How Long Does Zubsolv Block Opiates (Page 4)

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hollywood Says:
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I took a zubsolv at 6:00am this morning, how long will it block opiates



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Servant Says:
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Yes to all body chemistry is different. I was on Suboxone for one year then due to insurance change switched over to zubsolve. The Suboxone withdraws when coming off was pretty hard and intense for me. However after one month of zubsolve the withdraw effects are very minor. The key that one mentioned before is Will. I put my faith in Jesus Christ even though I've battled this addition for years. He is my Saviour. Christ is the one that gave me the Will to get off this addiction. I am now on my 5th day and the withdraws are not present. I also added into my supplements something called plexus that helps detox my body daily. With this detox daily it helps get all the icky out of your body before you experience it. So my last month was zubsolve and plexus and now I'm being cleansed through my Lord Jesus Christ. I know some of you may be skeptical of my faith. But maybe you should give Him a chance and watch the wonders take place in your lives. Addiction is an epidemic and I pray for all of you who struggle. God bless you all.

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Re: Jennifer (# 3)

I was prescribed 5.7mg three times a day and I’m so tired I sleep all day!

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Re: PureNuggetry (# 46)

I have been an addict for 27yrs and never had anything I couldn’t walk away from til I had an injury that lead me to opiates. I started taking more and more to the point where I just broke down and admitted I couldn’t do it myself. I needed help, but I didn’t wanna live like this anymore. I went to treatment and have been on zubsolv for over 2 yrs. I had 10 yrs clean before that hiccup so I know the difference between REALLY being clean and just not picking up your drug of choice. Anyway, I’m supposed to take 5.7mg of zubsolv twice a day but I don’t. I take 1 every 3 days. By the 3rd day I feel so drained and my body feels achy. I feel like I could just stop taking them but should I? And are the withdrawals gonna increase?

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Re: opioiddependantnomore (# 9)

Abuse is the stem of the blossoming problem no need to name call. Help is what they ask for not to get battered. People as well myself look for an escape from pain why they take painkillers. First don't do drugs if that fails get answers. Learn about it before during and after that helps knowing half the battle yoooo joe

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Jennyfromtheblock231 Says:
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I take zubvolz 5.7 one dily waited 12 hrs did a 8mg dil and felt the full effects

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Michelle Says:
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Re: Jennifer (# 3)

Not sure if anyone answered this question, but today? I had my first Dr Appt with an addiction specialist. He put me on the same dosage ( exact ) and I was feeling terrible as I was trying to wean off of norco Hydocodone. I got the same coupon and it was free for 15 tablets. I went ahead and just took it. No sickness, nothing. Just let it dissolve under your tongoe. Kind of weird, but does work

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Kj Says:
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Re: brenda (# 2)

Not true. Don't take subs for any longer than a week.

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