I've checked the table of illegal drugs, and it seems like every other benzodiazepine is in there. But for some reason gidazepam is not. So is it considered legal (because I'm not sure)?

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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is a question about bureaucratic regulations and political or medical motivation, not the law or legal process. – Nij Mar 12 at 10:09
  • @Nij, ok, sorry, I've edited the question. – Sharpy Mar 12 at 10:42

Gidazepam is a low potency benzodiazepine orginally and presently produced in Russia and a few other CIS countries. It is only available by prescription and is the drug primarily used for anxiety in CIS countries. It is the only benzo that can be prescribed in those countries unless a patient is admitted to a hosptital. It is generally not available in other countries.

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  • So, is that a yes or a no? – Nij Jul 7 at 23:45
  • This does not answer the question. – DavidSupportsMonica Jul 9 at 2:30

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