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 Post subject: Suboxone in water
PostPosted: Thu Apr 17, 2014 6:03 pm 
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I have been prescribed suboxone, i have been letting my pills disolve in water then pouring the water in my mouth and swishing it under my tongue to dose. Anyways, i left some of my last dose in the water cup, will the suboxone break down in the water after being left to sit too long? or does it only break down in my saliva? just wondering if its wasted or not?


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 Post subject: Re: Suboxone in water
PostPosted: Fri Apr 18, 2014 7:27 am 
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Hello rvguy!

From what my doctor has told me and others on the forum here, this would be a HUGE waste to do it this way, please know this is only my opinion and what I have learned on taking it. The best way to take it is to put the prescribed amount is to first swish some water in your mouth a couple times and swallow the water, then let the film or pill dissolve under your tongue for 15-20 mins. When I first started taking the medicine I would only allow it to dissolve and get into my bloodstream for 3-5 mins. the last week or so I've been letting it dissolve for about 20 mins and it seems to be working A LOT better.

I would definitely think that putting it in water and just swishing it in your mouth is a waste. Hope this helps, have a good one.


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 Post subject: Re: Suboxone in water
PostPosted: Fri Apr 18, 2014 10:43 am 
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Suboxone can hold up in water or alcohol.
Ive done this myself with alcohol when ive made large jumps to increase absortion and bioability.
This can save on costs.
Many have used this liquid process in the very very low dose ranges of tapering.
To answer the ?, the sub in the water should be fine overnite or louger. However for louger times its best to
store it in the fridge.....

Also, again ill say if you want more answers to this an otherc?'s please go over to dr Junigs talkzone and search for what your looking for.
All the answers are there and factual.
I cant stress enough how imo, his Bupe guide can answer ANY ? ! :Users Guide to Bupe. Best 6 bucks I ever spent.
Google his name and or check it out on Amazon. Razor55....


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 Post subject: Re: Suboxone in water
PostPosted: Fri Apr 18, 2014 1:30 pm 
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wow, good to know, thanks for clarifying Raz, Sorry RV for the misguidance.


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 Post subject: Re: Suboxone in water
PostPosted: Fri Apr 18, 2014 4:07 pm 
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No , Wonder77, your not misguided, but also I wouldnt recommend useing the liquid
method unless tapering at very low doses.
It really isnt neeeded in most cases, imo.
and I bring up drs guide becuz id like everyone to be really informed on all things Bupe.
I just know I didnt understand this med intil id read it.

Raz


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 Post subject: Re: Suboxone in water
PostPosted: Mon Apr 21, 2014 1:12 am 
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Special sale---- send me an email (drj@fdlpsych.com) and I'll send you a free copy.

Thanks for the plug, Razor! :D

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