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Drugs That Contain Barbiturates
There are many: In the US, mixed amphetamine salts (adderal/generics), as well as dextroamphetamine (dexedrine) and methamphetamine (desoxyn) are available medically for conditions where stimulants are indicated - ADHD, narcolepsy, weight loss and depression. Lisdexamfetamine (Vyvanse) is a pro-drug, used for ADHD that is metabolized into amphetamine. Other drugs have similar structure-decongestants, bupropion. ...Read more
Pseudoephedrine: Depends on where you live but I would go to Drugs.com and search as there are over 30 is my guess. Or go to your drug store and see under cold medications. In some areas they are locked up because can be used o make meth. ...Read more
Why are drugs like cocaine illegal? If caffeine and alcohol are used for there psychoactive effects. Why isn't cocaine in moderation legal too?
Read your history: Since the beginning of civilization, every human society has had its own particular customs, traditions & laws re what's "licit" & what's ILlicit. Not just psychoactive chemicals, but everything, e.g. marriage. The roots of what substances are legal & which aren't are not rational: they're social, cultural & historical. There are many books about this fascinating subject for the general reader. ...Read more
Etg/ets urine test: can I use products containing various types of alcohols, as long as ethanol alcohol is not listed in ingredients?
Depends...: Are you contemplating use of these alcohol-containing products externally, or are you planning to ingest them? ...Read more
Great Question: How do I answer this question and it should be answered, not for substances only. The question has in fact evoked more questions in my mind when I think I have an answer From Nicotine to Caffeine From Alcohol to Heroin and in-betweens, From Eating disorders to Runners, From gambling to Promiscuity, all can be addictive. Its the pleasurable effect altering our mental state. No good answer. . ...Read more
Opiate pills: A named list is hundreds of items long. Much too long for this site. Best to google the one you are interested in , or even better, ask the question of whatever medical provider is writing the Rx. ...Read more
Codeine in the mix: Codeine is bundled with different meds (not OTC meds) for suppression effect. It's with Tylenol (acetaminophen) for moderate to severe pain. Alters how brain perceives pain. It's combined with promethazine to suppress cough. It's in Soma compound. Alters how brain perceives pain. It's in Fioricet. Decrease perception of headache pain Because codeine is an opioid, it has abuse and addiction risks. ...Read more
If by illegal: you mean "bootleg" drugs manufactured illegally (e.g., methamphetamine), the difference is a prescription drug is made under govt regulation to insure purity and quality. Illegal drugs have no quality control, may contain toxins, are probably of poor quality and purity, and may not be the drug claimed by the dealer. Using them is a roll of the dice with your life. ...Read more
"Oxybutinin": Oxybutinin is solely a "by prescription" only medication and cannot be acquired "over-the-counter.". ...Read more
Tough 2 decide!: What an interesting question! Hard to say, steroids cause shrunken testicles, enlarged prostate, breast development, erectile dysfunction, reduced sperm count, severe acne, high blood pressure and strokes. Hallucinogens like LSD cause psychosis, flashbacks, schizophrenia, depression. Club drugs could be a lot of things, sudden death from arrhythmia is reported with several. All are dangerous! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Elavil (amitriptyline): Nope.Get a more detailed answer ›
Urine test 500ng/ml etg 100ng/ml ets: Can I use products externally that contain various types of alcohol, if ethanol isn't listed in ingredients?
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