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Quaalude

Quaaludes (methaqualone) are a synthetic, barbiturate-like, central nervous system depressant. Methaqualone is an anxiolytic and a sedative-hypnotic drug. Quaaludes were introduced in the 1960s as a safe barbiturate substitute to treat insomnia and anxiety. It was a legal substance until 1984 when the government finally reclassified methaqualone as a Schedule I controlled substance. This is the designation given to a drug that is highly addictive and has no current medical use in the United States. It is illegal to manufacture, use, or possess a Schedule I drug. By 1988, the drug was illegal in almost every country throughout the world.

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