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The United States Drug Enforcement Administration classifies Nembutal as a Schedule II controlled substance, recognizing that the drug has some important medical uses but is also a major candidate for the development of abuse and physical dependence.
The federal government put restrictions on the use of barbiturates in 1970 due to their extreme potential for abuse and physical dependence. Benzodiazepines, which at that time were a newer class of drugs that were believed to be less prone to abuse, have assumed most of the uses that were assigned to barbiturates prior to 1970.
Barbiturates are not normally the primary drug of abuse for individuals who abuse these substances. Instead, barbiturates and even benzodiazepines are more commonly abused in conjunction with other drugs. The most common drug that is abused with barbiturates is alcohol, although it is not uncommon for abusers to mix barbiturates with other barbiturates, benzodiazepines, narcotic pain medications, or nonprescription drugs including cannabis products. Because these drugs are often abused in conjunction with other drugs, the potential to develop very complicated issues with substance use disorders is increased.
Effects of Nembutal Abuse
Abuse of Nembutal can result in:
- Similar effects that occur with intoxication to alcohol, such as slow and slurred speech; problems with motor coordination; a shuffling or staggering gate; problems with balance; decreases in breathing rate, heart rate, blood pressure, and body temperature; the slowed rate of thought; problems with reasoning and logic; aggression; sedation and lethargy; and unconsciousness and/or coma.
- The development of physical dependence (having both tolerance and withdrawal)