Nembutal Powder is a Pentobarbital powder drug from the barbiturate class. It is widely used as a sleeping pill (i.e. hypnotic) or anti-anxiety drug (i.e. sedative). Unlike modern sleeping pills, Nembutal is highly lethal in overdose. Because it is very reliable and brings about a peaceful death, it is one of the drugs of choice for assisted suicide. Thought Nembutal is available in varied forms, but the powder form of Nembutal is considered the best. Nembutal powder, which is mostly used as a suicide medication, and in some few and rare cases as Anaesthesia control measures. The Nembutal Powder is dissolved in water and orally taken. This is the fastest method of voluntary euthanasia known.
Death should be natural but it comes a point in life where some people prefer dying rather than being alive. When that point comes, then death pentobarbital can be good for you. However, you should note that purchasing pentobarbital is useless if you cannot use it successfully.
• Nembutal Powder is frequently used in severely injured people and appears to be safe.
• A clinical practice guideline supports the use of Nembutal Powder as a dissociative sedative in emergency medicine.
• It is the drug of choice for people in traumatic shock who are at risk of hypotension.
• It is also used for pain management.
• Low doses of Nembutal may reduce morphine use, nausea, and vomiting after surgery.
The dosage of the Nembutal(barbiturates) must be individualized with knowledge of a patient’s medical condition and recommended rate of administration.
PRECAUTIONS & WARNINGS
• If you are pregnant or likely to become pregnant, you should not use Nembutal Powder as it can cause fetal damage. Therefore, doctors don’t recommend this drug to pregnant women. Too rapid administration may even cause respiratory depression, apnea, and vasodilation with fall in blood pressure.
• An overdose of pentobarbital can be fatal.
• Do not drink alcohol. Dangerous side effects can occur when alcohol is combined with pentobarbital.
INTERACTIONS WITH DISEASE
You should tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are suffering from these diseases:
• History of porphyria (a genetic enzyme disorder that causes symptoms affecting the skin or nervous system)
• Liver disease
• Kidney disease
• Temporary or chronic pain
• A history of addiction to phenobarbital or similar medicines.
INTERACTIONS WITH DRUG/ FOOD
Tell your doctor about all other medications you use, especially:
• Birth control pills or hormone replacement estrogens
• Blood Thinners
• MAO inhibitors
• Other seizure medications
• Steroid medications.
Call your doctor at once if you have a serious side- effect such as:
• Weak or shallow breathing
• Slow heart rate, weak pulse
• Feeling like you might pass out
• Problems with memory or concentration
• Excitement, irritability, or aggression
• Overactive reflexes