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Pre-Medication and Potentiation ‘Cardiac-switch’ Drugs
Drugs of uncertain quality or insufficient quantity (that end life by hypoxic hypoxia) can be potentiated with the addition of a ‘cardiac-switch’. A cardiac-switch is a drug or drug combination that stops the heart by preventing oxygen getting to the brain. An example is the opiates. Opiate drugs are notoriously unpredictable (because of issues of sensitivity, drug tolerance, and purity), However when opiates are taken in combination with a cardiac-switch, the death will be peaceful since one’s heart will stop while the person is unconscious.
Effective cardiac-switch combinations have been pioneered in the US as part of the development of the lethal drug mixtures used under Medical Aid in Dying (MAID) laws. In the case of the lethal drug mix, D-DMAPh, the cardiac-switch is comprised of digoxin (100mg) and amitriptyline (8gm).
While these are prescription-controlled drugs, they can still be sourced on the internet. See: https://rxmedonline.com/
Note: Digoxin tablets do not dissolve. Rather, the tablets are soaked in water and break up. They are then drunk as a ‘suspension’. Amitriptyline can be taken the same way. There is some small benefit in taking the digoxin 30mins before the amitriptyline and other sedatives/ hypnotics.
A ‘cardiac-switch’ made from digoxin 100mg & amitriptyline 8gm