Dimenhydrinate Micro Pellets MUPS
Dimenhydrinate (in US marketed under brand names Dramamine, Driminate, Gravol, Gravamin, Vomex, and Vertirosan) is an over-the-counter drug used to prevent nausea and motion sickness.
It is marketed in Canada as Gravol, in Portugal as Viabom, in Brazil as Dramin, in Ecuador as Anautin, in Hungary as Daedalon, and in Indonesia under the brand name Antimo, and in Thailand, Dimenhydrinate (à¹„à¸”à¹€à¸¡à¸™à¹„à¸®à¸”à¸£à¸´à¹€à¸™à¸—), is marketed under the brand name à¹„à¸”à¹€à¸¡à¸™à¸™à¸µà¸™.
It is most commonly used as pills, although it is also available in liquid form and in suppositories. Chemically, dimenhydrinate is a salt of two drugs: diphenhydramine, and 8-chlorotheophylline, a chlorinated derivative of theophylline.
Dimenhydrinate "has been reported to be abused for non-medicinal purposes. Street drug users abuse DMH for the acute effects of euphoric sensations and hallucinations, while psychiatric patients abuse DMH for its anxiolytic or anti-cholinergic effects...
Further support comes from reports of acute and chronic abuse of DMH by humans. Collectively, results confirm the abuse liability of DMH
Dimenhydrinate Micro Pellets - Multiple Unit Particle System (MUPS)
Dimenhydrinate Micro Granules - Multiple Unit Particle System (MUPS)