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I believe the duration table is incorrect. The main substance is said to have a Biological half-life of 106 hours. I can confirm that 5mg keeps me chill for over 3 days.

^| Half life and duration of effects are not equivalent - For example, Diazepam has a half life of up to 200 hours including metabolites, however its effects do not last nearly as long. I think 24 hours is an accurate duration for the primary effects of FlubroPAM, but I would say its lingering or after effects can last two days or perhaps 3 with a high dose. I do think the time of onset is inaccurate - at least as far as the maximum time. I can confirm FlubroPAM taking up to 2.5hrs to really onset. Considering how unresearched FlubroPAM is (even psychonautically) dose and duration are highly speculative, based on little information. Until its metabolism (active metabolites and their half lives, etc) is elucidated, it will be near impossible to give anything but a wide range for dose and duration.|^

The Dosage is Incorrect Based on Personal Experience

I believe that the dosage information is incorrect. The dosage is a little more like this: Threshold 0.5 - 1 mg Light 1 - 2 mg Common 2 - 4 mg Strong 4 - 6 mg Heavy 6+ mg

The Dosage is Incorrect Based on Personal Experience

I believe that the dosage information is incorrect. Dosages of less than 200ug had noticeable effects in a user without tolerance. This report demonstrates a potency beyond that of the structurally similar Phenazepam, which has a reported dosage of nearly 10x that of Diazepam.

WARNING! Flubromazepam and ISO-Flubromazepam are Different Chemicals

My research indicates multiple isomers of this chemical have been sold by the name Flubromazepam with vastly different potency. Early reports on Bluelight describe a chemical isomer of Flubromazepam (iso-Flubromazepam) with a dose of 1-10mg. The chemical pictured in this wiki and widely available today IS NOT ISO-Flubromazepam and is the Fluro-Bromo analogue of Phenazepam named Flubromazepam. Flubromazepam has dose similar to Flubromazolam and is active at doses less than 100ug.

The chemical name from the original Bluelight article for the first batch is: 5-(2-bromophenyl)-7-fluoro-1,3-dihydro-2H-1,4-benzodiazepin-2-one The chemical name for the molecule from this page is: 7-Bromo-5-(2-fluorophenyl)-1,3-dihydro-1,4-benzodiazepin-2-one

Offer to Analyze Your Flubromazepam

Greetings, this is earth from Erowid. For folks who think the dose table is wrong on psychonautwiki, we would be willing to lab analyze a few people's samples for free if you're willing to write an experience report first. We will hold the experience report until the lab analysis is complete. Email if you're interested. Please delete this section circa August 2023.