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Methaqualone 300 Mg (Mandrax)
Methaqualone (Quaaludes) is absorbed through the gastrointestinal tract. The effects begin to take place 20-45 minutes after ingestion. Mandrax
Description of Methaqualone 300mg (Mandrax)
Methaqualone 300mg (Mandrax) is a sedative-hypnotic drug that is similar in effect to barbiturates, a general central nervous system depressant. Hypnotics are drugs that induce sleep. It has also been used as a recreational drug, commonly known as Quaaludes, Sopors, Ludes or Mandrax depending on the manufacturer.
How Methaqualone 300mg (Mandrax) works
Most sedatives, including alcohol and Valium, work by binding to gamma-aminobutyric acid receptors (GABAA) in the central nervous system, resulting in an increase in inhibitory signals in the brain. Quaaludes bind to a different segment of the GABAA receptor, but have similar sedative effects.
Effects of Methaqualone 300 mg (Mandrax)
Methaqualone (Quaaludes) is absorbed through the gastrointestinal tract. The effects begin to take place 20-45 minutes after ingestion. The high can last between 4 and 8 hours, but will depend on how much the user took. Because the drug can cause sedation, the typical user will force them self to stay awake, once the drowsiness has subsided, the user will feel a dissociative high. Users claim the methaqualone (Quaaludes) causes a loss of inhibitions, a sense of wellbeing, and an all together euphoric and mellow high. Contact your doctor or physician or better still call an ambulance in case of emergences. Doctor.
Positive Effects of Methaqualone 300 mg (Mandrax):
Pleasant tingling sensations
Negative Effects of Methaqualone 300 mg (Mandrax):
Reduced HR and BP
Withdrawal of Methaqualone 300 mg (Mandrax)
When the user stops taking the drug they immediately they begin to experience symptoms of methaqualone withdrawal. These withdrawal symptoms can include:
Pins and needles or tingling sensations in the extremities