Generic Subutex/buprenorphine. Ranking From Best To Worst.. (Page 8)

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BigDaddy8484 Says:
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This is for people who actually take Subutex for the intended purpose for which it is used. So if you actually take the medication sublingually, this thread will help you. I have been taking buprenorphine for three and a half years now. This is what I have found: (8mg) Best: Actavis 153/half moon (orange) Middle: Roxanne 54/411 (white) Worst: Hi-Tech 8/arrow Again, this is for people who take medication as prescribed. You can actually break the medication in half and put it and the front of your lip like dip & chewing tobacco. It will take longer for it to dissolve like this but you will get much much more of the bupe.

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Re: Charlene (# 138)

Himka charlene really?? You are still taking those? They are no where comparable to rhodes. People who switch from the 54 411 himkas to rhodes end up getting sick or zombie like as they are not used to such a strong and effective generic so they need to take a half rhodes compared to a full himka. The 54 411s were amazing when roxanne pharma was manufacturing them but they have not for a long long while. I think himka and think blaah bad news bears. Its rank:

1. Rhodes and Teva RP B8 and b799. The teva formulation is still the Barr Pharma bup formula. Teva is smart and has kept most of Barr Pharma products formulations as they are made great. This includes the Soma. Soma is currently being completely switched from activas elizabeth / mayne/ old watson formulation to being just dispensed by Teva and this switch has caused a huge shortage on somas currently going on. The DAN 5513 SOMA tablets should be back around May 31st or can be short date ordered by willing pharmacist but prior was dispensed by activas elizabeth / mayne pharma but now will show dispensed by Teva Pharma. I unfortunately had to get Jubliant Cadista Pharma somas this month anyways my point is teva is smart and has kept the formulations of medicine from barr, watson etc when they purchased out activas and watson so these two generics are identical and identical to brand name subutex. Anyways:

1. Brand Name Subutex B 8.
2. Rhodes- RP B8
3. Teva b799-barr pharma dispensed by Teva but barr formulation
4. Mylan M924- which is strange as all mylan products imo suck but not their bup formula
5. Hi Tech 8 (logo) arrow- smaller tablet
6. Himka- formely westward (semi decent tablet prior) then westward bought out by himka unfortunately- 54 411 chalky fall apart like crappy tablets that have become weak with the cover of imprint of the old good roxane 54 411s himka has ruined this imprint (ALL YOU NEED DO IS LOOK AT A PICTURE OF THE 54 411 TABLETS WHEN ROXANE MADE THEM COMPARED TO HOW THEY ARE NOW AND LOOK AT A PICTURE OF HIMKAS) this will show you how greatly this generic has fallen in himkas hands. the roxanes were hard pressed, shinny, not chalky, debossed and pushed out whereas westward and himkas are flat not debossed and pushed outwards like the old roxane ones and def are not shinny at all. just compare images to roxane 54 411 to an image of the current dispensed 54 411 by himka. the image comparison will show u all u need know
7. Activas- orange half moon (logo) 153
8. Sun pharma- 460 - these tablets have only received negative feedback. they burn the mouth are very cheap and are very weak

Rhodes and Teva are identical to brand and eachother with the same active and inactive ingredients making them the most potent bup tablets on the USA market today other than brand name which is not allowed in the states just like the suboxone tablets that were the stop sign shaped ones but these tablets are still made and dispensed in other countries (brand name subutex- b8, brand name suboxone tablets orange stop signs). suboxone films also now have two generics by amneal and teva.

Hope soma shortage is over soon and hope everyone realizes that the 54 411 are ruined and its psychological mentality keeping people on them and taking a full potent rhodes tablet when only have is needed as half of a rhodes is easily comparable to one if not two full 54 411 tablets. God bless love you all! Charlene, u must know this now, just compare images of roxane bup, westward bup, and himka bup. Since roxane they have slowly gotten more flat and less debossed and slowly but surely more chalky blaah.

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Goozer Says:

Re: Brigid Coyne (# 132)

check out my forum thread called Rhodes buprenorphine vs 54 411. it has over 600 replies and we are like a family there and there is very wonderful feedback by all users of all generics. Rhodes and TEVA are very potent so if u make the switch to one of these generics keep this in mind and take only half of what you would normally take of all other generics of they may be a first experience of being floored.

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Davoe Says:
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Re: Charlene (# 138)

I really don't like any bup or subs. They're supposed to be the great cure & easy to come off... No way. Not only does it stop any pain relief, I found it so depressing, shocking stuff to come off. Even 1mg was too much. Good luck with it.

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