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Flubromazolam - Retrospective - 6 years with the Knockout Night Nurse


Sep 4, 2017
Jesus Christ man!

When I'm handling it for volumetric dosing I literally look like I'm prepping for Ebola exposure. I never understand why people have the urge to just dip their finger in SUPER POTENT POWDERS and lick their finger. Flubro is the one of the most potent benzos and the LD-50 is not too hard to reach by dipping your finger and licking it.

I'm glad you're alright though.
i have 2 times that i wish i didn't either lick my finger or snort what i thought was 2.5% fentanyl /inositol mix the later first i found capsual of powder in my mom's car on pasanger side i smelt tasted tiny bit thought it reminded me of the fentanyl mix so me and my girlfrend did half each maybe 30-60mg hard to say but after we passed out i wolk up the following morning to my phone ringing my coworker had misplaced his key so i had to get to work as quickly as possible my drove me there there was a line of people and me and my coworker were taking care of people (selling/filling ecig/e-juice) after i couldn't remember most the 2-3 hours i was working the next day i do an inventory to see how badly i messed up i was shocked to find it perfect somehow i worked on autopilot. i felt impaired for good 48 hours took saturday evening still felt on monday at work. it turns out that was pure Flubromazolam was leftover from making a solution it was broken down from being in car during summer if it wasn't broken down from heat i probably would have died. the other time was fentanyl HCI vendor had 100mg in bag way too big had to use brush ended up getting some powder on my hand and licked it not thinking much until sudenly i felt not right but a second after that thought crossed my head LIGHTS OUT and then wakeing up Cold As Hell with a 45 being removed from my IWB holster and my fav Kahr pm9 black dlc W/ Crimson trace laser grip also no longer in my pocket holster. sad day did not leave the private residence while intoxicated and was not messing with them either but gone my kahr about $900-$1000 and Smith and wesson 1911 commmander e-series aluminum/scandium alloy frame $1300 but hated the way it shot i was better with the pm9 before laser grips. i think i got all the stupid out of me LOL.


Aug 17, 2013
Thank you for a well written report, simple but well written and that's enough for a good trip reports in my opinion.

I would like to add my own experience which is mostly related to the withdrawal. It was also 6 years ago this year, so 2015. But I wasn't as careful as you with dosing. I got them in pills, they were said to be pressed to 250 microgram. I had some minor experience with higher pressed once a few week or months prior to this so I was careful with the dosing and took only half, 125 micrograms, and only for sleep. Like you wrote, it's a non-functional benzo and that was really the case for me as well. So only as a sleeping pill.

I checked my mail correspondence, the site no longer exist but I ordered 50 pills and I probably didn't take just a half at night because they were gone in maybe two weeks. I recall sleeping like a baby, it felt like the most restful sleep ever. And I also got probably 11 hours, at least, probably more.

Anyhow, what sticks out about this was the extremely horrible withdrawal which isn't like any other benzo withdrawal I've ever experienced, and I've probably experienced most of them. The withdrawal probably lasted for maybe a week tops before I could go back to sleep. I was working at this point and I have seriously no idea how I did even dare go to work and how I even managed to with the weirded 'no-sleep' at all.

What happened at night when I was out of flubromazolam was of course insomnia, extreme insomnia. And when I started getting some kind of sleep or whatever to call it was when I started having this same scenario play over and over in my head whenever it felt like I was almost sleeping. The scenario was simple, the same thing over and over and each night for a few days, my uncle (may his restless soul finally have peace where it now is <3) which I had almost zero contact with at this point was taking pills in this scenario, and I can't recall in what way he was involved but the environment in the scenario/dream what the exact same each time it replayed in my head, a deserted and decayed house which must have been quite a good looking house once in a time (if it would have been real of course) with empty rusty swings and a white picket fence. You know, the typical kind of "fallout"/dystopia kind of scenario. I don't recall much this long time after,

But this wasn't the worst, this feels like nothing compared to what I was feeling inside my head. At the same time as I was trying to sleep it felt like my brain was PHYSICALLY split in two parts, one part (which was quite small) that was my normal brain and just wanted quiet and to just sleep. And the rest which felt like probably 90% of my brain which played this scenario over and over again. It felt like my brain was physically split it two parts, if it sounds horrible it's because it was.

I'm not as good at writing reports like you and some people so I won't add this to the trip reports or Erowid or Psychonautwiki but if there's an interest I will. You called it a knockout night nurse and wow that really sums it up really well.


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Feb 8, 2006
In the mountains
Dude I can't believe you just described that phenomenon, I get something so similar from pretty much any GABAergic rebound/withdrawal, when trying to sleep. I've never been able to describe it well. It has happened from phenibut/gabapentin withdrawal, as well as GHB (really bad with GHB), and benzo rebound/withdrawal. It is like my brain becomes incredibly obsessive-compulsive and I start having a semi-dream where I am still somewhat awake but it consists of replaying a tedious and complex/abstract/strange scenario, or like I have to solve a puzzle that gets more complex the more I work at it. It is extremely annoying and somewhat alarming feeling and it makes it so hard to sleep or feel comfortable. So hard to describe, and weird, but your account is the first I've read that seems to describe something similar.