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PostPosted: Sat Jan 09, 2016 12:50 pm 
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Some of us tapering have wondered if Sub is stored in our fat...if it makes a taper harder because of Sub being stacked up in our fat cells.

I found a post where Dr. Junig addresses this: post97364.html?hilit=stored%20in%20body%20fat#p97364

Here are his exact words: "All of the variables mean, basically, that it is wrong to say that 'buprenorphine lasts long because it builds up in fat'. The fat solubility makes buprenorphine last a bit longer than it would, if it wasn't fat-soluble... but there is much more to the story than I can figure out. THC, by the way, is VERY soluble in fat-- to the point where it is released from fat cells for weeks and weeks after heavy, chronic use. Buprenorphine doesn't stick around anywhere near that long."

I am very glad to know this!

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Me too Clear, the man is a wealth of information. ..


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Dr. Jeffrey Junig, M.D., Ph.D.

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