Drugs Like Me Blush Methaqualone VEGAN NEW


Released 11/22/17   Part of the Food of the 1970’s set.

“Methaqualone became increasingly popular as a recreational drug in the late 1960s and 1970s, known variously as “ludes” or “sopers” (also “soaps”) in the U.S. and “mandrakes” and “mandies” in the UK, Australia and New Zealand.  In 1972, it was the sixth-bestselling sedative in the US, where it was legal under the brand name Quaalude. Quaalude in the United States was originally manufactured in 1965 by the Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, based pharmaceutical firm William H. Rorer Inc. The drug name “Quaalude” combined the words “quiet interlude” and shared a stylistic reference to another drug marketed by the firm, Maalox.”-wikipedia

Methaqualone Blush is a dark bronze brown

Blush comes in a 15g container with a sifter. Measures about 3.5 g by weight.

As with all cosmetics, please test on a small area in case allergies occur!

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mica, iron oxide, titanium dioxide, tin oxide, zinc oxide, bronze powder, silicon dioxide, kaolin clay,  magnesium myristate


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Weight .05 kg


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