Bromo-DragonFLY is an uncommon drug with an even more uncommon long tail of a high, making it extremely dangerous. This is a potent hallucinogen that was first synthesized in the late 1990s during research into the structure and activity of serotonin receptors in the brain. Bromo Dragonfly LSD is similar to amphetamines and is related to the phenethylamine family of drugs. Commonly referred to as Bromo-DragonFLY, B-Fly, BDF, or simply as Fly, this hallucinogen is supposed to last up to three days when ingested. Bromo-DragonFLY LSD has three forms: powder, liquid, and blotter.
The unique, almost playful name of this controlled substance is a reference to its chemical structure, which has the distinct appearance of a dragonfly. Now that you know what Bromo-DragonFLY is reach out to Midwest Recovery online or call us at 833.627.0039 today to learn how our team of professionals can help overcome an addiction to this dangerous LSD variant drug.
Is Bromo Safe?
No hallucinogenic drug is inherently safe, but so little is known about the long-term impact of Bromo DragonFLY. This is because there are no records of it being sold on the street, and the production of this drug has seemingly stopped.
That said, Bromo-DragonFLY is extremely potent and produces unusually long-lasting effects. It is considered to have one-third the potency of LSD by weight, making it remarkably potent relative to the vast majority of psychedelics out there.
Due to its novelty and a concise history of human usage, all information related to the use of this compound should be received with extreme caution. It is strongly recommended that one use the utmost harm reduction practices if choosing to take this substance.
What is the Bromo Drug, and What Does It Do?
Using Bromo-DragonFLY prevents oxygen from getting to the heart and other parts of the body, and can lead to unexpected death. This drug is capable of severely intoxicating users and producing serious medical complications, including:
- Respiratory problems
- Liver failure
- Kidney failure
- Peripheral ischemia
Because of the pharmacological potency and clinical toxicity of Bromo-DragonFLY, combined with the lack of research into the drug itself (it has never been regulated, meaning the chemical compounds are as yet unknown) and the post-mortem toxicology reports to learn more about the impact it has had on those who’ve died while high on Fly, it can be argued that this hallucinogen is far more dangerous than LSD.
What Are The Side Effects of Bromo-DragonFLY?
Unfortunately, the full range of side effects on the mind and body from using Bromo-DragonFLY is not understood or even fully known. Unlike LSD, Bromo-DragonFLY LSD can cause dramatically different reactions depending on the individual user. Some people may experience:
- Visual distortion
- Decreased appetite
- Short-term memory loss
- Muscle tension
- Heart problems
Many young people, in the party and rave scenes especially, continue to experiment with taking Bromo and some are becoming addicted to the elongated high it delivers. What they might not understand is that taking hallucinogens is dangerous because they can cause a psychotic episode. This is especially true if the Bromo-DragonFLY user has a family history of schizophrenia or other psychotic disorders. Those chasing three days of a high that distorts reality play with fire and risk death or psychosis. Thankfully, getting professional addiction treatment in a safe, comfortable facility with highly-trained and compassionate staff can break the cycle of addiction and save your life or the life of someone you love dearly.
Learn More at Midwest Recovery
If you still have questions about Bromo-DragonFLY and are worried someone you love may need treatment for an addiction to using this potent hallucinogen, learn how Midwest Recovery can help. Contact us using our secure online form or call us at 833.627.0039 today.