Erimin 5mg (nimetazepam ) is a benzodiazepine with hypnotic and anxiolytic properties and can usually be found in 5 mg individual foil wrap packets or strips. It is often called Erimin 5 on the
streets. This is the box which Erimin comes from – it has the familiar red color scheme and the Sumitomo logo (looks like a four leaved clover) and each box contains 10 strips of 10 x 5 mg Erimin tablets.
Erimin 5 Mg Packaging
Erimin is usually encountered on the streets in the form of a 10 pill strip – an aluminum foil with perforations on each tablet, making it very suitable for single pill (Erimin is a small reddish pill)
Erimin 5mg is quite euphoric in large amounts (around 10 pills – one strip) for benzodiazepine tolerant people (this is not a dosage guide) and is the benzodiazepine of choice for recreation for most people. I would rate the effects of this particular benzodiazepine derivative above Xanax (alprazolam) and on par with Rohypnol (flunitazepam).