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A hypospray (or hypo) is a small hand-held piece of technology used to inject medicine or other drugs and treatments into a patient.


By the 2260s the standard Starfleet hypospray was designed to accept a swappable vial of medicine. Field hyposprays were pre-loaded with an inert saline solution that could carry any of five selected concentrated emergency medication. (TNG reference: Star Trek: The Next Generation Technical Manual)

In the early 23rd century the standard Starfleet hypospray held one ampule which held ten doses of a single drug. By the 24th century this capacity was increased to five ampules each holding ten doses. (Decipher RPG module: Player's Guide)

In 2259 of the Kelvin timeline, Spock injected the Gorn commander with a hypospray full of the antidote to the Gorn virus, resulting in his death just as he, Kirk and T'Mar beamed away from the Gorn mothership. (TOS video game: Star Trek)

In 2270, Montgomery Scott rigged a hypospray to explode on impact and emit anesthesia gas. James T. Kirk threw it at a tribe of Xhosa who were trying to kill his otherwise unarmed landing party on Vehtora IV. Unfortunately the tribesmen appeared to be immune to the gas. (TOS - Star Trek Unlimited comic: "As Flies to Wanton Boys")

Hypospray Agents

The Federation possessed a vast pharmacopeia of medicines. Some only worked for a single species, but many functioned on most or all humanoids. However, detailed scans using a diagnostic bed or at least a medical tricorder were necessary to determine if a specific drug was likely to be safe or effective when used on a member of a humanoid species that was not in Starfleet’s medical databases. The following are some of the drugs most often used by Starfleet medical officers.

  • Anesthezine
This is an inhalant (gas) that can be used as a general anaesthetic, but is more often used by Security as an intruder control measure. A concentration of 70 parts per million is more than enough to render humanoids unconscious. It has also been used as a crowd control agent and to subdue dangerous persons ("The Hunted" [TNG]).
  • Anetrizine
Anesthetizes cranial nerves heavily stunning subject for 10-60 minutes. Pharmaceutical used to anaesthetize cranial nerves, such as when Voyager's EMH treated Seven of Nine. Sometimes given to patients in the throes of hallucination to give them more control over their fantasies ("The Gift" [VOY]).
  • Axonol
Stun subject for 5-15 minutes; Vulcans, Ferengi, and Romulans immune; can also be administered in aerosol form, Axonol was among the emergency crowd control anaesthetics on board the starship Prometheus. Aerosol-based ("Message in a Bottle" [VOY]).
  • Hyvroxilated Quint-ethyl Metacetamin
Quark tried to use some of the stuff to drug Dr. Julian Bashir to "fix" a racquetball match between Bashir and Miles O'Brien in 2370 ("Rivals" [DS9]).
  • Melenex
Melenex was an anesthetic that was carried in 2260s Starfleet medkits. In 2269, Doctor McCoy used melenex to make Spock appear ill, fooling the computer that controlled the Shore Leave Planet. McCoy described the effects of melenex as "brief unconsciousness and temporary skin discoloration," adding, "It looks worse than it is." Once the doctor dosed Spock with ten ccs of melenex via hypospray, McCoy told Spock that it would take ten seconds to take effect, resulting in unconsciousness for less than five minutes. (TAS: "Once Upon a Planet")
  • Nasal Numbing Agent
A nasal numbing agent was an injection to reduce the sensitivity of odor perception. Sub-commander T'Pol took injections to reduce her sensitivity to the smell Humans produced. While being held hostage at the monastery at P'Jem, she told Captain Jonathan Archer about the difficulties of sharing a blanket with him because she'd had her last nasal numbing agent over twenty-four hours previously. (ENT: "The Andorian Incident")
  • Neurozine
Neurozine was among the emergency crowd-control anaesthetics onboard the Prometheus and was used to incapacitate Romulans who had commandeered the ship in 2374. Aerosol-based ("Message in a Bottle" [VOY]).

Drugs that relieve pain. There are two main types: non-narcotic analgesics for mild pain, and narcotic analgesics for severe pain.

  • Aerosal
Aerosal was a mild analgesic medicine common in the Federation in the 23rd century. Leonard McCoy wished for aerosal during his Right of Statement on Romulus in 2276. (TOS - Rihannsu novel: The Romulan Way)
  • Asinolyathin
Pain reliever; moderately reduces effects from being dazed or injured. This substance is used as a pain-killer for muscle spasms ("Visionary" [DS9]).
  • Aspirin
Aspirin was a white crystalline derivative of salicylic acid, which was often used as an analgesic to relieve minor aches and pains or to reduce fever, or use as an anti-inflammatory medication.
  • Bicaridine
Bicaridine was an analgesic medication often used as a substitute for metorapan. In 2368, Wesley Crusher was treated with bicaridine instead of metorapan because he was allergic to metorapan. (TNG: "The First Duty")
  • Hydrocortilene
Analgesic medicine used to alleviate pain, such as headaches ("The Swarm" [VOY]).
  • Metorapan
Treatments Regenerative treatment for fracture patients. Wesley Crusher was allergic to metorapan. ("The First Duty" [TNG]).
  • Morphenolog
Eases subject's pain and stops convulsions. Used to ease pain and stop convulsions. Used by Doctor Bashir in a 2-cc dose when Bareil lashed out violent pain as his left parietal lobe suffered damagefrom the ongoing Vasokil treatments ("Life Support" [DS9]).
  • Terakine
Lightly reduces the effect of a subject's injury. Analgesic medication. Terakine was administered to Commander William Riker following an accident in bat'leth practice where he fractured a rib ("The Pegasus" [TNG]).
  • Triptacederine
A narcotic used to relieve pain. It is noted that 30cc's would anaesthetize an Algorian Mammoth, but it hardly dents the Cardassian physiology.
  • Cephalothin
Cephalothin was an antibacterial drug used by Federation science in the 23rd century. Cephalothin was used to sterilize regions within a humanoid's body prior to a surgical procedure. In 2274, Doctors Leonard McCoy and Christine Chapel performed a dichotomectomy procedure aboard the starship USS Enterprise for Dykranus, Imperator of Zeta-Atez. Two grams of cephalothin were administered prior to commencing nerve restructure. (TOS comic: "Heads of State")
  • Sterilite
Sterilite is a drug available to Starfleet medicine in the 23rd and 24th centuries. It was a strong antibiotic safe for use with most humanoid species and often used after surgical procedures, particularly those undertaken outside of a sterile environment. (FASA RPG modules: Cadet's Orientation Sourcebook, Star Fleet Intelligence Manual)


  • Adrenaline
Adrenaline (C9H13O3N), also known as epinephrine, was a hormone and neurotransmitter with powerful effects on the sympathetic nervous system. It was generated in the adrenal glands. As a drug, it was used to treat radiation poisoning. Although by 2267 it had been replaced in clinical use by hyronalin, an adrenaline serum was found to be effective in the treatment of an unknown radiation left over by particles originating from a comet that passed near Gamma Hydra IV. The radiation had caused an hyperacceleration of the aging process. (TOS: "The Deadly Years")
  • Anticoagulant
An anticoagulant was a substance that delayed or prevented the coagulation of blood.
  • Ardrosam-G
Ardrosam-G was a drug substance that was in use by Federation medical practitioners in the 23rd century. In extreme cases, Ardrosam-G could be injected directly into the heart to stimulate cardiac function. (TOS novel: The Wounded Sky)
  • Benjisidrine
Increases Vulcan stamina to resist heart disease. An anti-arrhythmic used to regulate some heart conditions. Vulcan physicians prescribed benjisidrine for treatment of Ambassador Sarek's heart condition ("Journey to Babel" [TOS]).
  • Digoxin
Digoxin can be used to treat atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter, and heart failure, but is toxic in higher doses.
  • Hyperzine
    • Cardiac stimulant; removes subject injuries caused by cardiac arrest. Stimulant used in Starfleet practice that was administered in at least two 20cc doses for Garak's seizures in 2370 when his shut-down cranial implant stopped triggering the endorphin flow that his body had grown dependent on ("The Wire"[DS9]).
  • Lectrazine
    • Increases subject stamina to resist heart or kidney failure. - Lectrazine was used to stabilize cardiovascular and renal systems in humanoid patients. ("Lifesigns" [VGR], "Sacred Ground" [VGR], "Warlord" [VGR]).
  • Metabolic Reduction Injection
    • Henoch synthesized a metabolic reduction compound so that Kirk, Spock, and Dr. Ann Mulhall's bodies could carry the intellects of Sargon, Henoch, and Thalassa. The drug reduced heart rate and all bodily functions to normal, allowing the three to occupy the humanoid bodies without permanent damage to those bodies. Henoch secretly prepared a different compound for Sargon in an attempt to destroy his ancient enemy. ("Return to Tomorrow" [TOS]).
  • Metrazene
    • Increases subject's stamina to resist heart disease or cardiac arrest; works only on iron-based bloodstreams (Human, Betazoid, etc.); Cardiac antiarrhythmic medication, used aboard the Enterprise-D. ("The Host" [TNG]).
  • Vasokin
Vasokin was an experimental drug which increased blood flow to humanoid organs. In 22% of studied cases it caused severe damage to the lungs, kidneys, heart, and brain. In 2371, Dr. Julian Bashir administered Vasokin to Vedek Bareil Antos in an attempt to save his life. Unfortunately, this led to irreversible brain damage. (DS9: "Life Support")
  • Dermalplast
Medical preparation used to treat chemical burns ("Demon" [VOY]).
  • Dermaline
Dermaline was an injectable drug used to prevent sunburns. In 2376, Neelix was so excited to be on a beautiful Norcadian beach that he forgot to take his dermaline injection. As a result, he ended up with severe burns from the planet's two suns, which he treated with leola ointment. (VOY: "Tsunkatse") In gel form, it could be used to treat patients who had suffered first and second degree burns. (ENT: "Dear Doctor"; VOY: "Deadlock")
  • Dermoline Gel
Medicinal material used in the treatment of burns. ("Deadlock" [VOY])
  • Kelotane
Stabilizes burns; restores burn damage with each dose. Medical drug used to treat radiation burns and sickness. ("State of Flux" [VOY])
  • Alcohol
Alcohol (chemical designation ethyl alcohol or ethanol) was a colorless, liquid chemical, usually the by-product of fermenting sugar. Alcohol could be a powerful psychoactive drug with intoxicating effects on humanoids. The effects of polywater intoxication were similar to those of alcohol. Alcohol could also be used as a coolant or disinfectant.
  • Bericol
Bericol was a Cardassian street narcotic. Dosages of less than one c.c. create a sense of intense euphoria in the user. However, larger doses cause loss of consciousness and even headaches, though no permanent damage. Cadet Bael Nomine used bericol injections to incapacitate USS Enterprise security officers Timothy Lynch and Kao, in order to carry out the orders of Admiral James Leyton. (TNG eBook: Slings and Arrows: The Oppressor's Wrong)
  • Caffeine
Caffeine (C8H10N4O2) was a stimulant that was present in a variety of foods and beverages, including coffee and raktajino. Beverages with the caffeine removed were known to be decaffeinated. It could be somewhat addictive to most humanoids if consumed on a regular basis (excluding Vulcans, according to T'Pol).
A narcotic substance produced from plants on the planet Brekka. Felicium has other medicinal properties and was used centuries ago to cure a deadly plague on neighbouring planet Ornara. Once the plague was ended, all the people on Ornara were addicted to the drug, and the people of Brekka continued to provide it, for a significant price. ("Symbiosis" [TNG])
  • Hupyrian Beetle Snuff
Hupyrian beetle snuff was a fine powder made of dried beetles that was a delicacy among Ferengi. It was inhaled through the nose and could often produce a fit of sneezing. It acted as a mild stimulant with some euphoric side effects. It also had a deleterious effect on the linings of the nose which was cumulative.
  • Impedrezene
Impedrazine was a drug designed to help stimulate cardiac function. It could also be used to counter the effects of psilocybin.
  • Ketracel White
An addictive isogenic enzyme also known simply as white, a drug used by the Dominion to control the Jem'Hadar. Absence of regular white dosage resulted in severe withdrawal symptoms, including anxiety and severely violent behaviour.
  • LSD
D-lysergic acid diethylamide (C20H25ON3), commonly called LSD, was a powerful psychotropic drug that was used for medical, spiritual, and recreational purposes on Earth.
  • Maraji Crystals
A controlled substance that was illegal to possess or sell in the Cardassian Union. Captain Livara, a Romulan spy who posed as a Talavian smuggler, visited Terok Nor in 2367 and tried to interest Quark in some maraji crystals ("Things Past" [DS9]).
  • Psilocybin
Psilocybin was a psychoactive drug. Its effects could be quickly counter-acted with impedrezene.
  • Rhuludian Crystals
Induces a narcotic effect made from dried and ground herbs ("Fair Trade" [VOY]).
  • Snakeleaf
Snakeleaf was a type of flowering plant whose tendrils could be sublimated using a horgl, although doing so was known to induce paranoia. During what she described as her fourteen year-long slide into humiliation and rage, Raffi Musiker grew snakeleaf plants outside her home near Vasquez Rocks and sublimated them. (PIC: "The End is the Beginning")
  • Speed
Speed was a stimulant. While discussing how a synthetic mind meld augment prodedure might jolt an unconscious person awake, Paul Stamets described it as "a psychic hit of speed." Michael Burnham had been thinking more along the lines of an adrenaline shot, but agreed with this comparison as well. (DIS: "Lethe")
  • Synthehol
Synthehol (a portmanteau of "synthesized" and "alcohol") was a chemical variant of alcohol. It appeared to have the same taste and smell as "real" alcohol to most individuals, but none of the deleterious effects associated with alcohol for most humanoids, such as debilitating intoxication, addiction, and alcohol poisoning. Most humanoids had an enzyme which broke down the alcohol-like compounds in synthehol. According to Data, synthehol's "intoxicating effects can be easily dismissed." (TNG: "Relics")
  • Tobacco
Tobacco was an agricultural product on the planet Earth. To extract nicotine, a highly addictive and poisonous substance, Humans smoked and chewed tobacco on Earth until at least the 21st century.
  • Tropolisine
Tropolisine was a psychotropic compound known for its hallucinogenic effects. Normally found in certain flowering plants, each tropolisine atom contained a stray neutron. Once it started to break down in a humanoid's bloodstream it released an undetectable toxin. In 2151, while exploring an uncharted M-class planet later named Archer IV, the crew of Enterprise NX-01 became affected by tropolisine that was blown down from the mountains during a windstorm. It was discovered by Dr. Phlox that inaprovaline, combined with being removed from the pollen-saturated environment would allow the effects of tropolisine to dissipate. (ENT: "Strange New World") By the early 23rd century, a permanent cure for the hallucinogenic effects of tropolisine had been found, allowing Humans to settle the planet. ("In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II", personnel file)
  • Yridium Bicantizine
Yridium bicantizine was a chemical compound that was used as one of the active ingredients in ketracel-white. It could be synthesized by breaking down tri-nucleic fungi. (DS9: "Statistical Probabilities")
  • Acetylcholine
  • Adrenal-4
Adrenal-4 was a Federation medicine that was taken in liquid form and was used as a treatment for depression. In the year 2267, Katholin Arwen was administered Adrenal-4 to combat her depression aboard the Wanderer. (TOS novel: The Galactic Whirlpool)
  • Alkysine
  • Analeptic
  • Cortical Analeptic
  • CPK Enzymatic Therapy
  • Desegranine
Desegranine is a drug used by the Cardassian Obsidian Order to help their undercover operatives regain the memories of their original lives. As part of Iliana Ghemor's mission to infiltrate the Bajoran Resistance, it was planned she would be injected with desegranine to restore her memories. (DS9 novel: Fearful Symmetry) In 2371, Corbin Entek had Kira Nerys administered with desegranine, although he knew that as she was not actually Iliana Ghemor it would have no effect on her. (DS9 episode: "Second Skin")
  • Endorphin Stimulator
The endorphin stimulator was a chemical compound administered by Federation doctors in the 23rd century to stimulate the human bodies natural pain-killer, the endorphin. (TOS novel: The Klingon Gambit)
  • Hypnosis
  • Lexorin
  • Neural Paralyzer
  • Neuromuscular Adaptation
  • Norepinephrine (norep)
  • Pentathnol
Pentathnol (also known as truth dope) was a type of drug that was used in the 23rd century to induce narcosynthesis in a patient. In 2266, Captain James T. Kirk wanted Dr. Leonard McCoy to give Professor Robert Crater a dose of pentathnol so that he could interogate him, and identify what Crater knew about the M-113 creature. (TOS - Star Trek 1 novelization: The Unreal McCoy)
  • Phenylpromazine
Phenylpromazine is a potent antipsychotic drug used in the 24th century. Ellen Pointer stole a vial of phenylpromazine from her husband Kevin's office for a planned suicide attempt. (NF - No Limits short story: "Alice, on the Edge of Night")
  • Psychotectic Therapy
  • Psychotropic Drug
  • Sodium Pentathol
  • Synaptizine
  • Theragen
  • Trianoline
  • Veritrax 12
Veritrax 12 was a truth serum used by a faction of the Scavengers that were formerly members of the Terran Imperial Starfleet and by 2376 had been trapped in the Vorsoth Forge. In particular, in that year, Doctor Kreege asked Ensign Alexander Munro/Alexandria Munro, who was disguised as a member of the Terran crew, to bring him the blue hypospray containing Veritrax 12 to be used on Telsia Murphy who was being interrogated in sickbay, after she had been captured when she stole isodesium. Munro entered the the lab and instead took the red hypospray containing Solinol, and knocked out the doctor with it. (VOY video game: Elite Force)
  • Adrenaline
  • Antiproton Radiation Treatment
  • Arithrazine
  • Chronexaline
  • Hyronalin
Hyronalin (also spelled hyronalyn or hyronaline) was a drug used to treat radiation poisoning, used during the 23rd and 24th centuries. It had been a standard treatment for radiation poisoning since the late 2100s decade. (TOS episode: "The Deadly Years"; ST website: StarTrek.com)


  • Dexalin
    • Immediately heals all damage from drowning and asphyxiation. Useful in the treatment of oxygen deprivation and life support systems failure. Dr. Crusher used an unspecified dosage of this drug on two J'naii survivors of the lost shuttle Taris Murn ("The Outcast" [TNG]).
  • Pulmozine
    • Pharmaceutical used to stimulate breathing in a patient having respiratory difficulties. ("Favourite Son" [VOY]). Administered to treat conditions caused by inhalation of noxious fumes. ("Basics, Part I" [VOY]).
  • Tri-ox compound
    • Increases subject's stamina to resist fatigue due to thin air; also halves damage from asphyxiation taken after injection; Medication used to help a humanoid patient breathe more easily in a thin or oxygen-deprived atmosphere. When Kirk faced hand-to-hand combat with Spock on Vulcan in 2267, McCoy said he would administer tri-ox to Kirk to help him compensate for the thin Vulcan atmosphere. However, McCoy gave Kirk a neural paralyzer. ("Amok Time" [TOS]). McCoy also administered triox in "The Tholian Web" (TOS). Lieutenant Tuvok administered a tri-ox compound in 2373 to the passengers of an orbital tether carriage. ("Rise" [VOY]).
  • Anoleptic
Relieves pain from wounded subject. The Malon use analeptic compound injections to counter the freighter blight, but while the treatment keeps them alive it does not prevent skin scarring ("Rise"[VOY]).
  • Anphedrin
Anphedrin was a type of drug known to Federation science. Anphedrin was commonly used as a medicine to awaken a subject who was being analyzed by the procedure of a 23rd century Sigmund booth. (TOS novel: Vulcan!)
  • Benjisidrine
Benjisidrine was a medicine, a drug administered by doctors in the 23rd century. In the year 2268, Dr. Leonard McCoy administered benjisidrine to the Klingon Captain Kalan to stabilize him before he went into a state of shock. (TOS novel: The Klingon Gambit)
  • Borathium
An experimental rybotherapy medication developed by Dr. Toby Russell as a potential replacement for leporazine and morathial. The drug was still in an experimental stage in 2368 when Russell used it unsuccessfully to treat a crash victim from the transport ship Denver. Dr. Beverly Crusher believed that Russell's use of borathium, in that case, was a violation of medical ethics, since conventional leporazine therapy might have been effective.("Ethics"[TNG]).
  • Cortolin
Removes stun effect; similar to netlinaline; Used on station Deep Space 9. Used to treat a wound inflicted by a compressor beam weapon ("Necessary Evil" [DS9]).
  • Leporazine
Removes stun effect. A resuscitative drug; used aboard Federation starships ("Ethics" [TNG]).
  • Morathial Series
Series A drug used to treat neural metaphasic shock when a patient's blood pressure is too low to use the standard remedy, leporazine. But Dr. Russell assumed a severely injured U.S.S. Denver survivor in triage aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise was a lost cause and tried borathium, her new rybotherapy -- incensing Dr. Crusher when the patient inevitably died ("Ethics" [TNG]).
  • Netinaline
    • Used to waken a patient from unconsciousness. Stimulant used in a 2-cc dose when reviving the Vhnori Ptera from her "afterlife" ("Emanations" [VOY]).
  • Quadroline
Quadroline was an emergency resuscitative drug used on Malcor III to treat cardiac arrhythmias. In 2367, Tava administered fifteen octares of quadroline to William T. Riker at the Sikla Medical Facility. (TNG: "First Contact")
  • Trinephedrine
Trinephedrine was a resuscitative drug. In 2154, Jonathan Archer injected forty units of trinephedrine directly into Hoshi Sato's heart through a hypodermic needle when she went into oligemic shock. (ENT: "Observer Effect")
  • Ambizine
Ambizine was a substance, a type of drug used as a sedative medicine by Starfleet doctors in and around the Federation in the late 24th century. In 2372, Beverly Crusher gave William T. Riker a dose of ambizine. (TNG - Slings and Arrows eBook: That Sleep of Death)
  • Adozine
Adozine was a type of sedative drug that was used in the Federation in the 24th century. In the year 2377, Aylam Edeen had Michael Ingbar give Ro Laren ten ccs of adozine to help her sleep. (DS9 novel: Warpath)
  • Anesthizine
Lightly stuns subject 1-5 minutes per dose. This is an inhalant (gas) that can be used as a general an aesthetic, but is more often used by Security as an intruder control measure. A concentration of 70 parts per million is more than enough to render humanoids unconscious. It has also been used as a crowd control agent and to subdue dangerous persons ("The Hunted" [TNG]).
  • Axonol
Axonol was a sedative medicine used by the Federation and Starfleet. One use was for psychiatric patients. It could also be dispersed in gaseous form, as a crowd-control anesthetic. According to his medical file, Spock's physician recommended that he be treated with axonol, as well as dylamadon, melorazine, tetrovaline, and cortropine, when he had himself admitted to the psychiatric ward of Starbase 5. (DIS: "Point of Light") On the USS Prometheus, it was one of three agents recommended for use at the behest of the Emergency Medical Hologram Mark II, the other two being anesthezine and neurozine. (VOY: "Message in a Bottle")
  • Duraxalamine
Duraxalamine is a sedative drug used in the 24th century. Ellen Pointer stole a vial of duraxalamine from her husband Kevin's office for a planned suicide attempt. (NF - No Limits short story: "Alice, on the Edge of Night")
  • Dylamadon
Dylamadon was a sedative that could simulate death in an individual. According to his medical file, Spock's physician recommended that he be treated with dylamadon, as well as axonol, melorazine, tetrovaline, and cortropine, when he had himself admitted to the psychiatric ward of Starbase 5. (DIS: "Point of Light") In 2369, Counselor Deanna Troi was given dylamadon in order to trick Ves Alkar into breaking his detrimental psychological link with her. (TNG: "Man of the People")
  • Hypno-sedative
A hypno-sedative was a class of drugs and treatments, a type of anesthesia used by Federation science in the 23rd century. A hypno-sedative was administered to lightly sedate a patient so that they were more susceptible to hypnosis. In 2274, Doctor Christine Chapel considered the possibility that the Imperator of Zeta-Atez Dykranus was being given hypno-sedatives that compelled him to take frequent naps. Leonard McCoy agreed that the symptoms fit. Both were unaware that he hid the true cause of his symptoms, genetic bicephaly. (TOS comic: "Heads of State")
  • Improvoline
Medicine used as a calmative. Not to be confused with inaprovaline, which is a cardio-stimulant. ("Basics, Part II"[VOY])
  • Kayolane
Sedates subject; lightly dazes subject. This pharmaceutical causes immediate unconsciousness and the patient will remain asleep for 1-6 hours. Artificially generated by aliens. Beverly Crusher inoculates Leijten with kayolane after the latter's blood chemistry changes and after she exhibits strange behaviour ("Identity Crisis"[TNG]).
  • Melorazine
Melorazine is a sedative drug used by Starfleet medical personnel in the 24th century. This pharmaceutical causes immediate unconsciousness. The patient will remain asleep for 3-8 hours. Dr. Elizabeth Lense prepared to distribute doses of concentrated melorazine to the crew of the USS da Vinci during the crisis at Galvan VI in 2376, to provide the option of a peaceful death prior to the anticipated violent destruction of the ship. (SCE eBook: Wildfire, Book 2)("Man of the People" [TNG]).
  • Merfadon
A Cardassian sedative that was given to Kira by Silaran Prin, but counteracted by the makara herbs she had taken ("The Darkness and the Light" [DS9]).
  • Mexhohexital
Mexhohexital was a drug in use on Earth during the early 21st century. In 2004, Loomis stole some mexhohexital from a blood bank at which he worked to sedate his victims, whom he was delivering to the Xindi-Reptilians for whom he was working. (ENT: "Carpenter Street")
  • Morpheus-Nine
Morpheus-Nine was a gas, a type of anesthesia. Morpheus-Nine was used in the intruder control systems of Federation starships in the late 23rd century. In 2277, James T. Kirk sent Morpheus-Nine through the USS Enterprise's ventilation system to knock out ship's personnel. Most of them had become infected with a phytoplankton bacteria from Marris V and needed to be subdued before they could be cured. (TOS - Star Trek II Short Stories short story: "Wild Card")
  • Solinol
Solinol was a tranquilizer used by a faction of the Scavengers that were formerly members of the Terran Imperial Starfleet and by 2376 had been trapped in the Vorsoth Forge. In particular, in that year, Doctor Kreege asked Ensign Alexander Munro/Alexandria Munro, who was disguised as a member of the Terran crew, to bring him the blue hypospray containing Veritrax 12 to be used on Telsia Murphy who was being interrogated in sickbay, after she had been captured when she stole isodesium. Munro entered the the lab and instead took the red hypospray containing Solinol, and knocked out the doctor with it. (VOY video game: Elite Force)
  • Sonambutril
Sonambutril was a strong sedative used for medical purposes. It was in use during the mid-22nd century. When Hoshi Sato and Trip Tucker caught a strain of a silicon-based virus in 2154, Phlox ordered them to use sonambutril after Sato was able to escape confinement. The sedative was able to knock out both officers for a long period of time. (ENT: "Observer Effect")
  • Tetrovaline
Tetrovaline was a sedative medical drug used to knock a person unconscious. One side effect was a lowered immune response.
  • Adrenaline
Adrenaline (C9H13O3N), also known as epinephrine, was a hormone and neurotransmitter with powerful effects on the sympathetic nervous system. It was generated in the adrenal glands. As a drug, it was used to treat radiation poisoning. Although by 2267 it had been replaced in clinical use by hyronalin, an adrenaline serum was found to be effective in the treatment of an unknown radiation left over by particles originating from a comet that passed near Gamma Hydra IV. The radiation had caused an hyperacceleration of the aging process. (TOS: "The Deadly Years")
  • ADTH
    • A substance which may be pumped through the life support systems of a starship as a fast-acting stimulant. Lieutenant Commander Data used ADTH in the airflow at 5 parts per million to revive the remaining crew from the stun effect of the Paxans' fake wormhole ("Clues" [TNG]).
  • Animazine
    • Animazine was used in 2374 onboard the starship Voyager to prevent crew members from falling prey to the neurogenic field generated by the dream species, although, like any such medication, its effectiveness was limited. ("Waking Moments" [VOY])
  • Chloromydride
    • A cardio-stimulatory drug used where Inaprovaline was ineffective or may cause allergic reactions. It is usually used in concert with cardiac and neural stimulators for additional benefits ("Ethics" [TNG]).
  • Clarinoxamine
Clarinoxamine was a type of medicinal drug that could be used to help chemically stimulate norepinephrine levels in a vulcanoid lifeform. This substance was once administered to Sarek. (TLE novel: Excelsior: Forged in Fire)
  • Cordafin
Pharmaceutical Cadet Tim Watters abused cordafin in2 374 while serving as captain of the U.S.S. Valiant, possibly contributing to errors in judgment that led to the death of his crew and the destruction of the spacecraft. ("Valiant" [DS9])
  • Cordrazine
Cordrazine was a strong chemical stimulant created on Earth in 1987. It is classified as a "autonomic nervous system stimulant" by Starfleet Medical. Powerful stimulant which is used to revive patients quickly. Not recommended unless in an emergency situation. Dosage- 2-5ccs, lethal at 12ccs. - A powerful stimulant that will usually revive a stunned or unconscious patient completely. Cordrazine is "tricky stuff" - overdose can lead to delusional paranoia, and the drug is addictive. It was originally used in cryogenic laboratories to stimulate production of epinephrine and norepinephrine in the Human brain, allowing nerve transmission to be restored to the frozen body. (TOS reference: Star Fleet Medical Reference Manual) By the 24th century, a more potent form of cordrazine had been developed, tricordrazine. (TNG episode: "Ethics")
  • Corophizine
Corophizine is a drug that is used to prevent infection. The Bajorans use corophizine in their hyposprays. (DS9 video game: The Fallen) In 2369, Julian Bashir gave Miles O'Brien thirty ccs of corophizine to avoid secondary infection when O'Brien was suffering from a fever. (DS9 episode: "Babel") In 2375, Neelix gave Seven of Nine corophizine. (VOY short story: "Closure")
  • Cortropine
Cortropine was a strong stimulant included in standard-issue Starfleet medkits. According to the Star Fleet Medical Reference Manual (p. 30), the stimulant cortropine, invented on Omicron Cephei VI, was similar to methamphetamine used on Earth. It was normally used to treat hyperkinesis in children and narcolepsy.
  • Dalaphaline
Dalaphaline was a systemic stimulant drug. In the 2270s, Doctor Chapel used five ccs of dalaphaline to strengthen Spock after his mind meld with V'ger, which had caused him some neurological trauma. (Star Trek: The Motion Picture)
  • Delactovine
    • A common stimulant with few side effects. It is mildly addictive.
  • Formazine
    • A common stimulant that can cause irritability with prolonged use (more than three days). Otherwise, it has the same effects as Delactovine.
  • Hyperzine
    • Cardiac stimulant. Dr. Julian Bashir ordered hyperzine when Garak suffered a cardiac arrest due to the stress related to the cranial implant in 2370. ("The Wire" [DS9])
  • Inaprovaline
    • A stimulant commonly used in Starfleet. Dr. Crusher injected it by hypospray at Worf's neck at the first sign of problems after his post-operative release from life support in 2368; a fluctuation in his isocortex was met with a 20cc dose, then 40 ccs and finally 75 ccs before she switched to 15 ccs of chlormydride. In 2366, Crusher ordered 60 ccs along with cardio stimulation as among the first treatments for the badly wounded "John Doe" to help raise his autonomic response. The same dose was given to Captain Picard when his cardiac implant was fused; a 20-cc dose was given to Dr. Reyga in vain afterhis sabotagedmetaphasic shield test.
  • Masiform D
Masiform-D is a stimulant and antitoxin developed on Omicron Eridani III. Originally used as a common stimulant, it was later found to be an antitoxin to saplin, curare, and similar drugs. A standard dosage is 10 cc. It works by enveloping the poison to prevent its absorption, while soothing and protecting the tissue. Depending on the dose, it can sometimes also help remove the poison. Its possible side effects include a feeling of stimulation, and in Vulcanoids, it can cause stomach cramps and nausea. (ST reference: Star Fleet Medical Reference Manual)
  • Netinaline
    • Pharmaceutical stimulant. Used to waken a patient from unconsciousness. ("Emanations" [VOY])
  • Neuro-stimulant
A neuro-stimulant was a drug administered to keep a patient from falling asleep. Doctor Beverly Crusher injected Commander William T. Riker with a neuro-stimulant to counteract the neuro-sedative given to him by solanogen-based lifeforms whenever they abducted him into their realm. The stimulant would keep him awake when entering their realm through a spatial rupture. It was given to him before being taken for the final time by the aliens. The Doctor had to inject him with a very high dosage, as the alien sedative was very strong and warned him that the procedure might be risky. In this case the drug did work to keep him awake without any major side effects. (TNG: "Schisms")
  • Polyadrenaline
Polyadrenaline was a synthetic version of the hormone epinephrine, also known as adrenaline. It was designed as a stimulant which could aid in the revival of a patient who had died or was near death. Dr. Beverly Crusher used twenty-five ccs of polyadrenaline to assist Worf's Klingon physiology in reviving his systems after his entire spinal column was replaced by the genetronic replicator in 2368. (TNG: "Ethics")
  • Speed
Speed was a stimulant. While discussing how a synthetic mind meld augment prodedure might jolt an unconscious person awake, Paul Stamets described it as "a psychic hit of speed." Michael Burnham had been thinking more along the lines of an adrenaline shot, but agreed with this comparison as well. (DIS: "Lethe")
  • Stokaline
    • Vitamin supplement; reduces need for food. Used to revive an unconscious or stunned patient. Extended use decreases its effectiveness. The medication was given to Spock after he put himself into a deep trance in an attempt to regain control of the Enterprise from the Kelvans in 2268 ("By Any Other Name..." [TOS]).
  • Tricordrazine
A refined version of Cordrazine that lacks the delusional paranoia side effects, but will not revive as well. It is still addictive. Tricordrazine treatment was successfully used by Dr. Pulaski to stimulate neural activity in Commander Riker when he had suffered a neural injury on an away mission on the planet Surata IV. ("Shades of Grey" [TNG]). Tricordrazine was based on cordrazine, the drug that sent McCoy on a paranoid flight in ("The City on the Edge of Forever" [TOS]) Tricordrazine was a drug that, in low dosages, could stimulate neural activity. (TNG episode: "Shades of Gray")
  • Cytotoxin
    • Biochemical substance, a poisonous by-product of cellular metabolism. Excessive levels of cytotoxins can lead to cytotoxic shock ("Nothing Human" [VOY]).
  • Cyalodin
    • The adult members of the Starnes Expedition used cyalodin in their mass suicide on planet Triacus in 2268. It kills with great pain and leaves the victim with blue splotches ("And the Children Shall Lead" [TOS]).
  • Dylamadon
    • Drug used in euthanasia for humanoid patients (Man of the People" [TNG]).
  • Nogatch
    • Hemlock Substance poisonous to humans. In 2372 there was no known cure for Nogatch Hemlock poisoning ("Death Wish" [VOY])
  • Promazine
Promazine was a substance developed by the Cardassians. The substance was used by agents of the Obsidian Order to commit suicide if captured. Promazine caused the bodies of those who ingested it to rapidly break down into dust within a few hours of death, making it impossible to identify the body. In 2375, Skrain Dukat attempted to have the members of the Cult of the Pah-wraiths commit mass suicide with promazine. Dukat intended to take a harmless substance disguised to look like a promazine pill. Because the bodies of the cultists would've broken down, it would've left the Federation to assume that he had committed suicide, and that his body was among the mounds of dust that the Federation would've discovered. This mass suicide was prevented by Kira Nerys, and the cult disbanded while Dukat was forced to flee. (DS9 episode: "Covenant")
  • Strychnine
    • A Terran alkaloid poison that acts as a stimulant for the central nervous system, and causes death ("Ship in a Bottle" [TNG]).
  • Tricyanate
    • Naturally occurring. A toxic, inorganic substance which forms pink crystals. It is difficult and expensive to synthesize. Decontamination of tricyanate requires the highly volatile hytritium.
  • Veridium Six
    • Veridium Six is a chemical substance that is used as a poison. Sometime in 2366, Klingon High Council member Duras began using Veridium Six to poison Chancellor of the Klingon High Council K'mpec in the hopes that he would be able to succeed K'mpec as Chancellor. This was despite the fact that killing in this manner was dishonorable as it allowed a Klingon to kill without showing his or her face. (TNG episode: "Reunion")
  • Voraxna
    • Dukat sent a bottle of kanar, laced with enough of this to kill a dozen Cardassians, to Ghemor's quarters. The bottle was intercepted; Sisko offered a glass to Dukat and Weyoun. Dukat refused, but Weyoun cheerfully gulped it down. ("Ties of Blood and Water" [DS9])


  • Benzocyatizine
    • Increases Trill stamina to resist disruption of symbiont-host functions; Medication used to adjust the levels of isoboramine in joined Trill. A benzocyatic regimen generally involves frequent doses of benzocyatizine. ("Equilibrium" [DS9]).
  • Desegranine
    • Increases subject ability to recover lost memories; highly effective on Cardassians. A Cardassian (Obsidian Order) drug used to reverse memory loss and/or allow blocked memories to resurface ("Second Skin" [DS9]).
  • Deuridium
    • Rare substance used by the Kobliad people to stabilize their cell structures to prolong theirlives. Ashipment of deuridium from the Gamma Quadrant was delivered to Deep Space 9 in 2369. ("The Passenger" [DS9]).
  • Makara Herb
    • Bajoran herbs, recommended during pregnancy; they help maintain progesterone levels, though they taste horrible. They also act as a counteragent against sedatives ("Looking for par’Mach in All the Wrong Places", "The Darkness and the Light" [DS9]).
  • Hexadrin
    • Medication used in the treatment of Yarim Fel syndrome ("Ties of Blood and Water" [DS9]).
  • Peridaxon
    • Palliative treatment for Irumodic Syndrome ("All Good Things..." [TNG]).
  • Ryetalyn
    • Antidote for Rigellian fever. A mineral substance needed to cure the deadly disease, Rigelian fever, that infected the crew of the Enterprise in 2269. A deposit of ryetalyn was found on a small planetoid in the Omega system which belonged to the very ancient humanoid named Flint ("Requiem for Methuselah" [TOS]).
  • Cryptobiolin
    • Artificially generated by aliens. An alien equivalent of steroids. During a check-up on Roga Danar, Beverly discovered high levels of cryptobiolin and other drugs in Danar's body ("The Hunted" [TNG]).
  • Macrospentol
    • One of several chemicals used by the Angosians during the Tarsian War to improve their soldiers, making them more effective in combat. Unfortunately, the effects of many of these drugs were irreversible ("The Hunted" [TNG])
  • Triciendidil
    • One of several chemicals used by the Angosians to "improve" their "super soldiers" ("The Hunted" [TNG]).


  • Acetylcholine
    • Biochemical substance, a neurotransmitter that promotes the propagation of electrical impulses from one nerve cell to another in carbon-based life. Julian Bashir used a medication designed to increase acetylcholine absorption to increase Melora's tensile muscular strength, thus enabling her to walk ("Melora" [DS9]). Increased amounts of acetylcholine in Harry Kim's nervous system caused him (and others in the prison camp) to exhibit erratic behaviour ("The Chute"[VOY])
  • Anetrizine
    • Anesthetizes cranial nerves heavily stunning subject for 10-60 minutes. Pharmaceutical used to anaesthetize cranial nerves, such as when Voyager's EMH treated Seven of Nine. Sometimes given to patients in the throes of hallucination to give them more control over their fantasies ("The Gift" [VOY]).
  • Alizine
    • Removes negative effects of an allergy. Used to counter an allergic reaction ("Darkling" [VOY]).
  • Anticoagulant
    • Chemical that prevents the clotting of blood. Jem'Hadar weapons are designed to leave anticoagulants in the wounds they cause so that even grazing hits can result in massive blood loss ("Change of Heart"[DS9]).
  • Anti-intoxicant
    • Medicine that is taken to allow one to drink alcoholic beverages without becoming inebriated ("Apocalypse Rising" [DS9]).
  • Antipsychotic
    • Psychotropic pharmaceutical used to reduce psychotic tendencies in sentient humanoid patients ("One" [VOY]).
  • Arithrazine
    • Greatly increases stamina against theta radiation/restores effects caused by theta radiation. Powerful pharmaceutical used to treat theta radiation poisoning. Starfleet regulations stipulate that a physician must be present whenever

arithrazine is administered. Inherpreparations forexecutingtheOmegaDirective on stardate 51781, Captain Janeway required 20 milligrams of arithrazine to inoculate againstthetaradiation. ("The Omega Directive" [VOY])

  • Cateline
    • Cateline simulates aphylactic shock. ("Darkling" [VOY])
  • Cervaline
    • Antirejection drug. In 2372, the Emergency Medical Hologram ordered cervaline to be administered to Danara Pel to fend off rejection of Klingon tissue implanted into her brain. ("Lifesigns" [VOY])
  • Coradrenaline
    • Immediately reduces damage from frostbite and hypothermia
  • Corophizine Antibiotic
    • Increases stamina to resist bacterial diseases. Corophizine was prescribed to Miles O'Brien to prevent secondary infection when he was critically ill due to the aphasia virus in 2369.

("Babel "[DS9]).

  • Cortical Analeptic
    • Pharmaceutical used to reinvigorate the tissues of the cerebral cortex. ("The Swarm" [VOY]).
  • Dalaphaline
    • Removes fatigue caused by psionic exertion
  • Deoxyribose Suspension
    • A fluid derived from deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA). J'Dan used deoxyribose suspensions to encode stolen Enterprise-D schematics into amino acid sequences, and injected them into his bloodstream, making his body an undetectable carrier of the secret information ("The Drumhead" [TNG]).
  • Dermatiraelian Plastiscine
    • Medication used to maintain the effects of cosmetic surgery. Aamin Marritza took it for five years after altering his face to that of Gul Darhe'el. ("Duet" [DS9]).
  • Formazine
    • Stimulant; increases subject's health per dose; however results in mood swings
  • Genetic Resequencing Vector
    • Medical suspension formulated to shut down Borg nanoprobes as they emerge from dormancy ("The Raven" [VOY]).
  • Glucogen
    • Pharmaceutical used on Earth in the 21st century as a treatment for hypoglycaemia. ("Past Tense, Part II"[DS9]).
  • Hyronalin
    • Greatly increases stamina against radiation, heals damage caused by radiation. The standard treatment for radiation since the late 2100s. Even so, it was discarded in a special case when Dr. Leonard McCoy discovered a cure for a

hyper ageing syndrome on Gamma Hydra IV in 2267. In 2368, the drug was replicated to treat expected radiation illnesses on Gamelan V and was pumped through the shipboard ventilation system of the U.S.S. Enterprise itself when radiation levels rose while towing a leaky, radioactive garbage scow. Even then, at the rate of radiation increase, it was effective for less than an hour. Later that year, up to four hours of radiation from a cargo bay plasma fire after the Enterprise's quantum filament collision caused only temporary physical damage but still required a few days of hyronalin treatments for those affected ("Final Mission").

  • Immuno-Suppressant
    • Any of several pharmaceuticals designed to limit immune response in humanoids. Dr.Crusher used immunosuppressants in 2367 to help William Riker successfully carry the Trill symbiote, Ambassador Odan, within his body ("The Host" [TNG]).
  • Intraspinal Inhibitor
    • Intraspinal inhibitor induces paralysis. ("Darkling" [VOY]).
  • Kironide
    • Artificially generated by aliens. Induces telekinetic powers. Platonians used it to hold Enterprise crew captive and force them to perform for their amusement. McCoy synthesized the chemical so the crew could escape ("Plato's Stepchildren" [TOS]).
  • Lexorin
    • Increases subject's ability to overcome psionic effects; halves effects of fatigue or wounds to intellect. A neurotransmitter inhibitor. This drug temporarily diminishes intelligence, but each dose also makes psychic and psionic intrusions harder. Lexorin can also calm excited or agitated patients. In greater dosages than 3 in 24 hours, the patient also begins to lose manual dexterity, as the Central Nervous System begins to lose control of voluntary functions. Lexorin is mildly addictive and causes the patient to feel overconfident and happy.
  • Metorapan
    • Treatments Regenerative treatment for fracture patients. Wesley Crusher was allergic to metorapan. ("The First Duty" [TNG]).
  • Neodextraline Solution
    • Liquid medication administered intravenously for the treatment of severe dehydration. ("Ex Post Facto" [VOY]).
  • Neural Paralyzer
    • Medication that can cause a cessation of heartbeat and breathingina humanoid patient, creating the appearance of death. If such a patient receives medical treatment in time, a full recovery is possible. McCoy injected Kirk

with neural paralyzer during Spock's Pon Farr in 2267, making it possible for Spock to win his fight with Kirk without actually killing his commanding officer. ("Amok Time" [TOS]).

  • Norepinephrine
    • Hormone produced by the adrenal glands. Norepinephrine is chemically similar to adrenaline and is used medicinally to treat shock. ("The Thaw" [VOY]).
  • Ovarian Resequencing Enzyme
    • Complex organic compounds used in medical fertility treatments. In 2374, Dr. Julian Bashir used ovarian resequencing enzyme therapy to make it possible for Jadzia Dax and Worf to have a child ("Tears of the Prophets" [DS9]).
  • Psilosynine
    • Neurotransmitter chemical used for telepathy by the brains of telepathic species, such as Betazoids. While working with the Cairn diplomatic delegation in 2370, the telepathic demands on Ambassador Lwaxana Troi were so great that her psilosynine level was depleted. ("Dark Page"[TNG]) U.S.S. Enterprise D Chief Medical Officer Beverly Crusher manufactured a psilosynine inhibitor for Deanna Troi in 2370 during her investigation into Daniel Kwan's death. The inhibitor lessened the number of telepathic images Deanna received. ("Eye of the Beholder" [TNG]). The drug was given to Troi during her prolonged hallucination in that episode.
  • Psychotropic Drug
    • A Cardassian drug used to improve their soldiers by enhancing their natural xenophobic fears ("Empok Nor" [DS9]).
  • Polyadrenaline
    • Synthetic pharmaceutical based on the humanoid hormone epinephrine. ("Ethics" [TNG]).
  • Polynutrient Solution
    • Restorative formula given to patients suffering from malnutrition. ("The Ascent" [DS9]).
  • Quadroline
    • An emergency drug used on planet Malcor III. ("First Contact" [TNG]).
  • Retinax V
    • Used to treat people with poor eyesight. Restores rental acuity. One dose of 50ccs recommended. Medication sometimes prescribed to near-sighted patients in the 23rd century ([STII: TWOK]).
  • Retroviral Vaccine
    • Attenuated retroviral compounds, used for preventative inoculation. These vaccines can be combined with other components to create a biogenic weapon. ("Pre-emptive Strike" [TNG]).
  • Serotonin
    • Biochemical substance that serves as a central neurotransmitter in humanoid nervous systems. The addictive Ktaran game initiated a serotonin cascade in the frontal lobe of the brain. ("The Game"[TNG]).
  • Stenophyl
    • Powerful anti-allergen. Primary treatment of Anaphylactic Shock ("Nothing Human" [VOY]).
  • Tesokine
    • Dr. Julian Bashir gave Kira Nerys tesokine in 2372 so that the O’Brien’s' baby that she carried could metabolize Bajoran nutrients. ("Body Parts" [DS9]).
  • Theragen
    • Biochemical weapon used by the Klingon military, a nerve gas that is instantly lethal if used in pure form. Dr. McCoy prepared a diluted form of theragen mixedwith alcohol to deaden certain nerve inputs to the brain to prevent madness in the Enterprise crew caused by exposure to spatial interphase in 2268. ("The Tholian Web" [TOS]).
  • Trianoline
    • Pharmaceutical sometimes prescribed for percussive injuries. ("Caretaker" [VOY]).
  • Trioxin
    • A drug used to treat a patient with damaged lungs or oxygen deficiency ("Year of Hell, Part 2" [VOY])
  • Tripamine
    • Biochemical substance which can sometimes be detected as a residue in the cerebral cortex following a temporal shift. ("All Good Things..." [TNG]).
  • Tryptophan
    • Dr. Katherine Pulaski prescribed tryptophan-lysine distillates for the treatment of a flu virus. ("The Icarus Factor"[TNG]).
  • Vasokin
    • Experimental drug that can increase blood flow to a humanoid patient's organs. In 22 percent of cases on record as of 2371, vasokin had the side effect of causing severe damage to the subject's lungs, kidneys, heart, and even brain. In 2371 it was used to prolong the life of Vedek Bareil so he could continue peace negotiations with the Cardassians. ("Life Support" [DS9]).
  • Vertazine
    • Eliminates vertigo resulting from zero G. Medication used by Federation medical personnel to combat vertigo. ("Cause and Effect" [TNG], "Parallels" [TNG]).
  • Yridium Bicantizine
    • Active ingredient in Ketracel-White ("Statistical Probabilities" [DS9]).

ALKYSINE Used immediately after a patient suffers a neurological damage, like a spinal injury, this drug usually lessens the effects of the damage.

ANETRIZINE This injectable drug is used as a local anesthetic to either relieve localized pain or to permit localized surgery or other potentially painful medical treatment.

ARITHRAZINE Used to treat radiation poisoning by deadly theta radiation, this drug can be given after exposure as a treatment or prior to likely exposure as a preventative against radiation damage.

AXONOL This gaseous anesthetic rapidly renders patients unconscious and is sufficiently safe that it can also be used as a crowd control agent to quell riots by safely knocking the rioters unconscious. Both anesthizine and neurozine are very similar drugs that can be used for the same purposes.

CERVALINE An antirejection drug used to prevent rejection of transplanted tissue. To prevent a patient’s body from rejecting a transplant, this drug must be given every few hours throughout the entire healing process.

CORDRAZINE This powerful stimulant is used for patients experiencing cardiac arrest, to revive unconscious or comatose patients, or to stabilize patients who had come in contact with a dangerously powerful chemical that is depressing their metabolism. A more powerful version called tricordrazine is also widely used. An overdose of cordrazine can temporarily produce both delusions and violent paranoia.

COROPHIZINE An antibiotic often used to prevent secondary infections caused by other illnesses.

CORTOLIN This drug helps restore normal breathing functions in humanoids who have stopped breathing due to injury.

DERMALINE This drug can be administered either as an injection or a gel applied to the patient’s skin. It is used to treat first and second-degree burns.

DYLOVENE A broad-spectrum antitoxin that is commonly used when someone has been poisoned by an unknown substance.

HYDROCORTILINE A common pain medication often used for headaches.

HYRONALIN This drug is used as a general treatment for radiation poisoning other than that caused by theta radiation. It can be given by injection both prior to exposure as a preventative and afterwards as a treatment. In gaseous form, it can safely be used to treat large number of humanoids simultaneously by introducing it into a starship’s or building’s air supply.

LECTRAZINE This drug is used to stabilize humanoid cardiovascular and renal systems. When given in combination with hyronalin it provides enhanced protection against radiation.

TRI-OX COMPOUND This common drug is injected to allow humanoids to function more comfortably and safely in low oxygen environments. It works by releasing oxygen directly into the patient’s bloodstream. Each injection provides additional oxygen to the patient for up to an hour or two.