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Generalized Anxiety Disorder - Is promentazine a opiate?

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Anonymous 1 Apr 2011


No it is not an opiate.

Promethazine is in a group of drugs called phenothiazines.-

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Take care.-

NewYorkGuy44 2 Apr 2011

No Promethazine is definitely not an Opiate, So I wouldnt advise taking it. It's used to relieve the symptoms of allergic reactions such as allergy's, a runny nose and watery eyes caused by allergy to pollen, mold or dust, allergic conjunctivitis, having like blood shot eyes That constantly are watery, Also an Allergic skin reactions, that can cause itching, and an allergic reaction to all sorts of different things.
Hope i was Helpful, that is pretty close to the definition.
Give me a thumbs up and a star. Thanks NewYorkGuy44.

NewYorkGuy44 2 Apr 2011

My bad i spelled it 1 letter off. See How carefull you have to be,. But the answer is still no. The only way it would ever be an opiate if a doctor wrote you a prescription, and it had Codeine in it, and do you know what a little Dosage/amount of Codeine would be mixed in with it! BUT YOU DONT HAVE CODEINE, SO DON'T TRY THAT.You have to BE EXTREMELY CAREFULL TODAY. So don't take it alright, Thanks LOL. BE SAFE.
If your looking for that sizzurp your thinking of Bromethine and Codeine.
Which is also a waste it's more cough Medicine than Codeine. free discount card

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