ABOUT ERIMIN 5 / HAPPY FIVE
Erimin 5 is the medical name for a drug commonly called Nimetazepam, a Benzodiazepine produced by Sumitomo, Japan. First synthesized in 1962 by a team from Hoffman La Roche. prescribed for short-term treatment of patients with severe insomnia, but lately, patients have been given other hypnotic prescriptions such as Etizolam and Flunitrazepam to treat their illness because of the addictive and dangerous consequences of using Nimetazepam. Erimin 5 is most popular in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia. This is also known in the street as “Happy 5”.
CONTENT / COMPOSITION
Erimin 5 has a calming effect on its users. The user does not have a healthy handling mechanism due to the addictive nature. Erimin 5 triggers dependence. Nimetazepam is a hypnotic, anxiolytic (eliminating anxiety worries), tranquilizer, musculo-skeletal relaxant, and also anti-convulsant substance.
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR USE
Taken orally in tablet form. Each tablet has 5mg Nimetazepam.
Prohibited from being used in conjunction with other drugs. In some cases the user drinks mixed with alcoholic drinks to get a stronger effect. ERIMIN 5 is a derivative of Ecstasy (MDMA) and Methamphetamine pills.