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PostPosted: Thu Dec 03, 2009 2:57 pm 
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I think they should have made suboxone in a suppository form. This may sound gross to some people but the medicine is so much more affective this way{for some people}. When i take it sublingually I have so much saliva I swallow alot of the medicine and it doesn't get absorbed.Do you know if there is anything written in the medical community about this?


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I can tell you that there are people who take loritabs or narcos, crush them into a fine powder and do a cold water extraction, leaving the acetaminophen at the bottom of a shot glass, and the hydrocodone which is water soluble and suspended in the top of the shot glass (the tall double shots) ...suck the top liquid layer into an enema type syringe and blast off that way. Eliminating the acetaminophen hangover you might get from eating too many greenies.

there is definitely some medical fact to this, somewhere. I do not know of anyone personally that has tried it with methadone or suboxone.


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