The Peaceful Pill Handbook Series
The print edition of The Peaceful Pill Handbook on euthanasia and assisted suicide was first published in 2006.*
The online Peaceful Pill eHandbook (subscription) was first published in 2008.
This online edition is updated up to 6 times each year, ensuring that readers have access to the most up-to-date important information on euthanasia and assisted suicide developments globally.
Chapter 1 – Introduction
Chapter 2 – Suicide & the Law
Chapter 3 – The Peaceful Pill
Chapter 4 – The Exit ‘Reliability-Peacefulness’ Test
Chapter 5 – Hypoxic Death & the Exit Bag
Chapter 6 – Carbon Monoxide
Chapter 7 – Cyanide
Chapter 8 – Detergent Death
Chapter 9 – Introduction to Drugs
Chapter 10 – Drug Options – The Opioids
Chapter 11 – Drug Options – Propoxyphene
Chapter 12 – Drug Options – Amytriptyline
Chapter 13 – Drug Options – Chloroquine
Chapter 14 – Drug Options – Insulin
Chapter 15 – Drug Options – Chloral Hydrate
Chapter 16 – Drug Options – Nembutal
Chapter 17A – Availability of Nembutal
Chapter 17B – Online Scammers
Chapter 18 – Testing & Storage of Nembutal
Chapter 19 – Administration of Nembutal
Chapter 20 – The Peaceful Pill Project
Chapter 21 – The Swiss Options
Chapter 22 – Final Considerations
The print Peaceful Pill Handbook and online Peaceful Pill eHandbook are aimed at providing research and information on euthanasia and assisted suicide for the elderly, those who are seriously ill (for example with cancer or ALS & their family/ friends. The intention is to provide reliable information on euthanasia and assisted suicide.
Subscribers to the online Peaceful Pill eHandbook must be aged 50 years or over and of sound mind.
The Peaceful Pill Handbook series is published on the understanding that assisting a suicide is illegal in most western countries. Asking a loved one to help you can attract harsh penalties, including imprisonment.
However, if a person creates a plan for him/herself for the future – in the hope that it will never be needed but comforted that options exist – loved ones will be protected from the law as rational suicide (or assisted suicide as it is also known) is not a crime.
The ability to make informed decisions about all areas of one’s life is a fundamental civil right. Accurate information based on sound research is therefore of critical importance.
This is why ‘everyone deserves a peaceful death’.
* The authors use the terms ‘euthanasia’ and ‘assisted suicide’ to mean a rational adult’s ability to determine their own end of life choices, usually in the context of old age and serious illness such as cancer
** Note – the authors do not supply or deal in drugs in any way, shape or form so please do NOT ask!
Help is Available
If you feel that you do not fit the specified audience for our books, or feel that you need help, please use the phone numbers listed below:
USA: National Suicide Prevention Hotline on 1 800 273 8255.
UK: The Samaritans on 08457 90 90 90.
Australia: Lifeline on 13 11 14.
Other online resources are also available