Buy Amytal Sodium Online
Amytal Sodium is a type of Barbiturate. The brand name for Amobarital, doctors prescribe the medication as a sedative, an anti-anxiety medication, or a preanesthetic before surgery. Developed before Benzodiazepines, Barbiturates were once the most popular sedative on the market. However, once Benzos provided a safer alternative to sedatives, Barbiturates fell from popularity. Today, Amytal is one of the few Barbiturates that are still prescribed.
Amytal Sodium is typically found as an odorless, white powder, but it also comes in tablet or pill form. Doctors will administer it intravenously in by dissolving the salt in a liquid. Only doctors and other licensed medical practitioners can administer the drug, so it isn’t prescribed to be taken home. Because of this, someone who has it in their possession most likely obtained it illegally.
Amobarbital sodium is a white, friable, granular powder that is odorless, has a bitter taste, and is hygroscopic. It is very soluble in water, soluble in alcohol, and practically insoluble in ether and chloroform. Amobarbital sodium is sodium 5-ethyl-5-isopentylbarbiturate and has the empirical formula C11H17N2NaO3. Its molecular weight is 248.26.
Amobarbital sodium is a substituted pyrimidine derivative in which the basic structure is barbituric acid, a substance that has no CNS activity.
Vials of amobarbital sodium are for parenteral administration. The vials contain 500 mg (2 mmol) amobarbital sodium as a sterile lyophilized powder.
Effects of Amytal
Addiction To Amytal Or Other Barbiturates Is A Serious Call For Concern. As a central nervous system depressant, Amytal is used as a sedative people who need to sleep or calm down. Though it isn’t as popular as more modern sedatives, like Ambien or Xanax, some doctors will still use it. The difference from other prescription sedatives is that it can only a doctor can administer it in shot form. Like many other Barbiturates, there are some adverse side effects to Amytal use, such as: