I went to all of those South American countries. First of all, there's not really "benzos" or "opiates" available. Valium or Xanax and Codeine or Morphine, That's all. You can get Diazepan and sometime Alprazolam OTC. But not in Colombia. Colombia has super-strict Rx drug laws. You can still get tramadol.
That was a crazy good time. They don't know what the fuck hydro or oxycodone are. #3 llamer View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Bluelighter Join Date Mar 2010 Location Pinned Tweaks Posts 270 06:58 mexico is what i know best, but it isn't much: the coke there tends to be really shitty, but pretty cheap. I was scared at first to try and locate pain meds for my recent injury. I don't suppose extracted mescaline is ever sold at markets or sold by dealers. otherwise just ask around in hippy/tourist places.
Over-the-counter (OTC) drugs are medicines sold directly to a consumer without a prescription from a healthcare professional, as opposed to prescription drugs, which may only be sold to consumers possessing a valid prescription. In many countries, OTC drugs are selected by a regulatory agency to ensure that they are.
In Canada, there are four drug schedules:
Examples of OTC substances approved in the United States are sunscreens, anti-microbial and anti-fungal products, external and internal analgesics such as lidocaine and aspirin, psoriasis and eczema topical treatments, anti- dandruff shampoos containing coal tar, and other topical products with a therapeutic effect.
Drugs in the AV category can be sold at supermarkets, gas stations etc. A drug that is UAD can also be sold at drugstores, stores where no prescription can be filed and there is only a relatively small selection of popular drugs like painkillers and cough medicine.
Heroin, morphine, opium, cocaine, amphetamine, hashish, and marijuana were inexpensive, over the counter drugs. Codeine is sold over the counter in many countries with no problems at all. What about the synthetic non-opiate drugs like Tramadol, Demerol, fentanyl, methadone, ketamine, and propoxyphene?.
Opium tincture is known as Paregoric, but it very diluted and weak. Paregoric is sold over the counter in some countries. There are too many harmful alkaloids in unconcentrated opium to use safely. Opium powder is not used in America for pain, and concentrated opium (Pantopon) is almost never used. You do not want to take these alkaloids. It was legal in America until the 1960s.
For some reason, this is only sold in a very few countries. This combination makes it potentially addictive for weak minded people.
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Tramadol is sometimes mistakenly classified as a non-opioid. Tramadol is also available over -the- counter without prescription in a few countries.
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See what the NHS offers.
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The stuff John is talking about is for diahroa not morphine the painkiller.
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I carry a Drs letter with me at all time with my medicine and a copy of my prescription.
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But some prescribed and over the counter medicines from the UK such as diazepam, tramadol and codeine are considered controlled substances in the Emirates. These are not allowed into the UAE without permission from the country's Ministry of Health and a doctor's prescription. Holidaymakers who.
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China Tourists should only take personal medicine with a doctor's note to prove why they need it.
Customs officials will verify if the amount of medicine is appropriate for the length of time you are in the country.
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Some sleeping pills, painkillers and anti-depressants are compley banned here.