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  • So yeah, this is my official kick thread. I will probably be checking back in frequently in attempts to keep myself sane. This is my first time documenting my experience and I hope it will serve as a reinforcing method to keep me from relapsing.

    Background: I have been using opiates for 7 years, with year number 4 being a bit problematic and now year number 7 being even more problematic than number 4.

    I kicked rather easy in year number 4 with a lotta booze and a vacation t

  • So yeah, this is my official kick thread. I will probably be checking back in frequently in attempts to keep myself sane. This is my first time documenting my experience and I hope it will serve as a reinforcing method to keep me from relapsing.

    Background: I have been using opiates for 7 years, with year number 4 being a bit problematic and now year number 7 being even more problematic than number 4.

    I kicked rather easy in year number 4 with a lotta booze and a vacation t

  • Opiate WDs?

    8 years ago

    Whenever Im ON opiates such as hydros it gives me like a energetic productive-like situation or something. But Im afraid whenever I am off of it I feel depressed and less energetic.

    Caffeine does help. But I still feel depressed and emtpy..Is there something that can help this? opiate WDs SUCK BALLS....Your blood pressure goes sky high, you have night sweats, then your freezing, then your hot, then cold again, and I feel just depressed....

    Can I get some pill from a GNC store

  • Never seen this posted anywhere, but would a serriously high tollerance to DXM introduce a higher tollerance to opiates?

    This could be a rediculous question, I don't know. I don't know anything about chemistry, but I do know DXM has caused false possitives for opiates before (on my own piss tests) and that Alexander Shulgin wrote "DXM is legally considered a synthetic opiate". So my question is, does my unbelievable tollerance to DXM also create a much higher tollerance to op

  • I know that excessive consumption of poppy seeds can lead to false positives of opiate usage. But has drug testing developed to the point where individual opiates--vidodin, morphine, ect.--can be determed, or would they all be simply appear as opiates?

  • I came across this article... I have a feeling this is complete bullshit. Tell me if its true.. It came from

    http://www.thatspoppycock.com/articles/2006_11_29_otc_ops.htm

    heres the article:

    Over-the-counter opiates used to stop diarrhea and maybe ease withdrawal
    by Chris Strosser
    11/29/06

    Discussion: http://www.thatspoppycock.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=20


    Did you know that opiates (http://www.thats

  • 1. Whats your age and your geographical location?
    21, Detroit, MI

    2. What is your experience with opiates, which ones do you use?
    First opiate experience was Heroin when I was 16. Have tried various opiates since then, I currently use Oxycontin.

    3. How often do you use opiates?
    About every weekend, sometimes during weekday nights after work when I'm stressed.

    4. Why do you use opiates?
    They make me feel the way I want to feel, I don't know I can't reall

  • Ok, I am starting this thread inorder to get some feedback before making important decisions for myself about going through treatment for HepC. Hopefully, the info that gathers here will be helpful to others as well. I think that most of the info may be similar for those going through chemo or HIV treatments.

    My situation: Forgive the detail I give here. I have never properly introduced myself on Opiophile (that I can remember) so this is a bit of a bio. I am currently clean after yea

  • Editor's Note: I merged this thread with the new and improved opioid potenation thread so that I could archive them both together. This post has the original, the modified one is below.
    -Aces

    Just in case anyone is looking for it or had it bookmarked on totse and can no longer find it. This is not mine, but I took it from N0 W4RN1NG's post from BLTC on totse. It's straight copypasta'd.

    ================================================== ======

    Hi BLTC!

  • One sentiment I've noticed on this board more than a few times is that alcohol is a worse drug than opiates; that alcoholism is more damaging than opiate use/addiction. While I don't necessarily disagree with this, it got me wondering.

    How many members here actively use opiates, but abstain from alcohol? I would be surprised if there were that many, but I could be wrong. And if you do use opiates but not alcohol, why?

    And on a side note, I'm doing a Dry July this month. An Aust

  • 1. Whats your age and your geographical location?
    Age: 21. Location: Ohio, USA.

    2. What is your experience with opiates, which ones do you use?
    First opiate I ever used was hydrocodone, some Vicodin-ES 7.5's to be exact. Stuck to smaller-scale opiates like Vicodin, Percocet, and Tramadol through high school -- occasionally running into Oxycontin. By the time I went to my first semester of college it was all about Oxy's and stayed on Oxy's for another year, doing H when I couldn'

  • so I've posted a little about this before and also how it is used to alleviate withdrawal symptoms. unfortunately my ex stole the CES I built. there are schematics online if anyone is interested just reply and ask. technically CES requires a prescription in the US. oh and let me state in advance, THIS HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH ECT!!! I knew I wasn't nuts and now I stumbled onto some actual research on it.
    check out these studies:
    The effects of transcranial electrical stimulation on opiate-

  • I wanted to ask if someone had noticed that while being opiate-dependent is impossible -almost for me- to get a cold/flu or even feel the symptoms.

    Maybe I had but because of the opiate (heroin most of the time, or buprenorphine nowadays -ORT-) effects quit the symptoms of the flu, -or maybe the body is too intoxicated with drugs that don't allow influenza grow =D- I don't know, but that is what I've realised in my more of 4 years of opiate use, I've never had a cold/flu while on opia

  • I've gathered information from all over the web to help me in getting through the w/d's...I've never had the self-discipline to taper, so if you're like me, you may find this information useful. Feel free to correct an misinformation, mistakes or methods not worthwhile. I've collected info abt both acute withdrawals, and those dreaded PAWS. You may have seen this info elsewhere, as much of it is cut and paste, but perhaps my endless hours of collection can save you time and energy!

  • I stopped posting on and browsing these forums about six-seven weeks ago when I had a plan to quit underway. I was a heavy IV user, at the time I quit I had been up to 20-25 bags/day for several months, and I no longer got high anymore. I only got well, and what was strange was that no matter how good the dope was or how much I shot, I was incapable of getting high. Many bundles were wasted chasing nothingness. My life was unmanageable, I had hurt everyone around me and was close to ge

  • Hey guys, I was wondering out of all of us who are currently addicted, dependent or just 'experimenting' with opiates, how many of you have a family history of opiate addiction?

    Personally, I have lots of it in my family... My uncle on my moms side of the family was a heroin addict for a decade, and is now gobbling down oxycontin, norcos, methadone, and morphine...

    My other Uncle on my mom's side is a pain-pill head, not as bad as the other uncle though....

    My mother u

  • Hi all, my name is the Norwegian "Gunnarson", not "gun arson", but I think it's too late to fix that.
    I am from Minnesota, male, 42 years old.

    This is my first post.

    Anyway, this is going to be my record of my experience quitting hydrocodone, 5/500's. I have averaged 40 mg, or 8 pills per day for the past ten years.

    There were times that I would take 75mg, or 15 pills per day, but generally I wouldn't take more than prescribed per 24-hour period

  • I'm 18 and severely dependent on opiates (~80mg of Dilaudid 1-4 times per day [snorted]) for the last few years and have been abusing opiates recreationally since I was 12 and physically dependent since the age of 14. However I have a very strange set of withdrawals that from what I've been able to find searching the forums and google and what not. I do not experience the "flu-like" symptoms but rather:

    - SEVERE lower back pain, insomnia, bad joint pains, depression, no motiva

  • About a year or so ago my friend told me his mom had a bottle of 50mg Demerol pills. I was very excited as I had done other opiates before but never Demerol. One night when we were at his place he gave me 4 to try I had two right away and didn't feel anything after 40 minutes or so so I had the other ones with some water. That night I still didn't feel much except a mellow relaxation but not much of anything else. A few days later I went to his place and we were ready to get stoned on it. We dec

  • Suboxone and Opiates

    8 years ago

    so my doc is making very sure i know before he puts me on suboxone that if i use opiates, i will od and die

    is he being 100% honest or is he just making sure he scares me straight? used subutex before, the one w/o naltrexone (sp?) but since that didnt work he wont do it again

    is it all opiates, or only strong ones (morph, herion, etc)

    im just making sure i have all the facts straight

  • I really didn't know how to search for this. Writing "opiate withdrawal" into the search engine brings up throngs of threads. If this has been asked before, then I apologize.

    Say someone takes breaks regularly from using opiates but for one reason or another ended up taking them continuously for a month or so. Said person stops after realizing how long it has been, and goes trough withdrawal.

    Now, we know that taking a recreational dose on, say, day 2 of withdraw

  • Well, I remember hearing somewhere that low doses of DXM with your opiates can greatly reduce the amounts of opiates/oids you need to get desired effect... Anyone got any first hand exp on this? Like tkaing 50mg DXM with 80mg Oxy(with a tolerance), would that make the oxy more effective???

    I also remember reading about someone(might have even been this forum) that had a script bottle of pills that were like 30mg DXM, 80mg Oxycodone in off-white colored capsules... It looked like an ove

  • 1. Whats your age and your geographical location?
    18 United Kingdom - SE London

    2. What is your experience with opiates, which ones do you use?
    Started with codeine,tramadol. Progressed onto poppy tea ( my first love/addiction) then oxycontin. From there I progressed to bupe, then diconal (DOC) , morphine, methadone and heroin

    3. How often do you use opiates?
    At least every week, usually when I can afford them.

    4. Why do you use opiates?
    untr

  • I know I am probably in the wrong site BUT I cannot get or find any info on the MS site. Hope someone here will know something because the problem here is horrific chronic intractable pain brought on apparently by neuropathy and L45 disc+ some arthritis in the spine. Even though I also am a chronic pain patient, my brother has been horribly suffering for 18 months. So far he has been on Neurontin, Lyrica, Baclafen, and Nortriptyline. The pain is worse at night and he gets no deep sleep. The Nort

  • With opiates being so damn expensive now, and damn near impossible to find, what are some OTC ways to strengthen the high. I want to get the best bang for my buck, and somebody must know some tricks to safely do this. I have experience with opiates, and I usually take 40mgs throughout the night. Thanks for all responses.

  • I am available to talk, if need be, with anyone who is trying to quit using opiates. I've been down that road, and I know what it's like to quit.\

    I also might be able to help you make the withdrawal easier on you, with some tricks and practices I have amassed.

    So, to anyone trying to quit opiates, feel free to PM me for info, or, perhaps just to chat.

    Sorry to post such a small thread, but we need something like this in our drug forum.

    Perhaps we can

  • ** Used Search and came up with vague results **

    I am not too big of a user of opiates, although I enjoy the occasional vicodin (and perc when I can get it). Used to take a lot of Hydrocodone but I did not do many other drugs at that time.

    I'm wondering how hydrocodone and other opiates will smooth out the comedown of cocaine. And if so - how many mg of Hydro's would you all take? I will probably take 15-20 mg or so, but I'm wondering if more is required to make things slig

  • I have been using opiates for 4-5 years now, and have detoxed from oxy, fentanyl, heroin, methadone hydrocodone, and many others. Which drugs do you think have the worse withdrawls? I know this is extemely subjective, so I am looking mostly for reponses from opiates with shorter half lives. I would also appriciate responses on withdrawling from methadone, but if so, please include your experiences with withdrawls from "traditional" opiates.

    For me, the worst is heroin, with ox

  • When I was opiate naive I took 50mg of Demerol orally and had a good rush. That was ten years ago before I had a habit. I'm currently on 80mg of methadone a day. I'm not wanting to get high off of Demerol, I was just curious.

    A few years ago when I was snorting a couple OC 80s a day I ran out and snorted some Mepergan (Demerol & Phenergan). I snorted around 3 of them, despite the burning sensation. It took some of the sickness off. Though Phenergan has always sedated me. I was unabl

  • **O-Desmethyltramadol added to the list -Thizzer 1/7/10**

    1. What is your favorite opiate/opioid ( only choose ONE)

    2. Why?




    1. Heroin.

    2. It hits you quickly, is easy to obtain, doesn't fuck with your liver as much because you don't have to swallow it, it's sedative and makes you drowsy (which I like), it's got the best "mental" high of all the opiates/opioids IMO. Like, I don't necessarily get the body high from heroin that I get fro

  • Ok, I was definitely helped in the last thread posted [special thanks for the chart, NG :)], but think I phrased the question a little off and learned of comparitive opiate potency rather than subjective value.

    So for you, the experienced users, I'll try to approach this in subjective terms, so you can help me grasp the basics:

    You're an overnight guest at a party (whatever type you see fit), and are offered by the host as much as you can ingest that night of a SINGLE opia

  • my fellow bluelighters, do you believe MXE has--if any--affinity to bind to any of the opiate receptors??
    at low doses (20-30 mgs), my pupils constrict to the size of pin-points. in addition, i get an opiate-like euphoria similar to 30mgs of oxycodone.

    thanks,
    -lacster

  • Hello all, I had a question concerning mixing opiates in general. But specifically I am interested in mixing codeine with oxy (simply because of availability).
    I read someplace that taking oxy when you already have some other opiate in you sends you into immediate withdrawal? (Or maybe that was temgesics I was reading about?) Anyway, this was a question I had primarily about mixing oxy, but I'd also like to know any other info if anybody has knowledge about oxy and morphine, or oxy and

  • Has anyone ever done this to get better? What can they do for you? I went to rehab with this Asian kid and he claimed to have gotten methadone for opiate w/d in a Kaiser Er, I've also heard they can't prescribe opiates for w/d in an ER unless there's a Suboxone doctor on call. I've been to the ER many times, once my aunt took me for being too intoxicated and she thought it was suicide, and they gave me Suboxone the next day when I asked for it but every visit after that they refuse.

  • Has anyone ever done this to get better? What can they do for you? I went to rehab with this Asian kid and he claimed to have gotten methadone for opiate w/d in a Kaiser Er, I've also heard they can't prescribe opiates for w/d in an ER unless there's a Suboxone doctor on call. I've been to the ER many times, once my aunt took me for being too intoxicated and she thought it was suicide, and they gave me Suboxone the next day when I asked for it but every visit after that they refuse.

  • Do you like drinking a caffeinated beverage with your opiate D.O.C?

    Which kind? Tea? Coffee? Soda? Energy Drink?


    Personally I like Yerba Mate'...... it's a popular tea in South America.... has a good kick but w/out the chemically/jittery feeling I get with coffee... I love the taste of coffee but it tears up my stomach.....so I stick with fresh brewed mate' in the morning, and I love sweet Iced Tea with lemon throughout the day...

    I find that the caffeine helps g

  • I was curious if anyone knows what the effects are if someone was going through ~moderate opiate withdrawal and wanted to use cocaine (sniff/snort) to help feel better.

    1- Of course coke will do nothing to tickle the (screaming) opiate receptors, but the drug does tend to make a person feel good---> better, no?

    From reading many many posts here, benzo-tranquillizers seem to be the best thing for treating WDs (besides the obvious, more opies :D ).

    If one only ha

  • Hi folks. I'm not sure if this is the right place to post this but I wasn't sure where else I should so here I am. After 3 years of being addicted to Vicodin (Norco 10/325's) I became very frustrated by the lack of options to help with withdrawal symptoms. It was either spend 30k at a detox or 5k on an in-patient hospital stay where all they did was pump me full of xanax. I looked everywhere for an alternative that could help make the WD's even tolerable.

    Well anyways, I couldn't fin

  • Hello O'philes. This should be of great help to any of you who have been sick (all of us at one point or another, LOL) because of a "not so good" self-detox, or what have you...or even those who are interested in quitting (or drastically reducing their opiate intake and tolerance).

    Okay here it is. And please take comfort in the fact that this is *the* method trusted and used within the medical community to help patients taper off their medicine *regardless* of the dosage. On

  • okay..so i plan on getting off the opiates once a-freaking-gain. ive already searched about imodium, and i know there is much controversy about how effective it is. well, if i were to get immodium (which i have), it would be to help with the uncomfort/irritation/pain of the stomach, not just the "shits" . im taking 40mgs hydro MAX daily, 30 usual, so i know my dose isnt sky-high. so yes, i am asking for help bluelighters, please anybody with PERSONAL experience with the drug, if anyone

  • okay..so i plan on getting off the opiates once a-freaking-gain. ive already searched about imodium, and i know there is much controversy about how effective it is. well, if i were to get immodium (which i have), it would be to help with the uncomfort/irritation/pain of the stomach, not just the "shits" . im taking 40mgs hydro MAX daily, 30 usual, so i know my dose isnt sky-high. so yes, i am asking for help bluelighters, please anybody with PERSONAL experience with the drug, if anyone

  • SWIM currently is experiencing really bad opiate withdrawal. He is a pretty tolerant patient while being on fentanyl patches, lortabs, and opana for PM.

    All of which were used too quickly (2 weeks before refill). This is coming at a terrible time (which has part to do with it - family planning)

    He also does has been on xanax for several years (now 3mg a day) which does not really relieve the anxiety, and tapering off it was simply very difficult.. So upping the dose of

  • I copied this from a newsletter I receive called "Dominie's Newsletter" dated November 1, 2006 written for people with Fibromyalgia, CFS, &/or M.E. Well this article could pretain to anyone in severe pain. I not only have RSD, but also Fibromyalgia & Sjogren's Syndrome. I have read concern from members here & from other websites in the past about how we, who take powerful pain medications for severe pain &/or how some of us are scared to take powerful pain medications

  • Kratom with opiates?

    8 years ago

    Does anyone ever take kratom with opiates?

    I imagine this can be pretty fun.

  • opiates in my system

    9 years ago

    Today is friday, i have done oxycontin, about 80 mg today. On monday i have to take a drug test that will measure the percent of drugs in my system. I beleieve opiates only stay in your system for 3 days am i correct??? if i fail this drug test on monday my parents sell my 35 grand lexus that i just got so i really really really need to pass. What can i do to help....am i doomed?!?!

  • Opiate Withdrawal

    11 months ago

    Sweating, shaking, restless limbs, nausea & vomiting. Unpleasant. I usually keep a decent Suboxone stash ICE, but it appears someone stole my lockbox and robbed me of my emergency meds. Benzos seem to help, slightly, and any form of speed makes it a hundred times worse.

    Any suggestions as to how I can stave off the symptoms?

    And if 'More opiates' is what you'd suggest, haha, fucker, I thought of that already.

  • Edema and opiates

    6 years ago

    Hi guys,

    over the past few days my ankles and feet (and my fingers a tad) have gotten swollen. Very swollen. it's pitting edema, the kind where when you press your fingers into your skin for a few seconds, it leaves an indentation.

    This happened one time a few months ago, it lasted a couple days and then went away. This time it's definitely worse and it's not really getting better 5 days later.

    Is there any connection with opiates? I take dilaudid and fentanyl.

  • Opiate Death

    3 years ago

    Many have overdosed on the latest and more powerful of the opiate drugs.Opana – a powerful painkiller that went on the market less than two years ago – is twice as strong as OxyContin, with a potential for addiction that rivals the prescription drug that has ravaged the lives of thousands of abusers.

    Little is yet known about the potential for Opana abuse, because of its relatively short shelf life in the pharmaceutical marketplace. Significantly more potent than morphine, itself a po

  • I just can't figure this out, do you think the adderall would make opiate WD worse by making it more intense?? or help some?? any thoughts or anyone that has had experience with this would be of great help. thanks Kim

  • :)If any opiate was readily available at any store, Do you thing that the country would e filled with junkies, or do uthink that people would use them as needed, would any of us do them, Hell have the fun is scoring? thats a interesting concept

  • So what's everyone's favorite opiate potentiator? Mine is phenergen, secondly soma, then benzos coming in third place, with alcohol being never, I had a friend who recently died doing just opies and alcohol, and he wasn't even a regular user, just a pain patient, so he took low dose opies and just had a few beers, but still managed to die.

  • RC Opiates / Opiods

    3 years ago

    There is a complete lack of opiate / sedative RC's in comparison to the various MDxx, MDx, alpha-methly-substituted variants.

    My question is why?

    Certainly there are numerous novel structures out there that can be made, but the RC market tends to keep looking for a MDMA substitute. How many stimulants does one need really? Lol.

    Aside from Methoxetamine (which is truly a gem), opiod RC's and good syntehtic downers aren't really around. Why is this?
    Will there ever

  • Does anyone have first hand xp with using ambien as a sleep aid to combat opiate-based detox insomnia? I'm about to start detoxing soon. I have only been using 60-80 mg snorted OC for 3-4 weeks. I know this isnt a "serious" addiction compared to what a lot of you guys have dealt with, but Im still pretty concerned with losing a shitload of sleep....Im a horrible sleeper to begin with (which is why I have an ambien script). Im in really intensive classes as school right now and absol

  • does anyone else crave sweets while on opiates? i swear sometimes i have to have ice cream when im on methadone.
    [ 03 November 2002: Message edited by: kristofires ]

  • does anyone else crave sweets while on opiates? i swear sometimes i have to have ice cream when im on methadone.
    [ 03 November 2002: Message edited by: kristofires ]

  • Does anybody have any information or ideas as to why diphenoxylate has all of the characteristics of other opiates (abuse potential, substitutes for others in preventing withdrawl, reduces gastric motility, depresses breathing etc) but shows no properties as an analgesic. I was under the impression that if a drug was a mu receptor agonist, then it would also have analgesic properties.

    Any insights would be appreciated

  • I've been on suboxone for about 4-5 months. I'm taking 2 to 2-1/2 8 mg. daily. I'm currently visiting my old stomping grounds and the temptations are tormenting me. Does anyone have any experience with what would happen if I were to take some methadone or do a hit of dope? I'm under the impression that nothing bad would happen, I just wouldn't feel it. Is that because buprenorphine is both an agonist and antagonist? Or because it's got Naloxone? Or both? How long would you have to be off the sub

  • Quick written poll: who uses DXM to control tolerance, as seen in trials such as the experimental drug DextroMorph, an equal combination of DXM and morphine (though that ratio isn't ideal)?

    If you do, do you do it every time? How much do you use? Do you find it works in minimizing tolerance buildup? Any tolerance "reversion" as some people have claimed? Also, anyone used ultra-low-dose naltrexone (as in ~10mcg) for similar purposes?

    I use 30mg DXM about 30 minutes

  • I've read here about the opiate potentiating effects of a high-fat meal, and I find this to be superior to any other potentiators.

    I drink A lot of poppy tea on the days I get high. It's hard to drink so much liquid so I started using peanut butter to get myself thirsty again after each cup.

    I will eat several tbsps. of peanut butter after each cup. I read the label on my particular brand and there's 17 grams of fat per tablespoon. I'm eating about 70 grams of fat after each

  • I recently discovered poppy tea and have consumed a cup of it each evening for the past ten days. Initially it made me nauseous but after a few days I found I really enjoyed the dreams I would have during the night. Although the sleep wasn't very restful I have been on holidays so it hasn't really mattered. I was well aware of the consequences of opiate addiction but somehow a cup of tea (no more) every night for no more than a week (which became ten days) seemed ok. Since I go back to work

  • As always I was sponging up information the other day when i encountered these two topics/pages that are highly relevent to many of us here who depend on opiates to maintain our physical anbd psychological well-being.

    The first and most important topic/page i want to discuss could be incredably relevent for so many people that suffer from autoimmune and psychological problems that i suggest that EVERBODY reads this site because while it may not be relevant to you youself, it will almo

  • I've only had constipation really bad on a few occassions. I find that stimulant laxatives don't give the desired effect. When it feels like your trying to shit a grapefruit, you don't want to get your intestinal muscles contracting and tearing your ass! Cos that fucking hurts!!

    Today, I tried 30mg of Milk Of Magnesia (I know a lot of people hate this stuff but I personally think it's well tasty!) and about 2 hours later I could feel some movements. I made myself an enema out of warm

  • I have a saliva drug test tomorrow. I couldn't find how long heroin stays in your system. I was planning on buying a detox kit for it but I was wondering - I have a sub script would I be able to say those came up as opiates? How long does H stay in your saliva?

  • I am well aware that everyone's body chemistry is different and in no way should my experiences be considered gospel and with that being said....

    I had a bit of a suicidal meltdown back in june and wound up in a psych ward for a few weeks and even though i was still given my normal pain meds 5- 30's a day they put me on 60 mg's of cymbalta as well as 300mg's of gabba 3x a day...

    Now when my chronic abuse of my pain meds resulted in a 2 week

  • loperamide

    9 years ago

    long acting opiate agonist and anti diarrheal OTC drug called loperamide is structurally related to methadone. the drug has aboiut a 72 hour stay in the body, the merabolites of loperamide actually build to greater amounts on the second day after dosing. with 10 opiate experienced people taking the drug only 1 described any sort of euphoria from the drug. this interests me as this 1 in 10 number is described by some as a general consistant percentage of people who experience euphoria from other

  • As I am finishing my B.A. of Psychology, and have had an interest in pharmacology during the last few years, I am now trying to determine what to do with my life.

    This has lead me to studying the mechanism by which people enter the psychological mind-state referred to as the "theta state", or hypnogogia, or as we all know it, "the Nod".

    After trying to find a definitive answer on this subject, I discovered that there a few conflicting, or rather, less-than-

  • Nubain

    6 years ago

    Classification:
    Analgesics
    Mixed Opiate Agonists/Antagonists

    Description: Nalbuphine is a synthetic opiate agonist/antagonist that is chemically related to both naloxone, a narcotic antagonist, and oxymorphone, a potent opiate agonist. Nalbuphine has analgesic activity essentially equivalent to morphine on a mg-to-mg basis. The opioid antagonist activity of nalbuphine is approximately 10-times pentazocine. Nalbuphine is used to treat moderate to severe pain associated wi

  • Welcome to the Opioid Withdrawal Megathread and FAQ!

    Introduction
    The purpose of this thread is to facilitate questions and discussion for anyone who is considering, in the midst of, or even just curious about, withdrawing from opiates. Withdrawal is no picnic, however not knowing what to expect and what can be done to help ease the pain makes it that much worse. Remember that no matter how terrible your symptoms may seem they are only temporary. Countless people have been the

  • I thought this would be helpful to all of you trying to get clean. I spent the last hour revising it, and editing it. Feel free to pass this along.

    A Guide to Opiate Withdrawal by cashtothemoney
    (w/ help from our over-the-counter friends)

    DISCLAIMER: I'm not a doctor, but I have been reading about this sort of thing extensively for a very long time. This is not medical advice, but rather my own experience which you can take from what you want. In order to be in line wi

  • I thought this would be helpful to all of you trying to get clean. I spent the last hour revising it, and editing it. Feel free to pass this along.

    A Guide to Opiate Withdrawal by cashtothemoney
    (w/ help from our over-the-counter friends)

    DISCLAIMER: I'm not a doctor, but I have been reading about this sort of thing extensively for a very long time. This is not medical advice, but rather my own experience which you can take from what you want. In order to be in line wi

  • Withdrawal FAQ

    5 years ago

    Primarily, I've seen it discussed as a joint project between TDS and OD, but the intent is to create a more comprehensive reference for members facing withdrawal situations. The intent was to scope it to multiple drugs, tapering techniques, what kind of symptoms and temporary medications to employ, etc. There are threads in the 'Reference Materials' sub-forum which were saved from the recent PRUNE so that their content might be used to build this FAQ.




    Below are the link

  • Withdrawal FAQ

    5 years ago

    Primarily, I've seen it discussed as a joint project between TDS and OD, but the intent is to create a more comprehensive reference for members facing withdrawal situations. The intent was to scope it to multiple drugs, tapering techniques, what kind of symptoms and temporary medications to employ, etc. There are threads in the 'Reference Materials' sub-forum which were saved from the recent PRUNE so that their content might be used to build this FAQ.




    Below are the link

  • There are only two ways to cure withdrawal. The first is by taking more opiates and it is really not the answer we are looking for. The second is time. No matter what you do to help ease your way through withdrawal, the only real way to get better is over time. During this time, since we can't directly treat the cause of the withdrawal by taking more opiates (or we only partially treat them if tapering), we treat the symptoms of opiate withdrawal.

    Supportive Treatment
    Support

  • Hey all, over the last couple of months I have been doing much experimenting with codeine and various ways to potentiate it and drugs which synergise well with it. There was a thread recently but I feel it took a turn more towards tripping on DXM and antihistamines.

    Codeine is a pro-drug converted into morphine in the liver by CYP2D6, an enzyme of the CYP450 system. This process is called O-demethylation. Approximately 7% of the Caucasian population are CYP2D6 poor metabolizers, meaning

  • How To Administer Opiates or MDMA (Ecstasy) Via Anal Administration
    =============================================
    The following procedure can be done with any opiate or MDMA (ecstasy) pills. Other substances could possibly be used as well however, it is recommended that you stick to just opiates and ecstasy in terms of anal administration.
    =============================================
    !!--Before you begin following these steps, be sure to take a nice, healthy shit beforehand.

  • I first got ahold of my first oxy last year around Nov. or so. I had gone to a buddy's place who I had recently met and said he gets Percs and will have some in a little while. I went to his door but he wasn't home, I was begining to get dissapointed. As I was leaving the building I seen him park and get out of a van. I went said hi and asked him if he had Percs. I asked how many mg's the Morphine was and he said it was 80mg. Immideatly I knew it was Oxy.

    I went home and my first thou

  • There’s always lots of talk about how, or even if, white grape fruit juice potentates opiates. I’ve looked everywhere that I can think of – including asking a few psycho-pharmacologists MD/PhD types – to find a conclusive, empirical answer to this question at hand. Unfortunately, no such answer is at hand.

    So, in the greatest tradition academia and junky-dom, I’ve decided to devise an experiment to test how well grape fruit juice and tagament works on potentating an opiate hi

  • dermorphin

    9 years ago

    check this out:

    From: "3.4-MethyleneDioxyMethaAmphetamine"
    Newsgroups: alt.drugs.hard
    Subject: Dermorphin Report
    Date: Mon, 3 May 1999 11:43:48 -0700

    Well Guys,

    After being what we think were the first humans to use this
    peptide recreationally, here is my report on it (just so you know
    what to expect in case you ever decide to partake in it):

    Anyone who has done an opiate of any form already knows what to
    expect. Having neve

  • hey I was wondering now that methylnaltrexone is (and possibly other similar drugs are) coming out soon I was wondering what would happen if you took a peripheral acting opiate antagonist that had a higher binding affinity than loperamide first and then took a shit load of loperamide (and depending on the half life of the antagonist redosing with it). now I don't know the binding affinity info for either methylnaltrexone or loperamide but what do you guys think, would it be an experiment worthy

  • (I AM NOT ENDORSING USE! JUST EXPLAINING MY EXPERIENCE)

    KEEP IN MIND THIS THREAD IS ABOUT MY PERSONAL SUBOXONE/SUBUTEX USE AND EXPERIENCE!


    I have been using drugs, primarily opiates, for around 10 years now. Being so, Ive heard alot of people talking about a couple subjects which Id like to share my views and experiences on. Please, please, email me any questions you have regarding opiates, ways of administration, etc.. to me if you are worried or concerned. I know p

  • Natural opioids

    7 years ago

    Hello, this is my first post. I first would like to say that narcotics are my favorite class of drugs. I, like many of you, are searching for that “holy grail”, a narcotic that is cheap, legal, and if possible natural. I have many different substances in my research that may be good candidates. I have also noticed that these compounds have been discussed on this site. Here is a list of info I have found.
    To get an understanding of potency of these natural “opioids“, I

  • So last summer I finally got myself off of suboxone cold turkey and was completely clean from opiates for 5 months and felt great to finally be free from my addiction. However, then one of my old connects, who had kind of vanished from my life when I quit, suddenly showed back up and I thought (as so many people tend to) that I could start chipping and not catch a habit again. Oh how wrong, wrong, WRONG I was. So I've again been using every day since November and I'm finally ready to stop. It's

  • JESUS CHRIST adderall is fantastic. Let me explain (LET ME EXPLAIN!). I was perscribed a very low dose to start with because i have soooooooo many other pscyhiatric disorders one of which is OCD and general anxiety (which can be made worse with this med). I was paranaoid about taking just the 10mg XR so i would open it up and take half of those little balls. IT was neat but not good. Then i ran out of opiates 6 days ago. I was only taking codeine but i was taking it reguaraly and i am completely

  • Kratom Withdrawal

    5 years ago

    I just recently stopped using kratom after using large amounts of leaf and Full Spectrum Tincture and thought I'd post my experience with it.

    Several months ago I stopped using Suboxone after about a year and a half of maintenance. I started on 24 mg/ day and worked my way down until I was taking 8 mg/day, and during the last 2 weeks I lowered the dose all the way to .5 mg/day. Nevertheless, it was a hellish, drawn-out, miserable experience, made worse because I was also withdrawing f

  • This could be a lot of the reason for carb flu. It's more specific than that, it's wheat withdrawals.

    Blarticle (http://heartscanblog.blogspot.com/2011/01/heroine-oxycontin-and-whole-wheat-bagel.html)

    For a substantial proportion of people who remove wheat from their diet, there is a distinct and unpleasant withdrawal syndrome. Here are the comments of Heart Scan Blog reader, Scott, from Texas:

    Hello Dr. Davis,

    I've been experimenting with diet, conver

  • First, a disclaimer: I have used the search engine, and read every single one about constipation, and I think this thread offers a unique idea.

    All of what I have read--here and otherwise-- pertaining to opiate induced constipation seems to be "after the fact" in nature: that is, opiates cause constipation, so what can I do about it?

    I would really rather take preventative steps to create a viable opiated lifestyle. I am currently breaking down my habit in the hopes

  • I went to the hospital after I took 8 tylnol 3's..i take opiates regularly and I no the subtle opiate itch.but after I took the T3's I never itched so bad in my life.it started itching on my lower back,then the ass and then my feet..so I went to the hospital and the doctor was being a dick cause of drug use or sump..he was like" oh codeine does that because it realeases histamines, blah blah they make u itch"but I told him I took codeine before and never had an itch that bad..then I wa

  • My neurologist brought this article from the front page of today's Los Angeles Times to my attention this morning:


    Methadone emerges as new killer
    ------------------------------------------

    Patients and addicts are mixing the opiate with other drugs, as did Anna Nicole Smith's son.

    By Charles Proctor
    Times Staff Writer

    February 26, 2007

    Methadone, a potent opiate once used almost exclusively to treat heroin addicts, is incre

  • hello everyone, new to bluelight with a question for those who have tasted heroin before. ive done many opiates before, including hydrocodone, hydromorphone, codeine, and morphine. currently im a daily user of oxycodone (insufflated, doses of 30-40mg) and fentanyl (insufflated, phantom 100 pills, about half each time so 50mcg), but i heard that heroin is much cheaper and longer lasting than both of these. i have a clotting disorder combined with anemia, so IV isnt an option for me, and i insuffl

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  • You know those drinks you can buy that are supposed to help you pass a drug test? Do they work for opiates? They are usually advertised as masking marijuana, so I was wondering if anyone knows if they will mask opiates in your urine as well. Is it worth buying one of those drinks to pass a drug test for opiates? Thank you.

  • OK, so a little background. In summer 2008 I went to rehab to get off of a 300mg/day oxycodone habit. By September, I was depressed and wanted to do more, but I'm on random drug tests and didn't want to risk it. So, I did some research and found Krtaom Full Spectrum Tincture, and I ordered the 2mL vial.

    At first, I did 4 dropper-fulls (about 10 drops per dropper, so 40 drops) at a time, which gave me a really nice, warm, opiate-like high. And the high lasted almost ALL DAY LONG! It was

  • anyone have info on this? I've found this so far. seems interesting.
    Role of oxytocin in the neuroadaptation
    to drugs of abuse
    by
    Sarnyai Z, Kovacs GL
    Alcohol and Drug Abuse Research Center,
    Harvard Medical School-McLean Hospital,
    Belmont, MA 02178, USA.
    Psychoneuroendocrinology 1994; 19(1):85-117

    ABSTRACT


    Oxytocin (OXT), a neurohypophyseal hormone, has a wide range of behavioral effects outside its classic peri

  • methoxetamine

    4 years ago

    hot on the tails of 4 meo pcp, another dissasociative research chemical hits the UK market...

    methoxetamine is the unofficial, official chem house name of this ketamine analog.

    correct me if I am wrong, but other sources bring up the possibility that because ketamine is a schedule 3 substance, the analog law does not apply.

    if so, a relatively potent substance similiar to ketamine in certian regards should be legal in the USA for possession but not consumption.

  • Introduction and Basic Discription:

    14-Hydroxydihydromorphinone, more commonly known as oxymorphone is an opioid analgesic, derived from the opium alkaloid Thebaine. Oxymorphone is usually used for its strong pain relieving properties as well as its high potency and euphoria.

    Timeline of Experience:

    Depends on frequency of use, and ROA.

    *Oral?

    *Insufflation: onset- 10 minutes, peak-45minutes/ 1 hour, after glow -3/4 hours

    *Rectal:[b] onset:

  • Don't laugh- I mean this question quite seriously. What's the best laxative for those who take daily opioids? I just started taking methadone again, and if I were to take it for a while and allowed my body to get into a rhythm, I wouldn't even need one, but the first few days can be a bitch.

    So, what do you guys suggest?

    I want to make this a poll, but I don't think it's working for some reason (were they disabled perhaps?) so I'm just gonna put a numbered list of options, an

  • Okay, so this is a combination of posts by myself and tm420tm, and should pretty much answer whatever basic questions anyone has about bupe!

    Contents:
    1. What buperenorphine is good for/general information
    2. Suboxone Vs. Subutex
    3. Finding a doctor and questions to ask
    4. Physician legal issues
    5. Dealing with your doctor
    6. First Dose
    7. Value of bupe for getting high
    8. Weekend Warriors
    9. Buprenorphine Myths

    1. What buprenorphine is good

  • OK, I would like to throw my 2 cents in on the loperamide subject. I would like to say that I have read just about everything that concerns the possibility of making this drug psychoactive. I believe that someday this drug can be made active, but only time will tell. Here are the things I have read:

    Polysorbate-80 binding: this calls for binding this compound to loperamide so that it passes the BBB and a substance called P-glycoprotein(which I will mention later), and according to the

  • Greetings to all of you !
    I'm from Serbia, and I've been using opioides in the past 9 years.
    Me and my family tried every method of treatment (we didn't try Naltrexone because I'm strongly against the use of antagonists, they destroy organism much stronger than any opiate and don't do anything to alleviate the mental suffering which lasts for years after stoping with opioides) and nothing worked for me. Buprenorphine is not yet registered in Serbia, but I tried it and it was completly no

  • Today while I was in a rite-aid buying some Tagamet and being amazed at just how many over the counter medications exist at a modern pharmacy/store, I became curious as to what is the strongest legal otc stimulant out there? Is it simply caffeine nowadays? Because it was my understanding that ephedrine is now illegal to buy without a prescription...so that doesnt leave very much. I'm not really one for stimulants, as I've always taken more of a liking toward opiates and other downers, but just

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