Diconal, dikes, pinkies.
Central nervous system depressant, analgesic.
Tablets 10mg (containing 30mg cyclizine hydrochloride), pink, marked Wellcome F3A.
intense exhilaration or rush when injected, euphoria, reduced anxiety.
drowsiness, confusion, nausea, vomiting, constipation.
To control moderate to severe pain.
high potential for overdose, tolerance, accidents.
compulsive use, dependence. If injected, damage to circulation, blocked veins, ulcers, gangrene (often leading to amputations).
Class A under the Misuse of Drugs Act, 1971.
How is it taken
Orally, or the tablets are crushed and injected.
If injected: needles and syringes, water, matches or lighter, spoon, tourniquet.
Where does it come from?
This is a pharmaceutical drug which is sometimes diverted from manufacturers, pharmacies, and GPs prescriptions.
Drug dependency clinics and drug counselling agencies.