Butalbital Acetaminophen Caffeine

Drug containing more than one active sub stance whereof one under international control: Butalbital. Butalbitale Butalbital. Butalgen Butalbital.

Butalgin, -a, -e Methadone hydrochloride. Butalguine Methadone hydrochloride. Butalix Secbutabarbital sodium. Butamed Secbutabarbital sodium. Butamid Secbutabarbital sodium. Butamin "Mallard" Secbutabarbital. Butan Butane.

Butane C4H10 Either of two isomers of a gaseous hydrocarbon, produced synthetically from petroleum. butane is a petroleum hydrocarbon with a molecular weight of 58.12. It exists in two isomers, n-butane with a boiling point of -0.5 deg C at atmospheric pressure, and isobutane with a boiling point of -11. 7 deg C at atmospheric pressure. It can be compressed to form a liquid at this pressure. Butane is an important fuel gas and a major constituent of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG). It is also used as a fuel in homes and for cigarette lighters. In fuel applications, most properties are the same for both forms. Butane is also used in the manufacture of synthetic rubbers and motor oils. Inhaling butane from cheap cigarette-lighters or from fillers for cigarette lighter sometimes appears in epidemic proportion especially among younger teenagers. Butane-sniffing is risky because of the difficulty to control the amount and the risk of having an accidental overdose, the risks for sudden deaths and brain damages are considerable. See: Inhalants.

Butanedioic acid, compound with (-)-a-methylbenzeneethanamine (1:1) Levam-fetamine succinate. Butanotic Secbutabarbital sodium. Butapro Secbutabarbital sodium. Butaril Drug containing more than one active substance whereof one under international control: Barbital.

Butartrol Drug containing more than one active substance whereof one under international control: Meprobamate. Butasaron Secbutabarbital sodium. Butased Secbutabarbital sodium. Butatab Secbutabarbital sodium. Butatal Secbutabarbital sodium. Butatran Secbutabarbital sodium. Butatrax Drug containing more than one active substance whereof one under international control: Amobarbital. Butazem Secbutabarbital sodium. Butenil Butobarbital. Buteryl Butobarbital. Butethal Butobarbital. Butex Secbutabarbital sodium.

Buthethal Butobarbital. Butibel Drug containing more than one active substance whereof one under international control: Secbutabarbital sodium. Buticaps Secbutabarbital sodium. Butinal Capsules Butalbital. Butisol Secbutabarbital sodium. Butisol sodium Secbutabarbital.

Butobarbital C10H16N2O3, Synthetic substance under international control according to the UN Convention on Psychotropic Substances 1971, Schedule IV. Molecular weight: 212.2. Percentage of anhydrous base:100. See: Barbiturates.

Butobarbital Dipharma Butobarbital. Butobarbital, -e, -um Butobarbital. Butobarbitural Butobarbital. Butoloid Butobarbital. Butrate Secbutabarbital sodium. Butseco Drug containing more than one substance under international control: Phenobarbital and Secobarbital sodium. Butt 1. An unburned end, as of a cigarette. 2. Colloquial term for a cigarette. Butt end 1. Colloquial term for a butt of a joint of marijuana or hashish. Butt naked Colloquial term for PCP. Butte Secbutabarbital sodium. Butter 1. Colloquial term for marijuana. 2. Colloquial term for crack. 3. Colloquial term for cocaine.

Butter flower Colloquial term for marijuana.

Butterfly 1. Colloquial term [AA, NA and other 12 Step groups) for an occasional symbol of the metamorphosis made by addicts and alcoholics and their spouses who cease using mind-altering substances and who "practice the principles" of the 12 Step programs. 2. Colloquial term for brightly colored paper tab resembling a postage stamp in size with a picture of a butterfly made of LSD. These are often in a red cardboard box wrapped in foil in a clear ziplock bag (5 stamps). These are designed to promote addiction by children (placed in the mouth or absorbed through the skin).

Button 1. Colloquial term for mescal or peyote button, dried protuberances from peyote cactus, active ingredient mescaline. 2. Colloquial term for an opium pellet. Buttons Colloquial term for mescaline. Butu Colloquial term for heroin. Butyl Colloquial term for butyl nitrite Butyl alcohol C4H9OH Any of four iso-meric alcohols, widely used as solvents and in organic synthesis.

Butyl nitrite Substance contained in furniture polish as well as in "Rush", "Hardware", and other containers sold at many rock record stores and head shops - has the same properties as amyl nitrite - banned by US Consumer Product Safety laws as of February, 1989. Butylnitrit See Amyl Nitrite. Butylone Pentobarbital sodium. Butylonyl Drug containing more than one active substance whereof one under international control: Amobarbital. Butylova Pentobarbital sodium. Butylscopolamine Oxazepam. Butynoct Butobarbital. Butyvinal Vinylbital. Buy Colloquial term for purchase of drugs. Buy a sack 1. Colloquial term for purchase a bag of cocaine. 2. Colloquial term for purchase a bag of heroin.

Buy and bust Colloquial term for an undercover police who sell or buy drugs and then arrest the seller or purchaser. Buy bust Colloquial term for an undercover police who sell or buy drugs and then arrest the seller or purchaser.

Buy money Colloquial term for money used by agents to buy drugs where the serial numbers have been recorded and which has been marked.

Buyes Brugmansia candida. Buyes borrachera Brugmansia candida. Buyes borrachershe Brugmansia candida. Buzz 1. Colloquial term for a pleasant intoxication, as after a moderate consumption or alcohol. 2. Colloquial term for PCP. Buzz bomb Colloquial term for small 8-gram metal cylinder of nitrous oxide. Buzz bomb propellant Colloquial term for torpedo propellant used as a beverage (NBA-denatured alcohol) consumed by Navy personnel.

Buzz on Colloquial term for get slightly intoxicated.

Buzzed 1. Colloquial term for being intoxicated of alcohol (generally not drunken). 2. Colloquial term for being mildly intoxicated of drugs.

Buzzing Colloquial term for an attempt to purchase drugs.

BWP Colloquial term for look-alike amfeta-mine - typically caffeine, ephedrine, pseu-doephedrine, and/or phenylpropanolamine. BWS Acronym for Battered woman syndrome.

BWY20 Oxazepam. Bykonox Vinylbital. Bulsenkraut Henbane. Bynaubaum Areca catechu. Buyuk sef Turkish colloquial term for mescaline.

Buyurk harry Turkish colloquial term for heroin.

BZ 1. Acronym for benzodiazepines. 2. Col-

loquial term for a hallucinogen non-lethal gas derived from lysergic acid.

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