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Methaqualone Powder is an addictive, or habit-forming, synthetic drug that alters brain function. In their search for new medications to fight malaria, a potentially deadly tropical disease spread by mosquitoes, scientists in India first synthesized methaqualone in 1955. The drug was found to be hypnotic and a potent sedative, but it was then thought to be non-addictive. Hence, you can buy Methaqualone powder online.
Pharmaceutical manufacturers in the United Kingdom (UK) began marketing the drug in the 1960s. Despite emerging international medical reports of possible dependence and abuse problems, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) also approved methaqualone use by prescription. In 1965 U.S. manufacturers introduced methaqualone to the medical community for the treatment of anxiety and sleep disorders. Although it was available under a number of trade names, the drug would be known by its most popular and notorious brand name, Quaalude.
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Methaqualone enjoyed immense popularity as a prescription drug, with over four million prescriptions written in 1973 at the height of its popularity. Its rise as an illicit street drug was fast and furious as Quaaludes permeated popular culture. Their use was widespread on college campuses; many celebrities openly took them; and the media and word of mouth passed along the drug’s erroneous reputation as an aphrodisiac (or “love drug”). In response to the growing abuse, the federal government took measures at the end of 1973 to tighten controls on its access.
The chemical name for methaqualone is 2-methyl-3-O-tolyl-4(3H)-quinazolinone (C16H14N2O). It is a white, crystalline, odorless substance with a bitter taste.
The key precursors, or ingredients, in the manufacture of methaqualone are the chemicals N-acetylanthranlic acid and anthranilic acid. Because methaqualone is produced illegally, the drug is frequently cut, or adulterated, with other substances called fillers, ranging from talcum powder to heroin. Buy mandrax powder.
Before methaqualone’s legal production and marketing was stopped worldwide, the drug was manufactured in both tablet and capsule form in various strengths.
Counterfeit versions of the drug are still produced in South Africa, India, and other parts of the world today. The drugs look remarkably similar to the original pharmaceutical tablet versions, including the manufacturer’s markings. Methaqualone is also found in illicit capsule and powder forms.
During the 1970s, a popular method of recreational methaqualone use was to take the drug with a glass of wine. The practice was known as “luding out” (in reference to the brand name Quaalude). Taking methaqualone with alcohol, another depressant of the central nervous system (CNS), increased the sedative effect of the drug. It could also prove to be deadly if the potent depressant combination caused respiratory failure. Mandrax, also the brand name for the now-illegal UK version of methaqualone, is made by combining the drug with small amounts of antihistamine. In South Africa, where methaqualone abuse has become a serious public health problem, Mandrax is sometimes mixed marijuana.