As known by the whole Voluntary Euthanasia Population (Movement )The Peaceful Pill Handbook is a book setting out information on Physician assisted suicide and voluntary euthanasia. First ever editions were published in the U.S. in 2006 and was written by the Australian doctor Philip Nitschke and lawyer Fiona Stewart. In 2008 the online version was launched .
The Peaceful Pill Handbook is a comprehensive reference describing practical methods of self-deliverance and rating each method for its reliability, peacefulness, and availability (the authors’ RPA Test). It covers legality and privacy, the use of inert gas, inorganic salts, poisons, prescription drugs, and traveling to Switzerland and all other information which concerns Voluntary Assisted Suicide . It also includes discussion of methods being developed by Exit’s R&D arm, such as the Sarco, a capsule for using nitrogen without a bag. The electronic version regularly provides updates and new developments.
NOTE: The peaceful pill Handbook . The book is titled after Australian Physician Dr Phillip Nitschke and Dr Jesse Fiona Stewart with article calling for something like a peaceful pill to be provided by doctors to those over a certain age so that they could choose to end their lives when and how they chose.
Final Exit Network recommends The Peaceful Pill Handbook as a unique and valuable source of information.It provides all you need to know and reliable places where you can get the various Exit medications online , or physically and also the conditions under which to get them .
This book isn’t for the faint hearted and it is something you have to believe in. If you don’t then you may well find it offensive. I would assume that people who purchase this will know what the contents of the book are about. For me it gives me a sense of being in control of my future just to have the booked tucked away. I had previously read this book about 4 years ago but like knowing that I now have my own copy as I am unable to obtain the “e-copy” from Exit International as you have to be over 50 or terminally ill. It gives you very informed guidance as to pros and cons of various different methods and I have to say that sadly I have first hand knowledge of this book being used in a successful way. I strongly agree that we should have choice as to when we want to leave this world in a peaceful, controlled way.