Dissolving Suboxone In Water Before Putting Under Your Tongue

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Nickolai13 Says:

Hi I was wondering, what at do you guys think about putting the suboxone in about a tablespoon of water and let it dissolve over night and then put it under your tongue from the spoon? I just cannot stand the taste and I am trying to speed up the absorption process... Tell me what you guys think.

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george Says:

If you can tolerate having a mouthful of liquid instead of just your saliva, and you keep it there long enough, it should work, not as well as when dissolved only in saliva mind you, as water is going to take with it big part. Instead try to wet your mouth first, if you find that you run out of saliva during the process, and then take the pill, put it under your tongue. No other effective way exists i think. If the dose is high enough with 2mg usually i get a warming feeling in the head, which lasts for a few minutes, then you just get used to it, and it seems normal.

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Jerry Says:
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Place strip under tongue for 3 to 5 minutes and spit all the leftover s*** out of your mouth and you will see. The naloxone will not get into your system and that is what is given for an overdose. It kills the suboxone. Just try it once and you will see.

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SaintNic Says:
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Re: Jerry (# 2)
will let yoy know how it turns out. I'm trying it now

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Jerry Says:
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No not no the best way is to put the strip under your toung and wait about 10 minutes do not sollow any of the strip and then spit it all out make sure you don't sollow any of it .you will feel it much better I promise you. I was told to do this by a doctor. And It works. Just try it pleas

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