Skip to Content

What do opiates pills look like?

Question is Closed
Report Favorite

Answers (2)

22 Nov 2010

Fom Wiki

Opiates are so named because they are constituents or derivatives of constituents found in opium, which is processed from the latex sap of the opium poppy, Papaver somniferum. The major biologically active opiates found in opium are morphine, codeine, thebaine, and papaverine. Semi-synthetic opioids such as heroin, oxycodine, and hydrocodone are derived from these substances, especially morphine, codeine, and thebaine.

As per the above information, you can see that there are a number of 'opiate' type pills around - you can search on these names in the pill identifier to see what they look like.

Votes: +0

21 Feb 2012

dont know i want to know

Votes: +0

Search for questions

Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question.

Similar questions

What do buprenorphine pills look like?

1 answer 11 Jun 2009

What is this pill - with '' AN 527"?

It's a small, appx 1/4 inch, white tablet. My son gave me some, claiming they were strictly non-opiate and good for pain. Anyone know the ...

2 answers 11 Jun 2010

Need help about methadone pill?

My girlfriend is recovering opiate addict and she claims that she is taking methadone at the time. When she would take pain killers, she would be ...

2 answers 12 Jun 2010

What kind of pill is small round and bright yellow with no imprint?

My husband has an opiate addiction and recently detoxed from delaudid. I found these pills and he says they are muscle relaxers. I can't figure ...

1 answer 30 Jun 2010