Can You Snort Soma? I Have A Friend That Does And She Is On Suboxone

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shell Says:
Please let me know as i dont want anything to happen to her. Thanks.

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Chris420 Says:
Most likely ur friend will be ok, Soma is and can b rxed w/ suboxone. As for the snorting part, tell her to knock that off as she is wasting her soma. To get the most out of ur soma it can be easily swallowed for around 85-90% BAv. snorting is not always best as it messes up the cilia in ur nose and also shes not getting but maybe 60% if shes lucky so if she has the 350 shes only getting a max of 200mg per pill when she could pop a few and get more out of her medication- Just letting U kno! But don't worry as Im rxed and on 3 350mg somas, and 16mg's subox right now and feel fine. also, if she stoped the subox, the soma would work better alone as it metabolizes into an old school pain med from the 50s and 60s, that's why its the muscle relaxer that is by far most additive and abused in the USA and I would imagine the world! Im not a doc. but I am a CCMA in California and have done extensive research on many meds including the ones U have listed! Tell u buddy to quit snorting and just take it oral as rxed! intranasal ROA is mainly reserved for other illegal drugs ... but when I hear about snorting soma or benzos and other pills w/ high bio av. its all for nothing! Trust me, Ive been around the block more than a few time myself!

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Eddy Says:
@420 So its no more potent when taking it other ways?! Who knew!

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ang067 Says:
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I don't know what you think you're talking about when you say snorting a pill does nothing different, Yea you're right, you may not be getting every milligram up there, but it hits you faster and more intense and ingesting it orally. I'm an addict, believe me, that's why we do it that way. I think that's why people start injecting too, the snorting becomes not fast or intense enough, so they move up to that, or down to that, whichever way you want to look at it.

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st michael Says:
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Thank you that was very informative I know someone who tried it and you're absolutely right they do work for pain meds in the way things are now with the social issues we have people that need certain meds can't get them because of the other people that abusing them. thanks again

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Terri Says:
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I was on suboxone for 10 years for a pain pill addiction. I went into a rehab where there they prescribed a clonidine patch. Worked perfectly. No withdrawal symptoms. I suggest the patch when coming off any opiates.

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Sam Says:
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Was concerned when I walked in and saw her insufflating it. Thank you for the info...extremely helpful!

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SGoZ Says:
soma is NOT turned into an old school "pain pill from back in the day" Stop spreading misinformation. SOMA is converted to MEPBROMATE, AN OLD SCHOOL barbituate like seditave/hypnotic/anxolytic.(equinil,milltown) IT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH YOUR OPIATE RECEPTORS WHATSOEVER. so you can still get the FULL benefits of it while taking suboxone! JUST FYI!

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