- Sep 2, 2013
Flubromazolam's little brother. Structurally rather closely related to Alprazolam (7-bromine instead of chlorine group).
In Europe some countries have Loprazolam available. I've had it, the pills are tiny, perfect to inject with the adequate filter, those in SecuriCups (packaged sterile metal cups to use instead of spoons, which contain a filter that is fine to inject most pills, they're made for that, although not for anything with microcrystalline cellulose...that demands SteriFilts but when they are available, people leave with hundreds at once so they disappear fast. Anyway, even orally 2mg loprazolam is quite an hilarious hypnotic. Dormonoct is the brand name I think. A friend in Europe sent me a package of those things that are like gum packs, I forget the term right now (bloody after-supper contentment/sleepiness), midazolam once, loprazolam twice and I'm still really glad he did. Although, nothing touches Brotizolam so far, 0.25mg Brotizolam >>> 0.25mg triazolam. Best sleeping medicine ever.
Midazolam isn't that great imo, even the sleeping pills, the 15mg ones, I needed 2 to sleep well, same as temazepam 30mg. Although the 15mg pills are so big I didn't try to crush and inject, they're like long oval (oblong?) pills, they were brand name too.