Tranquilizers: Ingestion methods

Last modified: Saturday, 20. June 2009 - 3:45 pm

Tranquilizers are usually swallowed as a capsule or tablet but may be injected into the bloodstream or muscle (intramuscularly) as a solution as well. Some are available in rectal suppositories and sublingual (under the tongue) forms. Illicit tranquilizers are also snorted or taken with other drugs, alcohol, or tobacco.

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