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2-CB-FLY deaths attributed to Bromo-DragonFLY

By Greenport · Oct 16, 2009 · ·
  1. Greenport
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  1. Samadhi
    er, the people who ingested massive quantities of this chemical might want have a looksie into this immediatly if Bromo-D-FLY was the cause.

    the article is in Swedish so I will sum up from the wiki;

    From wiki; a Swedish man had to have the front part of his feet and several fingers on one hand amputated after taking a massive overdose. Apparently the compound acted as a long-acting efficacious vasoconstrictor, leading to necrosis and gangrene which was delayed by several weeks after the overdose occurred. Several other cases have also been reported of severe peripheral vasoconstriction following overdose with Bromo-DragonFLY, and a similar case is also known from DOB. Treatment was of limited efficacy in this case although tolazoline is reportedly an effective treatment where available

    Vasoconstriction kept for weeks after the drugs use, I do not want to hear about people losing fingers and legs after two reported deaths.
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