Bromo-DragonFLY is a potent hallucinogen that is highly toxic and deadly. It was first synthesized in the late 1990s and is related to the phenethylamine family of drugs. It is also an analogue of amphetamine and is a Schedule I controlled substance in the United States. It is only slightly less potent than LSD and is 300 times as potent as mescaline. One major difference between Bromo-DragonFLY and other hallucinogens is that its effects are much longer lasting. One high dose can lead to hallucinations and other very disturbing side effects for several days.
There have numerous reports of serious health effects associated with this drug, including the following:
Bromo-DragonFLY is a highly unpredictable drug that can contain a wide range of other chemicals and can be synthesized at various strengths, which makes dosing extremely risky.
While the active ingredient in Bromo-DragonFLY may not be physically addictive, it can be powerfully addictive in psychological ways. Individuals having difficulty adjusting to their lives, fitting in with social groups or coping with underlying psychological issues can be especially prone to becoming addicted to a substance like this. Many users will also use other known addictive chemicals, such as opiates, alcohol, amphetamine or cocaine. Not only do these drugs bring severe risks of toxic interactions, but they also greatly speed the addiction process.
Bromo-DragonFLY addiction recovery requires numerous therapeutic components, including the following:
Full recovery can take months or even years to accomplish and is best accomplished in the confines and protection of a residential treatment program.
If you would like more information about Bromo-DragonFLY and related substances, please call our toll-free, 24 hour helpline. Whether you need treatment or you are concerned about the drug use of a friend or loved one, we can help. This is a deadly drug. A willingness to risk physical and mental health in this way either indicates ignorance of its potency and dangers or the presence of a strong underlying psychological condition that deserves attention. Our counselors are always available with the following free services:
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