Is norco a opiate?

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13 Jul 2013

Yes it is

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14 Jul 2013

In a one word answer... yes!

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21 Aug 2013

yes sirrrrrrr

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1 Sep 2013

I know this is old, but I'm sorry to say that the three previous answers are wrong. Norco, which is just Hydrocodone and acetaminophen, is an opioid, not an opiate. Opiates are narcotic analgesics derived from an opium poppy (natural). Opioids are narcotic analgesics that is at least part synthetic, not found in nature. I know I'm an ass for pointing it out, the two are interchangeable and no one will, or should, care if you call Norco an opiate or opioid.

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