This tablet, sold on the Internet as Xanax, did not contain the expected benzodiazepine alprazolam (active ingredient), but flualprazolam.
Flualprazolam is an alprazolam derivative and belongs to the group of benzodiazepines. Flualprazolam has never been used as a drug and has not been researched. Since flualprazolam is effective in lower doses than alprazolam, there is a risk of overdose if these substances are misdeclared.
According to user reports, flualprazolam is considered risky compared to other benzodiazepines: Flualprazolam is a very potent benzodiazepine, but the effect is often perceived by users as less intense than with other benzodiazepines. Therefore, there is a risk that the user will take an unintentionally high dose, which is dangerous to health.
Mixed use with other depressants and dissociatives (e.g. ketamine) can lead to unconsciousness and life-threatening respiratory depression.
Also with medicines, it comes again and again to wrong declarations; also these before the consumption always let test!
Consumption is not advised!
Flualprazolam is an unresearched substance. There is hardly any reliable information on risks, toxicity, side effects and long-term consequences. The following information on flualprazolam is intended only as a guide and is not based on reliable data but on subjective reports from users.
Have your substance tested in a drug check if you bought it on the black market or on the internet. Counterfeit blisters may look identical to the original packaging.
Do not mix any depressant substances such as benzodiazepines, alcohol, GHB/GBL or opioids. Risk of unconsciousness or respiratory paralysis!
Feel your way to the dosage and do not rely on dosage information from friends. Various factors such as habituation or dependence can contribute to a greatly increased dosage!
If you do not have the possibility to have substances analyzed, first test a maximum of one third of the pill. Some counterfeit drugs contain a more potent substance than the original.
Wait and see
Wait at least 2 hours after taking the drug. With some drugs, the onset of the intoxicating effect is very slow or it is difficult to perceive.
If you are in possession of a substance that does not appear on this page, this in no way means that it contains the expected ingredient or that it should be safe. The warnings we publish only refer to the substances listed in our Drug Checking offers, these substances pose a high risk of consumption and should not be consumed. A substance may have the same visual appearance (shape, size, colour, etc.) and yet have different ingredients or a different composition. There is no drug use without risk! Only a complete renunciation of drugs is risk-free! If you still decide to use drugs, you should at least follow the safer use rules.