How Do I Shoot A Morphine 30

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30 Morphine Pill
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Can you shoot up the round purple morphine with M on one side and MS 30 on the other? And of you can, what's the best way to do it? ## It is actually not safe to try to break down and inject any medication that has not been specially formulated to be used in such a manner. Tablets, especially time released products, contain fillers and not all of them are meant to be broken down by the human body. They are normally just expelled as waste. However, when you inject them, you are placing these substances into your body in a manner, in which, it cannot properly process them out. This creates the risk of blockages, which could lead to stroke, embolism, or heart attack. Are there any questions or comments? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Morphine.
Sat, Feb 11 '12, 9:21 AM
how long does morphine 30 abg stay in your system
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i have been shooting about 30 mgs of morphine abg for about a wk. im a female and weigh about 147. i have a fairly high metabolism. if i drink lots of water does anybody know how long this will stay in my system for a regular urine test. no lab. ## how many days? say from friday to sunday night? ## I took one 15 mg of morphine instant relief. First time I took one. How long will it stay in my system for urine and blood test? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Morphine.
Wed, Nov 06 '13, 11:17 PM
morphine 25mg light pink
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morphine 25mg light pink i need all info about it.can you shoot them up??what do they look like?? ## First, there is no 25mg Morphine tablet, the regular release tablets are 10, 25 and 30mg and the controlled release are 15,30,60,100 and 200mgs. The markings on some pink or similar colored Morphine tablets are: E 30, oval, 30mgs ABG 30, round 30mgs E 655 60, caplet shaped, 60mgs ABG 60, round, 60mgs E 200, elliptical, 200mgs M 60, round, 60mgs Do any of these match the tablet you have? And no, it is not safe to try to dissolve and inject them. Many tablets contain fillers and not all of them are meant to be broken down by the human body, they are normally just expelled as waste. If you crush and inject a tablet, you are putting these fillers in your body in ways in which it cannot prope... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Morphine.
Wed, Dec 22 '10, 4:47 PM


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