Scopolamine Hydrobromide

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Phantom Says:


Hello

A friend of mine got back from Bogota and that His Lawyer
was given something that made him lose all memory of
what happened to him he was at a club was the last thing he can remember.He was robbed and left miles from the club.
Police say he was drugged and robbed my People who target Americans
could the drug be Scopolamine Hydrobromide ?


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Verwon Says:

I'm doubtful that Scopolamine would cause such effects, because it would probably require too large of a dosage.

It was more than likely something such as Rohypnol, which is also called the date rape drug, because it causes such effects and requires only a small dosage to do so.

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Are there any other questions or comments?

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Phantom Says:

I hear 5 milligrams would do it?Thanks for the reply Joe

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