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In Summary: There are much better oral drug options avail- able. If you do elect to use this drug, ensure that you have suf- ficient (dilute) quantity (>20gm) and use an anti-emetic like meto-clopramide taken 40 minutes before the chloral hydrate. Take the drug with alcohol, along with other potentiators such as benzodiazepines.
The RP Test for Chloral Hydrate & Insulin
Both score poorly at 60%, each having questionable reputa- tions in the mjor indices of reliability and peacefulness. In- sulin is more difficult to prepare, administer (it must b given by injection) and to store (refrigeration is required), however the drug’s effect is much quicker than orally consumed chloral hydrate.