Drugs are so prevalent in our lives that it’s easy to forget they exist.
In fact, the term drug hood is often applied to a specific brand of drug.
And in the United States, there are a number of different brand names for the same drug, such as the popular “Tylenol,” which is known as a cough suppressant, and “Fenugreek,” which has been used for decades to treat asthma and depression.
But the real names of these drugs are also sometimes a little confusing.
Here’s a rundown of some of the most common names for drugs, and how they’re commonly used.1.
TylensolTylenosols, or “sodium tetraborate,” are a type of drug used to treat hypertension.
They’re also commonly used as a treatment for asthma, heart disease, and diabetes.
Tylenols are found in most of the prescription drugs we take, but they’re also found in a number to a handful of non-prescription products.
These include cough suppressants, antihistamines, and antihistamine creams, among others.
Tonic acid is a common ingredient in these products.
Tylene is a derivative of tylenoids.2.
Pentax BiosciencesTylocaine, a common drug in cough suppressors, is a powerful painkiller, used in over 200 different countries.
Triptans are a class of medications that contain the chemical pentylenetetrazole, which is a chemical found in marijuana.
It’s a powerful analgesic and stimulant.3.
TetonetraazolamTetonidine is used to help treat certain types of epilepsy, depression, anxiety, and migraines.4.
TetraHydrocodoneHydrocoda-a common analgesic used to relieve symptoms of pain, vomiting, and fever—a powerful analgesia that is often prescribed as a first-line drug for pain relief.5.
Bacopa MonnieriBacopas are a powerful antidepressant used to improve mood, reduce anxiety, or reduce muscle spasms.6.
Aldalen AventineAventine is a commonly used drug for treating migrainers.7.
Purdue PharmaPurdue is the manufacturer of OxyContin, which comes in many different forms.
Most OxyContin pills contain codeine, which can cause liver damage in some people.
But it’s also been found to be an effective painkiller for people with diabetes and arthritis.8.
Lifeline LomatLomat, or Lifeline, is an opioid medication used to stop opioid overdoses.
It was also prescribed to treat severe depression.9.
CocaineMarijuana is one of the fastest growing forms of illicit drug use in the world.
It has been legal in the US since 1999.
It is often sold on the black market as a “hash” of a different drug, but in reality, it contains a mix of THC and CBD, the psychoactive compounds in marijuana that are most potent.10.
PepsiCoPepidos, a drug used in the treatment of nausea and vomiting, can also be made into a drug called a laxative or laxative tablet.
It can also act as a mild sedative or an appetite suppressant.