does noraco have oxycodone in it or suboxin
Just to add a bit more to answer above, not only is Norco an opiate due to the Hydrocodone, it is derived from either one of the two major compounds found in the opium plant, codeine and Thebaine (morphine is the third). It is then chemically modified into Hydrocodone, thus making it a semi-synthetic drug that is 12x's the strength of codeine. Due to the fact that it hits on the opioid sensors, it's also considered an opioid for what-ever it's worth.
Suboxone is also an Opiate as it contains Buprenorphine, another semi-synthetic compound derived from Thebaine. Like the Hydrocodone, it also binds with the Opioid sensors making it also considered an Opioid type drug.
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