Pink Pill 56 Can You Inject Them

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Pink Pill K 56
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Can these pink pills with print k | 56 be taken via injection? ## The effectiveness of any medication can vary from person to person whether their an addict or not. It is really not safe to try to break down any medication and inject it, which isn't intended to be used that way. Tablets contain fillers and not all of them are meant to be broken down by the human body, normally they are just expelled in your waste. When you break down the tablet and inject it, you are putting these fillers into your body in a manner in which it cannot process them out. This creates the risk of blockages, which could result in stroke or embolism. If you haven't done so already, I definitely would consider seeking help so you can get off of these dangerous drugs. I know this may not be what you wan... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Stroke.
Wed, Jun 17 '15, 8:14 PM
oxycodone hydrochloride K 56
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what's the rundown on these? iv possible? never seen before, small , pink,round ## I have no idea whether IV is possible with these, but I've been told by a friend in med school that snorting, smoking, ect is completely pointless because these are immediate release. They will not hit you any harder. ## they are snort-able, shoot-able (IV/IM/peritoneally), shove-able (buttplugging), smoke-able, and swallow-able (the 5 S's). the only "safe" way is to eat them as prescribed, but you can sniff them for a higher bio-availability (less drug is wasted). They are also bangable (inject), though this is the most intense and addictive method; physically AND mentally. And as far as instant release being the same, your friend will be among the other 98% of med school graduates wh... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Oxycodone.
Tue, Jul 17 '12, 1:02 PM

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