What's the difference? pls write
12 Jul 2006
the difference is the salt form. one is prepared in hydrochloric acid the other in sulfuric acid. Pretty much no important difference as far as when you take them. morphine sulfate is a heavier drug molecule therefore the expression of milligrams will contain less actual morphine than the same mg amount of hcl.
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