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Why isn't there a more partial, partial agonist?
Because it is too hard to make for those poor drug companies to make one 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Because there is more money to be made, why release a new xbox when people are still buying the old one? 100%  100%  [ 1 ]
It is on the way 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
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PostPosted: Sat May 19, 2012 4:58 pm 
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First of all if you don't understand this look here: ... ction.aspx
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So seeing the benefits from suboxone being mainly;

1. Decreased w/d over a full agonist

2. Decreased s.e. like constipation

3. Decreased euphoria (but you can still catch quite the buzz)

Why not make a partial agonist that is more partial, or weaker basically. Wouldn't it be all around better in every way other than that it may not be as useful for people that have super high tolerances and don't want to stop using.

Like for example, for myself 1mg of suboxone is enough to catch a slight buzz and 2mg would have me plastered. I could definitely make due with something much much weaker, and would much rather do that because just like coming off suboxone vs methadone im sure it would be less intense.

My guess is some sort of drug like this comes out before long. There area tons of other drug companies out there looking at the cash coming from suboxone and there is no way someone hasn't thought about this.

But what do you think?

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