Benzedrine


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Synonyms for Benzedrine

a form of amphetamine

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That same year the Army Supply Service provided commanders with packets of six Benzedrine 'pep pills' for each of their soldiers.
The working memory is at work whenever we do a crossword puzzle or overcome a "tip of the tongue" moment and is activated by caffeine, Ritalin, or Benzedrine. The working memory is best summarized by Milton Glaser, the graphic designer responsible for the "I Love New York" campaign.
Em 1932, foi lancada na Franca com a derivacao denominada Benzedrine, na forma de po para inalacao, e, mais tarde, como pilula.
Auden, who often relied on Benzedrine for inspiration.
It's a device that works because it illustrates the decadence of the moment as the royals and their pals mix champers and Benzedrine.
The following drug categories are specified: opium or cocaine and their derivatives (morphine, heroin, codeine); marijuana; synthetic narcotics--manufactured narcotics that can cause true addiction (demerol, methadone); and dangerous nonnarcotic drugs (barbiturates, benzedrine).
Medicines--such as benzedrine and sleeping tablets--sometimes have to be administered to drinkers to facilitate their withdrawal.
"Then they were given amphetamines - Benzedrine - which were called wakey wakey pills.
Of Benzedrine. I am their one lost star, Their flower, drowning.
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. He conducted disastrous personal affairs.
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.