Alkoholpolitik und Volksgesundheit

Mildly Drunk, with No Hangover by Alcohol Substitute

Mittwoch 20. Januar 2010 von htm

Recently fired U.K. drug czar David Nutt and colleagues have developed a synthetic drink that they hope will someday replace alcohol, the Daily Mail reported Jan. 6. Using chemicals related to those found in Valium, researchers at Imperial College, London created a colorless, tasteless liquid that reportedly produces mild intoxication, but won’t get users drunk regardless of how much they drink. Nutt said the substance could replace the alcohol in beer, wine and liquor and help reduce alcohol-related deaths. Researchers also are working on an antidote for the substance that users could take to „sober up“ at will. (Source: Join Together, 1/19/10)

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