Pentamethonium Dibromide is a quarternary ammonium cation that is cadaverine with methyl groups swapped for the terminal amino hydrogens. Its bromide and iodide salts have ganglionic blocking properties and are used to treat hypertension. It functions as both an antihypertensive and a vasodilator. It comes from the remains of a cadaver. It is a ganglionic blocking drug that has been explored for hypertension management. This medicine was also employed as a supplement to atropine in the treatment of paraoxon poisoning. It was also used to treat surgical diseases.