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Peaceful Pill Handbook[edit]

The Peaceful Pill Handbook is a book setting out information on assisted suicide and voluntary euthanasia. Strategies covered by the books include: the use of gases (such as nitrogen), poisons such as carbon monoxide, non-prescription drugs such as chloroquine, prescription drugs such as insulin and the opiates and former prescription drugs such as the barbiturates. The book details lawful means of obtaining and administering the drugs and other peripheral issues such as drug storage, shelf life and disposal. The Swiss assisted suicide services are also covered in detail, as are issues such as the writing of wills, advance directives and issues of determining testamentary and decision making capacity.

Please be aware, older versions of the PPeH will contain out of date information for Nembutal vendors.

Peaceful Pill Handbook:

Peaceful Pill eHandbook (Oct-2018):

Peaceful Pill eHandbook (May-2018):

Peaceful Pill eHandbook (Dec-2017):

Peaceful Pill eHandbook (Oct-2016):