Pale Yellow/orange Film With Green Bnp On It? I Think New Subutex Film?

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Anwhat Says:


I was switched to a new film, has anyone seen this? Pale yellow/orange film with green BNP stamp on it?



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jennifer Says:
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Omg these are the nastiest things I've ever puttin in my mouth! They are no good at all and if you did them I'm sure you'll agree lol!

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David Says:

Oddly enough, there doesn't appear to be any images or depictions that I could find on the internet matching the details that were provided by the original poster.

I see Jennifer (post #1) has already tried them - Do you happen to have information on the National Drug Code or manufacturer of these films?

The marked abbreviation "BNP" leads me to believe that it stands for "Buprenorphine" (hence Subutex), but some additional way to verify this (as well as the dosage) would be great!

Thank you for your time!

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liqpluspatchanactic Says:
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There called bunavil. This girl I know gets them. They contain alot less naloxone but they still have it in there. I take two 8mg subutex. The last two years her sister was getting the same thing as the strips cept were cheaper. I don't think they make the suboxone pills anymore but this month I got my first script of the new surfboards, the ones u got are designed to be dissolved buccal style as in cheek on inside against cheek. Of course they will melt anyway. I used have old plastic things they came in. Look the imprint up. Its got bupernorphine and naloxone, less of both in each than pills or strips.

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Jennifer Says:
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I don't know too much about them just that tide drs where giving everyone a two week susply free if they wanted yo try them....so idk sweetie but they suk lol

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Liqpluspatchanactiq Says:
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Hey I didn't just come up with that out my ass bruh my dr has me on subutex but he tried awile ago when that girl I new was on hand me a pamphlet on bunavil less naloxone an it's put on your cheek yes got the b,,?? Something on it I will look up write now so basically suboxone but taken Buccal "cheek " an not 4:1 ratio i find picture came n a big square package equal on all sides the pack alot bigger I can't belive more people haven't seen before have hepatitis so I got messed up liver can't take or tolerate naloxone even if had good liver naloxone gave me hives an bad headache I take for pain an addiction subutex two 8mgs a day I will find a picture a the bunavil deff what poster is describing i look up now why on my adhd geniric for dexedrine lol get stuck online anyway lol

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Gina Says:
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Probably comes from a docs office with an in house pharmacy and chemist..my docs office has purple jellies they call um. They as he like wax an just awful

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