A pile of Landalzopam

Also know as Bones, Jitterbug, and Glide, Landalzopam was originally developed as an anxiolytic by the Kanbei Cartel in 2495, marketed under the commercial name Landal. It saw limited use as an actual pharacuetical, but was quickly abused by many party going youths and nobles. It has minor sedative properties as well as being used to produce profound intoxication with alcohol. Many users of Landalzopam develop Benzodiazepine Dependence Syndrome. Abusers are often called Boneheads.

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