U.S. FEDERAL LAW #
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U.S. FEDERAL LEGAL SUMMARY
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Bromo-Dragonfly is unscheduled in the United States. It is possible that it could be considered an analog (of DOB or 2C-B), in which case, sales for human consumption or possession with the intent to ingest could be prosecuted under the Federal Analogue Act though we are unaware of any such existing cases (9/7/07).
INTERNATIONAL LAW #
Bromo-Dragonfly was added to Schedule 9, Australia's most restrictive schedule, in February 2009. See http://www.tga.gov.au/ndpsc/gazette/g0902pos.pdf. (Thanks B) (last updated Apr 11, 2009)
Schedule III as of Oct 12 2016. "2C-phenethylamines and their salts, derivatives, isomers and salts of derivatives and isomers that correspond" to a broad definition that includes anything with a 2,5-dimethoxyphenylethamine core. This includes most 2C-s, DOx, TMA, Aleph, NBOMes, NBOHs, NBF, bk-2-C-B, 2C-B-Fly, bromo-dragonfly, etc. See http://www.gazette.gc.ca/rp-pr/p2/2016/2016-05-04/html/sor-dors73-eng.php. (thanks r) (last updated May 29 2016)
Effective December 5, 2007, the Danish Sundhedsstyrelsen (Health Board) has banned non-research use of Bromo-Dragonfly, citing serious psychological and health risks. Minister of Health and Prohibition Jakob Axel Nielsen commented "The ban agrees with the government's commitment to react quickly and sharply against new eurphoric drugs. It is vital that we send a clear and unambiguous message that we neither can nor want to accept substances such as Bromo-Dragonfly." (see Pressemeddelelse). (translation thanks to S, PFC)
Finland has added Bromo-Dragonfly to its list of controlled substances, but we don't know what specific 'schedule' or classification it is in. See (in Finnish) http://www.iltasanomat.fi/kotimaa/art-1288452412062.html. (thanks a) (last updated Oct 3 2012)
The "Derivatbestemmelsen" is an Analog Act-type law in Norway that controls 4-methylmethcathinone, Bk-MBDB, Bromo-Dragonfly, 1,4butanediol, GBL, and MBDB. See legemiddelverket.no. (thanks o) (last updated April 29 2009)
Bromo-Dragonfly was classed as a "health hazard" in Sweden on Jul 15 2007, making it illegal to sell and possess there. See Statens folkhälsoinstitut (thanks A)
If you have information about the legal status of this substance in any other country, please let us know.
CAUTION & DISCLAIMER #
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