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“When people work, their wages are not a gift, but something they have earned. But people are counted as righteous, not because of their work, but because of their faith in God who forgives sinners.”

― Romans 4:4–5

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 (e.g., nitrogen), poisons (e.g., carbon monoxide), non-prescription drugs (e.g., chloroquine), prescription drugs (e.g., insulin and the opiates), and former prescription drugs (e.g., barbiturates). The book details lawful means of obtaining, administering the drugs, as well as other peripheral issues such as drug storage, shelf life, and disposal. The Swiss assisted suicide services also covered some topics in detail—namely, the writing of wills, advance directives, issues of determining testamentary, and decision making capacity.

⚠️ Please beware, older versions of the PPeH may contain out-of-date information for Nembutal vendors.

Nembutal scams are very common. Scammers may also attempt to switch documents, putting their own email addresses in place of legitimate addresses. This may be done after people have come to trust a given link. Do not trust emails or contact information in these documents, even a single letter from an email is enough to fool people into being scammed.