Subutex- Wax Squares

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carmen Says:

Not being able to afford a Dr.-a friend of mine sometimes gives me acouple of her subutex.(like suboxone).They come in a pack where you have to punch out each gum.They are square,and see-through purple.The only markings are a line going down,and a line going across.Like this +, so you have 4 little squares.But today when she gave me some, they looked the same,except there was only ONE line down the middle.I don't know why.Is anyone familiar with this drug-and seen them with just the one line down the middle? I cant find an image of subutex wax squares anywhere on-line so far. Thank you.

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Verwon Says:

Are you sure they are Subutex?

It isn't even listed as being available in this type of formulation in the U.S. It is actually only available as an injection, tablets and film sheets that you dissolve in your mouth.


Is the film perhaps what you're talking about?

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StrawDust Says:

I too have seen those. I've usually seen the purple grape cubes but once I've had pink ones. They disolve under the tongue just like the films & they get all melty if you don't keep it in the fridge (or maybe it's just because I live in Florida, which is hot & humid). Anyway, the ones I've seen have 2 lines like a + to cut into quarters. I don't know much about them but they're pretty strong. Some people even shoot them.

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FL girl Says:

Hey there. I was reading your post and have just moved to FL recently and am on Suboxone too. I became dependent on pain meds (OCs) that were WAY too strong for my tall, thin athletic frame after I got hit by a taxi driver and ended up with a permanent injury and suboxone saved my life. The Drs down here want me to wean off Subs after being sober on them for 9& 1/2 yrs! Also, I was recently robbed at a gas station and have been having severe panic attacks. My suboxone dr suggested that I get a phychiatrist in FL to prescribe some type of benzodiazepine that is fast acting like Xanax when the episodes are unbearable, but I have now been to multiple psychiatrists who refuse to prescribe anything and treat me like a drug seeker even though I haven't been on anything g except my thyroid medicine and suboxone for almost a decade! Is there anything or any compassionate Dr that you can suggest anywhere around here? This is a cruel thing to do to people! Thanks for any info....I don't want to give up an amazing job/apartment just because the doctors don't care in this state. I could also use somebody local to talk to. Take care....FL girl

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gigi Says:
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Do they come in yellow? The suboxone cubs?

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bill Says:
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I came across some that are clear and have a mint taste to them. Are these real cause, I don't want to waste my money ,on them. I have heard that pharmacies are out of the strips and they are giving people these so they can get filled easier. Does any one know about these clear squares?I can't find anything on the internet either.

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Jennah Says:
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I recently was given a clear square(wax) or sugar cube looking. Tasted sweet with hint of cinnamon flavor. I've never seen nor heard of these and cannot find em in Internet. I just wanna know that it is suboxone or subutex???

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Tim G Says:
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The clear wax is from a "compound pharmacy " the mix and make there're own drugs on site. It's the same formula except less naloxone . It's called " polyglycol" . They are doing this bc pharmacies cannot keep up with demand in some regions , so this is there're way to outsource . I will try to upload an image online so people can see what they look like . Mine are square and clear wax . Hope this was inform able

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Rominoff Says:
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I've never heard of a mint tasting suboxone ever

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angel Says:
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There are some drs here that prescribe both subs and some kind of nerve pill just call around and ask them they will let you over the phone their are a lot more drs than most think there are here and you can get both from them

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smw Says:
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So what mlg are yours exactly. My doc office offers them now n a lot cheaper with no insurance. You have to go to there pharmacy to get. I get 3 8 mlg strips a day. I saw a pamphlet in the office about subsolve and the mlg was 5.7. So just wondering bout mlg?

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janet Says:

I came dependent on ocs. Are the wax suboxen 8mg or 12 mg

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Boz Says:

Yes they do. Compound Pharmacy's make all colors. If you live in a big city, more then likely there is a Compound Pharmacy. I have only seen the Subutex Gummies, as they are called. Hope this info helps.

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meok15 Says:
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Square (Subutex)
Flat (1/2 Square) Subixone/Throce

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keisha Says:
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What color or the strong ones the 8 mg wax cube

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jennifer Says:

yes! I just got my wax compound in Hoover Alabama. You choose your flavior bannana, bubble gum, fruity tutti ect.... My insurance didnt cover it so i paied 160.00 for 15 cubes. that is a months supply. They are really strong. I got bubble gum I aslo got my xanax from her and any other meds

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clay Says:

Yeah i get yellow suboxone cubes in a blue pack u punch out like gum with the four sqaures they taste like honey they r real but r not close to the real thing i dont beleive but do the job there meant too we dont put them in the fridge though so i bet the meds are evaporating but yes there real

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tim Says:
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Taste like splenda the clear ones do

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sublub Says:

zubsolv is a mint flavored suboxone..5.7-1.4 and i havent seen clear mint ones but the pharmacy probably compounded them on site

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Helton4Life Says:

I have the clear squares they seem to b better than my strips it takes half the amount to get the same affect

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Erock Says:

The subutex you speak of come in trays of thirty. Not sure how much they charge at the pharmacy. Each square is 8mg, unless you leave them in your car on a hot day. Then they might all melt into each other and in that case who knows. I just bring that up because it happened to me today, luckily the tray kept them mostly from leaking out into my car, but in this case you can put them in the freezer until they harden back up. What people are saying about them being stronger is not true, they are 8mg each square and most come with imprinted cut marks to easily break them into quarters or halves. These are my favorites only because I never take more than about a quarter a day and I like breaking them into small chunks. IMHO they taste better than the orange strips. But there is no difference in the MG. They are still 8MG each. They have to be, because they are used as a substitute for the strips.

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