Bromazolam Pellets. What is Bromazolam?
First developed in the 1970s but never brought to market, Bromazolam is a chloro analog of the popular benzodiazepine Alprazolam.
It was first researched as an anxiolytic (anti-anxiety medication) before being abandoned in favor of other substances. Since then, Bromazolam has become a popular Benzodiazepine in the research community.
Note: Bromazolam is not approved for human consumption and is for research purposes only.
Chemical properties of Bromazolam
Chemical Formula: C17H13BrN4
Molar Mass: 353.223
Alternative Name: XLI-268
Unfortunately, little research has been conducted on Bromazolam and its effect on the human body. However, few classes of substances have been studied to the same depth as Benzodiazepines, and, as a result, we can comfortably assume Bromazolam to have similar effects.
Substances of the Benzodiazepine class cross the blood-brain barrier and bind to the Benzodiazepine receptors found on post-synaptic nerve endings. Benzodiazepine receptors, along with GABA(gamma-aminobutyric acid) receptors, inhibit Central Nervous System activity, and this is what accounts for the sedative, anti-convulsive, and muscle relaxing properties of Benzodiazepines.
The average Bromazolam dosage is between 1mg and 3mg, with the onset taking 15 – 45 minutes depending on the subject, and typically lasts five to eight hours.
Note: Bromazolam isn’t approved for human consumption, it is for laboratory-based usage. To avoid any accidental contamination always wear gloves and goggles when handling, as it can absorb harmful amounts of chemicals through the skin. Very little is known about this compound and researchers should proceed with caution, especially when it comes to accumulation.