Hoping to find something stronger than OTC but also non-narcotic.
It is an opioid antagonist rather than an agonist but it still acts on the opioid receptors and still has just as much potential for abuse as some other "narcotics" or opioid agonists. You will still get withdrawals if you use this medication long term then try to suddenly stop it. I am pretty sure that it is considered a controlled substance on Schedule IV in the US so I wouldnt class this as "non-narcotic"
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