Therapeutic drugs commonly abused in Egypt
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The following is a list of drugs (by their trade names) most commonly abused for their psychoactive properties. Some of the following drugs are over the counter medications that requires no prescription.
This is just a short list with Egyptians trade names. For a more complete list of psychotropics under international control.
Anticholinergic: Cogentin, Cogentol, Parkinol, Akineton
Tramadol, Tramal, Amadol, Tramax, Contramal, Trama SR, Ultradol, Tramundin
Nalofin, Nubain, Nalbuphine, Acupan, Nopain, Nefopam
Tussilar, Tussivan, Codilar, Codaphen, Codiphan, Pulmolar
Flurest, No Flu, Flustop, Sultan
Evanol, Asmolin, Asmorest, Baclofen, Somadril, Spasmorest, Ephedrine, Migranil
Global Napi Pharmaceuticals , 6th. of October City appear to be one of Egypt's leading pharmaceutical companies who produce Restolam (alprazolam) amongst other drugs, some of which you mention above, and I was curious as to whether you were following up your article above and whether you had come across this company. I obtained them through a French firm but the French blogs on Restolam are not entirely complimentary. Perhaps I am bothering you about here on your blog incorrectly for which I apologise., but I thank you for your time. David.
does valinil 5mg actually contain 5mg of the active ingredient diazepam, as my doctor here in the u.k told me that they only contain 2mg diazepam if that. please could anyone answer my query.
Talking about drugs, I have been sent some Restolam from GlobalNapi. Is this a respectable company in your eyes and am I going to be safe taking this drug? Thank you.
Sorry, I don't know what GlobalNapi is.