On Thu, Oct 18, 2001 at 04:41:45PM +0100, Ronny B mentioned:
> The latter is common in Norway (prescription only, but relatively cheap;
> dosage is about the same as codeine for a "high"); side-effects usually
> include not being able to enter a car, fortunately. People on
> dissociatives might *think* they're able to drive. Then again, I haven't
> heard of much cough syrup abuse in Europe. Yet.
Probably because the small buzz you get isn't worth the side effects, not
I was reading my mothers pharmaceutical reference, out of curiousity
about this ciprofloxin antibiotic they use for anthrax. I don't know why
*anyone* would take drugs, unless they were on deaths door. Ciprofloxin
has something like 30 side effects. Most opiates had over ten.
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