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PostPosted: Mon May 25, 2009 11:05 pm 
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OxyPatrick wrote:
Ok. I've already commented on this topic, but I'm going to do it again.

I COMPLETELY understand the science behind snorting Suboxone, and why you would suggest it to someone. That's great. Here's the problem - People are coming to this website desperate for help, understanding, and guidance. Some people are scared, confused, emotional, and fragile. Then they're going to click through a few topics and find that we suggest you snort your Suboxone.

I just think that's using poor judgement. MOST of us are on Suboxone because we are drug addicts, and we want to become clean and sober, and get our lives back.

Please kids...DON'T snort your Suboxone. Stick it under your tongue like everyone else.

Patrick


That is all very true. "Behaviors" are just as addicting as the drugs themselves... the original person asked if it was more beneficial. I never suggested it nor say I do it, either....I just simply brought up the bio-availibility may be more effecient that way...and with a small dose to work with...maybe its easier to make it last longer?? Just offering my opinion....no harm intended.


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