Suboxone Is Government Conspiracy

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JAY Says:

i took methadone in the early 90's they work the same as suboxone, by stopping up your opioid receptors, i believe it is a plan of thr government to make it permenant, after long use they not only plug your opioid receptors, they actually damage them so they do not work anymore. I have not been using opioids since 1992 after 6 months after taking methadone, its the government trying to "FIX" US, I PROMINSE THAT. AFTER 6 MONTHS OF TAKING A INHIBITOR I NO LONGER GET RELIEF FROM NARCOTICS, XANAX IS THE ONLY THING THAT HELPS ME.

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I believe there is a major conspiracy. After taking straight buprenorphine injections for five years I had no pain worked had no depression and felt great. All of a sudden there was a fake shortage, no generics and compounding pharmacies put out of business. When it become available there was a 500% increase. Makes no sense unless the govt.was involved. I was forced to use suboxone. After only a few months I had to stop taking it. When I had an injury after that I was prescribed opiates. Simply put, they could not work. Why? Receptor manipulation in the brain at opiate sites,nanotechnology, like they're doing with all these free vaccines. People beware, the govt. Is changing and manipulating society to their specifications.

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