Tramadol (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tramadol). TheLostBoys. Just add Soma brand muscle relaxants to any opiates. Not all muscle relaxants are good like Flexeril, that stuff sucks. Soma imo is one of the best potentiating pills you could take. jaypee. I look forward to this thread….keep suggestions coming!.
1/2 a gram, shit, do you mean like 2 and a half balloons? Why the fuk would you have to potentiate 2 and a half balloons of hammer? Sorry but I gotta ask buddy8o Hari Om edtree.
oh i almost forgot soma is great for it thank you love2party.
oh i almost forgot soma is great for it thank you love2party love2party.
That being said… You can extract the hydrocodone doing a cold water extraction, then snort it or plug it. You might try some known pontentiaters though (alcohol etc.) but would have to be extremely careful.
2 Answers - Posted in: pain, methadone, oxycodone, breakthrough pain, opiate - Answer: No, not at all. You are thinking of a drug called Suboxone, it.
I've suffered 6 yrs of pain after falling off a deck; impacted spine on corner of deck n the rest of damage occurred when I hit lower level w/ head n tailbone screwing up neck n coccyx! It would seem a "conspiracy" is in effect in my area. the best I can get out of these so called doctors was band aiding the pain w/ drugs(oxy,methdn,lyrics etc.,etc.,)instead of actually getting to the root FIXING IT & GETTING ME MY LIFE BACK!!! Unfortunay they can't even do the drug thing right!! Apparently, there's been too many "pill seekers" around here so EVERYONE is treated as guilty!! No doc will prescribe! Everyone is thrown into a pain clinic.
Clonidine potentiates the antinociceptive effects of tramadol; however the receptors involved in this potentiation have not been studied. Endothelin ET(A) receptor antagonists potentiate antinociceptive effects of morphine and oxycodone; however the effects of endothelin ET(A) receptor antagonists on.
BMS182874 or BQ123 had no effect on tramadol antinociception, indicating that endothelin ET(A) receptors are not involved in tramadol antinociception in mice. Results demonstrate the involvement of opioid but not α₂-adrenergic/I₂-imidazoline receptors in tramadol antinociception and that opioid, α₂-adrenergic and I₂-imidazoline receptors are involved in clonidine potentiation of tramadol antinociception. Tramadol produced a dose dependent increase in antinociceptive latencies. Tramadol is a centrally acting analgesic that acts via μ-opioid agonism and by blocking the neuronal uptake of norepinephrine and serotonin.
Is there a substantial cross-tolerance between Tramadol and Hydrocodone? I know i'm not versed in pharmacology so i can't speak from scholastic knowledge, but i would think that an opiate tolerance is an opiate tolerance and your tramadol. I've read mixed things about GFJ potentiating the effects of opiates as well.
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Anyway, I do think that tramadol is a good potentiator for pretty much any other opiate/opioid. The thing is that the tramadol will be potentiated as well, and if you're taking a dangerous dose to begin with, the hydrocodone could put you over the edge. I recommend you take hydrocodone and a low dose of.