Neuroleptics

Neuroleptics – drugs for the treatment of mental disorders Neuroleptics are representatives of a large class of psychotropic drugs. The latter have a selective effect on the human psyche, i.e. on his thinking and emotions. Neuroleptics, in turn, slow down neuropsychiatric processes and calm a person. However, if these antipsychotic drugs are prescribed to aRead More

What medications contain amphetamine

Sometimes pharmaceuticals developed for noble purposes become the object of attention of fans of “acute” sensations. This also happened with the phenylalkylamine derivative, used in a number of countries for the treatment of narcolepsy (a state of drowsiness that worries during the day), apathy, depression, asthenia. Amphetamine-based drugs are still being used for strict indicationsRead More

Related MDMA analogues

Many drugs containing amphetamine and its derivatives are synthesized in shadow laboratories. MDMA and MDA are considered the most common. Most ecstasy analogues are psychoactive amphetamine-type compounds that affect the central and peripheral adrenergic receptors. The general picture of poisoning is identical, but the manifestation of clinical features is possible. MDMA analogues MDMA is partRead More

Dissociatives

Dissociative substances are a class of hallucinogens that distort the perception of sight and sound. Dissociatives also cause a sense of detachment from the environment and from oneself. Initially, they were developed as an analgesic for general use in surgery. The effects of these substances are diverse, most often unpleasant. But the experience gained fromRead More

Phencyclidine (PCP)

“Phencyclidine” belongs to the group of hallucinogens. The main feature of these narcotic drugs is to completely change the nature of the consumer’s thinking and mood. They do not act immediately on the central nervous system in such a way that they cause its overexcitation towards euphoria, sometimes into a state of severe depression orRead More

Parkopan (trihexyphenidyl)

Parkopan (cyclodol, trihexyphenidyl, parkinsan, romparkin, parkopan, anti-spas, antitrem, aparkan, artane, benzhexol hydrochloride, pacitane, parkan, parkinsan, peragit, romparkin, trihetphenidili hydrochloridum, trihexyphenidyl hydrochloride, triphenidyl). The international name is trihexyphenidyl. White fine crystalline powder. Slightly soluble in water, slowly soluble in alcohol. The active substance is trihexyphenidyl hydrochloride. Tablets 0.002 and 0.005 g. At a high dosage, theRead More

Dipipanon

Dipipanon (Piperidylamidone, Pipadone, Phenylpiperon) is an opioid analgesic. A mixture of dipipanone and cyclizine hydrochlorides is known under the trade name “Diconal” and is prescribed to quench severe pain. IUPAC: 4,4-diphenyl-6-piperidin-1-ylheptan-3-one Molecular Formula: C24H31NO CAS: 467-83-4 Molecular Weight: 349.5 g/mol The use of dipipanone can lead to side effects, among them: nausea, vomiting, dizziness, drowsiness.Read More

Neuroleptics – drugs for the treatment of mental disorders

Neuroleptics are representatives of a large class of psychotropic drugs. The latter have a selective effect on the human psyche, i.e. on his thinking and emotions. Neuroleptics, in turn, slow down the neuropsychic processes and calm a person. However, if these antipsychotic drugs are prescribed to a healthy person, then a state of neurolepsy develops.Read More

Pentazocin(Talvin)

Pentazocyndrug names: talvin, fortral, lexir. An attempt to find an effective painkiller that does not cause addiction led to the creation of pentazocin (talvin). Introduced in 1967 as an analgesic, it quickly appeared on the illegal market, usually in combination with tripennamine. The list of narcotic drugs subject to control in the Russian Federation isRead More

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