Barbiturate

What is Barbiturate?

Barbiturates are a class of drugs derived from barbituric acid that act as depressants to the central nervous system. These drugs are frequently used for medical reasons as sedatives or anesthetics.The pharmacological actions of barbiturates include depressing nerve activity in the cardiac, smooth and skeletal muscles.

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Hello I am an alcoholic, I just got out of detox last week, I am taking hydroxyzine it seem to help with cravings and my anxiety do you have any...

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Baclofen or acaprosate can be used

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Hi I took Lorazepam this morning and now I'm getting a migraine. Can I take my butalbital or will that cause an...

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Not recommended.

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See Butalbital is a barbiturate which has got action of causing...

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Opana er opana ir please help me get off this stuff thanks

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slow tapering, burenorphine will help

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Opana contains oxymorphone an opiate group of drug. It is used...

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