As Buprenorphine is both an opiate agonist (stimulator) and antagonist (blocker); quote from unknown source: "It is a mixed partial agonist opioid receptor modulator" the withdrawal symptoms for full agonist opiates/opiods become a relative non-issue. Buprenorphine itself has relatively mild withdrawal symptoms if the detox is managed properly (the Naloxone is to prevent IV use). I've done it a few times now; using Buprenorphine to detox from Fentanyl and it has been painless.
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