratory depression, and even death.