Posted October 09 2005 - 04:41 PM
Second question: (This one is probably easier) Does a location exist where doctors are allowed to prescribe these drugs to individuals suffering from severe depression, have tried literally dozens of different medications and techniques to solve the problem, and can only find a measure of relief by using opiates?
Thanx in advance for any helpful replies.
Posted October 09 2005 - 05:04 PM
and then remember that codeine, if nothing else, is available otc in a number of countries. it might be mixed with APAP, but its a simple matter of a cold water extraction to seperate the two.
Posted October 10 2005 - 06:02 AM
Posted October 11 2005 - 12:33 PM
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Posted October 11 2005 - 02:53 PM
Mexico may be overrated. I combed Cozumel while there on a cruise ship stop. Despite having decent connections and doing the legwork, the answer there was unanimous: Four years ago, one could score oxy in Mexico, but a government crackdown put a stop to that. All you can find these days in Cozumel is that neo-percodan useless crap. Perhaps things are better in border towns like Tijuana.
*Xanax is a benzo, not an opiate. I can get all the benzos I want from my doc.
While a semi-useful sedative, they do absolutlely nothing for my depression issues.
Posted October 11 2005 - 04:40 PM
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Posted November 03 2005 - 05:21 AM
I heard a while ago that T-3s were otc in Canada. Also, you have the benefit of not being in a foreign-speaking third world toilet bowl.*
no they're by perscription, you can however get tylonol w/codine over the counter. These are tylonol, caffiene and 10 mg of codine. Most doctors perscribe t-3's pretty liberally though. oh and quebec is not a toilet bowl, it's an ash tray...