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  • Sounds like Michael accidentally gave himself an overdose of cordrazine.

    "Even if you never met him, you know this guy."

  • Hmmm ... could Joy Rolland be suffering from a cordrazine overdose?

    Axinar: Joy Suffering From Cordrazine Overdose?

  • “There are rumors that the Ferengi picked up the formula for either that or one of the other illicit descendants of cordrazine,” Picard said, “but there is no proof as yet.”

    INTO THE NEBULA

  • "Have to try more cordrazine, no matter how risky… ."

    BLACK FIRE

  • He then quickly applied a shot of tri-ox to help Spock's breathing, and readjusted the hypo for a large dose of the very unpredictable drug cordrazine, which would stimulate heart action.

    BLACK FIRE

  • Either the shock or the cordrazine has acted to induce labor.

    Time for Yesterday

  • You know, I've convinced myself that this is all in a cordrazine hallucination, but I've decided you're not.

    The City on the Edge of Forever

  • Dr McCoy diagnosed that Sulu had a heart flutter and, swiftly administering a dose or two of cordrazine, was able to bring about Sulu’s immediate recovery.

    SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles - Part 1092

  • He also told me how he, the ship’s doctor, accidentally injected himself with a hypospray full of cordrazine.

    Star Trek

  • Even to people who didn’t really know what it was, cordrazine caused a wince of intimidation and fear.

    Flashback

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