What's the Legality of Flubromazolam?
For people residing in Sweden, flubromazolam has been classified as an illegal compound after many seizures from police and customs. 
As for people residing in Switzerland, flubromazolam has been considered an illegal compound since December of 2015. 
In the United Kingdom flubromazolam’s legal status has been classified as a Class C drug since the May 2017 amendment along with several other drugs within the benzodiazepine class. 
Within the United States it is currently considered a schedule 1 drug on the state level within Virginia, but is unscheduled on the federal level. 
What's The Effects of Flubromazolam?
The physical effects of flubromazolam are sedation, motor control loss, respiratory depression, dizziness, and muscle relaxation.
The cognitive effects are amnesia, anxiety suppression, thought deceleration, analysis suppression, dis-inhibition, dream potentiation, compulsive re-dosing, emotion suppression, delusions of sobriety, and sleepiness.
The after effects are rebound anxiety, dream potentiation or dream suppression, residual sleepiness, thought deceleration, thought disorganization, and irritability. 
Does Flubromazolam Show On Drug Tests?
Toxicological testing on a 27 year old in a deep comatose like state confirms that Flubromazolam shows up on drug tests as a benzodiazepine.
Using a quantitative method of liquid chromatography, the 27 year old patient was found to have flubromazolam in his serum at 59 ng/mL and urine at 105 ng/mL.
This was determined about 19 hours after his initial ingestion of a 3 mg dose of flubromazolam.
The patient was treated with mechanical ventilation, intravenous fluids, flumazenil, and a constant infusion of norepinephrine at a dose of 0.12 µg/kg/min and transferred to the Department of Neurology after the ninth day of hospitalization.