Answer: Codeine (an opiate derivative) is available over the counter in Canada, Australia, Israel, Costa Rica, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom in very low doses combined with either acetaminophen and caffeine or aspirin and caffeine.also Imodium AD (Loperamide) is an opiate. but it wont get you high.
Answer: Dydrogesterone is available to people in over 100 countries worldwide, however in most countries it is not available for sale over the counter. The drug requires a prescription from a doctor because it is considered an extremely potent and powerful progestogen, which can have side effects. Speak to your doctor to get their advice on the matter.
Answer: Look at it this way, they "made arrangemnets" when you bought the car. You couldnt/didnt pay then while you HAD the car. So why will you pay on your own when you DONT have the car. Likely they will garnishee.
Why people prefer to take over the counter drug?
they can`t be laced if their given over the counter. If you get them from your drug dealer off the streets, they are most likely drugged
Answer: I believe 50/50. Some OTC drugs work better than Rx ones and vice versa. For high cholesterol I was taking a statin medication - after contracting drug reactions from statins, I switched (with doctors approval) to Niacin which is an OTC item. No ill effects anymore and my cholesterol readings are improving.
Answer: Carisprodol (Soma) is not usually part of a drug test panel, but there are tests that will detect it. It is unlikely that it would be included in an over-the-counter test. Soma is metabolized into meprobamate, a central nervous system depressant, and it can be addictive. It should not be taken with other depressant drugs such as alcohol.
Answer: None. Adderall shows up on a drug test as methamphetamine (essentially no different than if you were doing meth). This is because the product contains amphetamine salts. But because amphetamines are PRESCRIPTION ONLY, you will not find them in any over the counter drugs.
Answer: No, Methadone is only available legally by prescription.And it should never be an over the counter drug. its very dangerous and deadly if overdosed or taken for long periods of time in excess. only use as prescribed by your doctor. :DGod bless