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Is there a difference between just codeine and codeine sulfate & if so, whats the difference?

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suzanne66 3 Apr 2012

No - not really. Codeine is the active ingredient. Codeine sulfate is a salt of codeine (there are many other codeine salts). Codeine sulfate is often the "salt of choice" that manufacturers use to produce codeine containing preparations.

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