This VMAT inhibitor is structurally related to reserpine.
This is the most popular stimulant in the world, found in coffee.
Dirk Diggler has trouble "performing" because of this drug.
This sedative was the most prescribed drug in the US from 1969 to 1982.
This antihistamine puts the "PM" in Tylenol PM.
This opioid painkiller is available as a lollipop.
This SSRI antidepressant has a very long half-life of 4 to 6 days.
This is Mark Renton's favorite drug.
This drug was first synthesized and (accidentally) ingested by Albert Hofmann.
This club drug damages serotonergic nerve terminals while causing a feeling of social connectedness.
The Nazi Method and Shake-and-Bake are two ways to synthesize this stimulant.
Toxins associated with this drug cause 440,000 deaths per year in America.
This 5-HT3 antagonist gained FDA approval in 1991.
This barbiturate sedative was introduced in 1912.
If ether and Freon 115 had a baby, it might look something like this popular and sweet-smelling anesthetic gas.
H × 4 = Hf
C × 2 = Zr
H × 7 = Cn
C × 7 =
N × 1 = Li
H × 1 = Ti
C × 3 = No
C × 4 =
N × 6 = Mg
H × 1 = Ba
F × 1 =
F × 1 = N
C × 1 = Na
N × 7 = Sc
C × 1 =