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What is the difference between Codeine and Codeine Sulfate?

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Anonymous

12 Apr 2012

Hello theredlips. I believe that its the amount of Codeine that is in the Codeine Sulfate. Codeine is despensed through various forms. Codeine Sulfate being one of them. Regards, pledge

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