Noctazepam Oxazepam

Noctec Chloral hydrate ("knockout drops").

Noctem Nitrazepam.

Noctene Nitrazepam.

Noctesed Nitrazepam.

Noctifen Barbital.

Noctifer Methaqualone or Methaqualone resinate.

Noctilene Methaqualone or Methaqualone resinate.

Noctinal Phenobarbital or Secbutabarbital sodium.

Nocton Lormetazepam. Noctosediv Secobarbital. Noctosom Flurazepam. Noctran 1. Clorazepate or Clorazepate di-potassium. 2. Drug containing more than one substance under international control: Mepro-bamate and Pentobarbital sodium. Noctran 10 Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Clorazepate dipotassium. Nocturnol Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Secobarbital sodium. Nocturnol Relax Drug containing more than one substance under international control: Secbutabarbital and Secobarbital. Nocu Diazepam.

Nocuana-laci Turbina corymbosa. See: Ololiugui.

Nod 1. Colloquial term for being half asleep while high on drugs. 2. Colloquial term for heroin.

Nod, on the Colloquial term for the sleepy condition following the use of some drugs, especially after use of heroin or large quantities of methadone.

Nodalin Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Methadone hydrochloride. Nodapton Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital. Nodders Colloquial term for barbiturates. Nodding A semi-stuporous state experienced by heroin and high-dose methadone users after the euphoric effects accompanying use have subsided; characterized by head bobbing, bowed head, and drooping eyelids. Synonym: Nodding out Nodiman Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Methaqualone or Methaqualone resinate.

Nodinan Methaqualone or Methaqualone resinate.

Noel agaclari Turkish colloquial term for barbiturates.

Nofem Amfepramone hydrochloride. Nog, on the Colloquial term for the sleepy condition following the use of some drugs, especially after use of heroin or large quantities of methadone.

Noheptan Methadone hydrochloride. Noia Norwegian colloquial term for drug induced paranoia. Noiafren Clobazam. Noiafren B-7 Clobazam. Noise Colloquial term for heroin. Noise candy Colloquial term for cocaine. Noix d'Arec Areca catechu. Noix vomique Strychnos nux-vomica South Asian and South East Asian tree containing strychnine.

Noja Swedish colloquial term for drug induced paranoia.

Nok see far Colloquial term for Amytal in blue capsules.

Noktural Methaqualone hydrochloride. Noke Tabernanthe iboga. containing the stimulant ibogaine. Noleten-complex Diazepam. Nollstalld Swedish colloquial term for losing the sense of reality after use of drugs. Nols 1. Colloquial term for pentobarbital (Nembutal). 2. Tuinal (Seconal & Amytal) (also lookalikes) - typically composed of anti-histamines such as doxylamine or chlora-pheniramine, plus analgesics such as acetaminophen or salicylamide. Noludar Methyprylon. Noludaretten Methyprylon. Nolurate Methyprylon. Nominbar Meprobamate. Nominox Methaqualone hydrochloride. Non smoker One who does not smoke tobacco.

Non-alcoholic beer Colloquial term for beer with 0.5% alcohol or less (not nonalcoholic) ; even this low percent of alcohol may be dangerous to recovering alcoholics -psychologically, drinking this may also be dangerous to recovering alcoholics. Non-beverage alcohol See: Alcohol, non-beverage.

Non-drinker Colloquial term for person who totally abstains from consumption of alcohol at present - in a non-pejorative society, this would be termed a "normal non-drinker" to counter the "normal drinker" label. Non-medical use Use of a prescription drug, whether obtained by prescription or otherwise, other than in the manner or for the time period prescribed, or by a person for whom the drug was not prescribed. The term sometimes also covers the use of illicit drugs. Non-user One who refrains from the use of something, as of narcotic drugs or alcohol. Nonalcoholic 1. A beverage usually containing less than 0.5 percent alcohol by volume. 2. Of, relating to, or being a beverage whose alcohol content is very low or negligible. 3. Containing no alcohol: nonalcoholic medication.4. Dealcoholized. Nonazepam Lorazepam. Nonda The mushrooms Boletus manicus, Boletus kumeus, Boletus nigroviolaceus and Boletus reayi growing all over the world. In New Guinea they are used as a hallucinogen drug. Nondrinker One who does not drink alcoholic beverages.

Nonnenhaube [Nun s veil] German name for Aconitum napellus.

Nonprescription Sold legally without a physician's prescription; over-the-counter: nonprescription drugs.

Nonsteroidal Not being or containing a steroid. A drug or other substance not containing a steroid.

Nontoucher Colloquial term for crack user who doesn't want affection during or after smoking crack.

Nonuser One who refrains from the use of something, as of narcotic drugs or alcohol.

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