Rohypnol Flunitrazeapm 1mg is a potent sedative. The physical effects of the drug may be noticeable within twenty to thirty minutes after ingestion. The effects may last for many hours.
Rohypnol Flunitrazeapm 1mg may cause drowsiness, confusion, impaired motor skills, dizziness, disorientation, disinhibition, impaired judgment, and reduced levels of consciousness. You may look and act like someone who is drunk. Your speech may be slurred, and you may have difficulty standing or walking. Or, you may be rendered completely unconscious.
It is very dangerous to mix Rohypnol Flunitrazeapm 1mg with alcohol or other drugs. The combination can produce extremely low blood pressure, respiratory depression, difficulty breathing, coma, or even death.
One of the most disturbing effects of Rohypnol Flunitrazeapm 1mgl is that it can cause complete or partial “anterograde” amnesia (absence of memory for the events that occur after it is ingested). This means that you may not be able to remember what was done to you while you were under the influence of the drug, which may have been for a significant period of time. This “amnestic” effect is especially likely when Rohypnol Flunitrazeapm 1mg is ingested with alcohol.
What Rohypnol Flunitrazeapm 1mg looks like
Rohypnol is most commonly found in tablet form. It may be a small, round, white pill. When slipped into a drink, the pill dissolves and becomes invisible. Or, it may be oval-shaped and green-gray in color. These pills may have a dye in them that can make them more visible in certain drinks. But, you may not be able to see the color in a dark drink (coke or dark beer) or in a dark room.
Rohypnol is usually smuggled into this country in its original packaging &em; foil backed, clear plastic “bubble packs.” The pills may be ground up or crushed into a powder. Rohypnol can also be found in liquid form.
How Rohypnol is abused
Across the country, there are reports of people “dosing” other people without their knowledge by dropping whole or crushed Rohypnol tablets into their drinks. When Rohypnol is dissolved in a drink, you usually can’t see it, smell it, or taste it. Therefore, if you are “dosed,” you probably won’t know that you’re being drugged. Soft drinks, punch, beer, or other alcoholic beverages can all provide the disguise.