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What are Quaaludes?
Quaaludes (methaqualone) is a synthetic central nervous system depressant similar to barbiturates and a recreational drug popular in the United States between the 1960s and 1980s, when its use was ban by the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA). The active ingredient, methaqualone, is an anxiolytic (reduces anxiety) and a sedative-hypnotic that causes drowsiness.
These drugs, printed with the number “714” on the tablet, were initially presented as a safe substitute for barbiturates to help induce sleep, but have since been shown to have dependence and withdrawal symptoms similar to other prescription barbiturates.
Today, Quaaludes are rarely found on American highways, but are sometimes confiscated at the border.
History of Quaaludes
Quaaludes was first synthesized in India in the 1950s. It was introduce to the United States in the 1960s, and in the late 1960s and 1970s it became a popular recreational drug, often found in nightclubs. It is refer to as a “disco cookie.”
Quaaludes’ potential for abuse quickly became apparent and in 1973, Methaqualone was included in Schedule II of the Controlled Substances Act, making it difficult to prescribe and illegal to carry without a prescription.
In 1984, it was move to Schedule I of the Federal Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), so Quaaludes are no longer legally available in the United States.
Schedule I drugs have a high potential for abuse, no currently accept therapeutic use in the United States, and an accepted lack of safety for use under medical supervision.
Quaaludes that are sold only for illicit recreational use are now synthesized in illegal laboratories. Illegally produced Quaaludes may contain other central nervous system depressants, such as benzodiazepines or even fentanyl.
In the 1960s, a methaqualone-diphenhydramine combination pill called Mandrax was sold as a sedative. Illegally manufactured Mandrax pills today may also contain benzodiazepines, barbiturates or ephedrine.
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In 1972, Quaaludes was one of the most commonly prescribed sedatives in the United States.
In prescribed doses, Quaaludes promotes relaxation, drowsiness and sometimes a feeling of euphoria (happiness, calm). This causes a drop in blood pressure and lowers the heart rate. These properties are the reason why it was initially considered a useful sedative and anxiolytic.
It became a recreational drug because of its euphoric (“high”) effect. Quaaludes was a popular drug of abuse for much of the 1970s, although both the United States and Britain increased control over its use and distribution.
When it was a legal drug, methaqualone was available in tablets and capsules and in different dosages.
Oral doses of methaqualone ranged from 75 to 150 mg for mild sedation.
The commonly prescribed dose was 300 mg. Up to 600 mg was use for heavy sedation.
Tolerance develops rapidly and some users may take up to 2,000 mg per day to achieve the same effects.
The onset of action occurs approximately 30 minutes after administration of methaqualone and the duration of action is 5 to 8 hours.
Quaaludes are central nervous system (CNS) depressants.
Examples of other CNS depressants include meprobamate, diazepam (Valium) and gamma hydroxybutyrate (GHB).
An overdose of methaqualone can cause convulsions, coma or death.
The range of dangerous doses varies widely. Because these drugs are manufacture in illegal laboratories, the concentration and content of the actual product may not be known, putting the user at even greater risk.
Taking doses over 300 mg can be dangerous for first-time users. Quaalude doses of around 8,000 mg per day can be fatal, but depend on the user’s state of tolerance.
Death can result at much lower doses if Quaaludes is taken with alcohol (ethanol), which is also a central nervous system depressant. “Luding out”, in which Quaaludes were tasted with wine, became a popular college pastime in the 1970s.
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Quaaludes use during pregnancy and lactation.
Quaaludes are not recommendable during pregnancy because the effects on the developing human foetus are unclear.
No data are available on the effects of Quaaludes during lactation.
Do not take Quaaludes with alcohol or other central nervous system depressants. This increases the depressant effects and may be fatal.
Do not drive or operate machinery while taking Quaaludes.
Quaalude side effects
Common side effects of Quaalude include:
tingling in arms and legs
reduce heart rate
slow respiration (breathing).
Quaaludes can also cause erectile dysfunction and difficulty reaching orgasm. At high doses, it can cause mental confusion and loss of muscle control (ataxia).
As with most drugs of abuse, Quaaludes users make poor decisions and lack normal skills under their influence. Quaalude users’ driving skills were often impair and led to fatal car accidents.
This is not a complete list of side effects and others may occur.
Quaalude addiction and abuse
Quaalude abuse creates an addiction to barbiturates. It creates a strong addiction and frequent users develop tolerance, which means they need to take higher doses to achieve the same euphoric effect. This makes Quaalude use dangerous, increasing the likelihood of overdose or death.
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Where to Buy Quaaludes Online. Methaqualone is a sedative that increases the activity of the GABA receptors in the brain and nervous system. When GABA activity is increase, blood pressure drops and the breathing and pulse rates slow, leading to a state of deep relaxation. These properties explain why methaqualone was originally mainly prescribe for insomnia. Methaqualone peaks in the bloodstream within several hours, with a half-life of 20–60 hours. Regular users build up a physical tolerance, requiring larger doses for the same effect.