Valium


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Synonyms for Valium

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

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Talusan said the outbound parcels declared as gifts and letters, containing the ecstasy and valium tablets were bound for the United States, Australia, Abu Dhabi, Germany, Saudi Arabia, France, Sweden, Spain, and the United Kingdom.
The Record has regularly highlighted the dangers of street Valium, which is said to have been behind a 43 per cent increase in drug deaths in Glasgow last year.
Sheriff William Gilchrist asked Bruton's agent Frazer McCready if clonazolam was a type of valium. He replied: "She thought it was a type of valium.
ally, the 41-year-old was ium and heroin together d swallow the Valium and, as he felt the effects kicking in, d take the heroin.
After his Valium prescription was cut because he was abusing it, Mr Davies, originally from the Gorseinon area of Swansea, was forced to buy the drug on the streets.
Speaking of his addiction to valium, Hall said: "And then I fancied David Essex which was a bit wonky, but it was like, so I kind of connected the two.
At the time of the incident, KG was using cannabis, street-bought Valium and prescribed methadone.
In a statement read to the Crewe hearing, his girlfriend Jade Shaw, 19, said: "In late 2017, he started to take Valium. He used to do cocaine but he didn't like the comedown so he started doing Valium.
Police reportedly recovered money, beverages and tablets of anti-anxiety drug Valium from the suspects.
M2 PHARMA-May 31, 2017-Roche Australia's Valium recalled following evidence of tampering
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 31, 2017-Roche Australia's Valium recalled following evidence of tampering
FIVE men have been treated in hospital following suspected drug use of a tablet called Blue Valium.
A MAN assaulted a pub landlord after reacting badly to a mixture of alcohol and Valium, a court heard.