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Synonyms for Valium

a tranquilizer (trade name Valium) used to relieve anxiety and relax muscles

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Another box sent by Qaiser Mehmood Poutt and consigned to Jocelyn Villarino was also seized after Customs personnel discovered 20,600 tablets of valium, 8,990 tablets of Pinnix (Alprozalam), 5,990 tablets of Madalin, 1,980 tablets of Stilnox (Zolpidem), and 8.
He told the jury: "With internet valium you can take 10 and the next day you'll be fine.
Valium 5mg tablets contain diazepam, and are used to treat anxiety disorders, alcohol withdrawal symptoms and muscle spasms.
Valium is a trade name for the powerful tranquilliser diazepam.
They crushed several Valium tablets into water and gave it to him to drinK.
Although Hipkins had rid himself of a heroin addiction during his last time in jail, on release he had turned to Valium tablets, which cost 50p each.
Fallen Dior designer John Galliano arrived at a Paris courthouse on Wednesday and blamed an addiction to Valium for his anti-Semitic outburst in a Paris cafe in Fabruary.
In fact, her mother had fallen repeatedly as a result of poor muscle coordination from the Valium.
A MUCH-LOVED son may have been killed by a 'rogue' batch of valium imported from China, it has emerged.
Boston for the valium days of July and some of August--I must confess to
Researchers from Switzerland and the United States found that so-called benzodiazepine drugs, such as Ativan, Xanax and Valium, exert a calming effect by boosting action of a neurotransmitter called gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) in the same way as addictive drugs like opioids and cannabinoids.
Valium, used as an emotional crutch by struggling housewives of the Sixties and Seventies, has increasingly become the new drug of choice for young people.
SCHOOLCHILDREN are being taken to hospital under the influence of Valium after being targeted by dealers.
Maggie Fanning peddles Valium to addicts near her home in Glasgow's Possilpark scheme.
From Miltown to Xanax, Valium to Paxil, Andrea Tone's extensively researched book on the history of anti-anxiety drugs delves into the rise, fall and rise again of tranquilizers inside the complex sociohistorical context of the second half of the 20th century.