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What are some ingredients of Rohypnol?

What are some ingredients of Rohypnol?

Rohypnol: Here is the ingredient of Rohypnol and information about the drug flunitrazepam.

https://www. Dea. Gov/druginfo/drug_data_sheets/Rohypnol. Pdf ...Read more

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Rohypnol (Definition)

Rohypnol, also called roofies, is a sedative and relaxant drug that is ...Read more


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What does Rohypnol do?

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What does Rohypnol do?

Rohypnol: It is marketed by roche co. For inpatient short-term use in severe insomnia. It is a hypnotic, sedative, anticonvulsant, anxiolytic, amnestic & skeletal muscle relaxant. ...Read more

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How can purchase rohypnol?

How can purchase rohypnol?

You can't: From the dea's website "in addition, in 1997 the u. S. Sentencing commission increased the penalties associated with the possession, trafficking, and distribution of Rohypnol to those of a schedule I substance. (schedule I substances include heroin, marijuana, and mdma.)" making it illegal to sell, buy or to posses. ...Read more

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Are rohypnols effects permanent?

Depends on how much: And how long you have been using the substance. A small amount used once should not have any permanent effects. But remember, any drug you use just once can get you hooked. ...Read more

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Who uses rohypnol? What is it for?

Who uses rohypnol? What is it for?

Unknown: Rohypnol is not legal in the United States and is not commercially available. ...Read more

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How long is Rohypnol in your system?

A few days?: The half life of 18-24 hrs means that is how long it takes for 1/2 of the drug to leave your system. Keep in mind that when the drug is being eliminated the clinical response is also diminishing. How long you will test positive for a urine drug test depends on the method and type of testing employed. ...Read more

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What types of things happen on rohypnol?

Rohypnol effects.: Rohypnol can cause anterograde amnesia, loss of inhibition, sedation, confusion, urinary retention, GI upset & drop in blood pressure. When Rohypnol is used with alcohol (or other drugs) there may be slurred speech, red eyes, poor judgment and decreased motor skills. There are reports of violent behavior on rohypnol. ...Read more

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What are the harmful effects of rohypnol?

Potent Sleeping Pill: This is prescribed when other sleeping pills have failed. It is powerful and has a big, bad reputation for inappropriate use. It's the sort of pill that your parents warn you about. It is blamed for lots of trouble - and where there's smoke...... I'd recommend staying away from it since the possible dangers are serious. Best! ...Read more

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How long does Rohypnol stay in ones system?

How long does Rohypnol stay in ones system?

Hypnotics: This drug has a very long half life, is potentially addictive and may have effects after you would expect it to have "gone away" ie it can have a hangover effect the next day. ...Read more

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What does it feel like to be taking rohypnol?

?: This is a strange question. If you think you have been under the influence of Rohypnol and were potentially abused, seek medical and police attention. Rohypnol is illegal in the us. ...Read more

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How many people in the United States use rohypnol?

Unknown: Rohypnol is not legal in the United States and is not commercially available. ...Read more

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What types of things happen to a person on rohypnol?

Rohypnol effects.: Rohypnol is also called the date rape drug. Rohypnol can cause anterograde amnesia, loss of inhibition, sedation, confusion, urinary retention, GI upset & drop in blood pressure. When Rohypnol is used with alcohol (or other drugs) there may be slurred speech, red eyes, poor judgment and decreased motor skills. There are reports of violent behavior on rohypnol. ...Read more

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How long should the effects of Rohypnol typically last?

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Rohipnol: Rohipnol has a long half-life of 18-26 hours, so if taken at night, effects last all day the following day. ...Read more

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I was wondering how many people die each year from rohypnol?

Rohypnol: In study in sweden, Rohypnol was found to be the second most common drug used in suicide, accounting for 16% of cases. ...Read more

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Is flunitrezapem illegal in the america, how about rohypnol?

Is flunitrezapem illegal in the america, how about rohypnol?

Same medication: This is the famous "date rape" drug. It's illegal in any form in the United States. It offers no advantages for legitimate medical reasons over other sedative-hypnotics. If you are trying to get ahold of some to commit date rape, you should reconsider. It's unmasculine, worse than ungentlemanly, and if you're caught, you'll go to prison where you'll be very unpopular with your new friends. ...Read more

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What would be the signs if you suspect that you were given rohypnol?

What would be the signs if you suspect that you were given rohypnol?

Amnesia: Dry mouth and amnesia to the events. Usually people have lack of memory leading up to a certain point minutes before taking something so you may have to rely on others that were around. ...Read more

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Can taking the drug Rohypnol be fatal?

Can taking the drug Rohypnol be fatal?

Anything can be: Taking an overdose of any drug — or even huge amounts of water — can be fatal. There are reports of fatal overdoses of Rohypnol due to respiratory depression. However, more common hazards result from sedation: auto accidents, falls, criminal and sexual assaults, etc. This medication has very limited legitimate use in controlled settings, and is dangerous if used recreationally. ...Read more

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What're the symptoms of chronic Rohypnol poisoning?

What're the symptoms of chronic Rohypnol poisoning?

Rohypnol: Rohypnol is a benzodiazepine used as a hypnotic or sedative in europe and south america. Supplies in the us have been smuggled in from europe, south america, and mexico, because it's not approved for clinical use here. This means it could be tampered with -- and give other symptoms besides the expected sedation, slurred speech, uncoordination, forgetfulness, confusion, etc. ...Read more