Suboxone To Help With Mojo Spice (synthetic Marijuana) Addiction

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gina Says:
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Does suboxone help to treat mojo and spice addiction? My son smokes mojo daily and cannot kick it. I've been on suboxone for years to help my pain pill issue and it has worked very well for me.


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KnoxvilleJosh Says:
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No! Suboxone is for opioid drugs like morphine or oxycodone. Your suboxone dependence will be a far bigger burden to carry even though it's safer than spice as far as overdosing. I would recommend using real marijuana to kick the spice and perhaps ask the Dr if it's safe to take a benzo like valium for the nerve withdrawals but only for a short time. Only as needed. Then just wean down and kick the marijuana. If you want to kick the mj but can't, seek a support group like NA. Real marijuana has no physical dependence just psychological.

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