18 Dec 2009
It's not a pure opiate agonist it is also a antagonist(excuse my spelling) it has a form of Narcan in it so it counteracts the opiate active ingredient in it. Check it out at drugs.com's main website. It says it's for moderate to severe pain but so does morphine,dilaudid,oxycontin,and MS contin & I know for a fact that all those work better than something with narcan in it. It's meant to prevent abuse,but i've found any(or at least the ones I've tried) don't work as well as pure opiate agonist. I think others will agree.
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