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Mandrax also known as buttons is a commonly known and used drug in South Africa. In fact South Africa is the largest consumer of Mandrax in the world. Mandrax is mostly smoked when the user is “coming down” from Crystal Meth (Tik) in order to help aid sleep. Smoking Mandrax can cause a catalogue of physical and mental health problems in the long term.
Other names for Mandrax
Mandies, Buttons, MX, White Pipe and Cream to name a few. Being one of the most widely available and cheapest drugs in South Africa it is no suprised that it is abused.
What is Mandrax?
Methaqualone (meth-a-KWAY-lohn; brand name Quaalude /ˈkweɪluːd/ KWAY-lewd) is a sedative-hypnotic drug that is similar in effect to barbiturates, a general central nervous system depressant. The sedative-hypnotic activity was first noted by Indian researchers in the 1950s and in 1962 methaqualone itself was patented in the US by Wallace and Tiernan. Its use peaked in the early 1970s as a hypnotic, for the treatment of insomnia, and as a sedative and muscle relaxant. It has also been used illegally as a recreational drug. Clandestinely produced methaqualone is seized by government agencies and police forces around the world.
Mandrax Addiction Home Detox South Africa
At Home Detox South Africa we can offer you a safe and comfortable way to Detox from Mandrax addiction at home. We can offer a service which will include a 3-7 day detox programme that will reduce usage and physical cravings to nil over this time period.
Mandrax in South Africa
South Africa is known as one of the drug capitals of the world due to its excellent shipping location. Mandrax is usually combined with Cannabis in South Africa and smoked through a broken bottle neck. This combination of drugs is designed to “knock out” the user and stop the insomnia created by Crystal Meth use. South Africa has the highest consumption rate of Mandrax in the world and this also leads to Mandrax Addiction being higher in South Africa than anywhere else in the world.
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