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  • Answer: Opiates originate from the Opium Poppy Papaver somniferum plant. The Poppy is originally from Asia (Iran/India). But currently Opium Poppies are grown in different regions to produce Narcotics (ex: morphine, thebaine, codeine, papaverine and noscapine,etc.) where as Morphine when sythesized makes (ex: Oxycodone, Hydromorphone and Diacetylmorphine bka "HEROIN"). The regions Opium Poppy is grown is the Golden Crescent (Iran,Afghanistan and Pakistan, the Golden Triangle (Burma, Thailand, Laos and Vietnam), Mexico and Colombia.
  • Answer: some examples of opiates are: vicodin, percocet, oxycontin, loritabs, codiene, morphine, methadone, dilaudeds, narco, ms contin,
  • Answer: No; Vyvanse contains the prodrug lisdexamfetamine which is dextroamphetamine. Dextroamphetamine is classified as a stimulant and is not chemically related in action or structure to opiates.
  • Answer: You get a script for codeine Tylenol #3 from a Doctor and fill it. take bottle to test site.
  • Answer: Ask your doctor.
  • Answer: Any drug/substance that affects the opiod receptors these are also known as pain killers though not all painkillers are opiates most common opiates are Heroin,morphine,oxycotton,opium,vicodin dilatid
  • Answer: No, Remeron (mirtazapine) is not an opiate.
  • Answer: It is used for muscle spasms and it helps with really bad headaches. It is in no form a narcotic (meaning no opiates). Here are just a few examples of opiates:
    Vicoprofen, Vicodin, Oxycontin, MS Contin, Opium, Naloxone, Morphine, Methadone, Lorcet, Hydrocodone, Heroin and Codenie. Just a little fact Zanaflex does stay in your system for 24 hours and has a half life of about 2.5 hours however you still have half of whatever you took in your system.
  • Answer: Methadone is an opioid, a synthetic opiate like OxyContin. Because of its long half-life, the time it takes for 1/2 of a drug to leave the body, it is particularly dangerous when combined with other narcotics.

    Most people taking heroin or OxyContin are used to feeling the effects of the drugs quickly. If they take it to get high they feel the "rush." If they are taking OxyContin to deal with pain then they are used to feeling the anesthetic effects in a short time. However, if they take methadone the effects will take much longer to be felt.

    This can be very dangerous because the user can think that they need to take more methadone and this can lead to acute respiratory depression and lead to death.

    All narcotics are central nervous system depressants and this is why they must be taken carefully to avoid overdose and why slower acting drugs like methadone can be dangerous.
  • Answer: Tramadol is a semi-synthetic opiate.
  • Answer: In America, per Federal Law, none, except, Loperamide which is used to control diarrhea.
  • Answer: Opiates, some cough medications, poppy seeds, among others. Tylenol with Codeine
  • Answer: Sure, but not legally. Here are some factors to consider:
    What kind of opiates do you want? If you are looking to buy oxycodone(percocet) or hydrocodone(vicodin) be prepared to enter the world of fake pills and ripoffs that will simply take your money. You are better off buying from your local drug dealer, If you do the research on some of the shadowey chat sites that discuss such things and find a site that is actually selling such, be prepared to spend alot of money!! Most of these sites come and go and will happily take you money long after they have stop actually delivering
    Codeine is another matter. Alot of countries sell it over the counter and you can find online sites that sell it. It is still illegal and be ready to lose out if customs finds it, but there is little risk unless you try to order a ton of the stuff. Brand names like arcedol are commonly found, It is the equivalent to tylonol 3,
    Of course the best thing is to just forget it. But it took me thousands of dollars in ripoffs to come to that conclusion!!
  • Answer: An opiate is any substance that comes from opium, and the opiumpoppy. heroin, morphine, codeine, hydrocodone(vicodin),oxycodone(oxycontin,percocet), fentanyl, tramadol. They are allopiates and narcotic analgesics (painkillers.)

Are opiates dangerous?

  • Technically yes they are. You are only supposed to take the doses given to you by your dr. They are also very addictive. If you take a dose higher than recommended then it could seriously hurt and/or kill you. You have to build up a tolerance to all opiates before you can take higher doses.

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  • Answer: Technically yes they are. You are only supposed to take the doses given to you by your dr. They are also very addictive. If you take a dose higher than recommended then it could seriously hurt and/or kill you. You have to build up a tolerance to all opiates before you can take higher doses.
  • Answer: Neither of them do. Flexeril is cyclobenzaprine, a muscle relaxer, and Tramadol is a fully synthetic drug which acts like an opioid but is not actually an opiate/opioid. There is a big misconception that Tramadol will show positive on a drug test. Depending on what type of test is used, for example, a home test may show a false positive, whereas a lab test will show negative.
  • Answer: All opiates come from the poppy which contains morphine and codiene. Depending on which opiate you are talking about they are all different.Theres: Raw opium which you can extract morphine and/or codiene from.MorphineCodeineHydrocdone (hydrogenated codeine 4X stronger than codeineOxycodone (oxygenated codeine 8X stronger than codeineHydromorphone (hydrogenated morphine 4X stronger than morphine)Oxymorphone (oxygenated morphine 8X stronger than morphine)Diacetylmorphine (Acetylated morphine aka heroin)There are several other drugs made in labs that are derived from the poppy. Each one goes through different chemical processes to create specific results. Such as Fentanyl, Subutex, Methadone etc. But any real opiate comes from the same source. Our government has tons of poppy fields for this purpose.
  • Answer: Yes, but it depends on the test. Cheap tests usually just say if there are any drugs that this country considers illegal at this time, Other more expensive tests will tell which type of opiate, lidocane, cocaine, novacaine, pot, THC content etc.., and to what degree of concentration in your urine.
  • Answer: Well your on a small little board sliding on ice racing. I wanted to do skeletan racing in the Olympics. So anyway yes skeletan is a dangrous sport. You must be very good to do it
  • Answer: does hydrocodone show positive on a pot drug test
    Only if your pot was laced with opiates. If not, no. Marijuana does not naturally contain opiates.
  • Answer: Poppies.

    also, Afghanistan, mexico, and southeast asia, for the illegal ones, the legal ones come from poppies grown buy government sanctioned farmers around the world
  • Answer: No offense meant, kind of a silly question. There are hundreds of opiate pharmacueticals and they can come in tablets, capsules, every color in the rainbow. If you are worried about someone using or trying to identify a pill, just search for 'pill identifier' and it will allow you to enter information and show you photos. I had to use it once when I mixed all mine up when I was rushed during a move..and some of mine were identical accept for the imprint. One was an anti convulsant, the other tramadol.
  • Answer: The age varies...Many teens, adults, and senior citizens use it. Also people from many different cultures
  • Answer: There is no sure fire way to get opiates out of your system quickly, without side effects. If you are wanting to clean the urine so you can take a urinalysis there is various over the counter remedies available. If you are wanting to flush opiates out of your body and try to shorten the amount of time you will experience withdrawals there simply is no easy way.

    I recommend you drink lots of water and drink cranberry juice. Monitor your blood pressure as it can spike dangerously high during withdrawals. Be active and sweat, take frequent hot showers or baths.

    The first three days is the very worst part of withdrawals. Loss of appetite, irritability, anxiety, depression, restless leg syndrome, cramps, nausea, vomiting, and insomnia are some of the major symptoms.

    Listen to music that you like, find someone to socialize with and be active as possible. I stress that you keep an eye on your blood pressure as you can let it get out of hand and that could cause stroke or seizure which is not a good thing. Remember that it will pass and you will make it through just so long as you stick with it. There is simply no easy way out. The music, physical activity, and socializing will cause the brain to release endorphins and dopamine. These chemicals are the happy chemicals in the body the same ones that they drugs replaced. It will take a little while for your brain to learn to function correctly and make these chemicals at first and that is where all the anxiety, anger, depression, and insomnia comes from. It is your mind playing a trick on you so you will give it what it thinks you need.

    The hot baths and showers will help you skin rid itself of the chemicals in the body and will help relax you. I recommend you get some medication for anxiety and sleep so you can make it through the three days. Try and get time off from work because you will be a mess. The cranberry juice will flush your kidneys, and the water will keep you hydrated. You will have tons and tons of cold sweats, and diarrhea. You will never be able to make your mind up if you are hot or cold.
    Withdrawals are like the worse case of flu you have ever had. Just remember make it through the three days of hell, and then expect a week or so of being tired and you will have it whipped. The week of being tired is way easier to deal with than the three days of detoxing. It is where most people give up. It seems so easy to get that little bottle pop a pill and you will feel so much better - until you need another pill and the mess never goes away.
  • Answer: 3-5 days. I hope this helps
  • Answer: Yes, Vicodin contains hydrocodone, which is an opiate, mixed with acetaminophen (Tylenol).
  • Answer: Users of Sure Jell have reported varying results with the productregardless of the drug that they were attempting to mask. Someusers have reported repeated success while others have reportedrepeated failures.
  • Answer: Promethazine is an antihistamine and as such is not nor does it contain any opiates. However, most antihistamines will make you sleepy and a little dopey, and this one is no exception.
  • Answer: yes they are opiates