Butabarbital Sleep Aid

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1. Major uses of the drug.
2. Active ingredient in the drug.
3. Chemical condensed structural formula of the active ingredient of the drug.
4. Name of functional groups in the named active ingredient in the drug.
5. Form in which this drug used.
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Verwon Says:

Butabarbital is the active ingredient, in the US, it is commonly sold under the brand name Butisol. It is a barbituate, available by prescription only, that is mainly used to treat severe insomnia.

Some of the most common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and headache.

You can read more on this medication here:


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ebby Says:

My mother has taken butisol for 66 years to help with her seizure medicine. This is the only thing that controls the seizures. The pharmacy in our area is having a hard time getting them from the manufactory. Can I get them direct from the manufactory with a prescription?

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