opiate Tag

NyQuil Sleep

NyQuil Sleep

While the manufacturers recommend that NyQuil only be used to relieve symptoms short-term, rather than treat long-term respiratory conditions or sleep problems, people who become dependent on a NyQuil sleep often use it as a cure for insomnia, as it allows them to fall asleep...

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Crocodil Drugs

Crocodil Drugs

Crocodil drugs (also known as Krokodil, the Russian for crocodile) is the street name of desomorphine, a pain-killing drug derived from codeine with ten times the strength of morphine. Crocodil drugs (also known as Krokodil, the Russian for crocodile) is the street name of desomorphine,...

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Pink Drug

Pink Drug

U-47700, or Pink, as it is commonly referred to, is a synthetic opioid that has effects stronger than heroin and is more potent than morphine. It also is known as U4 or Pinky. It can be swallowed, injected, or snorted. It can be taken on...

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Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) is the technique of using medication along with behavioral therapy to address an individual's drug and alcohol abuse during rehab. An individual can have an MAT program designed specifically for their needs. This allows them to receive the best help possible....

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Tramadol WIthdrawal and Detox

Tramadol Withdrawal

Withdrawal from Tramadol has been described as similar to the flu. Individuals experience physical symptoms that peak within a few days. After the physical withdrawal symptoms leave, individuals must deal with the psychological issues created by drug addiction....

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