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Balance - see Chlordiazepoxide.

Baogin - see Diazepam.

Barbital (diethyl barbituric acid) - Brand names include Medinal, Veronal.

Barpil - see Buspirone Hydrochloride.

Beneficat - see Trazodone.

Benpine - see Chlordiazepoxide.

Benzodiapin - see Chlordiazepoxide.

Benzodiazepam - a BDZ medication.

Benzopin - see Diazepam.

Bespar - see Buspirone Hydrochloride.

Best - see Diazepam.

Betapam - see Diazepam.

Bimaran - see Trazodone.

Biron - see Buspirone Hydrochloride.

Bonatranquan - see Lorazepam.

Bonton - see Lorazepam.

Britazepam - see Diazepam.

Brofaromine - an MAOI medication. Brand names include Consonar.

Bromazepam - a benzodiazepine medication. Brand names include Lexotan.

Bromine - a bromide compound commonly used as a sedative in the late 19th century.

Bupropion SR - a norepinephrine and dopamine inhibitor. Used to treat depression and nicotine addiction, and possibly also weight loss. Brand names include Wellbutrin, Zyban.

Busirone - see Buspirone Hydrochloride.

Buspar - see Buspirone Hydrochloride.

Buspirone - see Buspirone Hydrochloride.

Buspirone Hydrochloride - a medication that has an affinity for both serotonin (5-HT1A) and dopamine (D2) receptors; the mechanism of action is currently unknown. Initial adult dosage is 15 mg per day, and maximum dosage is 60 mg per day. CAUTION: Avoid MAOIs when using this medication. Brand names include Ansial, Ansiced, Ansitec, Anxinil, Anxiolan, Barpil, Bespar, Biron, Busirone, Buspar, Buspirone, Kallmiren, Narol, Nerbet, Neurosine, Normaton, Paxon, Relac, Sburol, Tutran.

The ASAP Dictionary of Anxiety and Panic Disorders