Benzedrine


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Synonyms for Benzedrine

a form of amphetamine

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He had also consumed six Benzedrine tablets in front of reporters, the paper said, and shown off a lump of hashish.
Throughout the 1940s he had become addicted to most of the powerful mind and mood altering substances that were legally available: alcohol, nicotine, the sedative Seconal and the stimulant Benzedrine.
Washington, Feb 21 (ANI): A new study has shown that use of amphetamines such as benzedrine and dexedrine may increase the risk of developing Parkinson's disease.
Were Bonnie Parker, Clyde Barrow, John Dillinger, and George "Baby Face" Nelson under the influence of Benzedrine during their murderous crime sprees?
Debbie dies after taking a massive overdose of the amphetamine Benzedrine.
Benzedrine inhalers were available till they realised folk were taking the impregnated paper out and chewing it.
There was her 30-year use of amphetamines, beginning with Benzedrine in 1942, as she was rushing to complete The Fountainhead, and continuing with Dexedrine and Dexamyl into the 1970s.
Kirschner: To bring a high level of baseball excitement to Sarasota by selling pints of cough medicine spiked with Benzedrine at all our games.
The effect of subcutaneous injections of benzedrine sulphate on the activity of white rats.
Let's hear a laugh from you, Swallow a Benzedrine, Put on a party smile, And join the gang.
On the album's most bizarre song, "20 Dollar Nose Bleed," Stump sings the praises of Benzedrine and bashes President Bush.
When the Premier League's top two clashed in the FA Cup last weekend, Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger ended up spitting venom at each other like a pair of Benzedrine puff adders.
Back then, amphetamine stimulants like benzedrine were used by athletes to increase energy, weight loss, and concentration.