Benzedrine


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Benzedrine

(ˈbɛnzɪˌdriːn; -drɪn)
n
1. (Pharmacology) a trademark for amphetamine
2. (Recreational Drugs) a trademark for amphetamine

Ben•ze•drine

(ˈbɛn zɪˌdrin, -drɪn)
Trademark.
an amphetamine.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Benzedrine - a form of amphetamineBenzedrine - a form of amphetamine    
amphetamine, pep pill, upper, speed - a central nervous system stimulant that increases energy and decreases appetite; used to treat narcolepsy and some forms of depression
trademark - a formally registered symbol identifying the manufacturer or distributor of a product
Translations

Benzedrine

® [ˈbenzɪdriːn] Nbencedrina ® f

Benzedrine®

nBenzedrin nt

Benzedrine

® [ˈbɛnzɪˌdriːn] nbenzedrina ®

Benzedrine

n. Bencedrina, nombre comercial del sulfato de anfetamina.
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This questionnaire consists of 49 items and 5 scales: the Pentobarbital-Chlorpromazine-Alcohol Group (PCAG) scale, which measures the intensity of the sedative effect on a range from 0 to 15; the Morphine-Benzedrine Group (MBG) scale, which measures euphoria on a range from 0 to 16; the Lysergic-acid-Dyethyl-amide (LSD) scale, which measures dysphoria and somatic symptoms, ranging from 0 to 14; the Benzedrine Group (BG) scale, which measures stimulation and ranges from 0 to 13; and the Amphetamine (A) scale measures empirical phenomena and ranges from 0 to 11 (Busquets, Torrens, Soler, Farre, & Bulbena, 2005).
and Britain also began their own stimulant program with the UK opting for the amphetamine Benzedrine.
(Horkheimer and Adorno 1972,105-6) Like Marcuse, they too deploy an ironic analogy to Nazi Kraft durch Freude, but see rather in Sade than in Fourier the precursor of totally administered leisure: "Under Fascism holidays are enhanced by the phony collective euphoria produced by radio, slogans, and benzedrine" (106).
Unbound conjugate was washed away and enzyme substrate Tetra methyl Benzedrine (TMB) was added.
adopted Benzedrine for its effects on optimism, aggressiveness, military comportment, and the other aspects of emotional condition that figure in morale" (82).
An insider told The Hollywood Reporter that the film is "When Harry Met Sally on benzedrine."
As we meet them, they are getting into business with a demanding Benzedrine inhaler-sniffing Shirley Temple knock-off named Sally Sweet, which does not augur well for future success.
Inspired in part by the (then still legal) use of Benzedrine at the 1936 Olympics, Fritz Hauschild, head chemist of the Temmler Works in Berlin, patented a new method of synthesizing methamphetamine.
More to Levinsky's taste is the milieu occupied by their mutual acquaintance Will Dennison (Burroughs), a heroin addict whose apartment is "overrun with people who dash about getting morphine prescriptions from dishonest doctors." Dennison shares the apartment with his sister, who takes benzedrine to stay alert and help run the "madhouse," including caring for Dennison's child.
They went to bed and I took over the kitchen, brewed tea and took benzedrine. It was written by hand on the kitchen table.
marijuana, Benzedrine and seconal, much too much ridiculous and