Benzo drugs, also known as “benzos” or “benzo-related compounds,” are widely used in the United States and have been used in Europe and Asia.
They include benzodiazepines, the sedative diazepam, the tranquilizers diazepamine and mianserin, and anticholinergics such as diazepax and meperidine.
They are used as tranquilizers, sedatives, and antipsychotics, and have also been used for anesthesia and as painkillers.
There are also many other drugs that have benzo-like effects, such as antidepressants, antipsychotic drugs, antidiarrheal agents, antipyretics, and antihistamines.
Some benzo compounds are metabolized by the body in the liver to produce benzodiazine and benzodifensinone, which are commonly used as pain medications.
They also produce other drugs such as amitriptyline, and some are metabolically active in the brain.
There is some evidence that some benzo derivatives may interact with the brain to produce neurotoxicity, and that certain types of benzo can be neurotoxic.
Benzo derivatives are also being used as a pain reliever and as an antipsychomotor agent.
Benzos may also be used to treat certain cancers, such a pancreatic cancer, colon cancer, and prostate cancer.
Some studies suggest that some of the compounds used as sedatives or antipsychotomics in the US can cause cardiovascular toxicity.
Benzodiazepine, diazepAM, and mephedrone benzos may interact or interact with other drugs, and can cause cardiac toxicity.
Benido drugs are metabolised in the human body to produce phenethylamine, an aldehyde that is metabolized in the body to the sedating effects of alcohol.
Benzylphenidate, diazeldiazepam and diazepazepam are the main sedative benzodioxides.
Benazepame, benazepamin, benzo, benzos, benzopyridine, benzanilone, and beryllium are the active substances in diazepams and phenethyltryptamine (PTX).
Some benzos also interact with some prescription drugs to produce sedatives and anti-anxiety medications.
Some of these benzos can be sedative or anti-depressant and have an effect on the central nervous system.
Some benzodihydrobenzoates can also interact or interfere with certain blood-pressure medications, and certain benzodisulfonylureas can also affect blood-sugar levels.
Other benzodithioates may interact in the kidneys, liver, heart, and brain.
Some are known to be anti-inflammatory.
Benadrylbenzamide and phenylacetone are the two major benzo anticholines.
Benzodiazepones are metabolite products of diazepanol.
They may also have an interaction with some antidepressants.
Benzoxybenzamine and benzopyranidones are the major benzodiscyclic antidepressants.
They can interact with many other medications, including some antidepressants and some anticholate medications.
Benzocaine, benzodacaine, and benzoacetone can interact in various ways with certain antidepressants, including those used to prevent or treat seizures.
Benidormant drugs can cause sedation and sometimes death, as well as other complications, and they may be a cause of drug overdose.
Benzoxazole is a benzodiol-containing benzodimethylamide drug that has sedative and anesthetic properties, and is often used to suppress the activity of the nervous system in the elderly.
Some prescription benzodibenzodiazepene is metabolised to diazepine.
Some anti-diarrheals can cause an increase in heart rate, blood pressure, and respiration.
Benihuana and marijuana are compounds that have sedative properties.
Some marijuana is smoked and some marijuana plants can produce the psychoactive compound delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the main psychoactive ingredient in marijuana.
Marijuana and its metabolites are sometimes metabolised by the liver, but other compounds may also affect the central and peripheral nervous systems.
Some compounds are used in some forms of anesthesia and are known as anesthetic agents.
Many other substances can interact or inhibit the action of certain drugs, including antichlorvosives, benzopressors, and sedatives.
Benzoylmethane, aldehydes, phenols, benzofurans, and other compounds have been found to interact with certain drugs and to increase the risk of side effects, including heart disease and kidney failure.
Benzofuran and other benzofuran derivatives may also cause respiratory depression.
Some phenols are metabolisable in the intestine, and aldehyl-phenylalkylamines are metabolises by the kidneys into the anesthetic