Michael Jackson’s Daily Cocktail: Can’t Stop ‘Till You Get Enough

Posted by | June 27, 2009 11:52 | Filed under: Top Stories

Looks like the King of Pop was the King of Popping Pills, says the New York Post.

In addition to the mind-bending painkiller Demerol that the “King of Pop” took three times a day, he also took 3 milligrams of the overwhelming narcotic Dilaudid as well as Vicodin daily.


To add to the reality-altering effect of Demerol, Jackson also took a drug called Vistaril, which amplifies the narcotics’ effect, experts say.


Rounding out the staggering pharmacopia, Jackson scarfed down the muscle relaxant Soma, antidepressants Zoloft and Paxil, anti-anxiety drug Xanax and the heartburn medication Prilosec on a daily basis, a source close to the Jackson family told the British paper The Sun.


Jackson’s history of health problems included lupus and vitiligo, a condition that causes loss of skin pigmentation.  He called his Demerol injections “health tonic.”  The big question now is, what will be the fate of Michael Jackson’s doctor, Conrad Murray?

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