Rohypnol 2mg ( flunitrazepam 2mg )
Rohypnol 2mg ( flunitrazepam 2mg ) is classified as a nitro-benzodiazepine, is a strong hypnotic, sedative, anticonvulsant, anxiolytic, amnestic and skeletal muscle relaxant drug. It is considered to be one of the most effective benzodiazepine hypnotics on a dose basis.
How is Rophynol taken?
Rohypnol can be taken by mouth as a whole tablet, it can be crushed and snorted up the nose, or dissolved in a liquid prior to drinking.
Rohypnol 2mg may also be used with other drugs of abuse, such as alcohol or cocaine for various effects. Rohypnol 2mg can increase the intoxication of alcohol, or may be used to lower the irritability and anxiety linked with excessive cocaine use (binging).
Rohypnol Side Effects
There are a number of very serious effects associated with Rohypnol 2mg. The drug is known as a “date-rape” drug, because it tends to cause disinhibition and amnesia. People who take the drug, either knowingly or unknowingly, may not remember anything that happened while they were under its influence. The effects are intensified when the drug is combined with alcohol, leading to memory loss of up to 24 hours.
Rohypnol is a sedating drug, and as such can cause extreme drowsiness, slurred speech, decreased blood pressure and impaired coordination. It can also cause paradoxical effects such as aggression, nightmares, and seizures. Confusion is common. Many overdose deaths are attributed to respiratory depression, which is especially common when Rohypnol is combined with alcohol.
dependent on Rohypno
When people become dependent on Rohypnol 2mg, withdrawal symptoms also become part of the picture. There are a wide variety of possible withdrawal symptoms. These include vomiting, headache, insomnia, heart problems, seizures, hallucinations and delirium. It is important that Rohypnol flunitrazepam 2mg detox be supervised medically, because withdrawal can be dangerous and even fatal.
Rohypnol 2mg is widely abused, in part, because it is relatively inexpensive. However, it isn’t a safe drug to take recreationally in any amount. The risks are too high and the possible consequences too great.
The combination of Rohypnol flunitrazepam 2mg with alcohol or another drug such as heroin can lead to an overdose or even death. Emergency medical help is vital for anyone who experiences the following after having combined Rohypnol 2mg with another substance:
- Severe sedation
- Slow heart rate
- Slowed or troubled breathing
What does Rohypnol look like?
Rohypnol flunitrazepam 2mg is manufactured as a caplet. In 1997 the manufacturer responded to concerns about the drug’s role in sexual assaults by reformulating the white, 2-milligram tablets. (The original tablets dissolved clear in liquid, making it nearly impossible for a victim to detect their presence in a beverage.) The new smaller dosage (0.5 mg and 1.0 mg) caplets are dull green with a blue core that, when dissolved in light-colored drinks, will dye the liquid blue. However, the dye may be disguised in blue or dark-colored liquids, and generic versions of the drug may not contain the blue dye.
Rohypnol DEA Drug Schedule
Rohypnol was placed into Schedule IV of the Controlled Substances Act in 1984. Schedule IV drugs are considered to have a lower abuse potential but can lead to physical or psychological dependence.