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Flubromazepam is a derivative and analogue of Benzodiazepine.
Flubromazepam was first developed in the 1960s but never made it to market anywhere in the world, and remained fairly obscure for some 50 years. It was not until the substance began being used as a designer drug in the early 2010s that it became of interest to forensic labs and mass spectrometer facilities.
On a structural level, it is closely analogous to Phenazepam. The only differences are that Phenazeam’s chlorine atom is replaced with a Fluorine. It is very similar in effect to Diclazepam and Etizolam.
It can be confused with 5-(2-bromophenyl)-7-fluoro-1,3-dihydro-2H-1,4-benzodiazepin-2-one, often called ‘iso-flubromazepam’ as it is an isomer of the material.
Does Flubromazepam have any side-effects?
This subject should be approached with a degree of caution, as the material has not been thoroughly tested and little literature about its properties has been published.
Still, form what we know about Flubromazepam’s chemical properties and several years’ worth of first had reports, it appears that it behaves in a very similar way to other benzodiazepines. Flubromazepam is a powerful sedative and a hypnotic, and these properties are probably the most common reasons people seek it out.
However, it is known to be an amnesic as well. Both its sedative and amnesic properties are much more powerful when combined with alcohol, so this should really be avoided.
Other side effects are said to only arise after a substantial period of regular use. The most common is insomnia, especially if the substance was originally being used as a sleep aid.
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Flubromazepam is a Class C Drug in the UK, and is a Schedule I Controlled Substance in the US state of Virginia, but not in the US as a whole. This list should not be considered complete or authoritative, though.
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