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PostPosted: Mon Jun 09, 2014 9:33 am 
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i been seeing stuff on posts about liquid dosing just wondering what it is or how to do it? :?


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 09, 2014 3:46 pm 
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A lot of people turn to the liquid method when tapering to low doses. It's used mostly by people who had the pill form of Suboxone. An example is using one of those droppers or syringes you get from a pharmacist to give your kids medicine. If you fill the dropper or syringe up with 10mL of water and drop a 2mg tab in, each 1mL of water you squirt under your tongue is .2mg of Suboxone. It's a great way to get to very low doses.

With the film out now, it's fairly easy to cut the film into very small pieces, so the liquid taper isn't used too much anymore.

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oh ok thanks for replying


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