Bromo-DragonFly: Chemistry, Pharmacology and Toxicology of a Benzodifuran Derivative Producing LSD-Like Effects

  title={Bromo-DragonFly: Chemistry, Pharmacology and Toxicology of a Benzodifuran Derivative Producing LSD-Like Effects},
  author={M. Coppola and R. Mondola},
  journal={Journal of Addiction Research and Therapy},
  • M. Coppola, R. Mondola
  • Published 2012
  • Chemistry
  • Journal of Addiction Research and Therapy
  • Bromo-DragonFly is a potent and long-acting psychedelic drug producing both LSD-like effects and amphetamine activation. This drug appeared within the recreational drug market in the early 2000s, since then, many cases of severe intoxication and fatalities related with its consumption have been signalled in some countries. The aim of this paper is to summarize the clinical, pharmacological and toxicological information currently available about this new and dangerous hallucinogenic substance of… CONTINUE READING
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