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Insomnia (or wikt:sleeplessness) is most often defined by an individual's report of sleeping difficulties. While the term is som...
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Other name: Triazolam (Triazolam)
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Triazolam (marketed in English-speaking countries under the brand names Apo-Triazo, Halcion, Hypam, and Trilam) is a benzodiazepine drug. It possesses pharmacological properties similar to that of other benzodiazepines, but it is ...
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Flunitrazepam is marketed as a potent hypnotic, sedative, anticonvulsant, anxiolytic, amnestic, and skeletal muscle relaxant drug most commonly known as Rohypnol. An intermediate acting benzodiazepine, flunitrazepam is prescribed for the treatme...
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Triazolam (marketed in English-speaking countries under the brand names Apo-Triazo, Halcion, Hypam, and Trilam) is a benzodiazepine drug. It possesses pharmacological properties similar to that of other benzodiazepines, but it is ...
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Flunitrazepam is marketed as a potent hypnotic, sedative, anticonvulsant, anxiolytic, amnestic, and skeletal muscle relaxant drug most commonly known as Rohypnol. An intermediate acting benzodiazepine, flunitrazepam is prescribed for the treatme...
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read that Halcion gives the exact same effects...
" ...What's worse with advocating rohypnol for a comedown, ...effects? read that Halcion gives the exact same... "

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a few blister packs of rohypnol and halcion many moons...
" I'm still wondering where I stashed a few blister packs of rohypnol and halcion many moons ago. I KNOW they are somewhere but still haven't popped up. Prob still have speed hidden in the attic... "

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before. It was good experience although I passed out...
" ...had 2mg of rohypnol before. It was good experience although I passed out. Now I am ...any kind of danger? Or should I only get 3-4 mg of rohypnol or 1 mg of Halcion? Anyone has experience with... "

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have a very good idea that Rohypnol would work the best for...
" I have a very good idea that Rohypnol would work the best for insomnia out of all the benzodiazepines but I ...Its not all that its cracked up to be, Halcion is much better... "

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are also considered euphoric by some (rohypnol, klonopin...
" ...most benzos are not especially \"euphoric\", the anxiolytic effect ...euphoria are the triazolobenzodiazepines (xanax, halcion etc). The nitrobenzos are also considered euphoric by some (rohypno... "

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drug. However, Rohypnol is very nice!! I'm quite certain...
" ...life - similar to Triazolam (Halcion). This latter one is more ...an injectable pre-surgery drug. However, Rohypnol is very nice!! I'm quite certain Midazolam... "

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benzos, 1mg of Rohypnol will only make you feel relaxed and...
" ...by my own experience with Rohypnol, I've been on that for ...to benzos, 1mg of Rohypnol will only make you feel relaxed and ...medium-long term acting. I'd suggest Halcion 0.25mg it's a lot... "

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really that good of a \"recreational\" benzo - you take i...
" Halcion is not really that good of a \"recreational\" benzo - you take it, you're layed out, and ...do with the other benzos.. It's a great drug - ...about 3 times as potent as Rohypnol, and is... "

prolonged use of the hypnotics (halcion, rohypnol, mogadon,...
" ...i read somewhere prolonged use of the hypnotics (halcion, rohypnol, mogadon, restoril, etc). can cause... "

prolonged use of the hypnotics (halcion, rohypnol, mogadon,...
" ...i read somewhere prolonged use of the hypnotics (halcion, rohypnol, mogadon, restoril, etc). can cause... "

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