A report on Mecloqualone

Quinazolinone-class GABAergic and is an analogue of methaqualone that was first made in 1960 and marketed mainly in France and some other European countries.

- Mecloqualone

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Overall

Zolpidem tartrate, a common but potent sedative-hypnotic drug. Used for severe insomnia.

Hypnotic

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To induce sleep (or surgical anesthesia ) and to treat insomnia (sleeplessness).

To induce sleep (or surgical anesthesia ) and to treat insomnia (sleeplessness).

Zolpidem tartrate, a common but potent sedative-hypnotic drug. Used for severe insomnia.
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(A corrupt old man tries to seduce a woman by urging her to take a hypnotic draught in her drink)

Examples of quinazolinones include cloroqualone, diproqualone, etaqualone (Aolan, Athinazone, Ethinazone), mebroqualone, Afloqualone (Arofuto), mecloqualone (Nubarene, Casfen), and methaqualone (Quaalude).

Methaqualone

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Sedative and hypnotic medication.

Sedative and hypnotic medication.

A variety of methaqualone pills and capsules.

The DEA has also added the methaqualone analogue mecloqualone (also a result of some incomplete clandestine syntheses) to Schedule I as ACSCN 2572, with a manufacturing quota of 30 g.