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“Consider, for instance, the following passage from the book, which describes his daily breakfast routine during the 70s: I would take a barbiturate to wake up … a Tuinal, pin it, put a needle in it so it would come on quicker.”
“At least she never got involved with heavy downers like reds and Tuinal.”
“The night before a particularly big day in court, my brother and I stopped by his pill doctor and picked up some Tuinal.”
“• Tuinal, for insomnia - a side effect of the cortisone”
“I was one of the last ones to leave before the city condemned the place, and in my boozy, cokey, Tuinal daze, I fancied myself quite the land pirate.”
“His physicians administered large doses of so many drugs that Travell kept a "Medicine Administration Record," cataloguing injected and ingested corticosteroids for his adrenal insufficiency; procaine shots and ultrasound treatments and hot packs for his back; Lomotil, Metamucil, paregoric, phenobarbital, testosterone, and trasentine to control his diarrhea, abdominal discomfort, and weight loss; penicillin and other antibiotics for his urinary-tract infections and an abscess; and Tuinal to help him sleep.”
“At their flat in Kensington, in London, Arthur Koestler and his wife, Cynthia, shared their own lethal cocktail of Tuinal and alcohol, and died together.”
“The barbiturates in the Tuinal were quick-acting, and their effect was speeded up by the alcohol.”
“On a small table between them was a bottle of wine, a large bottle of Tuinal sleeping tablets and a jar of honey.”
“They sipped their drinks and steadily chewed on the Tuinal tablets coated with honey until one by one they slipped into a coma and passed away.”
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