Rhodes/purdue Buprenorphine Hcl 8mg Rp B8 Vs Roxanne 54 411 (Page 46)

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Goozer Says:
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I have made the switch from the 8mg films to 8mg buprenorphine tablets only. With all the research I've done and experience I do my best to stay away from actavis mylan and nowadays sandoz. I noticed everyone has enjoyed the Roxanne now westward generics amongst hi-tech coming in second/mylan. I have no experience with mylan bup and don't want to take the risk even as mylan has always been a waste imo. I'm not a fan of allergan (actavis) taking over watson so depending on the drug dispenses I most stay away. There are as of now 7 manufacturers of generic buprenorphine hcl 8mg (generic subutex). They are in order of my preferred with not much experience except with brand name:

*roxanne (now westward pharma)- 54 411
*hi tech- 8 ^(arrow)
*mylan- M924
*teva (allergen/activas owned) crooked b 799
*actavis- moon 153
*sun pharma- 460 white round
[And the brand new released generic made by Purdue and distributed by Rhodes Pharmaceuticals the new Rhodes generic]
*RP b8- white round bevelled and pretending edges.

I currently have had a smooth switch to the Roxanne/westward and declined mylan, actavis, teva, hi tech, sun pharma as most research and reviews conclude the Roxanne/westward generics the 54 411 seem to be best reviewed. I was unable to find the Purdue/Rhodes pharma newly released generic RB b8 imprinted generic. All I know is Rhodes and Purdue are professionals in the process of making quality meds and not just quality meds but pain relief medication, as they even were the company to CREATE oxycontin. I was able to come across one image of them on the web and they look very similar to the Roxanne 54 411s in size color and mostly shape except for the rhodes/Purdue ones protrude or kind of pop out on each side beyond the bevelled edges. They look really well made and on one side they have RP and otherside b 8 which the b and 8 are fairly far apart. I have been doing great from switching from brand films to the Roxanne westward 54 411s so far. I'm hoping to get some feedback by next month on these newly released rhodes/Purdue generic buprenorphine hcl 8mg. They are the newest and just released October 2017 and look very shinny and quality made. I'm hoping someone here who has tried both the Roxanne/westward and the new Purdue ones imprinted RP b 8 tablets. I am going to try and have my pharmacy special order the new Rhodes generics made by Purdue again imprinted RP b 8 white round shinny tablets fairly similar to the Roxanne but look better quality imo but do not have much experience with generic just brand and am very well versed on pharma companies and their medicine and their quality each one has.

Has anyone tried these new rhodes/Purdue ones imprinted RP b 8? How would you compare them to the Roxanne 54 411 tablets... I hope for a response or it will be trail and error for me when ordering Rhodes next month if i stay on this route and will see how they compare to the Roxanne/westward but will not be til a month away. Please if you have any experience with these generics and especially the new rhodes/Purdue one let me know. Again I was able to locate only one image of them and they look great. They do not look small like hi tech more like a combined Roxanne and mylan with the shininess and how they pop out on each side..they look a little larger like the mylan and Roxanne not small like hi tech or teva or activas they are round tablet imprints RP b8 with b and 8 fairly far apart. Any feedback would be great and I would want to switch to rhodes/Purdue from roxanne (now westward being a factor) generics as they make quality are new just released and approved this year 2017 of October and no one how even mentioned them yet that I can find. With westward buying out Roxanne and them making changes a new generic made by Purdue may be just the one we have been waiting for and needing..again on the 54 411 ones now and looking for feedback on the new Purdue Rhodes ones and if the switch from Roxanne westward to rhodes/Purdue would be better maybe with better quality as they have always been a great and reputable company who makes outstanding drugs. Any feedback would be great.



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goozer Says:
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Re: bobby (# 898)

Honestly rhodes and the rhodes they are all the same. Just depends which manufacturer has more bup. Besides that they all have the same ingredients I've learned.

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goozer Says:
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Re: Scally (# 889)

Exactly! I'm back and they actually do still make the old teva/barr tabs, just very rare. I called and asked teva. They distribute both but mostly their version. Any questions im back feel free to ask.

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PLFT Says:

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Oh and btw the white Xanax suck so bad. They just make me extremely tired. Nothing else. I just needed help with anxiety, not to live my life in a coma! Wish they would quit f-ing around and changing up everything!

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Bill Says:
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I started getting the Roxanne subutex and they have always worked but it’s been a few years. Take your meds right.

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Thebenzolife Says:
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To the person who got the 54 211 Buprenorphine is still around but they come In the original manufacturer bottle and everytime I get em. There is one perfectly In half. Every bottle I’ve ever got. I don’t have a problem w em cuz I get 60 pills everytime, because I count.

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goozer Says:
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Re: PLFT (# 903)

Lol rhe white xanax is same as hrand name brother so that's a in your head thing

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Re: goozer (# 905)

So the white bars are the same as non generic Xanax? I was taking the yellow generic ones until this month when they switched me. Thanks.

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PLFT Says:
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I don’t know if this will help but I was on the orange footballs for years then they switched me to the Rhodes. I actually get them in the pharmaceutical bottle that they come in. They seem to work fine for me but just taste bad. I get two 30 pill bottles a month but I don’t take them all. I do 1 - 1 1/2 a day and just keep the rest because I’m always afraid of something happening/going wrong and I never ever want to be dopesick again in life or to have to use H again. I just need to get off the Xanax I take so I have been tapering down. They are much harder. I was wondering, did all you guys start with suboxone, then switch to subutex? Thank you.

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Colleen Says:
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My brother is convinced the RPs are better than the 54s.

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PLFT Says:
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Re: goozer (# 906)

Hey I looked it up and they are made by greenstone which are the “ real” Xanax makers. You know your sh&t!:) thanks.

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Re: Jenb (# 4)

Rhodes are superior to 54 411s by far!

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