Oxycodone is an opiate

Oxycodone is an opiate


06:34 | Olivia Holiday
Oxycodone is an opiate

Oxycodone is one of the most powerful opioids, typically available as Percocet and Roxicet, which are typically available in strengths.

Start taking them at random or, if you're hardcore, eat them all.

Fighting withdrawal of Kratom addiction itself is then combatted by using heroin. Other uses include a 100% failsafe method of coming down from withdrawal after a heroin binge.

Rush Limbaugh 's fat ass once held up five Walgreens in an afternoon to get his OxyContin fix.

Fun fact: nicotine is as addictive as this. It has a long history as a painkiller and as junkie fuel. Heroin 1.0. Best injected into the vein (or snorted/smoked like OxyContin if it's tablet form).

Methadone was originally a drug to help junkies kick the habit, but eventually became just another drug for them to abuse.

Fears for Scots on 'hillbilly heroin' as prescriptions soar by almost 60

05:24 | Hannah Hoggarth
Oxycodone is an opiate
Fears for Scots on 'hillbilly heroin' as prescriptions soar by almost 60

DOCTORS are prescribing around 180000 tablets of opiate-based painkiller Oxycodone a year, sparking fears that more Scots could become.

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If taken in a high enough dose, it can create strong feelings of euphoria similar to that of a heroin high.

Experts warn that more Scots could become addicted to heroin as prescriptions for opiate-based oxycodone have increased every year since 2009.

But it can be as addictive as heroin too and, if taken for a long period of time, the body can become dependent on it.

The Centre for Social Justice (CSJ), an independent think-tank who have carried out research into the use of oxycodone, said the figures should be a “wake-up call” for Scottish authorities.

“A small percentage of the people prescribed oxycodone will become addicted to heroin and, if prescriptions are increasing, that figure could too.

SCIENTISTS hope new targeted drugs plan will be more effective in fighting cancer, arthritis and MS.

“They need to have a conversation with their doctor.